Roulette is a game of chance.
It is played by dropping a ball onto a spinning wheel, which rotates rapidly.
Players may bet on numbers or colors, or both, the odds of winning are not statistically better than if they choose their own numbers.
The game originated in the 18th century France.
Roulette is a game of chance. It is one of the most popular games played in casinos all around the world.
It is believed that roulette was invented in 18th-century France, by Blaise Pascal, a French mathematician and physicist. He envisioned it as an experiment to solve gambling problems at his father’s gaming house.
The game consists of spinning a small ball around on the edge of a table, which leads to its eventual fall into one of 37 or 38 (depending on where you play) numbered slots on the table surface. As it falls, the player bets on whether or not they think it will land in one of these slots (or if they will tie).