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Table Games Single Zero Roulette

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by Robert Heffner, Aug 5, 2019.

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  1. Robert Heffner

    Robert Heffner Tourist

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    Anyone know of any Single Zero Roulette tables in Las Vegas?
     
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    Yes, Cromwell has single zero roulette on the main floor last time I was there. Not sure if it is en prison rule. Most of the true single zero roulette with European 'en prison' rules is found in high limit rooms with minimums starting from $25 to $100.
     
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  3. bubbakitty

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    Fremont has it for a nickel........

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    almost all the MGM properties have at least 1 single zero table. Most are in the HL rooms. MGM has one out on the floor near the craps tables
     
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    make sure its a true European table,they have a single zero table on the floor at the mirage but its not 50% back on the even money shots if zero comes in.
     
  6. bubbakitty

    bubbakitty Doing retirement again and happily so....

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    I just want to repeat....5 cents at the Fremont. With good drink service. :drunk: :beer:
     
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    Yeah, but its a roulette slot? The few times I have sat down at a roulette slot, I quickly realized that they don't offer true roulette payouts, which makes the HA astronomical. Even the pic you posted, it shows the splits only paying 16 to 1
     
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    The payout for Roulette slots are usually the same or worse than double zero roulette, let alone single zero roulette with en prison rules. That being said, the payouts for roulette slots might be better than regular slot machines.

    If the objective is just drink service, then any nickel or penny slot that allows 1 line betting is the way to go.
     
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    I know for a fact that they have single zero in the HL room at Mandalay Bay and Wynn
     
  10. Robert Heffner

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    Thanks, will be at Wynn
     
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    Not sure if this is an issue for you, but when I was at Wynn, the single zero roulette table had a pretty high minimum, $100 I think.
     
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    Oh yes. We pay a 5 $ cover and just spin 100 times, make a profit, and spin for 2 or 3 coin spins. But no—-bad oaytable like penny keno. It’s just a vehicle for free drinks as no one approaches and (yet) tells us we aren’t playing enough.
     
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    I would guess its just a matter of time but they all go away(on the strip) didnt MGM become the latest to put a new triple 0 wheel last week
     
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    $100 only when its slow. Its not unusual to see $300 when its busy. But there are usually two tables open in the Wynn HL and one in the Encore HL. Good luck @Robert Heffner
     
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    Yeah they often short the single/double/triple number payouts. But if you bet the outside it's a good deal.
     
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    Interesting if you look at the picture there is a message that states it takes $3 coin-in for 1 slot point. Not sure what that's all about.
     
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    60 bets later you earn a bonus point. Not tier. We don’t even put our card in on penny keno or nickel roulette to avoid the inevitable WTF from the host.
     
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    Yes indeed. I think the lowest single zero roulette table on the Strip is the one at Cromwell. It's usually $25 even during busy times. Does anyone know a table that's cheaper than that and still single 0
     
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    Bellagio has one that is almost always $100 table minimum
     
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    Less than $25? No. But there are a few others that are $25
     
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