How to Play Roulette – Straight Up Bets & Zero Bets

How to Play Roulette – Straight Up Bets & Zero Bets


The highest risk, the highest return in Roulette
is the En Plein or the Straight Up. It’s when
you place your chip on just one number. You’re
not limited to betting on one number at a
time, you can maybe do a selection of different
numbers in Straight Up Bets like this. If
you find the winning chip, if you find the
winning result, a Straight Up there, just
like that. If it was the number 8, we’ll pay
you odds of 35/1. As an example, if this chip
was a £5 or a 5 Euro chip, the £5 bet would
return you 175 at 35/1 odds. It’s the most
risky bet, it’s the most rewarding bet, getting
a Straight Up is a really really good one
your E-wallet.
In Roulette, people quite often forget the
green number on the wheel, the odd one out,
the zero. Now, you get paid the same. It’s
a very very commonly asked question, “How
much do you get paid for the zero? “Exactly
the same as all of the other numbers. If you
bet on the zero like that, Straight Up, and
En Plein, 35/1 odds, just like every other
number on the Roulette Wheel. Altogether,
there are seven different ways to play the
zero. Let’s run through them briefly so you
know your options. You can play the zero Straight
Up like that, you can play three different
Chavals or Splits, here they are. 0-1, 0-2,or
0-3. They’re all 17/1 returns betting two
numbers, 0-1, 0-2, 0-3.There’s a nice little
way of playing three numbers here, on the
T-junction, Let’s have a good look at them.
0-1-2, this one here is 0-2-3. 11/1, it’s
like a Street placement. The last one of the
seven different placements here, is that lovely
little one, the Zero Corner, the first four,0,
1, 2 and 3. It’s the least risky way of playing
the zero, it return’s you 8/1 chips and it’s
a first four bet. 0, 1, 2 and 3. So all together,
seven different ways of playing the zero.
It’s not necessarily the house number, you
can have a very very big win yourself on the
zero with one of these seven different chip
placements on the zero.

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