Roulette Accessories

Written by James Lyons
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Certain roulette accessories will go a long way in enhancing your home roulette game. First of all, you need a good roulette wheel if you want to run a respectable roulette game. Sure, you can purchase a little 16 inch plastic wheel if you want to host a ragtag casino party, or you can get a top-of-the-line mahogany roulette wheel that spins truer than a nun on a merry-go-round.

Roulette works best with three or more people. You can have a good time with two people, but it pales in comparison to six or seven people crowded around a table desperately watching that pesky little ball dance around the roulette wheel. If you have a game with several people, pick up a couple of roulette markers. These cheap little roulette accessories actually help the game flow and keep people involved. Even adults like to save their spots.

Roulette Accessories and Roulette Advice

Should you bet red or black, odd or even? According to Wesley Snipes in Passenger 57, "Always bet on black." I've followed Wesley's advice for quite some time, and I'm a little ahead, so I thank him for that piece of gaming advice. Regardless of how you bet, roulette is a game anyone can enjoy. It's not nearly as confusing as craps or as confrontational as poker.

Roulette is a simple game that took off in the United States during the California Gold Rush. Roulette appropriately means "little wheel" in French. Many of our best casino games came from French minds. Many of your roulette accessories might not exist had Blaise Pascal not created this game.

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