Roullete – A Review


Roulette is one of the most popular casino games, offering glamour, mystery and excitement. Based on pure luck, it is wildly popular at online and land-based casinos across the world. The game is simple to learn but provides a surprising level of depth for serious betters. The key is knowing which bet types offer the best odds.

The wheel consists of a solid wooden disk slightly convex in shape, and around it are metal partitions called frets or compartments, painted alternately red and black and numbered non-consecutively from 1 to 36. On European-style wheels there is an additional green compartment carrying the sign 0 and two green pockets on American-style wheels which carry the signs 00 and 0. The dealer spins the wheel in one direction, and then rolls a small ball in the opposite direction around a tilted circular track that runs around the outer edge of the wheel. When the ball comes to a stop, the dealer will announce ‘no more bets!’ This prevents players from betting when the wheel is about to come to a rest, which could give them an advantage. The dealer will then place a marker on the winning number (or winning chips) and pay out winners. Losing bets will then get cleared off the table, and players can begin a new round with their predetermined budget.

Aside from avoiding the bad bets, there is not much to do in the way of strategy when playing roulette. However, there are a few basic rules that should be followed to limit your exposure to the built-in house edge. Firstly, always play at crowded tables, as this will slow the wheel down and help you limit your losses. Secondly, be sure to cash out any winnings as soon as possible and never dip into your own bets for future rounds. This will prevent you from losing your winnings in a single spin.

Roullete is a great example of a low-budget film that has been well-made, and which effectively communicates its message to an audience. It is a film that deserves the success it has earned, and I look forward to seeing more work from this talented young director. I wish him all the best in the future and would encourage you to go out and see this underrated gem.