Rules to play Ildado
The name 'il dado' is Italian for 'the die', singular of dice; the dotted little cubes.
1. The Basics
On a single zero roulette table the House advantage is 2.7%. On a double zero roulette table it is 5.26% 7.9% on the five number bet, 0 00 1 2 3. The House advantage is gained by paying the winners a chip or two or a proportion of it less than what it should have been if there was no advantage. See Roulette Quiz The Casino Advantage.
2. The House advantage
The la partage roulette rule is similar to the en prison rule, only in this case the player loses half the bet and does not have the option of leaving the bet en prison for another spin. This refers to the outside even money bets Red/Black, High/Low, Odd/Even and applies when the outcome is zero. Both the La Partage and the En Prison roulette rules essentially cut the casino edge on the even money bets in half. So a bet on Red on a single zero roulette table with the la partage rule or the en prison rule has a 1.35% House edge and one on a double zero roulette table has a House edge of 2.63%.
3. The La Partage rule
A bet on one number only, called a straight up bet, pays 35 to 1. You collect 36. With no House advantage you should collect 37 38 in the USA on double zero roulette wheels.
A two number bet, called split bet, pays 17 to 1.
A three number bet, called street bet, pays 11 to 1.
A four number bet, called corner bet, pays 8 to 1.
A six number bet, pays 5 to 1.
A bet on the outside dozen or column, pays 2 to 1.
A bet on the outside even money bets, pays 1 to 1.
4. The payouts
To win at roulette the player needs to predict where the ball will land after each spin. This is by no means easy. In fact, luck plays an important part in this game. Some players go with the winning numbers calling them hot numbers and therefore likely to come up more times. Others see which numbers did not come up for some time and bet on them believing that their turn is now due. Some players bet on many numbers to increase their chances of winning at every spin, but this way the payout is considerably reduced. Other methodical players use specific roulette systems or methods, money management systems, or both.
5. Object of the game
The French roulette rules are very much like the European roulette rules. It has the same 37 numbered wheel with one zero but a different table layout for the outside bets. See Table layout Link opens new window.
The player odds in French roulette are the same as in European roulette only one zero and better than the odds in American roulette two zeros. The players loose only 50% of their even money bets when the outcome is zero, known as the La Partage rule.
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