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Table Games Single zero roulette

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by Fortuna, Jun 12, 2015.

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  1. Fortuna

    Fortuna Tourist

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    Hey guys,

    Anyone know where I can find single zero roulette on the strip or even downtown? Also what the minimum bet might be?

    Thanks
     
  2. RiddickBull

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    All the single roulette I have seen has been in HL rooms on the strip.

    The min is usually 100
     
  3. UKFanatic

    UKFanatic The Arbiter of Taste Caviar Kid

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    I have played it at a $100 minimum at Mandalay Bay, MGM (although it is usually higher), Cosmo, Aria, and Venetian. I have played it at $300 minimums at Bellagio and Wynn
     
  4. makikiboy

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    I remember the strat having a single 0 table a year or so ago but not sure about now.
     
  5. Fortuna

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    Thanks guys. FYI I found one at bellagio for $100. Wish I never saw the dam thing:thumbsdown:
     
  6. RiddickBull

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    Roulette is evil. It's like a spinning slot machine.
     
  7. pilot4300

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    MGM Grand two single zero tables on the main floor. One is usually open all the time ($25 minimum daytimes, $50-$75-$100 at night or if it gets busy) and the other usually only opens during peak times on weekend nights, if at all. The dealers are usually the same few people. They are pretty friendly and are good at not spinning until everybody is ready - in other words, they don't rush the game. I've played that table many times.

    There is also one in the "Mansion" area but I have never got close enough to it to see the minimum - though I've rarely seen a player at it. Probably $100-$200.
     
  8. UKFanatic

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    That's the wheel I referenced in my post above
     
  9. buddhaluv

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    for years monte had one can't confirm if still there
     
  10. fuseli

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    ...but at least single zero is only half as evil!
    Palazzo has one at $25 min during the day, goes up to $50 when busier. Right on the corner of the main "junction" of walkways.
     
  11. UKFanatic

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    I hadn't thought about that one til you mentioned it. It was the first single zero wheel I ever played. It was in the MC high limit area, but it is gone now. When they put the new bar in there a few years back, it took the place of the wheel
     
  12. blackjacker2

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    Hi. I played at a single zero table at the Mirage in March, $25 minimum bet as was the one I played at in the MGM mentioned above.

    I have vowed never to play the double zero wheel again for any kind of serious money - we have single zero over here in the UK and it my preference, as we all know, the house edge is lower and with European rules you can get half your money back if it goes in zero on certain even money bets.
     
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  14. ahalifko

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    Bellagio has one out on the main floor. I think it's on a corner placement near the cage. I've seen it as low as a $25 min during very early AM hours (3-6am), but they raise it up fairly quickly the more crowded it gets. You can usually catch it at $50 min during most hours and at $100 on the weekends. I almost always quick hit it when I walk through with $100 outside bets.:peace:
     
  15. Malibugolfer

    Malibugolfer High-Roller

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    Aria has one on the maim floor that is $60 but only open if things are busy and usually at night.
     
  16. UKFanatic

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    $60? Is that a typo?
     
  17. Bo333

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    The one at the MGM is across from the caps tables. It's usually $25.
     
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    The Cosmo one in the hl room was $200 a couple weeks ago. I've seen a $25 one on the floor at mirage though.
     
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    The one at Aria was $50 when I was there so I'm guessing a typo.
     
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  20. Malibugolfer

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    UK, no it's not, oddly enough.
    I play more than that but people come up periodically and lay down a red or a green on black and get told it's $60. That's how I noticed. I just saw the single zero before I sat down.
    Last time was a couple months ago.
    I'll be there next week and look again.
     
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