Between the shows, fantastic restaurants, and amazing nightlife, we recommend you take a little time to learn how to play roulette in a casino, so when you approach the roulette table you can confidently place your bets and understand the game.
Walking up to a Las Vegas casino table game can be intimidating even for those who actually play once in a while–and especially for those who have never rolled the dice. The casino floor’s variety of fast-paced games, each with their own rules, minimums and tricks, can be confusing and overwhelming. But what if you could learn enough basics to play a few rounds and win big?
Learning Roulette: How-To Video
In a video filmed on the casino floor of The Cromwell, dazzling Strip performer Jeff Civillco, star of the variety show Jeff Civillico: Comedy in Action at Flamingo Las Vegas, offers quick and easy how-to for learning roulette. Roulette is not only one of the more exciting, adrenaline-inducing games, but it’s also the fastest to pick up: just place your chip on your lucky number(s), or bet a column, group, red or black color, or odd or even numbers and watch the wheel spin.
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Now that you've learned more about how to play roulette in a casino, it's time to put those skills to use at one of these Caesars properties in Las Vegas: