How To Deal Roulette

How do you deal Roulette? The game is a classic at casinos. It is traditionally slow-paced gambling. Part of the appeal is that the game is easy to understand. Once you know the basics, you will be a Roulette master. If you wish to work in a casino, becoming a Roulette dealer can be fun and rewarding. By following these easy steps, you can deal your own game of Roulette for your friends.

In order to deal Roulette, you will need:

  • Roulette wheel
  • Chips
  1. Know the wheel. The Roulette wheel consists of 38 numbers. The numbers begin at double zero and go up to 36. The numbers on the wheel are colored, either red or black. There are 18 of each color. The zero and double zero are green.
  2. If you are going to deal Roulette, you must give each approaching player a chip. Each player receives a different color chip. The dollar chip is the most common, but the player will notify the dealer of the value they wish their chip to be. The players will place their bets on the table coded to match the wheel.
  3. Spin the wheel. The Roulette wheel ball spins around the edge of the wheel. Announce "no more bets" before the ball drops into a numbered slot. The ball will drop into one of the slots.
  4. Place a marker on the number that the ball dropped into. Collect the losing bets. After collecting the losing bets from the table, pay the winner or winners. Exchange the Roulette chips back to casino chips.



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