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Full Completes/Maximum Bets
« on: July 31, 2014, 05:11:51 PM »
Has anyone given this an honest look yet? I have just given this a try at one of the online casinos I peruse and have doubled 1000 credits in just a couple of minutes! WOW! I tried on other casino and broke even. Too nervous to try with real money ;)

A complete bet places all of the inside bets on a certain number. Full complete bets are most often bet by high rollers as maximum bets.

The maximum amount allowed to be wagered on a single bet in European Roulette is based on a progressive betting model. If the casino allows a maximum bet of $1000 on a 35-1 straight-up, then on each 17-1 split connected to that straight-up, $2000 may be wagered. Each 8-1 corner that covers four numbers) may have $4000 wagered on it. Each 11-1 street that covers three numbers may have $3000 wagered on it. Each 5-1 sixline may have $6000 wagered on it. Each $1000 incremental bet would be represented by a token or "piece" that is used to specifically identify the player and the amount bet.

For instance, if a patron wished to place a full complete bet on 17, the player would call "17 to the maximum." This bet would require a total of 40 pieces or $40,000. To manually place the same wager, the player would need to bet:

Bet Type   Number(s) bet On   Pieces   Amount Waged
Straight-Up   17   1   $1,000
Split   17, 14   2   $2,000
Split   17, 16   2   $2,000
Split   17, 18   2   $2,000
Split   17, 20   2   $2,000
Street   17, 16, 18   3   $3,000
Corner   17, 16, 13, 14   4   $4,000
Corner   17, 18, 14, 15   4   $4,000
Corner   17, 16, 19, 20   4   $4,000
Corner   17, 18, 20, 21   4   $4,000
Six Line   17, 16, 18, 13, 14, 15   6   $6,000
Six Line   17, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21   6   $6,000
Total Bets Placed      40   $40,000

The player calls his bet to the croupier (most often after the ball has been spun) and places enough chips to cover the bet on the table within reach of the croupier. The croupier will immediately announce the bet (repeat what the player has just said), ensure that the correct monetary amount has been given while simultaneously placing a matching markers on the number on the table and the amount wagered.

The payout for this bet if the chosen number wins is 392 pieces, in the case of a $1000 straight-up maximum, $40,000 bet, a payout of $392,000. The player's wagered 40 pieces, as with all winning bets in roulette, are still his property and in the absence of a request to the contrary are left up to possibly win again on the next spin.

Based on the location of the numbers on the layout, the number of chips required to "complete" a number can be determined.

[size=78%]- Zero costs 17 pieces to complete and pays 235 pieces.[/size]
[/size][size=78%]- Number 1 and number 3 each cost 27 pieces and pay 297 pieces.[/size]
[/size][size=78%]- Number 2 is a 36 piece bet and pays 396 pieces.[/size]
[/size][size=78%]- 1st column numbers 4 to 31 and 3rd column numbers 6 to 33, cost 30 pieces each to complete. The payout for a win on these 30 piece bets is 294 pieces.[/size]
[/size][size=78%]- 2nd column numbers 5 to 32 cost 40 pieces each to complete. The payout for a win on these numbers is 392 pieces.[/size]
[/size][size=78%]- Numbers 34 and 36 each cost 18 pieces and pay 198 pieces.[/size]
[/size][size=78%]- Number 35 is a 24 piece bet which pays 264 pieces.[/size]
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