What is a 'Street Bet'?
, a street bet is a bet of three numbers across a line - for example, 1-2-3 or 13-14-15. If one of the numbers in the street bet comes up, the player gets the payout. To place a street bet on the table, chips
should be placed outside the line at the edge of the row. Wins at this line usually pay 11/1 for the win. Street bets are less common than other kinds of wager, such as colour bets or high/low bets
'Street Bet' Explained
In roulette, there are many different kinds of bet which can be made at the table. One of these is the street bet. The street bet is similar to the line bet
, but the line bet includes six numbers while the street bet has just three. Street bets are placed outside the line, against the first number in the group.A street bet covers a spread of three numbers, so the player has a better chance of winning than if they selected a single number. If one of the numbers in the street bet comes up, the player is paid at 11/1 of their original stake
. Street bets might be played on their own or used in conjunction with spread betting across the table.The street bet is one of a number of roulette bets which is not marked on the table specifically. Players wishing to make this bet will need to make sure that their chips are on the right side of the line, usually adjoining the thirds bet sections, and also to ensure that the dealer
has recognized the intent to make a street bet. Street bets might be used in conjunction with colour bets, odd/even bets and high/low bets to maximize the potential win or to offset bet risks.