A street bet is a wager on three adjacent numbers that form a row on the betting layout. By placing a chip on the outside vertical line and aligning it with one of the first column numbers, you are betting on that particular number plus the two numbers on its right side forming a row. Chip F is situated on the 13 street.
This is a three-numbered bet that covers 13, 14 and 15 with one chip. Placing three chips on the 13 street is effectively the same as playing the 13, 14 and 15 straight up for one chip each. The street bet pays 11 to 1 for each chip, so three chips will win you 33. When placing each number straight up with one chip, the two losing chips will be removed and the one winning chip will remain to pay 35 chips. Thirty-five chips minus two losing chips equals the same 33 chips net.
Make sure that the chip does not touch part of the number below (the 16 for our Chip F example) or above it (the 10). Otherwise, it will be considered a six-number bet instead of a three-number, or street bet. Chip G is placed right where the 0, 00 and 2 boxes all intersect. It is not a row, but it is a three-number bet covering those numbers.
Also, the 0, 1 and 2 combination and the 00, 2 and 3 combination bets are made in a similar manner. Just place the chip where the three numbers intersect. If you look at the 12 different rows plus the three-number betting combinations involving zeroes, there are 15 different ways to make a street bet. If the 0, 00 or 2 came in on the next spin, then Chip G will win 11 to 1. Any other chips that do not have the winning number as part of their combination will be lost.