7.  RANDOM NUMBER GENERATED ROULETTE 
7.1  Introduction to single zero roulette 

Single zero roulette is played by spinning a ball on a round wheel with thirty seven numbered slots. The object of the game is to predict where the ball will come to rest in the spinning wheel. There are 37 individually numbered sections in the wheel, labelled with the numbers 036. Bets can be placed on any one of these 37 numbers or on various groups of numbers displayed on the table. By predicting the right number, you earn a return on your bet. The size of the payoff depends on how the bet was placed. 

7.2  Participation instructions 

The Player’s chips are stacked by denomination at the bottom left of the game window. To place a bet, the Player must move the cursor to the pictures of the chips and leftclick the chip value that they want to use. The Player must then move the cursor to the positions on the table layout that they want to place bets and leftclick in each of those positions. The system will not let the Player place a chip unless it is a valid bet position. Chips will automatically appear underneath the cursor. The bet amount will also appear at the top of the window. Each leftclick with the cursor in the same position will increase the bet by one chip of the same value, up to the maximum bet for that position. If the Player wants to change to a different chip value, they must move the cursor back to the pictures of the chips at the lower left corner of the game window on the screen and leftclick on the new chip value that they want to use. Then move the cursor back to the table layout and leftclick as before to place bets. To replace the same bets as made for the previous spin, leftclick the same BETS button. To remove all bets from the table layout, leftclick the CLEAR BETS button. 

7.3  Bet Options 

Depending on where the Player chooses to place their chips, they can bet on anywhere from one to eighteen numbers with a single bet. The Player can place eight different kinds of bets on the Single Player European Roulette table. Each type of bet covers a certain range of numbers, and each type has its own payoff rate. The short lines of three numbers each are called rows on the Board, while the longer lines, each holding twelve, are called Columns. The first five types of bets are all made on the numbered space or on the lines between them and are called Inside Bets, while the last three types are made on the special boxes located around the edge of the Board and are called Outside Bets. These bets are tabulated below: The table is laid out in a 12 x 3 grid that includes all of the 36 red and black numbers that appear on the wheel, together with 0 at the top of the layout. The Player can place chips in any of the betting positions as described below. A StraightUp bet is a bet on one selected number winning. There are 37 possible StraightUp bets. The bet is placed within the square of any specific number. If the ball comes to rest in that number in the wheel, this bet wins. If the ball comes to rest in any other number in the wheel, this bet loses. A Split bet is a bet on one of two selected numbers winning. There are 60 possible Split bets. The numbers must be adjacent on the table layout, and not on a diagonal. The bet is placed on a line that borders the square of any two adjacent numbers. If the ball comes to rest in either of the two numbers, this bet wins. If the ball comes to rest in any other number in the wheel, this bet loses. A Street bet is a bet on one of three selected numbers winning. There are 12 possible Street bets. The numbers must lie in a row across the table layout. The bet is placed on the line to the left of the row of numbers. If the ball comes to rest in any of these three numbers, this bet wins. If the ball comes to rest in any other number in the wheel, this bet loses. A Corner bet is a bet on one of four selected numbers winning. There are 22 possible Corner bets. The numbers must share one corner of the table layout. The bet is placed at the intersection of all four numbers. If the ball comes to rest in any of these four numbers, this bet wins. If the ball comes to rest in any other number in the wheel, this bet loses. A Zero Section bet is a bet on one of four particular numbers winning. There is only 1 Zero section bet. These numbers are 0,1,2,3. The bet is placed at the left intersection of all four numbers. If the ball comes to rest in any of these four numbers, this bet wins. If the ball comes to rest in any other number in the wheel, this bet loses. A Zero Corner bet is a bet on one of three particular numbers winning. There are two Zero corner bets. These are 0,1,2, and 0,2,3. The bet is placed at the intersection of all three number. If the ball comes to rest in any of these three numbers, this bet wins. If the ball comes to rest in any other number in the wheel, this bet loses. A Six Line bet is a bet on one of six selected numbers winning. There are 11 possible Six Line bets. The numbers must lie in two adjacent rows across the table layout. The bet is placed on the line to the left and between the two rows of numbers. If the ball comes to rest in any of these six numbers, this bet wins. If the ball comes to rest in any other number in the wheel, this bet loses. A Column bet is a bet on one of twelve selected numbers winning. There are 3 possible Column bets. The numbers must all lie in one of the three columns down the table layout. The bet is placed in the box provided at the bottom of the layout. If the ball comes to rest in any of these twelve numbers, this bet wins. If the ball comes to rest on zero, half of the bet is returned. For any other number in the wheel, this bet loses. A Dozen bet is a bet on one of twelve selected numbers winning. There are 3 possible Dozen bets. The numbers must all lie in one of the three Dozens regions on the table layout. The bet is placed in the box provided to the left of the layout. If the ball comes to rest in any of these twelve numbers, this bet wins. If the ball comes to rest on zero, half of the bet is returned. For any other number in the wheel, this bet loses. An Even Chance bet is a bet on one of eighteen selected numbers winning. There are 6 possible Even Chance bets. The bet is placed in the box provided to the left of the layout. If the ball comes to rest in:


7.4  Zero Rule 

Wagers on red, black, odd, even, 1 to 18, and 19 to 36 shall have half of the stake returned if the roulette ball comes to rest in the compartment marked zero (0).  
7.5  Payout Odds 



7.6  Maximum and Minimum Bets 

The maximum and minimum bet limits will only be displayed within the Gaming Rules Menu of this Game after the Player has logged in. 

7.7  Commencing wheel spin and result indication 

When all of the Player’s bets have been placed, leftclick on the SPIN button to commence play. All bets are now final, and no more bets can be placed. The system will automatically start the ball spinning in the wheel. The Roulette ball will complete its rotation around the wheel track and come to rest in a randomly selected number. The system will show the winning number and all winning bets will be highlighted on the table layout. All losing bets will be collected and all winning bets paid. If a bet is a winner, the Player’s winnings will be posted to the Player’s credit balance and updated in the credits display upon selecting their next game or upon returning to the Lobby. When the spin is finished, all winning bets remain on the table layout ready for the next spin. The NEW GAME button in the game window on the Player’s screen will illuminate. Leftclick on this button to begin the next game. The history of the previous winning numbers is displayed in a table above the game menu. There are three different coloured numbers in the history table. The Yellow coloured numbers mean that they belong to the Black set of numbers. The Red coloured numbers mean they belong to the Red set of numbers and the Green coloured number is '0'. Once a spin is complete, the winning number will be noted on the table with a marker. Winning bets will have a marker chip placed on top of them. 