What is a Push in Roulette?

what is a push in roulette

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Last Updated: February 12, 2024

A push is a roulette rule that applies when a player’s bet doesn’t count for the spin and is returned to them. This can happen for a number of reasons but is always caused by some sort of irregularity.

A common example of a push occurs when a player is too late to make a bet for the spin. If you make a bet after the dealer announces there’s no more betting for the round, your bet won’t count, and the croupier will remove it from the table and return it to you.

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