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Where to Play Roulette in San Diego:
Pala Casino, Harrahs Rincon, Casino Pauma, Barona Casino,
Viejas Casino, Sycuan Casino
In California, Roulette must be a banked card game as it is illegal to base outcome of game exclusively on
the ball/roulette wheel. Here are the rules for California Roulette as established by the California Division
of Gaming Control:
Game uses a deck of 38 cards, with each number having a suit and color similar to a traditional
deck of playing cards. The cards are numbered identical to the numbers found on a roulette wheel.
To play the game, wagers are placed on single or multiple numbers, or on colors, and the cards are
placed in an automatic shuffler, which the dealer activates to produce a card. The card produced
determines the winning and losing bets.
game, here are some examples:
PALA CASINO ROULETTE: This game uses a Roulette Wheel and Ball. The Wheel does not have
numbers, just colors. Four cards are dealt face down in four colored boxes on the Table Layout. The color
of the wheel pocket where the ball lands determines which of the four cards (that were placed in the four
colored boxes) is the Play card. The Play card determines the winning number on the table.
HARRAHS RINCON CASINO Volcanic Roulette Bingo. This game uses the same type of h0pper that is
used in Bingo games. There are two balls used for each number and for 0 and 00, for a total of 76 balls
The winning bingo type ball drawn determines the winning number on the table.
CASINO PAUMA Carde Roulette: Instead of using a roulette wheel and ball, this game is played using
cards placed in a shuffler. (They have added a JOKER to the deck for an additional bet that pays 60 to 1.)
A Roulette table layout is used and the same colored numbers printed on the table layout correspond to
the colored numbers printed on the 38 cards.
BARONA CASINO: Uses a 37 card deck and 3 random cards are dealt face down in three separate
sections. The ball is placed on the roulette wheel, which has the three sections instead of numbers.
Whatever section the ball drops into determines the card that is turned up and used as the winning
number and color.
is usually 8 quarters - quarter per bet.
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