How to Play Roulette
Once you arrive at Odawa Casino, located in the beautiful Northern Michigan town of Petoskey, stop in for a spin around the Roulette wheel — one of gaming's timeless classics. Whether you want to brush up on your skills or learn the game for the first time, our guide below will help you achieve your goals.
The object of the game is to place a wager on the numbered red, green or black compartments of the revolving Roulette wheel where the Player thinks a small ball (spun in the opposite direction) will come to rest. The bets are placed on the Roulette table marked to correspond with the compartments on the wheel.
Marked on the Roulette wheel are numbers 1 through 36 and the symbol "0" and "00". Each number has a corresponding color, either red or black. The symbols "0" and "00" however, are colored in green.
Unlike other casino chips, the value of Roulette chips is determined by the Player at the time of purchase. To avoid confusion on the table layout, each player receives different colored chips.
Placing Your Bet
Wagering in Roulette is a snap. Bets can be placed on individual numbers, groups of numbers, a specific color on the wheel or whether the winning number turns out to be odd or even. As bets are being placed, the dealer spins the Roulette ball in the opposite direction of the spinning wheel. Wagers may be placed until the dealer announces, "No more bets."
All there's left to do is wait for the ball to land on a number. Once it does, the dealer places a marker on the winning number and pays the winning wagers. If you have any questions, the Roulette dealer or floor personnel will be happy to assist you.
- Must be 19 years of age or older to play Roulette.
- Decisions by the management are final on all games.