What is Roullete?
Roullete is a great game to play with a large group of people. It’s a unique spin on traditional roulette, and focuses on dares instead of numbers. The object of the game is to get a higher value on your cards than the dealer does. Face cards and aces are worth their face values, while cards of other values are worth one point. The game is an excellent team-building activity, as it forces players to work together to get the best cards.
Roullete is a popular game of chance that originated in France. Its name means ‘little wheel’ in French. The game’s inventor is unknown, but it was introduced to the aristocracy of France in the 18th century. The game has many legends associated with it.
One theory attributes the invention of roulette to the Wheel of Fortune, a 17th century game of chance. It depicted a goddess spinning a wheel to determine the fate of a king. While the Wheel of Fortune is believed to have been the original inspiration of roulette, several other games may have influenced the game.
While playing roulette, there are certain basic rules that all players must know. Firstly, you must never bet outside of even money sections. The exceptions to this rule are the red/black section and the odd/even and high/low sections. The reason behind this rule is that if you bet outside of even money sections, you will be ‘en prison’ for the next spin. This means that, even if you win, you will lose your winning bet.