Roulette Table Layout
Information about the Table
The Roulette table is designed with the numbers positioned in three columns, not including 0 and 00. Each column of the roulette table consists of twelve numbers, with the first row being 1,2,3 and the second row - 4,5,6 and continues up to 34, 35, and 36.
The table's other sections denote additional betting strategies. Betting is broken down on into two major categories on the roulette table, inside bets and outside bets. There is no limit to the number of bets one can place on the table.
Table Layout: Winning Ball and Marker
Once the ball has finally landed in a numbered slot on the roulette wheel, the croupier clearly announces the winning number, together with its colour and whether it is an odd or even number.
To clarify this further, a marker is placed on the roulette table, directly on top of the winning number, and possibly on top of any winning chips on this number. When the marker, also often referred to as the 'roulette dolly', has been placed on the table, the losing chips around this number are all cleared away, to identify the winning bets / casino chips.
If any winning bets are accidentally cleared away by the croupier, the current casino inspector is called to rectify the situation. All bets are recorded and players can therefore be sure to have any valid claims paid out.