Recent Examples of roulette from the Web
Not knowing one game from another, Moore shuffled over to a roulette wheel, took his chips and placed the entire stack on 11, his jersey number.
Hosted by Past Chairman’s Advisory Council, the evening will include great food, cash bar and casino games including roulette, poker, black jack, craps and bingo.
The fatal shot and the game of Russian roulette allegedly followed a night of alcohol and marijuana consumption off State Highway 8 east of Troy.
Table games are not allowed at South Florida racetrack casinos, but for those who want a taste of blackjack, roulette or craps, there’s still an opportunity.
The dial's concentric circles call to mind both a car's steering wheel (or a roulette wheel), while the black-and-deep-baby-blue color combination references the two-tone design scheme of Formula One cars from the era.
While the lawsuit was still pending, Scott and the tribe negotiated a new, larger deal that also would have allowed the tribe to offer craps and roulette, but legislators rejected it last year.
Blazek, who pitched in 86 games in relief for the Brewers over the previous two seasons, was called up from the Sky Sox to replace right-hander Paolo Espino, who was optioned to that club Sunday as Milwaukee's roster roulette continued.
Revolving door: The game of roster roulette continued with more shuffling of the pitching staff, and by all indications that trend will continue.
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First Known Use of roulette
ROULETTE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of roulette for English Language Learners
: a game in which a small ball is dropped onto a numbered wheel that is spinning and players bet on which numbered section the ball will rest in
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