The objects of the game
Each game, the player attempts to predict the number on which the spinning wheel will stop.
Using value chips purchased from the dealer, the player places his bet(s) on the wheel of fortune table, respecting the minimum and maximum bets indicated at the table. Betting spots represent either a number, the Joker or the Casino and correspond to one or more sections of equal size on the wheel. Although the dealer may assist the player in positioning his bet(s), the player is at all times responsible for their final position.
Players may place their bets until the dealer announces "No more bets". The dealer then spins the wheel of fortune. The result for a game is the number on which the pointer rests when the wheel comes to a stop. A bet wins if it corresponds to this number. However, a bet on Joker wins when the pointer comes to rest on the "45 Joker" segment of the wheel, and a bet on Casino wins when the pointer comes to rest on the "45 Casino" segment of the wheel. For a result to be valid, the spinning wheel must not be obstructed in any way and must complete at least 3 revolutions.
The dealer picks up the losing bets and pays the winning bets as per the following payout schedule:
||NUMBER OF SECTIONS
ON THE WHEEL
|1||1 to 1||24|
|2||2 to 1||15|
|5||5 to 1||7|
|10||10 to 1||4|
|20||20 to 1||2|
|45 Joker||45 to 1||1|
|45 Casino||45 to 1||1|
On certain wheel of fortune tables, the winning number lights up after each valid spin. Lit up spots are only used as a reference; in case of a malfunction or a discrepancy between the lit spots on the table and the real result, the real result prevails.