How Rroulette Works

Let’s start with a very informal definition, useful for immediately understanding how the game works: a ball is thrown inside a wheel that spins in the opposite direction and then falls inside one of the 37 boxes on the wheel. The object of the game is to guess which square the ball will land in.

3winthai roulette consists of a mechanical system basically composed of a cylinder that rotates on ball bearings inside a cavity with minimal friction. On the upper face of this cylinder there are 37 boxes of the same shape, size and surface, corresponding to the numbers from 0 to 36, housings designed to contain the ball. The numbers are not arranged sequentially from 0 to 36, but are distributed in a predetermined sparse order, not as messy as some might think.

The cylinder rotates inside a depression into which the ball is thrown in the opposite direction with respect to the direction of rotation of the cylinder itself; the ball, rotating on this inclined plane, loses speed until it begins to lose height until it collides with the lozenges and falls into one of the numbered boxes. The purpose of the lozenges, which are diamonds present on the inclined plane, is to make the square where the ball will stop completely random and unpredictable.

The numbers of roulette

The 37 numbers have fundamental properties:

  1. the numbers from 1 to 36 are associated with a red or black color;
  2. the numbers from 1 to 36 are even or odd;
  3. numbers 1 to 18 are Manque;
  4. the numbers 19 to 36 are Passe;
  5. numbers from 1 to 12 belong to the first dozen
  6. the numbers 13 to 24 belong to the first dozen
  7. numbers from 25 to 36 belong to the first dozen
  8. the number 0 is green and is neither even nor odd, nor passe nor manque.

As mentioned, the slots contain the numbers from 0 to 36 in no particular but predetermined order, following criteria that make it difficult to find analogies with the arrangement of the numbers on the betting table. The most evident property in the arrangement of numbers on the cylinder is that it is never possible to find two adjacent red squares, nor two adjacent black squares.

We have so far described the mechanical roulette system without talking about a fundamental element: the betting table.

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