Odd Roulette Wheel Behaviour Was A Test

ODD ROULETTE WHEEL BEHAVIOUR WAS A TEST

22nd June, 2012 at 04:00:01
Source: http://www.azonlinecasinos.com

Widespread media coverage triggers company statement

Widespread media coverage on a roulette wheel at the Rio in Las Vegas that hit on the same number seven times in a row (see previous report) has prompted Rio owners Caesars Entertainment to dismiss the incident as a "diagnostic test."

Bemused spectators photographed the 114 billion-to-one event and quickly circulated the story through the internet.

Having earlier proved reticent, on Thursday a Rio spokesman told the Detroit News: "There was no one playing at that table. It was just a diagnostic test being done."

12 out of 16 spins were either nineteens or twenties, spectators reported.

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