This Big Six Wheel a casino game which provides unequal chances of winning the wager. The game is played using a large wheel is vertical that can spin. The game can be played in casinos which have been legally licensed by the Gaming Clubs game regulations that were amended in the year 2002 in the United States.
Rules of the game
The wheel used in the game is divided into a number of equal sections which are separated by spokes or pins. Each of the sections is related with a certain number. The dealer spins the wheel and in the process the winning section is shown by a pointer mounted on a flexible piece of a rubber.
Big Six Wheel Variations of the game
The game comprises of different number of variants which are used to divide the wheel into sections of different numbers. The sections are designated with different symbols and represent different odds whenever a symbol is symbol is chosen.
Big Six Wheel Money wheel
The variant which is most common in most of the casinos found in the United States. Symbols of this variant include $1, $2, $5, $10 and $20. The wheel also has two symbols which are special. These special symbols are joker and the casino logo. The $1bills pay at odds of 1 to 1, $2 at 2 to 1 etc. The special ones have high odds paying odds at 40 to 1 or 45 to 1 in regard to the regulations of local games. The games provides with the house advantage that is highest regarding to all the casino games.
Big Six Wheel Dice wheel
Under this variant, the wheel is represented by some of possible combinations of 216. In some occasions, a symbol occurs in more than one section. Player’s money placed on bet is on the numbers from 1 through 6. If at all the number occurs on one of winning dice on the section of the dice then it means that the player is being rewarded at 1 to 1, the player is being rewarded at 2 to 1 if the number occur on two of winning sections of the dice.
An example of a dice wheel is that, that was produced by H. C. Evans and Co. This wheel is divided into 54 sections. The combinations below appear four times; 2,1,1; 2,2,1; 4,3,3; 5,4,4; 6,5,5 and 6,6,3. Combinations of 3, 2, 1 and 6, 5, 4 all appear three times.
For the above example there are possibly 54 outcomes when the dealer spins the wheel just one time but for a special number;
- There exist even possible results. For these possible results only one die is used to match the number.
- There also exist 4 possible results in which two dice are used in matching.
- 4 possible results where all the three dice are used to match.
United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand
In these states, there was a legal game that was licensed and involved a wheel. The diameter of the wheel used in this case was divided into 52 sections. Each of the sections is labeled with one of the seven symbols which are alphabetically from A to G. The probability of winning this game and its related odds and house advantage are in the table below;
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