Caesars Entertainment Dismiss Odd Roulette Wheel Behaviour as a Test

Caesars Entertainment Dismiss Odd Roulette Wheel Behaviour as a Test Official company statement follows an avalanche of questions

Caesars Entertainment, the owner of Las Vegas casino Rio, claim that the recent event when a roulette wheel hit the same number seven consecutive times was just a "diagnostic test".

The story was quickly spread as the spectators managed to photograph the 114 billion-to-one event and put the images on internet. According to the casino visitors present at the time, 12 out of 16 spins were either nineteens or twenties.

"There was no one playing at that table. It was just a diagnostic test being done," a Rio spokesman stated despite the company’s initial attempt to remain silent on Thursday, the Detroit News report.
  • ok it doesn't surprise me that casinos have the technical ability to control roulette outcomes, but seriously??? I mean, isn't that illegal to actually do in practice? (I believe the owner's statement that they were just performing a diagnostic, but my question is: If they can mechanically control what are SUPPOSED to be random outcomes, then exactly WHAT legal safeguards are in place for gamblers to actually (1) even KNOW it is occurring, and (2) if they could even prove it was occurring, which they cant... what laws are in place to safeguard against this kind of practice?????

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