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58 Pa. Code § 617b.1. B2B Roulette wager.

§ 617b.1. B2B Roulette wager.

 (a)  A certificate holder may, if specified in its Rules Submission under §  601a.2 (relating to table games Rules Submissions), offer to each player who placed a Roulette wager in accordance with §  617a.3 (relating to placement of wagers), the option of placing a B2B Roulette wager. If the certificate holder is offering the B2B Roulette wager, Roulette may be played on a double zero Roulette wheel or a single zero Roulette wheel as described in §  617a.1(d) (relating to Roulette ball; Roulette wheel and table; physical characteristics; double zero Roulette wheel used as a single zero Roulette wheel).

 (b)  The layout for a Roulette table shall be submitted to the Bureau of Gaming Operations for approval in accordance with §  601a.10(a) (relating to approval of table game layouts, signage and equipment) and if the certificate holder offers the B2B Roulette wager, in addition to the requirements in §  617a.1, the layout shall contain a separate area designated for the placement of the B2B Roulette wager. The certificate holder shall also have in place a Board approved Roulette reader board that contains a random number generator to determine the payout of the B2B Roulette wager.

 (c)  A player may place a B2B Roulette wager before each Roulette spin at any time before the croupier calls, ‘‘no more bets.’’ A B2B Roulette wager may be made for any amount within the table limits.

 (d)  After placing a B2B Roulette wager, if the Roulette ball comes to rest on the same number as the previous spin, the B2B Roulette wager will win. The B2B Roulette wager shall lose in all other scenarios.

 (e)  If a B2B Roulette wager wins, the payout shall be determined by a random number generator, which shall then be displayed on the Roulette reader board. The possible payouts, all of which shall be included in the certificate holder’s Rules Submission form filed in accordance with §  601a.2, are as follows:

   (i)  1000 to 1.

   (ii)  500 to 1.

   (iii)  250 to 1.

   (iv)  100 to 1.

   (v)  50 to 1.

   (vi)  25 to 1.

   (vii)  10 to 1.

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