**There are 3 stages to paying the bets.**

1. Setting up the bet

2. Payout order

3. Using value chips on a large payouts

**1. SETTING UP THE BET**

There are also 3 stages to setting up a bet.

**Stage One**

Put all chips of the same color together.

**Stage Two**

If there are more than 5 chips of the same color, offset the chips into groups of 5 on top of one another. This allows the number of chips to be counted more easily. If there are more than 20 chips of the same color, make a stack of 20 chips and offset any remaining chips on top of the stack.

**Stage Three**

Offset different colored chips, so underneath chips can be seen more easily.

There is a specific order in which bets must be paid.

If you remember the following three rules, in the order they appear, working out the order in which to pay bets will be easy.

Rule One – Pay chips with lower odds first (there is one exception to this rule. More on this later).

Rule Two – Pay bets closer to the end of the table.

Rule Three – Pay bets closer to the players.

Following the above rules, make payouts in the following order:

There are two rules to follow when paying outside bets:

1. Start at the end of the table, moving towards the zeros as you go.

2. Pay chips closest to the players first.

Following the rules above, pay the outside bets in this order:

a. Column closest to you

b. The middle column

c. The column furthest from you

d. High

e. Odd

f. 3rd 12

g. Black

h. Red

i. 2nd 12

j. Even

k. Low Numbers

l. 1st 12

Six line closest to the end of the table

Six line closest to the zeros

Pay the Streets.

Corner closest to the end of the table and closest to the players

Corner closest to the end of the table and closest to you

Corner closest to the zeros and closest to the players

Corner closest to the zeros and closest to you

Split closest to the end of the table

Split closest to the players

Split closest to you

Split closest to the Zeros

Pay Straight Up’s

If the winning number is one of the zeros, pay the bets in the following order.

Top Five – also called the First Five

(0, 1, 2), (00, 2, 3) or (0, 00, 2 – also called The Basket)

Splits

Straight Ups

**2. PAYOUT ORDER**There is a specific order in which bets must be paid.

If you remember the following three rules, in the order they appear, working out the order in which to pay bets will be easy.

Rule One – Pay chips with lower odds first (there is one exception to this rule. More on this later).

Rule Two – Pay bets closer to the end of the table.

Rule Three – Pay bets closer to the players.

**DETAILED PAYOUT ORDER**Following the above rules, make payouts in the following order:

**First – Outside Bets**There are two rules to follow when paying outside bets:

1. Start at the end of the table, moving towards the zeros as you go.

2. Pay chips closest to the players first.

Following the rules above, pay the outside bets in this order:

**1. Columns******a. Column closest to you

b. The middle column

c. The column furthest from you

**2. High numbers (19 to 36), Odd, 3rd 12**d. High

e. Odd

f. 3rd 12

**3. Black, Red, 2nd 12**g. Black

h. Red

i. 2nd 12

**4. Even, Low Numbers (1 to 18), 1st 12**j. Even

k. Low Numbers

l. 1st 12

**Second – Six Lines**

Pay six lines in the following orderPay six lines in the following order

Six line closest to the end of the table

Six line closest to the zeros

**Third - Street**Pay the Streets.

**This is the rule breaker.**Streets pay 11 to 1, and corners pay 8 to 1. So, following the rules means corners should be paid first. BUT streets are closer to the players, so for game protection, streets are paid before corners.**Fourth – Corners**

Pay corners in the following orderPay corners in the following order

Corner closest to the end of the table and closest to the players

Corner closest to the end of the table and closest to you

Corner closest to the zeros and closest to the players

Corner closest to the zeros and closest to you

**Fifth – Splits**

Pay splits in the following orderPay splits in the following order

Split closest to the end of the table

Split closest to the players

Split closest to you

Split closest to the Zeros

**Last**Pay Straight Up’s

**If the winning number is one of the zero’s**If the winning number is one of the zeros, pay the bets in the following order.

Top Five – also called the First Five

(0, 1, 2), (00, 2, 3) or (0, 00, 2 – also called The Basket)

Splits

Straight Ups

**3. USING VALUE CHIPS ON A LARGE PAYOUT**

Before going into how to use value chips on a large payout, let’s review the basics of roulette chips, value chips, value chip denominations, and stack values.

**Roulette Chips vs Value Chips**

**Roulette Chips**

Roulette chips are used only on the roulette table. They cannot be used on any other game. Roulette chips therefore must stay on the roulette table. Most of the time a roulette chip is worth $1.

**Value Chips**

Value chips can be used on any game in the casino, and therefore CAN be taken away from the roulette table.

**Value Chip Denominations**

Colors of value chips vary from casino to casino, but the following colors are generally represented in most casinos.

White - $1

Red - $5

Green - $25

Black - $100

Purple - $500

**Stack Values**

There are 20 chips in a stack.

One stack of $1 chips = $20

One stack of $5 chips = $100

One stack of $25 chips = $500

One stack of $100 chips = $2,000

One stack of $500 chips = $10,000

**HOW TO USE VALUE CHIPS IN A LARGE PAYOUT**

Most of the time you will be able to pay out the whole bet in roulette chips, as the payout will be under 200 chips.

A payout of 200 chips is 10 stacks. 10 stacks can easily be pushed to the player if you’ve learned how to push stacks. See more about how to push stacks in the CHIPS PUSH PATTERNS section.

If a payout is significantly more than 200 chips, you will include value chips in the payout.

**For example**

The payout is 407.

Give the player 207 roulette chips and $200 in value chips.

For the value chips you can choose to use:

Two $100 chips

Eight $25 chips

or two stacks of $5 chips (one stack is worth $100)

or any combination of the above.

There are no set rules when including value chips in a payout. Use your own common sense, or give the player what they ask for, or use what your Supervisor/Inspector tells you to use.

**HINT**: If your Supervisor, and a player, are telling you different things, ALWAYS do what your SUPERVISOR tells you to do, in absolutely ANY situation in the casino.

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