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How to Play the Big Six Wheel

Play Big Six Wheel  In Las VegasWant to find out how to play the Big Six Wheel? One of the easiest casino games to learn how to play is the Big Six Wheel, also known as the Wheel of Fortune. The Big Six Wheels in Las Vegas consist of 54 different slots, with each representing a number symbol.

The number symbol are usually represented by cash money and coincide with number symbols shown on a betting table in front of the wheel.

Players make wagers by placing casino chips on the betting table over the amount they think will be spun. For instance if you bet on the $1 symbol and it wins you will be paid a 1:1 payoff.

If you decide to place a bet on the $2 symbol you will be paid a 2:1 payoff. And so it goes with the higher the payoff the less slots to be found on the wheel and the less chance you have of your number being a winner.

Betting must be completed before the wheel is spun and players do not need to possess any special skills to participate as the game winners depend on sheer luck. Bettors can select more than one number with the highest payoff and highest risk usually coming from placing a bet on the joker or the casino logo symbols.

When the wheel finally comes to a stop the dealer will pay the winners according to where the Big Six

Wheel indicator is pointing. The house edge for the Big Six Wheel is substantial and is considered by many one of the worst bets in the casino.

Las Vegas Big Six Wheel: Occurrences, Payoffs and Casino Edge

54 slots on the Big Six Wheel

24 slots – at even, marked $1 pays 1 to 1 – 11.1% edge

15 slots – at 2:1, marked $2 pays 2 to 1 – 16.7% edge

7 slots – at 5:1, marked $5 pays 5 to 1 – 22.2% edge

4 slots – at 10:1, marked $10 pays 10 to 1 – 18.5% edge

2 slots – at 20:1, marked $20 pays 20 to 1 – 22.2% edge

1 slot – at 40:1 marked with a joker pays 40 to 1 – 24% edge

1 slot – at 40:1 marked with a casino logo pays 40 to 1 – 24% edge

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