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Do you know all the Roulette Glossary? (part 1)

American Roulette: this roulette variation consists of how to deposit at 188bet a roulette wheel that instead of 37 slots (0 plus 36 numbers) like standard roulette, it has 38 numbers that go from 0 to 36 with the addition of a double zero (00) slot, thus increasing the house edge. More information on American Roulette here.

Backtrack: or often called ball track is the rim of the roulette wheel located on the outer side. This is the part where the ball rolls while the wheel spins.

Biased Numbers: roulette outcomes that result with the same numbers over and over again on wheels that are called biased wheels.

Biased Wheel: this is a defective roulette wheel that has defective probabilities giving out same numbers more frequently than it should.

Big Number: an indication for a biased number when a number comes out more often than the probability would allow.

Black Bet: betting that the outcome will be a number with black color.

Block Betting: betting on a specific set of numbers as part of a strategy.

Bottom Track: this is the area inside the wheel that is slanted towards the numbers shaped bit like a cone, from which the ball bounces before settling in a slot.

Call Bets: these bets are common for European and French roulette. There are five types of call bets: Orphans split, Full Orphans, Tiers du Cylindre, Voisins du Zero (neighbors of zero), and Voisins du Nombre (number neighbors).

Carre: French for ‘corner bet’.

Chameleon Strategy: when a player tries to imitate the betting pattern of another player in order to repeat his success is called a ‘chameleon strategy’.

Chasing Loses: when someone tells you “not to chase your losses” he means that you are increasing your bets in order to get back the money that you have gambled Playing Sicbo at 188bet away. This is the worst recuperation a player could make, because he ends up losing more.

Cheval: French word for ‘split bet’.

Chip Tray: the place where the chips are held on the table.

Column Bet: when a player bets on one of three columns consisted of different sets of numbers.

Corner Bet: when a player places a chip on the corner of four numbers on the roulette table, he is making a corner bet by betting on all four numbers.

Croupier: the same as a dealer that operates a card table, only that the croupier is responsible for running the roulette table.

Dozen Bet: in roulette there are three groups of dozen numbers each, from 1 to 12, from 13-24 and from 25 to 36. Betting on any of these groups is called a ‘dozen bet’.

En Plain: French for straight bet.

En Prison Rule: a rule mostly available in European roulette when an outside bet has been made. If during the bet the ball falls in 0, the player is returned half of his bet, while the ball is held for another spin. This additional spin is with a considerably lower edge.

European Roulette: this is a roulette variation with a wheel consisting of the standard numbers from 0 to 36, without the double zero found in American roulette. European roulette has considerably lower house edge because of this. More information on European Roulette here.

Even Bet: betting that the outcome will be an even number.

Fibonacci Betting System: a popular system for placing bets based on a progressive numbers combination.

Five Number Bet: also known as Top Line Bet and it is a bet 188bet promotion where you play five different numbers at the same time: 0, 00, 1, 2 and 3. As you can notice it is played in American roulette.
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