Casinos in Oregon with Roulette Wheels
Wildhorse Casino offers Low Limit Roulette
There are two roulette wheel’s at Wildhorse Casino in Pendleton Oregon.
Of all of the casinos to play roulette in Oregon I’d have to say that Wildhorse casino is likely the most fun. Particularly because the minimum chip denomination there is $0.25 making this one of the more popular casino table games available at any Oregon Casino.
At Wildhorse roulette players can buy in with 40 bucks and get a big stack of chips. For a moment there, you feel just like a high roller. The table minimum is also lower than the average minimum bet. It’s $2. So if you’re betting the inside, you need to get 8 chips in there, same goes for the outside, if you want to bet red or black, even or odd, or bet on the three lines of numbers, you have to put at least $2 bucks out there.
Now although I said that you can buyin with just $40, let me be clear, $50 is actually the magic number, if you’re looking for comps at Wildhorse Casino, it takes a buyin of $50 to get tracked. To get into the game, walk up to the table, find an open spot, that’s not near the glass, and drop your players card and cash down on the table.
The bad thing about Roulette at Wildhorse though is that there’s no number bar that lights up with the numbers that have been played already. So if you want to keep track of say how many reds or blacks have been called recently, you have to do it yourself.
Chinook Winds Casino Roulette
There is one Roulette wheel at Chinook Winds Casino. The minimum chip value at the roulette table at Chinook Winds Casino is $1, and the minimum bet is $5 on either the inside or the outside of the board.
Spirit Mountain Casino Roulette
There are three different spinning roulette wheels available at Spirit Mountain, unfortunately, all of them are American Roulette wheels.
How to Play Roulette
The average player will walk up to the roulette table at an Oregon casino and buy some colored chips. Each player gets their own color so that the dealer can keep track of who to pay when someone wins. If you just want to walk up and make a bet, cash plays on the outside of the board. Steer clear of the glass around the wheel if there is any, that’s the dealers area, and believe me, they’re very protective over it.
For the most part, roulette chips are bought in stacks of 20. It doesn’t matter if you’re at Wildhorse where the chips are worth .25 or if you’re at Chinook Winds where the chips are worth $1. Generally, they’re sold in increments of 20.
If you want to make a quick bet on red/black/odd or even, it’s fine to walk up to the table, and tell the dealer you’re making a cash bet, just make sure you bet at least the table limit.
If you want to sit and play awhile, then you’ll want to purchase chips. Do this by placing your casino club card on the table with your cash. This way you’ll be accumulating casino comp points while you’re playing.
Making Roulette Bets
You can bet on any of the individual numbers or on the zero or double zero, Those bets all pay $35 for every $1 that you bet. You can do this by placing your chip(s) right smack on the number. You can also bet on groups of numbers by placing your chips on the lines surrounding the numbers. This increases your odds of winning, but you do win less.
Players can also bet on red/black and odd or even, as well as betting the three lines. It’s fine to ask the dealer and other players help you get your bets onto the board if you can’t reach the space you’d like to bet on from where you sit.
Bets can be made until the dealer waves his/her hand over the board and says “No More Bets”.
Round and Round she goes… Where the ball will stop, nobody knows.
Once the ball stops the dealer will place a glass marker on the number that it stopped on, this is the winning number. The dealer will then begin paying the winning players. Here’s a TIP, keep your hands off your winnings until that little glass marker is picked up, or you’ll find yourself with a grumpy dealer.
Ways to Bet Roulette at Oregon Casinos
- Bet a Single number: Betting any # including 0 or 00 Pays 35 to 1
- Bet 2 numbers (place your chip on the line between them): Pays 17 to 1
- Bet 3 numbers: Pays 11 to 1
- Bet 4 numbers (Place your chips on in the center of a 4-square of numbers): Pays 8 to 1
- Bet 5 numbers (this bet Covers 0,00,1,2 &3): Pays 6 to 1
- Bet 6 numbers (this bet covers six numbers across) Pays 5 to 1
- Bet 12 numbers Covers all of the 12 numbers in the section bet on: Pays 2 to 1
- Bet an entire Row: Pays 2 to 1
Even Money Roulette Bets
- Betting that the ball will land on a number from 1 to 18
- Betting that the ball will land on a number from 19 to 36
- Betting that the ball will land on a Red or Black number
- Betting that the ball will land on an even Odd or Even number