Montecarlo Rules

The name Roulette comes from the French word “small wheel”. The variations of wheeled games have been used for millennia. Some legends tell that the Roman soldiers overturned their carts to play on the cartwheel to use as a revolving wheel and have fun, while other legends want the spinning wheel to be brought by monks from China in the Middle Ages. popular in Europe during the 18th and 19th centuries, especially in France and Monte Carlo.
Today, the roulette wheel is probably the internationally recognized symbol of the elegance, fun and prestige of high-class casinos.

The American roulette wheel is divided into 38 equal spaces numbered 0, 00 and 1 to 36. The zero spaces are green while the others are red or black. The balanced wheel, normally made of wood, turns on itself. The dealer turns the wheel in one direction and throws an ivory ball in the opposite direction on the inside of the roulette wheel, where he spins several times before stopping. After the ball has lost its speed, it falls inside one of the spaces. Lastly, you can jump from space to space until you are still in a single place to finish that roulette wheel.

The fascinating part of the game comes from the number of possible bets and the excitement and anticipation of watching the ball fall into one of the spaces.

For playing:

Players bet against the house by placing the chips on the different boxes on the table.

The “Spin” button becomes active only after a bet has been placed. The “Re-Bet” button will place the previous bet. Once the player finishes placing the bets, he can click SPIN to start the game. The winning number is the number contained in the box where the ball falls.