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History of Roulette
For all intents and purposes the origin of roulette can never be
ascertain nor confirm in any recorded data in history. Various schools
of thought points to many versions on how this popular casino game
evolved. Claims and counterclaims were made and up to now on the
last year of the first decade of the third millennium with all the
sophistications and advance technologies tracing the roots based
on evidences on roulette's earliest form is forever lost. Nevertheless
we will attempt in presenting history of roulette in a manner with
out prejudice and due cause.
It is believe by
some quarters that the ancient Romans as a form of gaming amusement
tipped their chariots its sides and at the same time spinning the
wheels to create the game itself. However there were stories that
made mention of the Chinese as the inventors of the game having
brought back by European traders from China. They claim
that the Chinese game was to arrange 37 statuettes of animals in a
magic square that totals 666. But those who persist on these
allegations failed to explain the method in which one has to play.
Incidentally if you add the numbers 1-36 the sum is 666.
of the origin of roulette has noted French scientist and
Blaise Pascal the father of probability as having invented the roulette
mechanism back in 1657 while doing his experiment on perpetual motion
devices. In the years that
followed sometime in 1720 a game called 'roly-poly' where a spinning
ball and rotating horizontal wheel was used as a game of chance.
This we can safely say as the precursor of our present day roulette.
In the coming years 1739 and 1740 England's Gaming Act banned roly-poly
and other games of chance. But all is not lost though; a Master
of Ceremonies at Bath by the name of Blair Nash circumvented this
law by introducing 'EO' or even-odd' a simplified version of roly-poy.
However EO was defined as a game of chance and that too was banned
So after 50 years
this time in Paris modern roulette wheels began appearing in all
casinos. These wheels were practically the same comparing it with
today's roulette. The parameters that identifies what roulette is
present here, these are numbers 1-36, 0 (zero), 00 (double zero),
colors of red and black, and the odd and even number bet.
with those roulette against present day roulette was 0 (zero) being
color red and 00 (double zero) as black. Confusion arose ever time
0 or 00 wins as it barred any color from winning. Thus the color
green was eventually recognized as the color for all zeros.
casinos was becoming tough and stiff. The introduction of a single
zero roulette wheel in 1842 by Francois and Louis Blanc gave the
brothers an edge over the rest. After France declared gambling illegal
followed by Germany, surviving brother Louise Blanc was invited
by no less than the Prince of Monaco, Charles III from whom Monte
Carlo was name, for Blanc to establish and operate a superbly magnificent
casino that was to become the benchmark of the industry of gambling