What is Roullete?

Roullete is a roulette variant that originated in France. Its objective is to correctly guess a number on numbered spots. The game is played individually or as a team. The best rule for playing Roullete is to choose the best table, bet wisely, and follow the odds.

French roulette

While playing French roulette, you can make both individual and group bets on numbers. As with other roulette games, you may also make a Finale bet, which involves betting on all numbers ending in a certain number. This bet can be very lucrative, but you should be aware of the associated risks.

One of the advantages of French roulette is the La Partage rule, which allows you to get half of your bet back if the ball lands on the number zero. This reduces the house edge to just 1.35 percent. It is also important to remember that French Roulette has its own unique rules and variations. It is recommended that you try playing it first before settling on a strategy.

House edge

The house edge of roulette is the percentage of your bet that is lost to the house. This percentage is typically seven percent for a five-number bet, and it can be as low as two percent if you place bets on even-money numbers instead of odd-or-even. There are strategies that you can use to reduce the house edge.

The house edge is calculated using the expectation of winning or losing on a number. This is the percentage that you are likely to win or lose in the long run. This number is then multiplied by the number you bet on. This calculation is fairly simple and can be best explained with an example.


The Rules of Roullete are a set of rules governing the game of roulette. These rules differ for different types of roulette games. Some are used only in certain styles of roulette, while others apply to all roulette games. For example, the French rule only applies to roulette bets placed on outside sections of even money, such as red/black, odd/even, and high/low. If you bet on an outside section, and the winning number comes up, your bet is considered ‘en prison’ until the next spin. When the next spin comes, your winning bet will be returned in full.


The origin of the game of roulette is not completely clear, but it is thought to have originated in France. The name roulette comes from French and means “little wheel.” It was introduced to the French aristocracy in the 18th century, and it is still a popular game in the modern world. In its early years, roulette was played with a black and red wheel with an even/odd marking.

The game of roulette as we know it today was invented in Paris, France, in the 1790s. The game was first described in a novel written in the same period. This novel, La Roulette, ou Histoire d’un Joueur, describes the early stages of the game. According to the novel, the early game of roulette was popular among France’s upper class. During the pre-revolutionary era, aristocrats would gather in gilded gaming parlors to play the game.