Burswood Nominees Limited ABN 24 078 250 307 a.t.f. The Burswood Property Trust ABN 35 491 489 282 trading as Burswood Entertainment Complex Managed by Burswood Resort (Management) Limited ABN 68 009 396 945 Great Eastern Highway, Burswood, Western Australia ROULETTE PO Box 500 Victoria Park, Western Australia 6979 Tel: 61 8 9362 7777 Fax: 61 8 9470 1789 email@example.com www.burswood.com.au SInGLE 0 dOUBLE 0 ROULETTE ROULETTE InTROdUcTIOn InTROdUcTIOn Roulette is an exciting game with a number of different ways to Double Zero Roulette is an exciting game with a number of bet. Each Player can be given different coloured chips to avoid different ways to bet. All the principles of the game are the same confusion when placing their bets. The value of the chips are set as the game of Roulette with the single zero (0). to the table minimum, although they can be set at a higher value upon request. Coloured chips are only valid on the table at which TO PLay they were purchased, so remember to exchange them for cash chips when you leave the table. Cash chips can also be used and Place your bets on your chosen numbers or betting areas on are available from any table, and can be played on any table. the table in front of you until the Croupier announces “no more bets”. When the ball comes to rest, the Croupier calls out the The Roulette wheel consists of 37 numbers slots, 1 to 36 and winning number. zero. The betting layout consists of every individual number as well as a variety of “outside” or combination bets. Shown below are details of the types of bets which may be placed on a game of Double Zero Roulette (and the odds you TO PLay can win) and table layout which shows the positioning and appearance of the numbers. You place your bets on your chosen numbers or sections, on the table in front of you until the Croupier announces “no more bets”. When the ball comes to rest, the Croupier calls out the winning number. The fun and excitement is heightened by the many ways you can bet. Shown below are details of the types of bets which may be placed on a game of Roulette (and the odds you can win). All even money and 2 to 1 bets lose when a zero or double zero is spun. Return to Players - The house margin for Double Zero Roulette is 5.26% Note: Where the winning outcome is zero (0), all bets will lose except a Straight Up bet placed on zero (0) or a Split, Street or Corner combination bet which includes zero (0). Return To Players - The house margin for Single 0 Roulette is 2.7%.
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