The Roulette Quiz for Experts

Have you learned everything that you need to know about playing online roulette? Our quiz is designed to let you test your roulette expertise with some fun questions based on different bets, roulette strategies, payouts, and more. There are 15 questions, and some of them are more difficult than others.

See if you can get the right answers on all of them. You’ll find all that you need to know on our blog.

The Questions

Q1: How many pockets are present on a European roulette wheel?

A: 36

B: 37

C: 38

Q2: Why does European roulette always have a lower house edge than games that use standard American roulette rules?

A: The European version has more types of bet available

B: There is a double zero in the American game

C:  The payouts are always higher on European games

Q3: What do all the numbers on a roulette wheel add up to?

A: 600

B: 666

C: 690

Q4: A straight up bet is where you place your stake on a single number. How much would you expect to receive as a payout if the number that you choose wins?

A: 35:1

B: 36:1

C: 37:1

Q5: Which kind of roulette bet covers a selection of 17 numbers that run from 22 to 25 along the wheel (including both of these numbers) on a single zero wheel using European rules?

A: Jeu Zero

B: Le Tiers du Cylindre

C: Voisins du Zero

Q6: Which type of online roulette feature does the following description cover? You place your stake on an even money bet (odd/even, red/black etc.) and zero comes up. Your stake remains in place for the next spin. If you win on this spin, you will get back the full stake that you placed. If you lose again this time, you lose your stake.   

A: La Partage

B En Prison

C: Orphelins

Q7: What type of bet in American roulette includes these five numbers; 0, 00, 1, 2, and 3? It pays out at 6:1. In European games, it covers 0, 1, 2, and 3, with a payout of 8:1.

A: Top line / basket

B: Voisins du zero / neighbours

C: Six line / double street

Q8: Which of the different roulette bets below pay out at the rate of 2:1 when you win?

A: Columns and dozens

B: Columns

C: Dozens

Q9: Which are both examples classed as inside bets in roulette games at an online casino?

A: Straight up and red

B: Corner and split

CL Street and odd

Q10: Which of the most popular roulette systems works in the following way? You place a stake on an even money bet (red/black, odd/even etc.). If you lose, you add an extra unit to the stake for the next spin. So, if you started with £1 it would increase to £2 after a losing spin, and then on to £3 and so on. Winning spins see one unit removed from the current stake. If you staked £2 and lost, the amount you stake next time would go back to £1.

A: D’Alembert system

B: Martingale system

C: Fibonacci system

Q11: What bet are you making in the following example? You place a chip on the edge where two numbers meet either horizontally or vertically, such as 7/10 or 26/27.  If the ball lands on either of your chosen numbers, you get paid out at the rate of 17: 1.

A: Corner bet

B: Street bet

C: Split bet

Q12: Which roulette system works in the following way? You put your stake on any of the even money bets (red/black, odd/even etc.). You start with £1 and maintain this level after winning spins. If you lose a spin, the stake is doubled. A series of losing spins would see your stake increase from £1 to £2, followed by £4, £8, and so on until the next win. Once you win again, the stake drops back to the starting point.

A: D’Alembert system

B: Martingale system

C: Fibonacci system

Q13: What are you taking into account when you use the dealer signature to try and gain an advantage in a live roulette game?

A: Any bias in the wheel that means that the same section of numbers is likely to get more wins than you would statistically expect.

B: An unconscious habit that a roulette dealer has when it comes to their style of spinning the wheel and releasing the ball.

C: A delay by the dealer in closing bets, meaning that you can place your stake when the ball is already close to landing in a specific pocket.

Q14: What type of bet is being described here? You place your chip at the end of a row of three consecutive numbers, such as 7, 8, 9 or 16, 17, 18. If any of the numbers you have selected win then you get a payout of 11 to 1.

A: Street

B: Split

C: Row

Q15: What is the name of the online roulette bet that lets you put your stake on all of the pockets that end in the same number? This could be 4/14/24/34 or 7/17/27 etc.

A: Le Tiers Du Cylindre

B: Finale

C: Basket

How Did You Get On?

Only roulette experts will have got every one of these 15 questions right. If you got some wrong, then it looks like there are still some things for you to learn before you can class yourself as a roulette pro. Feel free to read through our informative blog post to carry on learning more about this game.

If you are now ready to play live roulette, you can choose from a selection of variants of this game and put your knowledge to the test again!

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