Lucky Roulette Spin in Vegas (1 Viewer)

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So here's the quick story. Vegas trip a month or two back with a buddy. Did ok gambling but spent a lot of money on food and drinks. The last day had some "extra" spending money with take home money in an envelope locked in the safe. Played some poker at Bellagio and had some bad beats and went on tilt and lost $600.

Walking back to Planet Hollywood at around midnight and reached into my pocket and had $400 left in my money clip and a few random bills. My wife always plays roulette and bets on Black and 22 (her sports #). I looked at my buddy and said "one final bet??", he says F it, go for it. So I walk up to a random roulette table that only has one player, I put $200 on Black and $25 on the number 22. Told the Dealer to hit it and I'll give her big tip. Boom, frickin 22 hits and my $225 turns into $1,300! $50 tip to the dealer, cashed out, went straight to the cage and then up to the room to catch an early flight in the morning. All my losses for that last day were replenished and my only costs for the trip for food and drink. Vegas.......

Link below should work to view the video I took of the spin.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/U4UZ8uTjJ83HH4WZA
 

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triple zero roulette :rolleyes:
:cry::cry::cry:

Yep, most of the casinos are moving to triple zero now.

They also have single or dual station automatic (no dealer) roulette. There is a timer and you have a digital betting screen in front of you. Timer counts down and the ball is dropped automatically (at least it's a real ball). Once the spin is finished, the center lifts up to reset the ball and the cycle starts all over.

These units have lower betting limits, $5 minimum. But it felt like you were getting in 3x the number of spins because there isn't a dealer to collect and pay out chips.

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Yeah, at first the dealer said no, but then said go ahead as the pit boss wasn’t paying attention. But people also Vlog all the time and record action in a casino so I don’t see what the big deal is.
They don’t like taping the actually wheel spin, craps etc. very cool u hit and got to record it!
 
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