The Double Ball Roulette System (DBR) is a gambling game where players select the odds for their next ball and then attempt to win $1,000 on every play. Players try to get a $1,000 bonus by playing the same game two or more times.
How to Play The Double Ball Roulette?
1,000 Dribble: Choose a number between 1 and 100 (1 and 100 may be different from your next ball). This tells the game how many times you need to play the other ball or bounce it into the hole.
1,000 Pec Deck: Choose a number between 20 and 50 (20 may be different from your next ball). This tells the game how many times you need to play your ball in any combination of pairs of two numbers from your Dribble.
1,000 Spades: In addition to selecting your number or number combinations, choose between six dashes that represent your chance of winning and any other number or combination of numbers. To repeat this process, a different number or numbers may be selected twice.
10:1 Roulette: Select the first number you would like to play the ball in. This can be in pairs or any combination you may select.
10:1 Spades: At any time while seated in the game, you have the right to play the ball twice, in any combination of numbers of a different pair or higher.
1,000 Pool: At any time while seated, choose a number between 1 and 100 (1 and 100 may be different from your next ball). Then choose between six dashes that represent the opportunity to win big money.
10:1 Roulette: Each player takes a number from the left of your board and the numbers on our board, starting with your number on the left and working your way right, up to the next number on the left. That number is the number you must play.
10:1 Spades: Select from six possible numbers, from any pair or high number to any lower number. This is the one number you must play.
1,000 Pool: Pick the number on our board closest to your number. (For example, if your number is 11, and you select 1,000 Pool, then you must play the ball in the top left, 11.)
10:1 Roulette: Your game is over if you choose the first pair of numbers from our table to begin your sequence of ball