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Table Games Any $5 minimum roulette on the strip?

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by Geoffers, Apr 23, 2012.

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  1. Geoffers

    Geoffers Tourist

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    All the roulette tables I've seen seem to have a $10 minimum. Does anyone know if there are any $5 minimum tables?
     
  2. rayrat

    rayrat Low-Roller

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    kingpasty High-Roller

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    Not to hijack the thread, but I asked last week about .25 roulette. I understand that you have to bet more per spin (ie $5), but basically wanted to know if anywhere let you play with quarter chips.
     
  4. Groog

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    Anywhere that has rapid roulette should have lower limits - even as low as $2.50 at paris last I checked. Chip minimum is $.50. This is similar at the roulette evolution machines - most $3-$5 minimums with $.50 chips.

    MGM Grand and Mirage have organic roulette - no dealer $5 min and .50 chip.

    King pasty - if you want .25 roulette the only way to play that on the stip is on the Bally's roulette slot machine. Many you can choose denomination .25 upto $1-$5.
     
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    kingpasty High-Roller

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    Thanks Groog! I know El Co has it, but what about other Downtown props? Binion's, Four Queens, etc...
     
  6. FoolsGold

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    Rapid Roulette is played so fast that it can be cheaper for you to play real roulette at a higher per-spin amount.

    Some places advertise cheap roulette. You'll see signs if they do.

    In the High Roller rooms you often get better odds because there will be single zero wheels or European rules, though often at 100 dollars a spin. The Mirage and the Bellagio still offer 25.00 roulette however as well as good odds.
     
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    back to vegas Low-Roller

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    When we were at Harrah's 4/14-4/17 they had a $5 table open several times.
     
  8. tubbypants

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    saw it Bally last week.
     
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    I just left today (typing this on the plane's WiFi) and saw $5 at ExCal & Bills. Saw it one other place too, maybe IP or O'Sheas.
     
  10. ragequittar

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    saw one at Paris on a Tuesday night about a month ago, but it did switch over to $10/min around 8pm.
     
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