Roulette and SicBo

shawnh

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Hi all...
Would anyone happen to have or know of, a list of casinos (doesn't matter which gaming provider) that accepts Roulette or SicBo play to satisfy their wagering requirements? It doesn't seem too common....

Thanks
Shawn
 

Scooter7

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Hi all...
Would anyone happen to have or know of, a list of casinos (doesn't matter which gaming provider) that accepts Roulette or SicBo play to satisfy their wagering requirements? It doesn't seem too common....

Thanks
Shawn

The casinos are rightfully protecting themselves against people betting red/black together to rush through the WR on bonuses with less risk (when the 0 rule is used, the HA is only about 1.38%), but Sic Bo has such a huge house edge that I never understood why some casinos exclude it.

You're better off with BJ (using basic strategy) at almost any casino that allows BJ for WR.
 

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The casinos are rightfully protecting themselves against people betting red/black together to rush through the WR on bonuses with less risk (when the 0 rule is used, the HA is only about 1.38%), but Sic Bo has such a huge house edge that I never understood why some casinos exclude it.
The house edge on the big or small bets in sic bo is 1/36, not much bigger than 1/37 on standard European roulette. You can also hedge your bets at sic bo for a guaranteed loss of 1/31.
 

Scooter7

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The house edge on the big or small bets in sic bo is 1/36, not much bigger than 1/37 on standard European roulette. You can also hedge your bets at sic bo for a guaranteed loss of 1/31.

Thanks Grandmaster, I didn't know Sic Bo could be hedged so well. I was thinking of the individual bets having such a good HA instead of thinking about how to combine them successfuly.
 

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Hi all...
Would anyone happen to have or know of, a list of casinos (doesn't matter which gaming provider) that accepts Roulette or SicBo play to satisfy their wagering requirements? It doesn't seem too common....

Thanks
Shawn
Any of the Microgaming Clearplay/eZBonuses
 

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Hi all...
Would anyone happen to have or know of, a list of casinos (doesn't matter which gaming provider) that accepts Roulette or SicBo play to satisfy their wagering requirements? It doesn't seem too common....
Thanks
Shawn
Can't think of many that allow SicBo, but then I've never played it & wouldn't particularly look for it in T&C's...

As above, all MG's with 'flexi-bonuses' are OK for Roulette, as are Player Preferred, Kismet, CoN, Mansion & Global Player. But the best you'll get at most of these is 50% towards wagering (single zero version).
 

shawnh

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Thanks for the replies everyone. I guess I should've been just a wee bit more specific - I'm looking for casinos that *don't* accept blackjack to satisfy wagering requirements, but *do* accept Roulette/SicBo. I would certainly play blackjack if I had the choice between the 3 games.

Thanks
Shawn
 

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