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How to Deal Roulette
When dealing a game of roulette, your most important skill will be math. There are a lot of different payouts, and most are fairly large. To make your job easier, post the payouts somewhere on the table so you have a quick reference guide.
To deal roulette with Roulette Strategy and Tips - 100% Win - PlayCasino.Ca you will need a chip color for each of your players, as mentioned above. We recommend having 50 of each color, and suggest using a different type of chip than the normal chip used at your casino party. For example, if your standard chips are 13-gram clay chips, buy 6 or 8 colors of 9-gram chips to use at the roulette table. This makes it easy to distinguish the chips, and allows you to repeat colors if needed since the actual chips are different. Be sure no one leaves the roulette table with any roulette chips; all should remain at your table.
You can set the value of the roulette chips to be any amount you desire. We recommend setting them to the lowest valued chip used in your other games. For example, if you have a casino party with craps, blackjack, and roulette, and your chip values are $0.10, $0.50, and $2.50, set your roulette chips to be worth $0.10. Some players may wish to play with higher values; in that case, simply note how much those players' chips are worth and make change and payments accordingly.
Be sure to give the players enough time to bet before each spin, and to announce clearly when no more bets are allowed. After the spin, announce the result and place a roulette marker on the winning number. Your next step is to clear all losing chips from the outside bets and number bets, leaving only winning chips. Then you can move around the table to each player and pay off their winnings. Leave all winning bets on the table for the next spin unless the player asks to take the bet down (i.e., if a player hits $1 on a number, pay them $35 but leave the original $1 chip on the winning number). Pay large stacks using regular chips, and odd amounts and smaller wins with roulette chips.
When a player leaves the table, change all of the player's roulette chips back into standard chips.