Roulette: Numbers & Horses and Full Number
For those who are now expert connoisseurs of Roulette, it will seem almost familiar to announce nicknames and bets, which create curiosity among the novice players. Behind these somewhat imaginative names, however, there are very technical games and complex development, which, if used in the right way, can make you win a lot of money at the table.
They are numbers that have both equal digits. A game of the Italian casinos, not widespread, coming from the tradition of the lotto.
Today it is rarely seen, and in some cases, it is difficult to accept it as an announcement. It is a matter of simply playing a full house on the numbers 11, 22, and 33, which have the same numbers, twins.
Numbers and Carrè
The number and the respective carrè. The pieces are positioned on the four corners of the number box (less if they do not belong to the central column). This combination is used to try to exploit the exit of the number and, at the same time, have about 1/4 of the probability of winning, given that 9 out of 37 numbers are put into play. Any winnings are distributed as follows:
– 4 pieces if a number comes out in the corner
– 13 pieces if a vertical or lateral number comes out
– 67 pieces if the full number comes out
By betting on 2 the winnings are greater because the two carré over the number are actually triplets.
Numbers and Horses
A number and their horses. This bet is used to try to maximize the win on one hit. It is preferred to play on the complete number because it requires fewer pieces (5) but which in case of exit of the full number guarantees a good win anyway: 103 pieces, and that is the 35 full pieces + 17 * 4 (68) pieces of horses. Also, in this case, the maximum result is obtained only with the numbers of the central column.
A number and the respective horses and carré. It is a combination of play with the aim of maximizing the winnings on a certain number, often played by those who “feel” that their lucky number must come out. It is played with a maximum of 9 pieces for the numbers found in the central column up to a minimum of 4 for the numbers in the corners (34 and 36). If you play 9 pieces, you have the following odds:
– Draw if the 4 numbers come out at the corners
– 27 pieces if the verticals or the sides come out
– 135 pieces if you hit the full
If the number 2 is played, the payout is greater because the two upper yokes are actually triplets since there is only the box zero on the roulette table.