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    American Roulette at Evolution

    As foreshadowed by LD last month, Evolution Gaming have opened an American Roulette (double zero) table.



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    The new live table is currently available at Grosvenor, Leo Vegas, Mr Green, Unibet & William Hill.


    But before you get started you may need to update/change your browser....the game won't play under Internet Explorer,


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    Here it is then, a multiple camera HD table, complete with standing dealer and the new Silver blackjack tables in the background.


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    American Roulette.....it's all about the green double-zero(00).


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    The old familiar green zero still crops up & the theoretical return-to-player percentage is stated as 94.74.


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    A few more pics including the table limits (at Will Hill) & rules (just in case there's any confusion ).


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    Thanks for that Fester.

    & the theoretical return-to-player percentage is stated as 94.74
    ...which begs the question, with their European Roulette table returning 97.3%, and French Roulette table returning 98.65% (for even money bets), who will play the American Roulette table, and why?

    Every/any bet you place on this table (straight up..including on 0 or 00, red/black, odd/even etc), offers inferior returns to the corresponding bet on the European and French tables).

    What am I missing here?
    'coz good old fashioned real random beats simulated random any day

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    ...and a short vid to give you a better feel for how the game is presented...

    'coz good old fashioned real random beats simulated random any day

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    The only "plus" (if it can be considered like that) is $0,2 minimum bet ($0,4 for Unibet, Betsafe and maybe some others). Not my cup of tea.

    If you wanna me to play, then 36 to 1 should pay ! LOL. But they will not change anything, cause 90 players are betting right and they agree with 35 to 1.
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    cause 90 players are betting right and they agree with 35 to 1
    Yeah crazy. A lot of players don't seem to care about returns....otherwise slots wouldn't be so popular!
    'coz good old fashioned real random beats simulated random any day

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