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The roulette game draws countless new players every day. But questions about how they can better understand their chances in this game are kept open. Our experts in Roulettedoc developed and offered you two useful tools, the Odds Calculator and the Payout Calculator.

Easy and intuitive interface for the two most prevalent types of roulette: European and American. The differences between them, you can find them on our separate section. Knowing the odds is always helpful for better managing your game bankroll. The payout calculator is needed to understand how much you can win and withdraw if you succeed. Below you can get acquainted with instructions on how to use these calculators rightly.

Odds Calculator

So, here is a brief instruction on how to use the payout calculator. For your convenience, we describe it in the following steps: 

  • Step 1. Choose a roulette version that you like more. Our calculator has two most knowing and popular versions: European and American.
  • Step 2. Set a bet amount. Here you need to choose the proposed bet amount from 1 to 100 units.
  • Step 3. You can also cancel all your bets by clicking on the "CLEAR BETS" buttons or pressing "UNDO" to cancel the last one.
  • Step 4. To calculate your possible winning, you should press the "CALCULATE" button. After that, you can look at your gain.

Payouts Calculator

Similarly, we made a short instruction for the odds calculator. Get acquainted:

  • Step 1. Choose between American or European Roulette. You probably already have a favorite among them.
  • Step 2. Make a bet. Choose between outside and inside bet types or mix and match them.
  • Step 3. Remove and practice. You can cancel your last bet by clicking the "UNDO" button. If you need to delete all previously made bets, select the "CLEAR BETS" button.
  • Step 4. Further, to calculate the results, you should press "CALCULATE", after which the results will be calculated and displayed in the field "YOUR ODDS".


  • Rules

    The game starts when the gambler makes his bet. Here the roulette player has a wide range of bet types — for example, wager on a single number, color, odd/even, and more.

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  • Strategies

    Roulette is one of the most exciting games on the planet. Of course, it's all about luck, but many players don't just trust luck and start using strategies. There are dozens, maybe hundreds, of systems out there, but which one leads to the jackpot? You've probably heard names like Martingale, D'alembert, or Fibonacci. These are just the tip of the gaming iceberg.

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  • Demo games

    When you've figured out the basic rules of the game and learned some strategies, you want to try it but have doubts about gambling. This is what demo roulette is for. Here you have the same table with numbers from 0 to 36, chips of different denominations. The only difference from the live version is that you won't meet a croupier here, and you're not playing for real money.

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  • Live games

    So, after you've tested your skills and knowledge on demo roulette, you can decide to try your luck for money because playing the free version won't give you the full taste of the game. At this point, you might want to take a closer look at the live game, where you will meet not only the croupier but also other players from around the world.

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