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The game consists of a solid bowl with a rotating disc and a small ball that moves on the disc and eventually falls into one of several compartments. There are 37 trays numbered from 0 to 36 in alternating black and red colors, except for the 0 which is green. The ball spins in the opposite direction to the rotating disc. Players bet on playing fields on a tablecloth.

The fields the players bet are either color markers that are individual or cashmarks with a specific value. Color fields must be switched in when the player leaves the table to allow others to play the color.

There are two types of roulette, the European (also called French) and the American. The American roulette contains a double zero, increasing the winning chances for the casino.