Low Bet (Roulette term)

In the game of roulette, a “low bet” is a bet on each of the first eight numbers. In a standard roulette game, the numbers on the wheel are divided into two groups: low numbers (1-18) and high numbers (19-36). A low bet is a bet that covers all of the numbers in the low group. This bet is placed by putting chips on the line that separates the low and high numbers, or by placing chips on the individual numbers in the low group. A low bet pays out at odds of 1 to 1 if any of the low numbers are hit, and it is considered to be a safer bet than a high bet, as the low numbers are more likely to be hit than the high numbers.

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