Roulette wheel arrangement

Roulette and its series

A roulette wheel is divided into several areas. These areas again are divided into several sectors and those increase the mathematical probability in order to keep the win / lose permanently in balance.   In the next section you can find out how those individual games exactly look like. 

Due to the arrangement of the roulette wheel there are basically four sections that are covered. That allows the player to focus on a specific section in a certain area. Because of the amount of chips that is required, the odds of winning are optimized by a third up to 50%.


How the single series work

The big series

In this game the player covers half the roulette wheel with 18 pieces and therefore optimizes he chance of winning by almost 50%. In our roulette wheel series is called “Voisins du Zero” and comes from French roulette.

The roulette table looks as follows:

0/2/3 0/2/3 (2 Jetons), 4/7, 12/15, 18/21, 19/22 (1 Jeton each), 25/29, (2 Jetons), 32/35 (1 Jetons) 9 Jetons, (17 numbers)

The small series

Is played with 6 pieces and covers 12 numbers in the roulette wheel. The chance of winning therefore is at a third. In this series the win would be 3/1.

The roulette table looks as follows:

5/8 , 10/11 , 13/16 , 23/24 , 27/30 , 33/36 , 6 Jetons  (12 numbers)



A game that can be played, depending on the bet, with 5 or 8 pieces. If the player wants to play with 8 pieces, the chance of winning is increased by 100% as the player plays the whole numbers only.

The roulette table looks as follows:

5 Jetons 1, 6/9, 14/17, 17/20, 31/34, (8 numbers). In this example, the blue pieces show you the bet if you were to play the whole numbers. 



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