NokTang
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April 28th, 2014 at 8:53:37 PM permalink
After playing a lot of single zero roulette here in Cambodia, I think I can beat the game.

Can anyone advise where/if single zero is available in the U.S.A.?

The thought of playing "American Roulette" with both a single and double "0" disgust me. It must be the highest "house advantage" game on the casino floor.

Thank you.
onenickelmiracle
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April 28th, 2014 at 8:59:03 PM permalink
Best I know you have to play in the high limit room probably $100 minimum.
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April 28th, 2014 at 9:13:14 PM permalink
Quote: onenickelmiracle

Best I know you have to play in the high limit room probably $100 minimum.



Yeah, there is a couple in Vegas, most notably Venetian and Mandalay Bay. Not sure about other casinos.

They are quite commonly found in HL areas.

Good luck in beating the game, you are going to need it!!! :)
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NokTang
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April 28th, 2014 at 9:17:48 PM permalink
Quote: Tomspur

Yeah, there is a couple in Vegas, most notably Venetian and Mandalay Bay. Not sure about other casinos.

They are quite commonly found in HL areas.

Good luck in beating the game, you are going to need it!!! :)



Thanks for both of you. I looked at the WOV section which has a list for Las Vegas. Just wanting to update my thinking. I wouldn't really want to play in a high limit "area" due to the higher level of security and showmanship etc.. Just a simply single zero wheel will suit me fine and dandy. The streaks in the single zero game are a sight to behold. I wish I had taken a photograph.
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April 28th, 2014 at 9:31:19 PM permalink
MGM Grand has it on the main floor. Be careful though, because they also have double zero out there. The single zero wheel is near the pit with all the S17 blackjack, across from the craps tables. About half way between high limit slots and the "whiskey down" bar / high limit area.

I have no idea what the minimums are like. Probably very high at night on a Friday or Saturday, especially after a major event at the grand garden arena. More reasonable during the week or during the day.

Your comment that you think you can beat the game is worrisome. You cannot.
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April 28th, 2014 at 11:09:39 PM permalink
MGM and Aria have $25 min single 0 with European rules during off peak hours. It is $50 or even $100 when it is really busy. The single zero at Venetian and Palazzo do not offer European rules, it is just a wheel with one zero. Each has a single table with a $25 min.
NokTang
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April 29th, 2014 at 1:14:40 AM permalink
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Your comment that you think you can beat the game is worrisome. You cannot.



Had you seen the results in Nagaworld, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, the last two weeks you would not say that. The game runs in streaks and you have to have the courage to jump on them. It's simple really. Don't play scared or with scared money
AxiomOfChoice
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April 29th, 2014 at 1:45:27 AM permalink
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Had you seen the results in Nagaworld, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, the last two weeks you would not say that. The game runs in streaks and you have to have the courage to jump on them. It's simple really. Don't play scared or with scared money



Gambler's fallacy at it's finest.

Didn't you recently say in another thread that you were a recovering gambling addict? This is not good....
NokTang
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April 29th, 2014 at 2:18:50 AM permalink
Quote: AxiomOfChoice

Gambler's fallacy at it's finest.

Didn't you recently say in another thread that you were a recovering gambling addict? This is not good....



Yes, your memory is correct. While I can guess your point, that each spin isn't related to the last one, the same as we often say about rolling dice, when a person sees an unbelievable sequence of events his mind starts to wonder if it is in fact a matter of "fact" that these streaks happen and frequently in a particular game and set of rules etc.. They even sped up the their spinning of the wheel's in an attempt to get this stuff stopped to no avail. With the wheel racing around at unbelievable speed and enough clatter as the ball fell could not get the stuff to cease. In addition, I might add, there was once an accidental rake of a wager which caused surveillance to be called and the game delayed. Nothing they tried worked, streak after streak after streak. And, I was the only one who noticed and wagerd on same. The Asian's are strictly numbers players some placing chips on each and every number including zero. A remarkable sight, the same amount, on each number, for one spin, by not just one player but several! Have you ever even imagined such a sight in a live cash real money game?
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April 29th, 2014 at 2:28:44 AM permalink
Quote: NokTang

Had you seen the results in Nagaworld, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, the last two weeks you would not say that. The game runs in streaks and you have to have the courage to jump on them. It's simple really. Don't play scared or with scared money




this is great news. courage and confidence can overcome 350 years of probability mathematics. blaise pascal is gonna be so pissed.

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