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Table Games Single zero roulette

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by dewey089, Mar 7, 2013.

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  1. dewey089

    dewey089 Guru of Value

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    At last! They used to have this some years ago, but it was one table only, it disappeared when I was there last. Always good to play single zero. Thanks for the update
     
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    Jersey_Bill High-Roller

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    Excellent !! I may get back to Caesars in April to offer up my best NateDog impression... on full tilt. Wonder if I can bet a Complete at the $0.05 level....

    JZB
     
  4. jrinct1

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    Probably start at 25$ and up.
     
  5. Geoffers

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    Thanks for the info. Always love playing single zero roulette - it's a slower way of losing my dollars.
    Any others on the strip?
     
  6. Groog

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    At first I was like "they already have it in the high limit area" but after reading I see they will have it out on the floor - kind of like Aria.

    I'd love for somebody to report what the min and maximum's are and if there is any chance they have progressive bets or anyway to the number types.
     
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    Mirage has it on the floor, usually $25 min.
     
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    The Riviera has single zero roulette.
     
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    acoluzzi Low-Roller

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    Riviera had single zero at the five dollar level for all of a couple months. A couple tables there last April then poof disappeared by August.
     
  10. boo

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    Thanks! I'll check it out next month.

    Palazzo also has single zero roulette out on the floor. It was $25 on a Friday night last month.
     
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    larryg Low-Roller

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    Thanks, Dewey!

    The article mentions European roulette, but the text of the article makes it sound like Dewey's description (single zero) might be correct. The big difference: single zero alone reduces the house edge on even money bets from 5.26% to 2.7%. In European roulette, adding en prison (in effect, landing on zero loses just half your bet) reduces the edge to 1.35%.

    If anyone checks it out, could you report back?
     
  12. Ben Jammin

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    Single Zero?

    It's been around the Strip for Years! usually at least a $25 dollar minimum.

    $50 on the weekends when it's busy.

    Never played it.

    Used to be a single zero table at the Stratosphere with a $10 minimum. In the same pit, 30 feet away was a $5 double zero table. The $10 dollar table had a player or two, but the $5 dollar table was packed.

    Dumb tourists.

    Remember, at 2.7% house advantage it's still a bad bet compared to Craps, Baccarat, or Black Jack which can be as low as one half of one percent if played correctly. (3 to 2 on a Black Jack) DAS DOA RS4X etc.

    On $25 Roulette the casino is making half as much on 5 times the bet ($5 table).

    El Cortez has a few $1 roulette tables that are usually packed, but you can get a seat there most any time.

    Klondike Sunset may be a Pit, but it has .10 cent Roulette (4 tables).

    You can spread the whole table for $3.80!

    Most casinos have a $5 table, some $10.

    Learn Video Poker.
     
  13. dewey089

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    Actually the 2.7% applies to betting the numbers as well. Eliminating one zero affects the entire game. The "en prison" rule only affects the even money bets.

    When Paris has their European wheel it was actually set up a bit differently as well. I can't remember the details.
     
  14. PeterNY

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    Played a single roulette table for a few hours at MGM Grand in November. I remember that they had it at Stratosphere and Aria as well at some point. :peace:
     
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