Roulette, also known as Roulette, is a popular game for many casinos around the world 

Roulette has clear rules of the game, just to learn the rules of the game and to grasp common words, players have a big advantage on the path to victory. 

Roulette has a relatively long history of growth, along with many variants and different rules of the game to fit the tastes of each country. The game of Roulette is said to have existed for the first time in the eighteenth century, but it was not until the nineteenth century that the invention of the Roulette table had just a zero of the two Blanc brothers in France that legally took Roulette back. It should reign and retain its status as one of the most enticing casino games to this day.

Since the arrival of the Roulette wheel, which had a special zero to minimize house odds by 2.7%, the game spread rapidly to Germany and then to all of Europe. In 1863, the Blanc brothers established a casino in Monte Carlo, where Roulette was the dominant activity. In the twentieth century, Roulette was brought to the United States and within a brief period, captured the love of the flag country’s people.

The reason Roulette has such a broad appeal is that the rules are very simple: Roulette players can bet a single number or several numbers, in red, black or even parity, or a high number group (19-36) and a low number group (1-18). The Roulette table is filled with chips in the betting place. 

The game is determined by the number and color of the win depending on the croupier turning in a set direction. Next the ball bounces in the reverse direction, around the oval groove of the Roulette wheel. Gradually, the ball ceases inertia, dropping inside the wheel, stopping at one of the numbers in the colored frame.