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Rules and Strategies for
Big Six

Also known as the wheel of fortune or the money wheel, the big six can be found in almost every casino. It's called the big six because there are six different payoffs.

Bets are made by placing your money on the layout in one of the boxes. These boxes correspond to the numbers on the wheel and indicate the payoff rates. There are 54 slots on the wheel:

23 - $1 spots
15 - $2 spots
8  -  $5 spots
4  -  $10 spots
2  -  $20 spots
1  -  joker spot
1  -  casino spot

Bet $1 on the $1 spot and you get paid even money; bet $1 on the $2 spot and get paid 2 to 1; bet $1 on the $5 spot and get paid 5 to 1; and so on. Bet the joker or casino spots (separately) and get paid 40 to 1.

The house edge on the big six is 14.8% on the $1 bets, and 24% on the joker or casino bets. Well, think about it. If there are 54 slots on the wheel, shouldn't a $1 bet on the joker pay 53 to 1?



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