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Table Games Double action roulette?

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by Ulose, Nov 5, 2013.

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  1. Ulose

    Ulose Tourist

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    Anyone have any info on these? I heard they had a few in Vegas. How did they fair? Still there? If so, where?
     
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    I believe Red Rock (or M?) was the only place I heard that had it. Sounded like fun, but I am not about to venture out that far. I think the odds are over 1,000 to one you will pick both numbers.

    Edit: Actually the M Resort. 1200:1 odds according to the picture that the number will be the same on both wheels.

    Link to article
     
  3. RedArrow

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    1200-1 is the payoff. The actual odds against hitting a specified number on both wheels at once are 1443 to 1. Not a player-friendly wager.
     
  4. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    Definitely not player friendly. But its cool to think about. These odds mean it will hit once every few days (assuming there is somewhat consistent action at the game). Imagine the roar every couple days when it does hit :popcorn
     
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    I'll give any game a little bit of action. Sounds like fun...I definitely would not play it regularly. If I come across the game on my next trip, I'll play for a coupke spins
     
  6. Tellafriend

    Tellafriend High-Roller

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    I've never seen it and have played roulette most everywhere. However, I heard that it was the M and I've never been there.
     
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    CenterfieldNine Low-Roller

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    Not at M anymore

    Unless there has been a sighting at the M specifically since Spring of this year -- it's no longer at the M.

    Spoke with a floor and he confirmed it was out and very unlikely to come back. The read i got on him was that they were sweating the infrequent-ish huge hits. seems crazy due to the awful odds on those 1200 to 1 hits but i buy it, since they were quite obviously sweating a black inside roulette player next door to me that day. Maybe it came in at the wrong time and the casino had an early downswing on the install; also IIRC it was someone related to M Resort who had invented the game but i could be off base on that.

    Im unfortunately putting this one on the extinction list which is a shame. I was looking for a way to supplement my "Big 6" donation drives... now i just have to wait for them to invent a BJ table where 21 is a push!
     
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