Roulette! 


The Casinos in Nepal use
the American Roulette wheel, having 36 numbered
pockets and one marked single zero. The wheel is
spun anti–clockwise and the ball is spun
clockwise. 
Hence, the wheel and
the ball move in different directions. Chips of special
colors are assigned to each player to avoid confusion.
After the play the chips must be cashed with the dealer
at the roulette table, for the chips have no money value
elsewhere.
Bets are good for one spin only and
you can place bets till the 'croupier' signals "no
more bets  rings a bell". The 'croupier' places the
marker on the winning number when the ball comes to a
rest.
Bets can be placed on any number or
combination of numbers on the roulette table. Different
bets pay in different ways.
 Bets placed on single
"0" or single numbers pay 35 to 1.
 Bets on two numbers
or split pay 17 to 1.
 Bets on three numbers
across, e.g. 13, 14, 15 or 16, 17, 18 pay 11 to
1.
 Bets on four joining
numbers, e.g. 22, 23, 25, 26 pay 8 to 1.
 Bets on six numbers,
e.g. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15
pay 5 to 1.
 Bets on each column
of 12 numbers, e.g. 1, 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 19, 22,
25, 28, 31, 34 pay 2 to 1. Bets on a section or
12 numbers, e.g. 1–12, 13–24 or
25–36 pay 2 to 1.
 The above mentioned
bets are the inside bets, which means that the
player is betting from the numbers on the wheel.
 Outside bets are
placed on the outside edges of the table, having
combinations like odd numbers, even numbers,
black, red, etc. For example, odd covers all the
18 odds and even covers all the 18 evens and so
on. These pay 1 to 1.
Once you know the rules, it is up
to you to try your luck at one number, aiming at a higher
profit margin, or on other bets paying less but having
better odds at winning.
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