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Discussion in 'Casinomeister's Poker Room' started by trickster, Apr 1, 2016.

    Apr 1, 2016
  1. trickster

    trickster Dormant account

    Moscow, Russia
    I have seen that some casinos offer different types of roulettes, sometimes even from different providers, ....This may seem strange to me, but what's the advantage to the casino?

    PS: couldn't find any more appropriate part of the forum to post! :confused: :)
  2. Apr 1, 2016
  3. petro

    petro Dormant account, per user request PABnoaccred2 PABaccred

    If your question is: "Why do casinos offer roulette from different providers?"
    Some roulettes have different rules. I.e. American Roulette and European Roulette. And some people would have a preference for one set of rules over the other.

    Another reason I can think of is that the providers might offer bulk deals to the casino, so it doesn't cost the casino anything to have multiple copies of the same game.
    I can think of other reasons such as: aesthetic appeal, some people might prefer the colours or the sound of one roulette over the other.
  4. Apr 1, 2016
  5. trickster

    trickster Dormant account

    Moscow, Russia
    Those are valid reasons, but I can't remember off-head for now.... I will come back to this post when I see it again but I remember seeing ER from two different providers in the same casino, may be it's down to the aesthetic appeal!
    Your signature should be used to educate people about gambling especially the part that completes that verse (Bet only what you can afford to lose i.e what's excess)
  6. Jun 9, 2016
  7. lomakin

    lomakin Dormant account

    But all kinds of roullete have the different types, and it means different functional... Or i don`t understand question?
  8. Jun 9, 2016
  9. MrSilver

    MrSilver Experienced Member webby MM

    Writer, Blogger, Video reviewer, Casino critique a
    Dans un Casino près de chez vous...
    The reason why Casino have more than 1 Roulette table is simply because they wish to offer Various range of betting level : Low, Medium and High stakes.....therefore, understand that there is "Normally" 3 type of Roulette tables, infact more than this but the most popular are:

    - American (double Zero)
    - French*
    - European

    *The most popular is "La Partage" French table.....which give you back part of your money if it's land on the Green Zero for outside bets.

    since we know 3 type of tables, in that case, a Good Casino would need to have atleast 2 tables of each.....also, another reason is to please peoples who love doing multiple outside bet......some players (including myself) can simultaneously place bets on 4 tables+ at the same time!

    Overall, if a casino only have 1 or 2 tables.....it can be very boring ;)
  10. Jun 14, 2016
  11. Vicky

    Vicky Dormant account

    gambling, freelance
    Also you can find several types of ER in one casino. I also didn't understand why a single casino needs 5 types of the same roulette. Then I came to a conclusion that looks do matter for players. Some like 3d roulette, others like black and white roulette, yet others like multi-wheeled roulette and etc. The differens between ER, AR and FR is obvious so I won't tell you about this :rolleyes:

    P.S. By the way, guys, can someone recommend me a good online casino which has a min. bet amount (1 chip) on a roulette somewhere between 0.25$ and 0.50$?

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