Neighbors of Zero Bet
Roulette is an enthralling casino game which is simple to play and offers the players chance to win huge prizes. Betting is an important aspect of Roulette. Usually the bets used in Roulette are simple, but French Roulette introduced some complicated bets known as Call Bets.
In these types of bets the player stakes number of chips concurrently at different positions on a Roulette table. One of the commonly used call bet is neighbors of zero bet. This bet may seem to be complicated but it offers the same house advantage as the other bets, but what makes it different is that this bet is unique in its own way.
Neighbors of zero bet is not based on the layout of the table, whereas it follows a continuous sequence of 17 numbers having zero in the center. The Roulette wheel has this sequence of numbers 22, 18, 29, 7, 28, 12, 35, 3, 26, 0, 32, 15, 19, 4, 21, 2 and 25. For being placed on the layout the sequence is broken into groups of splits (with two numbers), trio (with three numbers), corners (four numbers) and nine chips of equal value.
Two chips are placed on a trio of 0, 2, 3; one each chip is placed on a split of 4 and 7, split of 12 and 15, split of 18 and 21, split of 19 and 22, split of 32 and 35; two chips are placed on the corner of 25, 26, 28, 29. The payout for splits is 17:1; the payout for trio is 11:1 and the payout for corners is 8:1.
Let’s suppose if each chip is worth $1 then the different payout possibilities are given below-
- If the number other than the numbers in the sequence comes then the payout is zero and the player loses
- If any number out of 0, 2 or 3 comes then the player gets a payout of 11:1.
- If any number out of 25, 26, 28 or 29 comes then the player gets a payout of 8:1.
- If any number out of five spits comes then the player receives a payout of 17:1.