How To Play Roulette

For the Streamer:
See how to setup roulette here in this document.

For the viewer:
Our roulette game is currently in alpha. Some bets you can do on a table are disabled at the moment but will be added soon. 
Viewers can bet in chat (not as robust) or on the Viewer Portal http://www.branebot.com/YOURSTREAMERSNAME


Rules:
You can place as many chips you have on the board equivalent to the channel currency you have. Meaning if you have 2000 currency you can place 2000 worth of chips on the board. All chips placed after your bank amount will be ignored. Max Bet is 10,000. Minimum bet is 1.

The table:
The left side is the wheel. The dealer will spin the wheel when the countdown is done. They will then launch a ball counterclockwise to the rotation of the wheel. The ball will fall in a slot on the wheel. If your bet corresponds to the ball location either in color or number you win. If not then you lose all that you bet on the board. 

Here are your odds of winning:
The Roulette odds for the single zero wheel would then be 2.63% (1 out of 37)  

For wagers on red, black, odd, even 1 to 19, and 19 to 36 the payouts are 1 is to 1, and the probability is 48.65%. For wagers on 1 to 12, 13 to 24, and 25 to 36, the payout is 2 to 1, with a probability of 32.43%.

For a single number it is 2.70%, for two numbers 5.40%, three numbers it is 8.11%; for a four number bet it is 10.8%, and six numbers 16.22%.

The Roulette payout is 1 to 1, with a probability of 47.37% for the following wagers: Even, odd, black, red, 1 to 18 and 19 to 36. For 1 to 12, 13 to 24 and 25 to 36 the edge is 31.58% with a 2:1 payout.

For one number the payout is 35:1 with a house edge of 2.63%; with two numbers (17:1 5.26%), three numbers (11:1, 7.89%), for four number bets the payout is 8 to 1 with an edge of 10.53%. For six numbers the payout will be 5:1 with an edge of 15.79%. The five number bet pays 6:1 (13.16%).



Casino bets not allowed on our table (at this time)
Cross number bets (placing chips on the + between 4 numbers)
Corner bets
5 Numbers
Street

What losing looks like:




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