You may come across this variant of the Finales bet on some online roulette games- the Finales Cheval Plein bet.
This is literally the Finales with splits and straight up bets (sounds better in French, doesn't it?)
Some games just include all of the Finales bets that include split bets in their Finales a Cheval section, but strictly speaking there are 3 types of these bets- the ones with just straight up bets, the ones with split bets and the ones that contain single number bets AND split bets.
For the former, you are just betting Finales on numbers that end with one number between 0 and 9, so Finale Plein of 1 would be a bet on 1,11,21 and 31 for example. For the last 2, you are betting on numbers that end with 2 numbers.
Table Layout Showing a Finales a Cheval Bet on 3,4 with Straight Up and Split Bets
So for example, a Finales Cheval Plein bet on 1/2 is a bet on 1/2 (split), 11/12 (split), 21, 22, 31/32 (split). The reason you have to play a mixture of straight up bets and split bets is purely down of the design of the betting table. You can't play a split bet on 21/22 as they do not sit next to each other on the betting layout.
Our preference is just to group all Finales bets that target numbers that end in one of 2 numbers in the same area whether they contain straight up bets or not, but we just mention it here as you might see them grouped like this in some casinos.
Table Layout Showing a Finales a Cheval Bet on 6,7
These Finales bets always seem complicated, but they are not really. It's just a group of numbers which have the same last digit (or digits). If you are the kind of player that likes to play lucky numbers, they can be a fun bet to test.
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