A Corner Bet in Roulette is a type of wager where you place your chips at the corner where four numbers meet on the roulette layout. By doing so, you’re betting that one of these four numbers will be the winning number on the next spin. This type of bet is also sometimes referred to as a Square Bet or a Quarter Bet.
The payout for a Corner Bet is 8 to 1, meaning if your bet wins, you receive eight times your wager plus your original bet back. For instance, if you bet $10 on a corner and win, you would receive $80 in winnings plus your original $10 bet.
The Corner Bet covers a bit more of the roulette table compared to a straight-up bet (betting on a single number) or a split bet (betting on two adjacent numbers), offering a higher chance of winning but with lower payouts compared to these more specific bets. It’s a popular choice for players who want to cover more numbers without spreading their bets too thinly across the table.