Roulette is played on a table, consisting of a cylinder composed of 37 squares numbered from 0 to 36 and a conveyor for receiving bets, representing 37 numbers and additional boxes as we will see later. It must not be forgotten that the ball will be sent into the cylinder to allow it to stop in a box to select a number.
To start the game, a croupier announces "Place your bets", which will mean that players can place their bets on the table. Once everyone has played, the dealer announces "nothing works" and sends the ball into the cylinder.
At this time, on some tables latecomers can still play very quickly because it is often tolerated (but be aware that it may be refused by the head of the table). By cons, it is imperative not to bet after the dealer has announced "No more bets".
Once the ball is stopped in one of the 37 slots, the croupier announces the number released and the three equality groups to which it belongs (we'll equalities a little lower). It is now that payments begin based on each set of roulette.
It is for this reason that U.S. players have paid less attention to this game, unlike in where roulette was popular with players casinos because it embodies the charm and seduction. Originally roulette is played with 20 cards and the deck contained 4 aces, 4 kings, 4 queens, 4 jacks and 4 tens.