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Video roulette downtown?

Discussion in 'Downtown Hotels & Casinos' started by Wifarmer, Mar 10, 2015.

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  1. Wifarmer

    Wifarmer Tourist

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    We'll be staying at the Nugget this weekend to enjoy the Mint 400 race, and we like to spend some time playing video roulette. Either the full video machine or the ones that have an actual table / ball with stations around it. Curious which if any of the casinos downtown will have this game.

    Thanks!
     
  2. Sipsey

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    I don't recall ever having seen it downtown. Have played the full version at Harrah's on the strip.
    But, there is roulette of the conventional variety everywhere downtown, usually at low limits.
     
  3. FullPay

    FullPay High-Roller

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    Four Queens had a few video roulette machines, but I have read that payoffs were set to 32-1. Haven't played them myself.
     
  4. Auggie

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    Most of the Downtown casinos will have that Bally's Roulette game, thats the one where you play by yourself, from as little as 5c chips. Four Queens, Fremont, Vegas Club and Plaza will have it... Binions, Golden Nugget and The D should have it.

    The setup that is an actual wheel (in a bubble) and you bet at a terminal is "Organic Roulette" and you can find that on The Strip, but I've never seen it Downtown... The one with the video screen showing the ball rolling and you bet on terminals is "Roulette Revolution" (IGT) and thats getting rarer in Las Vegas and I think I saw somebody with it Downtown years ago.

    WIth those bigger setups I think part of the issue leading to their scarcity Downtown is that they are usually brought in to offer cheap roulette, but Downtown you can still find cheap roulette with a dealer at a few places so its not really needed.
     
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