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Lucky Colour Chips is a new set of roulette side bets, found at the Macau Casino Complex in Cork, Ireland. It is another way of betting on an individual number. If the ball lands in that number, the win is determined by the roll of three colored dice.

Please click the link and let me know what you think of the game and the page. I'm sure Mr. Casino Games won't mind me saying he is the inventor of this game.

The question for the poll is would you bet the Lucky Colour Chips if playing single-zero roulette anyway?

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May 2nd, 2022 at 11:34:52 AM permalink
You've got a 55% chance of getting ripped off on your payout. I think I'd do better trying to win 3 in a row on the double-up VP bet.
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May 2nd, 2022 at 1:16:13 PM permalink
Do I understand correctly that the dice need to match the colour of the roulette chips that the wager is placed with for odds determination purposes?

I'm not seeing 6 colours on the layout.
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May 2nd, 2022 at 2:26:55 PM permalink
I think so; that makes the name make sense-- the color of your nondenominational slug is your lucky (or unlucky) color.

I don't like it based on a mechanical standpoint; it makes the felt look crowded, and I have the feeling that a lot of people would want to play their lucky numbers on it, so they're now having to drop chips on the main grid, as well as the sidebet grid. Couple that with how the sidebet is in wheel-order, and I bet a decent chunk of people are going to be lost/confused.

On the other hand, tack this onto a digital game? Why not. It wouldn't even need additional equipment, if it shared space with those giant combo roulette/craps/sic-bo units.
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May 2nd, 2022 at 3:24:02 PM permalink
Quote: Venthus

I don't like it based on a mechanical standpoint; it makes the felt look crowded, and I have the feeling that a lot of people would want to play their lucky numbers on it, so they're now having to drop chips on the main grid, as well as the sidebet grid. Couple that with how the sidebet is in wheel-order, and I bet a decent chunk of people are going to be lost/confused.
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... and, of course, the voisins/orphelins/tier racetrack.

I'm assuming there are two dollies, and that only single number bets are allowed for Lucky Colour Chips. This leaves a question on how street bets are placed.

There is a lot going on in that image.
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May 2nd, 2022 at 3:54:00 PM permalink
Quote: Dieter

Quote: Venthus

I don't like it based on a mechanical standpoint; it makes the felt look crowded, and I have the feeling that a lot of people would want to play their lucky numbers on it, so they're now having to drop chips on the main grid, as well as the sidebet grid. Couple that with how the sidebet is in wheel-order, and I bet a decent chunk of people are going to be lost/confused.
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... and, of course, the voisins/orphelins/tier racetrack.

I'm assuming there are two dollies, and that only single number bets are allowed for Lucky Colour Chips. This leaves a question on how street bets are placed.

There is a lot going on in that image.
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Hi,
Yes, only single number bets are allowed for Lucky Colour Chips®.
There is one Dollie, and Three different Markers are used (a Gold-Marker is used when 3 of a kind appear), (a Silver-Marker is used when two of a kind appear) and (a Clay-Marker is used when 3 different colours appear).

There is a gap between the main layout and the (Lucky Colour Chips® Jackpot-Circuit®) so players can make their street and line bets (see layout below).

Also see VIDEO on Lucky Colour Chips® Play-in Macau Casino-Complex. Cork, Ireland.


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May 2nd, 2022 at 5:43:49 PM permalink
That all makes sense, and seems well considered. I hope it is a successful game. Thanks, MrCasinoGames.
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May 2nd, 2022 at 6:19:58 PM permalink
It's interesting.
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May 2nd, 2022 at 6:28:23 PM permalink
Quote: Dieter

That all makes sense, and seems well considered. I hope it is a successful game. Thanks, MrCasinoGames.
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Thanks.
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May 2nd, 2022 at 6:44:15 PM permalink
Congrats on the placement Steven!

You’ll not be surprised to know that I voted that I’m still hopeful for Poker For Roulette.


The official website: http://www.newtablegames.com/roulette-timesreg-lucky-colour-chipsreg.html is hardly descriptive at all. The video doesn’t explain anything.

There’s nothing in either of them, nor in the Wizard’s page, that suggests the lucky color needs to match the players roulette chip color.

Is six the standard number of player colors at roulette? This game won’t work if it’s not.

Note that outside the USA, colour is the correct spelling, so ‘sic’ is not only unnecessary, but potentially insulting.
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May 2nd, 2022 at 6:48:58 PM permalink
Double post
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May 2nd, 2022 at 6:53:28 PM permalink
Quote: DJTeddyBear

The official website: http://www.newtablegames.com/roulette-timesreg-lucky-colour-chipsreg.html is hardly descriptive at all. The video doesn’t explain anything.

There’s nothing in either of them nor in the Wizard’s page, that suggests the lucky color needs to match the players roulette chip color.

Is six the standard number of player colors at roulette? This game won’t work if it’s not.

Note that outside the USA, colour is the correct spelling, so ‘sic’ is not only unnecessary but potentially insulting.
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Hi DJTeddyBear,
For this game, there are only six sets of Color-Chips.

I don't want it to be too descriptive on my website yet, because, there are a lot of copycats out there.

I will update the game on my website when the game has been on a show, like G2E-Vegas or ICE-London.

Lucky Colour Chips® will probably be in ABBIATI Booth at G2E-Vegas this year.

P.S. I also have a VIDEO on dealing procedures for (Lucky Colour Chips®) too, but I will not show it to the public yet.
Once you see the VIDEO and the dealing procedures, then it all makes sense.

BTW, Lucky Colour Chips® ©2007 is Register-Design and Patented. http://bit.ly/2tpf2bf

Hope to see you there DJTeddyBear.
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May 2nd, 2022 at 7:42:33 PM permalink
Quote: DJTeddyBear

There’s nothing in either of them, nor in the Wizard’s page, that suggests the lucky color needs to match the players roulette chip color.

Is six the standard number of player colors at roulette? This game won’t work if it’s not.



I may have misunderstood the rules, but I thought the goal was to match the color of the number (red/black/green) with the dice. Stephen, can you clarify? The math is the same either way.

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Note that outside the USA, colour is the correct spelling, so ‘sic’ is not only unnecessary, but potentially insulting.
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Take it easy, that was a joke. The United States is by far the most populous English-speaking country, so I make no apologies for poking a little fun at the surfeit of silent U's in English English.
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May 2nd, 2022 at 8:08:52 PM permalink
Quote: Wizard

Quote: DJTeddyBear

There’s nothing in either of them, nor in the Wizard’s page, that suggests the lucky color needs to match the players roulette chip color.

Is six the standard number of player colors at roulette? This game won’t work if it’s not.



I may have misunderstood the rules, but I thought the goal was to match the color of the number (red/black/green) with the dice. Stephen, can you clarify? The math is the same either way.

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Note that outside the USA, colour is the correct spelling, so ‘sic’ is not only unnecessary, but potentially insulting.
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Take it easy, that was a joke. The United States is by far the most populous English-speaking country, so I make no apologies for poking a little fun at the surfeit of silent U's in English English.
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Lucky Colour Chips® Rules:

1. Lucky-Colour Chips® is Played with a standard Roulette-wheel to produce a number and three 6-sided Colour-Dice (Live or RNG) to produce three colours per spin.

2. Each Player places one or more bet/s Straight-up on any number on the Lucky-Colour Chips® section of the layout (Jackpot-Circuit®).

3. If the roulette ball lands on the Player’s Roulette-Number, then three 6- Sided Colour-Dice are rolled. Each die has six different colours on it, one for each chips-color.

4. The Players who hit their Roulette-Number is then eligible for a payout depending on the roll of the three dice and how many dice faces match the player’s chip color as follows:

a. All three dice show the Player’s color: Pays 300-to-1.
b. All three dice show the same-color, but not the Player’s color: Pays 70-to-1.
c. Two of the dice show the Player’s color: Pays 70-to-1.
d. Two of the dice are the same-color but not the Player’s color: Pays 40-to-1.
e. All three dice are different colour: Pays 22-to-1.

5. If the Player does not hit their Roulette-Number, their wager is lost.

House-Edge for Single-Zero Roulette: 5.46%.

P.S. For this game, there are only six sets of Color-Chips.
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May 2nd, 2022 at 8:12:51 PM permalink
Quote: DJTeddyBear

There’s nothing in either of them, nor in the Wizard’s page, that suggests the lucky color needs to match the players roulette chip color.
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The paytable seems to yield premium payouts to dice matching a "winning color".

I'm wondering where the "winning color" is determined.
I am assuming it varies somehow.

I am slightly color vision impaired, so maybe I just can't see something that is obvious to the rest. (I have trouble playing Set in certain lighting conditions.)

edit: I see this was just answered above.
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May 2nd, 2022 at 9:09:44 PM permalink
I just rewrote the rules under the understanding the Lucky Color is the color of the chips used to make the winning bet. Please have another look. Once you get it (assuming I do), it's a simple concept, but difficult to put into words.
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May 3rd, 2022 at 6:52:55 AM permalink
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Hi DJTeddyBear,
For this game, there are only six sets of Color-Chips.

Hope to see you there DJTeddyBear.
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But is 6 player colors typical?

And what about the actual colors? How closely will they match? Is there a potential for confusion, and therefore arguments?


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Quote: Wizard

I just rewrote the rules under the understanding the Lucky Color is the color of the chips used to make the winning bet. Please have another look. Once you get it (assuming I do), it's a simple concept, but difficult to put into words.
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Yep. Much better. It DOES make more sense now. 👍
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May 3rd, 2022 at 5:05:55 PM permalink
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But is 6 player colors typical?

And what about the actual colors? How closely will they match? Is there a potential for confusion, and therefore arguments?link to original post

I’m not sure why it was a PM rather than a post, but a member sent me a PM in response to that first question.
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Fine question. I see the chipper has 10 tubes.

I think I usually see 8 colors.
I think 12 would work easily (blue, white/blue, green, white/green, etc.)

Although one space in the chipper is generally reserved for rejects, ten spaces suggests that more than six colors is normal.

And the colors thing really bothers me. Don’t non-value roulette chips use colors that are significantly different than standard cash cheques?

The colors on those dice look awfully standard. Hmmmm…
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May 3rd, 2022 at 8:18:48 PM permalink
I would think an eight or ten color chipper would work with this game, in the same way a ten-player game doesn't need ten player for the chipper to work. Then again, maybe I don't understand your point.
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May 4th, 2022 at 1:25:22 PM permalink
Oh, sure, the chipper would work. My point is, this side bet limits the table to 6 players.

Chippers can handle more than 6 colors, confirming that 6 player max is less than typical.

As such, unless players are actually playing this side bet, the table’s hold could be less than a table with more than 6 colors.
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May 4th, 2022 at 7:48:16 PM permalink
Quote: DJTeddyBear

Oh, sure, the chipper would work. My point is, this side bet limits the table to 6 players.

Chippers can handle more than 6 colors, confirming that 6 player max is less than typical.

As such, unless players are actually playing this side bet, the table’s hold could be less than a table with more than 6 colors.
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There can be more than 6-colors per table.

e,g. the table can have 8-colors, with (6 of the colors are Lucky Colour Chips, that can play the Side-Game) and (2 of the colors are not Lucky Colour Chips, and can't play the Side-Game).
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May 5th, 2022 at 8:18:36 AM permalink
Oh. Makes sense.

But that brings up other problems.

Some players have a favorite color. What if their favorite color is not of the six that play? Or more simply, what if the seventh player to the table (who by default gets one of the 2 colors that don't match) wants to make that side bet? Are you gonna allow it?

I can't believe that gaming would allow a table to be set up where there are bets that only some of the players are allowed to make. Or worse, allow players to make a bet that has different house edges for some of the players.

I do have a simple solution - but it would mean you'll have to change the name of the bet.

Use FOUR ordinary dice, or even craps dice, where one of them is a different color.

The die of the different color is the 'key', while the number of dies of the other color that match the key die's pip value determines the payout.

Everything else is the same, including your payouts and the math you've already done. Every player can play, and there would be no arguments about colors that don't exactly match.

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On a side note, I like the glass dome where the dice are bounced/randomized, but why does it need to be covered?
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May 5th, 2022 at 10:54:24 AM permalink
It might be easier just to use regular dice and, say, multiply their total by an appropriate factor to get a similar payout (or use the trips bonus idea).

btw if it was double zero you could offer Trips 100/1 Pair 2-6s 50/1 others 25/1!
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May 5th, 2022 at 11:18:14 AM permalink
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It might be easier just to use regular dice and, say, multiply their total by an appropriate factor to get a similar payout (or use the trips bonus idea).

btw if it was double zero you could offer Trips 100/1 Pair 2-6s 50/1 others 25/1!
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May 5th, 2022 at 11:31:39 AM permalink
Quote: charliepatrick

It might be easier just to use regular dice and, say, multiply their total by an appropriate factor to get a similar payout (or use the trips bonus idea).

btw if it was double zero you could offer Trips 100/1 Pair 2-6s 50/1 others 25/1!
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That might invite a casino to apply a maximum aggregate payout, and seems to mitigate the interesting feature of the new way to play.
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I suspect if they're happy to pay 35/1 they'd be happy to pay 100/1. The only problem with the dice idea is that it affects every player, so they'd have to pay everyone 100/1, whereas using the coloured dice concept, it only pays the max to one player. (Similar logic to poker based games using common cards where only one person can get royal flush.)
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May 5th, 2022 at 3:56:45 PM permalink
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See Game Show Roulette ® TRIPS® 輪盤 三条™: GameShowRoulette.com
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Hmmm…
Yeah, that’s a lot like the dice alternative that I suggested.
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May 6th, 2022 at 1:34:13 AM permalink
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I suspect if they're happy to pay 35/1 they'd be happy to pay 100/1. The only problem with the dice idea is that it affects every player, so they'd have to pay everyone 100/1, whereas using the coloured dice concept, it only pays the max to one player. (Similar logic to poker based games using common cards where only one person can get royal flush.)
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Hi charliepatrick,

You have got the idea.
That is exactly where I am coming from.

Thanks for explaining it to the readers.
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Quote: charliepatrick

It might be easier just to use regular dice and, say, multiply their total by an appropriate factor to get a similar payout (or use the trips bonus idea).

btw if it was double zero you could offer Trips 100/1 Pair 2-6s 50/1 others 25/1!
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See Game Show Roulette ® TRIPS® 輪盤 三条™: GameShowRoulette.com
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Game Show Roulette ® TRIPS® 輪盤 三条™ Registered Design and Patented.

RULES
1. Each Player places bet/s Straight-up on any number in the TRIPS® Game-Show Roulette® section of the layout (Jackpot-Circuit®).

2. If the roulette ball lands on the Player’s Selected-Number, then three 6-Sided Number-dice (Live or RNG) are rolled. Each die has the following six Number: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6.

3. The Players who hit their Selected-Number on the Roulette wheel is then eligible for one of the following payouts:

a. If the Player hit their Selected-Number and all three dice show 6, the Player wins, pays... to 1.

b. If the Player hit their Selected-Number and all three dice show 5, the Player wins, pays... to 1.

c. If the Player hit their Selected-Number and all three dice are the same Number (other than 6 or 5), the Player wins, pay... to 1.

d. If the Player hit their Selected-Number and...

e. If the Player hit their Selected-Number and...

f. If the Player hit their Selected-Number and...

g. If the Player hit their Selected-Number and...

4. If the Player did not hit their Selected-Number, they lose their bets.

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VIDEO-Demo on Lucky Colour-Chips® TRIPS®.
VIDEO-1. https://vimeo.com/734619485
VIDEO-2. https://vimeo.com/734619433

L​ucky Colour-Chips® TRIPS®. http://bit.ly/3m9NMZt
​Math at Wizard of Odds: LuckyColourchipsWoO.com

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Stephen Au-Yeung (Legend of New Table Games®) NewTableGames.com
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