Roulette, a favorite numbers game where the wheel goes round and round is embraced with enthusiasm worldwide. Before the bouncing ball lands on your number, let’s take a quick look at a Roulette glossary with a French accent.
American Wheel: Roulette with 38 slots numbered 1 to 36 and two zeros, 0 and 00.
European Wheel: Roulette with 37 slots numbered 1 to 36 and one zero, 0.
A large part of the excitement in this game is the varied number of wagering options.
Straight Up: One number only.
Split: 2 neighboring numbers
Row/Street: 3 numbers in a row
Double Row: 6 numbers in 2 rows
Corner: 4 contiguous numbers
Column: 12 numbers in a column
Dozen: 1st 12, 2nd 12 or 3rd 12
Red or Black
Odd or Even
1 to 18 or 19 to 36
Now for the French accent.
En plein: French for Straight up bet.
Transversale: French for Street bet.
Carré: French for Corner bet.
Cheval - French for Split bet.
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