# The Vegas Tripping Guide To Roulette and Big Six

You lose if the shooter rolls a 2, 3, or The problem is that the odds of getting a number of matches are small—much smaller than you probably think. This is determined by an arbitrary set of rules. Slot machines in bars and strip clubs have notoriously low payback percentages. The odds are pretty bad but at least you can count it usually being staffed by the front door with an attractive well-endowed dealer. This almost cuts the house edge in half, to 2.

## Big Six Wheel

Usually, the only people who make these sucker bets are drunks and fools who gamble their hard-earned money on a game they know nothing about. As you know by now from all of our other lessons, craps is a game built on mathematics. The key is in their payoffs, which is 1: Take a few moments to see if you can figure it out before reading further.

As are most other bets, the Big 8 and Big 6 are against the number 7. That is, when you make the bet, you gamble that the number will appear before a 7. If it does, you win. But if a 7 appears before the number, then you lose.

Remember that the key is their 1: There are six ways to roll a 7, and only five ways to roll a 6. That means there are more ways for you to lose than win. Where we bet against the 7 and have more ways to lose than win, what do we expect to get for accepting that greater risk? We expect the payoff odds to be better than 1: Can you think of a bet, other than the Big 6, that considers the 6 against the 7?

The answer is the Place bet. The casino payoff odds i. Internet casinos using Gamesys software have two wheel of fortune games. The following table shows the number of stops of each win, what it pays, probability of winning, and house edge. As you can see, every bet has a house edge of 2. The also have a "zero house edge" version. In that game the rules are the same, except: If the wheel stops on the Logo, then any bet besides the Logo shall push, instead of lose.

If the wheel stops on the Joker, then any bet on the Logo shall push, instead of lose. By changing one stop from a loss to a push on all bets, that does indeed make the house edge exactly 0. However, there is a catch. Money Wheel is a similar game to Big Six, but involves multipliers and extra spins. I felt it was significantly different to make a separate page for it. It is a live dealer game by BetGames. For more information, please see my page on Wheel. Wizard of Odds uses cookies, this enables us to provide you with a personalised experience.