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December 9th, 2021 at 6:36:59 PM permalink
Well saw my first triple zero table. An E-roulette.

All three zeros were bunched together at one corner.

Green pays 11:1.

Otherwise all payouts like normal.

Good news? Crowded casino but empty table. Not one seat taken.



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December 10th, 2021 at 7:19:34 AM permalink
Isn't 11-1 what Green is supposed to pay, since that's what any street of three pays? That's also the normal payout listed on the Wizard's site. Or are you just comparing it to the 17-1 that Green pays on a double-zero wheel?

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December 10th, 2021 at 8:22:08 AM permalink
I've only played electronic roulette on a few occasions when I was chasing a promo but I'm oddly disturbed by them putting the three greens together.
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December 10th, 2021 at 8:47:19 AM permalink
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Isn't 11-1 what Green is supposed to pay, since that's what any street of three pays? That's also the normal payout listed on the Wizard's site. Or are you just comparing it to the 17-1 that Green pays on a double-zero wheel?

"Let those that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a wheel; and that number is Six Zeroes"
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Yes, I was comparing it to wagering on regular green Roulette.
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December 10th, 2021 at 8:47:48 AM permalink
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I've only played electronic roulette on a few occasions when I was chasing a promo but I'm oddly disturbed by them putting the three greens together.
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On a physical wheel, I would have raised an eyebrow as well, but it is electronic, so the locations of the numbers on the wheel are irrelevant.
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December 10th, 2021 at 8:50:22 AM permalink
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I've only played electronic roulette on a few occasions when I was chasing a promo but I'm oddly disturbed by them putting the three greens together.
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On a physical wheel, I would have raised an eyebrow as well, but it is electronic, so the locations of the numbers on the wheel are irrelevant.
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Fully understood, but it smells bad.
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December 10th, 2021 at 9:26:12 AM permalink
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I've only played electronic roulette on a few occasions when I was chasing a promo but I'm oddly disturbed by them putting the three greens together.
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On a physical wheel, I would have raised an eyebrow as well, but it is electronic, so the locations of the numbers on the wheel are irrelevant.
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I only see that grouping on the tote board.

I am assuming the numbers immediately below the "NO MORE BETS" on the layout correspond with a wheel layout.

Is this a stadium style game?
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December 10th, 2021 at 10:24:47 AM permalink
My under/over for when we see quadruple zero game in a US land based casino is June 1, 2025.
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December 10th, 2021 at 10:51:40 AM permalink
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I am assuming the numbers immediately below the "NO MORE BETS" on the layout correspond with a wheel layout.


I think those are the most recent numbers hit. With individual betting terminals, it probably works better than a single tower.
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December 10th, 2021 at 11:27:55 AM permalink
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I am assuming the numbers immediately below the "NO MORE BETS" on the layout correspond with a wheel layout.


I think those are the most recent numbers hit. With individual betting terminals, it probably works better than a single tower.
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OK. I'm happy to stand corrected.

A quick review of the TCS John Huxley website shows that at least some of their triple zero wheels seem to group the zeroes together, just as indicated on the tote board.
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December 10th, 2021 at 11:53:02 AM permalink
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My under/over for when we see quadruple zero game in a US land based casino is June 1, 2025.
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Just in time for Draftkings to open their first full blown casino. Evenbob could still beat it easy peasy.
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December 10th, 2021 at 12:17:58 PM permalink
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I've only played electronic roulette on a few occasions when I was chasing a promo but I'm oddly disturbed by them putting the three greens together.
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On a physical wheel, I would have raised an eyebrow as well, but it is electronic, so the locations of the numbers on the wheel are irrelevant.
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No, it was on the physical layout as well.

The wheel was a physical glass enclosure type and the wheel matched the graphic layout of the pic.

The reason I didn't take a pic of the wheel itself was the wheel had no lighting and I couldn't get a clear pic. It was dark and difficult to see even from a seated or standing position.

It was a rather large table but singular, not stadium. I didn't count seats but I estimate about twelve in all.
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December 10th, 2021 at 12:33:36 PM permalink
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I've only played electronic roulette on a few occasions when I was chasing a promo but I'm oddly disturbed by them putting the three greens together.
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On a physical wheel, I would have raised an eyebrow as well, but it is electronic, so the locations of the numbers on the wheel are irrelevant.


No, it was on the physical layout as well.

The wheel was a physical glass enclosure type and the wheel matched the graphic layout of the pic.

The reason I didn't take a pic of the wheel itself was the wheel had no lighting and I couldn't get a clear pic. It was dark and difficult to see even from a seated or standing position.

It was a rather large table but singular, not stadium. I didn't count seats but I estimate about twelve in all.
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I didn't realize there was a physical wheel along with the displayed one. Having them together on the physical wheel doesn't pass the smell test. It's possible that somebody wanted it that way to be able to allow a 13th block of three numbers for the Chinese Horoscope bets.
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December 10th, 2021 at 12:37:27 PM permalink
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I've only played electronic roulette on a few occasions when I was chasing a promo but I'm oddly disturbed by them putting the three greens together.
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On a physical wheel, I would have raised an eyebrow as well, but it is electronic, so the locations of the numbers on the wheel are irrelevant.


No, it was on the physical layout as well.

The wheel was a physical glass enclosure type and the wheel matched the graphic layout of the pic.

The reason I didn't take a pic of the wheel itself was the wheel had no lighting and I couldn't get a clear pic. It was dark and difficult to see even from a seated or standing position.

It was a rather large table but singular, not stadium. I didn't count seats but I estimate about twelve in all.
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I didn't realize there was a physical wheel along with the displayed one. Having them together on the physical wheel doesn't pass the smell test. It's possible that somebody wanted it that way to be able to allow a 13th block of three numbers for the Chinese Horoscope bets.
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It's this one I observed.

https://www.tcsjohnhuxley.com/products/saturn-triple-zero-roulette-wheel

Watch the video and it's clear how the layout looks
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December 10th, 2021 at 5:59:02 PM permalink
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… Having them together on the physical wheel doesn't pass the smell test…
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I thought the same thing. But, yeah, they are grouped like that on all on the live dealer tables I’ve seen. But the 000 is often the casino logo.

And that means it’s probably not that tricky to change. Otherwise there might be issues if you wanted to sell old wheels to low budget casinos.

For the record, I created math for my Poker For Roulette game for triple zero games as well as double zero.

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