Roulette table layout



European Roulette Layout


There are a number of different layouts for different roulette tables around the world.


Some of the different types include:


American Roulette usually refers to a double zero table but not necessarily as the term "American roulette" can mean different things in different places.

American Roulette in more popular terms refers to the double zero game where at the top of the layout there are 2 zero numbers, as single zero and a double zero. On the roulette wheel, The order of numbers is not the same as European or French roulette wheel.
European Roulette, generally refers to a single zero game indpendent of the table layout.

French Roulette is a single zero game but the it is easily spotted as the table is much wider and there are usually three people operating it inclusing 2 people with sticks who manage the chips.

English Roulette is used by the French and describes an American Roulette with a single zero.


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The above image shows the layout of a European roulette table which has a total of 37 numbers including one single zero(0). The American roulette table layout has a total of 38 numbers and includes an extra zero, the double zero(00).


The table layout is split into 3 section:

1. The main roulette number layout which includes the numbers from 0 to 36 (European) and 00, 0 to 36 (American)

2. The right outside roulette bet section which includes 1 to 18 and 19 to 36, red and black, odd and even and the 1st, 2nd and 3rd groups.

3. The bottom outside bet section which has the 1st, 2nd and 3rd column bets.

4. There is also a section of the layout that is used by the dealer to place neighbours and other call bets.



The Roulette Spin

What you will notice is that the dealer spins the ball in opposite directions while alternating every spin. The spin also has to have a certain amount of speed otherwise a "no spin" is called.