Aside from casino chips that have denominations on them, roulette chips are also part of the collecting market. This weekend, we are featuring some of our favorite roulette chips below you can purchase. Some of these we just added to the website as well. Some are also priced as low as $5.
Roulette chips are unique because they do not have a denomination value on them. However, each roulette chip is worth $1. Roulette chips usually have either a number or a letter on them. This identification on the chip is used to track the roulette chip to a specific gaming table. At that roulette table, all the colors will have the same number or letter on them. Each person is given a different chip color to wager with.
Did you know that adding up all the roulette wheel numbers equals to a grand total of 666? Also, roulette actually comes from the French world “small wheel”. If you were to spin the roulette wheel 10 times, there’s only a 1 in 1024 chance it would be the same color 10 times in a row. Finally, 17 is the most common number wagered in the game of roulette.
In Las Vegas, there are all levels of roulette wagering. At the El Cortez Hotel and Casino in Downtown Las Vegas, they have had 50 cent roulette tables with a minimum bet of $5 per spin. So, you must bet 10 numbers on the board. At the Gold Coast Hotel and Casino, which is just west of the Las Vegas Strip, you only have to bet a minimum of $3 on three numbers per spin.
If you want single zero roulette, in the past, the Cromwell has been one of the best options for that kind of wagering. However, the minimum bet is $25.
Below you will find some of our favorite roulette chips for sale:
And here is our collection of new roulette chips we just listed online this weekend for sale:
Non-Nevada state chips now on Spinettis Website:
By popular request, we have started putting non-Nevada state chips online for sale. You can see our first batch for sale by clicking the banner below: