So-called inside bets involve betting on either a single number or a small group of numbers. The choices here are smaller than for outside bets, although there’s honestly quite a lot to choose from:

### Plein / Number / Straight-Up Bet

The lowest probability of winning here is betting on an exact number. This amounts to 2.70%. Players can expect a payout ratio of 35:1.

### Split / Cheval

The *Plein* is followed by the *Cheval*, which involves betting on two exact numbers instead of just one. The probability of winning here increases to 5.41%. If the prediction is correct, the payout ratio is 17:1.

### Transversal Plein

After betting on one or two numbers, it now follows betting on 3 numbers. A bet on one street (3-number combination) offers a winning probability of 8.11%. The payout ratio is 11:1.

### Carré

10.81% probability of winning is offered by betting on a corner or *Carré* (4 numbers). The payout here is still 8:1.

### Transversal Simple

The double straight contains six different numbers and thus results in a winning probability of 16.22%. This bet pays out at a ratio of 5:1 if it hits.

### Winning Probabilities of the Announcements

If players want to bet on announcements, they should look for a Roulette board with a racetrack. What’s interesting is that some live casino tables offer this feature. At some tables in the Roulette live casinos, announcements can also be placed via special versions, such as in the French Roulette Gold from Evolution Gaming.

The so-called announcement differs again a little from the previously presented inside and outside bets. In these best Roulette bets with announcements, numbers are grouped together that are not in sequence on the table but on the Roulette wheel. With the announcements, players can bet on certain areas of the pot.

### Voisins du Zéro

Here, the "neighbors of zero" would be interesting. 17 numbers are covered. A total of 9 bets must be made to arrive at a winning probability of 45.9%. Of course, it’s easier with a race track. On the RaceTrack, players can bet directly on the *Voisins du Zero* using the mentioned Roulette table odds.

### Tiers

In the *Tiers* bet the 12 numbers that lie directly opposite the *Voisins du Zero* are covered. The probability of winning is 32.4%.

### Jeu Zero

Bets on tens/columns in inside bets also offer a similar probability of winning. In *Jeu Zero*, the zero game, we are talking about a weakened version of the neighbors of zero. In this case, 7 numbers close to 0 on the Roulette wheel with a winning probability of 18.9%.

### Orphelin's

All other numbers on the wheel that do not fall under these announcements are grouped under the term *Orphelins* (the orphans). These have a winning probability of 41.6%.

### Voisins

The neighbor’s game is also simply called *Voisins*. It is not to be confused with the neighbors of 0 (*Voisins du Zero*), which can be bet on the track. Players bet on a number and its *Voisins* in the cup when playing with neighbors.

This makes it easier to bet on certain areas of the cauldron. For example, if players bet on the neighbors of the six, they bet on the numbers 17, 34, 6, 27, and 13 - the numbers in the pot next to the six. The probability of winning a bet on *Voisins* is 13.5%.

### The Finals

In the variable announcement "Finals" players bet on numbers ending in special digits. The probability of winning, in this case, is 8.1%. The bet can be extended to two digits. For example, 1 and 3, in which case the number on which the ball stops must end in either 1 or 3. In this case, the probability of winning increases to 10.8%.