The classic roulette bets coupled with the variety of inside and outside bets, in European roulette, there are a lot of traditional bets on a combination of numbers, which are often located in different parts of the roulette wheel. More often, these bets are called “Call Bets,” but if we are striving to be more accurate, we may call them “announced bets.”
There is a legal distinction between announced bets and call bets. The call bet represents a bet called by a player (any player) without him/her placing any money on the roulette table to cover the bet’s total cost.
An announced bet is called by any player seated at the classic roulette table, while the player instantly covers its cost before the outcome of the spin in progress becomes known to the players.
On the flip side, in some countries, most especially in the United Kingdom, for instance, these bets belong to the so-called “gambling on credit” category, but it’s not legal in some part of the world.
Each unique combination of numbers has its name and also covers a specific section of the roulette wheel. Players may place bets on a set a multiple of this amount or an amount per combination. The combination determined by the particular numbers, which are located next to each other on the wheel. Several combinations are to be highlighted.
Les Voisins du zero (or Neighnours of zero)
The bet features the 17 numbers that are located between 22 and 25 on the single zero wheels, including the two. The number includes: 0, 2, 19, 21, 22, 25, 3, 4, 26, 28, 29, 32, 35, 7, 12, 15, 18.
The following bets, using nine chips, can be placed: two chips as a split bet right at the intersection of the 0,2 as well as 3;5 chips as split bets placed between four and seven, twelve, twenty-one, nineteen and twenty-two, and 35; two chips as a corner bet on the twenty-five, twenty-six, twenty-eight, and twenty-nine.
Le tiers du cylinder (Thirds of the wheel)
The name refers to a bet that features the 12 numbers found on the opposite sides of the single-zero wheel right between 33 and 27, with the inclusion of the two. The number series include: 27, 13, 36, 11, 30, 8, 23, 10, 5, 24, 16, 33. The bet is far more popular the Les Voisins du zero bet, for example at casinos in the United Kingdom – mougle.com.
The Les Orphelins is a type of bet that features numbers. It’s known to belong neither to the “thirds of the wheel,” nor to the “neighbours of zero.” In this case, we’ve got eight numbers, which comprise two different sections of the wheel – with the first being (17, 34, 6) and the second (1, 20, 14, 31, 9).
Jeu Zero (Zero game)
The Zero Game is quite popular in Germany and other European casinos. It also features the numbers, which are closest to 0. Every number in the zero games are featured in the neighbours of zero. Which is a more significant series but are placed in a different