When it comes to betting on roulette you have quite a few different options. Each of the options offer different payouts based on the odds of selecting correctly. You can combine any number of the bets on a single spin which gives you more ways to win but obviously costs more per spin.
Straight Up (Pays 35 to 1)
A bet placed on an individual number. In the example on the right there is a £10 bet on number 5. To win the ball must land on the selected number.
Split Bet (Pays 17 to 1)
A bet placed on the line between two numbers. In this example we have a £10 chip placed between 19 and 20. This bet wins if the ball lands on either number.
Street Bet (Pays 11 to 1)
A bet placed at the end of a row. In this example the £10 bet covers 10, 11 and 12. Wins if the ball lands on any of the three numbers. Does not include the First 12 section.
Corner Bet (Pays 8 to 1)
A bet placed on the intersection of four numbers. In this example there is a £10 chip covering 17, 18, 20 and 21. Wins if the ball lands on any of the four numbers.
Six Line or Line Bet (Pays 5 to 1)
A bet placed on the intersection of two rows. In the example we have £10 chip covering 25, 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30. Wins if the ball lands on any of the six numbers.
Column Bet (Pays 2 to 1)
A bet placed at the end of a column of numbers. In the example the bet covers 1, 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 25, 28, 31 and 34. Covers one third of the numbers and pays 2 to 1.
Dozen Bet (Pays 2 to 1)
A bet placed on either the 1st, 2nd or 3rd dozen numbers. In the example you have a £10 bet on the second dozen which covers all of the numbers from 13 to 24.
Red / Black (Pays 1 to 1)
A bet placed on either the red or black spot on the table. In the example on the right we have a £10 bet on red. This bet wins if the ball lands on a red number.
Even / Odd (Pays 1 to 1)
A bet placed on either the Even or Odd spot on the table. This example shows a bet on the Odd section. Wins if the ball lands on an odd number (Does not cover zero).
High / Low or 1st 18 / 2nd 18 (Pays 1 to 1)
A bet placed on either the High or Low or the 1st 18 / 2nd 18 position. In the example we have £10 on 1st 18. Covers half of the numbers and pays 1 to 1. Does not cover zero
There you have it - all of the different bets in an easy to learn format. Remember that when you play online you can choose to try out the games for free in guest mode. This means you can learn all of the ins and outs before you risk any of your own money.