There are many ways to win at roulette, many ways to play for a payout. There are 36 numbers on the wheel, with the addition of one or two zeroes.

That’s a lot to begin with, and there are also other types of bets that cover multiple numbers and offer sizeable payouts when the ball lands in a pocket that contains one of the chosen numbers.

The possibilities are numerous and one of the popular bets, if you aren’t the straight up bet type of player, is the line bet, or the six-number bet. Let’s see what this roulette bet is all about and how to use it.

Revise Your Knowledge of the Roulette Board

Revise Your Knowledge of the Roulette Board

In case you haven’t played roulette for a while or you are just getting started, you need to make sure you know how the board looks and works before placing any real money bets. Revise the positions on the board thoroughly if you want to play the game properly.

All the numbers on the wheel and replicated on the betting layout, and surrounding the numbers you have areas reserved for outside bets.

Focusing on the six-number bet, aka the line bet, you don’t need to be a skilled connoisseur of all the outside bets that are shown on the board. Your objective will be the numbers which are all in the number zone.

Line Bet Explained

Line Bet Explained

If you opt for the line bet, you will be betting on six numbers on the same spin of the wheel. That is why this bet is also commonly called the line bet or the six-number bet.

It has similarities to the street bet since it also covers lines of numbers as these are presented on the board, but instead of one line of three numbers you can bet on two lines and cover six numbers in total. The possible six-number bets are the following:

  • 1-6
  • 4-9
  • 7-12
  • 10-15
  • 13-18
  • 16-21
  • 19-24
  • 22-27
  • 25-30
  • 28-33
  • 31-36

The lines need to be adjacent, as you can see.

Placing the Line Bet at Roulette

Placing the Line Bet at Roulette

Now that you know that the line bet is, you can join a roulette table and try your luck with it. This bet is made by placing chips at the intersection between the two lines that represent the outer border of the number zone. In other words, you will place the chips at the begging of the line shared by the two rows of numbers.

If any of those six numbers win, the bet pays 5 to 1. Online you will only be able to place a bet while the betting time is open, so keep track of the betting window.

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