Roulette can be played with either "Cash Chips" or "Colour Chips". Colour chips which have no value printed on them are simply given to distinguish your chips from other players to avoid confusion. Nobody else will be using your colour whilst you are playing with them.
These colour chips may not be played on another table and the values are normally the minimum displayed above the table, unless you state otherwise. At the commencement of play, between two spins, put cash chips or money at the table and simply tell the croupier what you would like for example "Colour Please". When you finish and want to cash in the chips, all you do is tell the croupier "Cash in please", pointing to your chips. The croupier will take your colour chips, count them in stacks and give you Cash Chips for them. These cash chips can be exchanged at the Cash Desk for cash, or used on any other table.
When playing Roulette, you may place bets on any number or combination of numbers, on red or black, on odd or even. high or low, columns or dozens.
The wheel contains 37 numbers – 18 red, 18 black, and 0 (zero), which is coloured green. The croupier spins the wheel in one direction while spinning the ball in the opposite direction. Where the ball ends up is pure chance, and that`s what makes the game so exciting.
The best way of illustrting the betting system is by way of `one chip` as follows: