Take the fast track! If you like placing number and neighbour bets in Roulette, try our Racetrack Roulette! It has a racetrack that simplifies number and neighbour bets.
The game rules and logic are the same as in French Roulette but the Roulette table has an additional racetrack. In addition to the standard Roulette table layout with the numbers 1 to 36, there is a racetrack.
Its numbers are laid out exactly like the ones on the Roulette wheel.
Racetrack Roulette eliminates the search for neighbour bets on the Roulette wheel and the subsequent placing of chips on the Roulette table. You simply place the chips on the adjacent numbers of your choice on the “racetrack” – and you’re done! This avoids placement errors.
You can play Racetrack Roulette with up to three other players. Or, you can play Racetrack Roulette at private table if you wish.
The racetrack offers an alternative way of placing chips on the Roulette table. By selecting a chip value and clicking on the fields of the racetrack, the chips are placed on the regular bet area of the table. The racetrack facilitates neighbour bets. Neighbour bets cover numbers located next to each other on the Roulette wheel and thus numbers located next to each other on the racetrack.
The racetrack also includes fields for four different announce bets. By selecting a chip value and clicking on one of the announce bet fields, a number of chips of the selected value are placed on the ordinary bet area on the table, in accordance with the announce bet made.
There are the following announce bets:
|Designation ||Cost || Distribution |
|Series 0/2/ ||9 chips ||0/2/3 (2 chips), 4/7, 12/15, 18/21, 19/22, 25/26/28/29 (2 chips), 32/35 |
|Series 5/8 ||6 chips ||5/8, 10/11, 13/16, 23/24, 27/30, 33/36 |
|Orphelins ||5 chips ||1, 6/9, 14/17, 17/20, 31/34 |
|Zero ||4 chips ||0/3, 12/15, 26, 32/35 |
The numbers in parentheses refer to the key numbers on the Roulette table above.
1. Plein (Straight up)
A chip can be wagered on any individual number, including zero (0). The chip is placed directly on the individual number.
2. Cheval (Split bet)
A chip can be wagered on any two adjacent numbers, by placing the chip on the line dividing the two numbers. Note that a chip can also be placed on the line dividing zero (0) and 1, 2 and 3.
3. Transversale pleine (Street bet)
Street bets cover three numbers. The chip is placed on the outer boundary line of the Roulette table, next to the corresponding row of three numbers. Note that street bets can also be placed on 0, 1 and 2, or on 0, 2 and 3.
4. Carré (Corner bet)
Corner bets cover four numbers. The chip is placed on the cross where the four numbers intersect. You may also wager on 0, 1, 2 and 3 by placing the chip on the upper right boundary line of the Roulette table between 0 and 3.
5. Transversale simple (Line bet)
A line bet covers two street bets, i.e. six different numbers in two rows of three numbers. The chip is placed on the outer boundary line of the Roulette table, where the line dividing the two rows intersects.
6. Column bet
On the short side of the Roulette table there are three unmarked boxes. By placing your chip in one of these boxes, you mark all twelve numbers above it (excluding 0).
7. Dozen bet
You can bet on a group of twelve numbers by placing your chip in one of the three boxes marked “P12” (equivalent to 1st 12), “M12” (equivalent to 2nd 12) and “D12” (equivalent to 3rd 12).
8. A bet placed on one of these boxes covers half of the Roulette table numbers (excluding zero). Each box covers 18 numbers.
Red/Black, Even/Odd and Low/High Bets
A bet placed in one of these boxes covers half of the Roulette table numbers (excluding 0). Each box covers 18 numbers.
Place bet in the box with red or black symbol.
Place bet in the box marked PAIR (even) or IMPAIR (odd).
Place bet in the box marked MANQUE (1-18) or PASSE (19-36).