Roulette is a gambling game often played in casinos or online, it is a game of luck so requires no skill to play, one interesting fact not many people are aware of is that the history of the game goes back to the 17th century.
The game is a simple one, learing the odds is easy as roulette is a game with fixed odds. The betting starts with players placing their bets before the croupier sets the wheel spinning in one direction and a small ball in the opposite direction. The ball eventually falls on to the wheel and then into one of the numbered coloured pockets on the wheel.
To win at roulette the player needs to predict which number pocket or which colour the ball will land in after each spin, there are also a number of other bets a player can take up such as which line or which third of the betting board the winning number will be located on. You may also bet whether you think the ball will land on a red or black number or if the number will be odd or even numbers which have a 50% chance of winning.
There is no certain way to predict the where the ball will land, and in roulette there is always a 1/37 chance of the ball landing on a certain number. The unpredictability of each result makes the game interesting and enjoyable. Remember with live roulette shows the games are as real as it gets and can be watched in real time as they happen.
Games of live roulette TV are played by multiple players online from all over the UK, they can be viewed online 7 days a week and even seen on freeview and sky channels. The rush of adrenalin as the excitement builds up when a player begins a winning streak is something that cannot be experienced by anyone who plays this on a virtual wheel. There are times when the tiny little live roulette ball can loop around the wheel more than 30 times before it eventually finds a slot to settle in making the air around the roulette table even tenser. It has even been known to bounce out of the wheel once or twice, live roulette TV certainly keeps the action exciting and moving.