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Roulette Dr Sir or Turbo

Discussion in 'Roulette Forum' started by mr j, Mar 12, 2018.

  1. mr j

    mr j Well-Known Member

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    It's the Venetians "triple 0" roulette table. Yes, now 39 total pockets with more ways to win!! :eek:
     
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    but there is no 0 on it, only Sands?

    Okay.

    Ken
     
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    In Las Vegas the Venetian is Sands. I think it's for their three zero wheel.

    In that article the writer refers to the "canoes" as also being called "frets." That's not correct. The "canoes" are also referred to as the "deflectors." "Frets" are not "canoes."
     
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    Thanks you two. I have seen a pic of the 000 wheel before but never the layout.

    Wow and who the hell is playing on it? (lol) Dont you wanna slap them silly?

    Ken
     
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    The same guys that like to split the zeros, while betting each straight up I'm sure would love it.
    KTF and KFC system junkies as well.
     
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    lol, I love it when you call it KFC.

    Ken
     
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    I'd still win on it - and easily.
     
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    You could still win on a 000?

    Whats the HE on that? Around 8%?

    Ken
     
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    7.69% and yes, could still easily do it even on a 0/00/000 wheel
     
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