Roulette Payouts: how much you can earn?


Below you will find a simple table that lists the payouts for roulette. For each bet type we have listed how many numbers are covered and the payout you will receive if the bet wins.

Quick info about the payout column – With the payout column, we have listed the numbers going off the assumption that you’re placing a £1 bet. For example, if you place a £1 bet on Red, you will get £2 back. Obviously the payouts will alter when the amount you bet is changed, for example, a £5 bet on red will mean a payout of £10 if you win.

Roulette Payouts
Bet Type Numbers Covered Payout Ratio Payout (with a £1 bet)
Straight Up 1 35:1 £36
Split 2 17:1 £18
Street 3 11:1 £12
Corner 4 8:1 £9
0 – 1 – 2 – 3 4 8:1 £9
Five Number 5 6:1 £7
Line 6 5:1 £6
Column 12 2:1 £3
Dozen 12 2:1 £3
1-18/19-36 18 1:1 £2
Odd/Even 18 1:1 £2
Red/Black 18 1:1 £2

One thing that stands out straight away about the above table is that as you cover more numbers with each bet type, the payout is less. For example, betting on odd numbers (just less than half of the numbers on a roulette wheel) pays out just £2 when you place a £1 bet whereas a straight-up bet pays out £36 for a £1 bet.

Other Useful/Related Info

You can read about all of these different bets in our section on roulette bets which describes each one of them in detail.

The Call Bets

You may have noticed that the Call bets are not mentioned in the table above. That’s because the Call bets are made up of multiple bet types combined, for example, Voisins Du Zero is made of Split, Street and Corner bets but the payout ratios remain the same. In other words, wherever the ball lands, the regular amount is paid out regardless of the combination of bets.

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