mbrother11
Joined: Jun 25, 2016
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March 4th, 2017 at 7:01:57 AM permalink
I understand how roulette minimums apply separately to inside and outside bets. But I have a question I have never seen specifically addressed, so I hope someone will answer it for me. With inside bets, I am not required to bet in multiples of the minimum. For instance, with a \$5 minimim I can bet \$7 or \$8 or \$29 dollars on any single number I like. But with outside bets, can I bet \$7 on red? Or must I bet \$5, \$10, etc? In other words, must outside bets be in multiples of the minimum?
Mission146
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March 4th, 2017 at 4:24:53 PM permalink
Yes, but you'd want to make your chips worth \$1 each.
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rsactuary
Joined: Sep 6, 2014
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March 4th, 2017 at 4:27:45 PM permalink
Quote: mbrother11

I understand how roulette minimums apply separately to inside and outside bets. But I have a question I have never seen specifically addressed, so I hope someone will answer it for me. With inside bets, I am not required to bet in multiples of the minimum. For instance, with a \$5 minimim I can bet \$7 or \$8 or \$29 dollars on any single number I like. But with outside bets, can I bet \$7 on red? Or must I bet \$5, \$10, etc? In other words, must outside bets be in multiples of the minimum?

You can bet 7, 8 or 29 on outside bets if you want. But each "box" must contain at least the minimum bet. you cannot spread it over multiple bets, like you can on the inside.
mbrother11
Joined: Jun 25, 2016
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March 7th, 2017 at 8:15:25 AM permalink
So just to be clear, the outside bets do not need to be in multiples of the table minimum?
Romes
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