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The Casino de Monte-Carlo is unique in more ways than one- with it’s spectacular setting, history and the prestige of the building itself (it is one of several glamour casinos on the Continent, the other being Casino Baden Baden), it is unique for the incredible diversity of its table games, especially roulette.
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A game of French roulette is an orchestra of sound and movement with the finest croupiers at Casino de Monte-Carlo calling out enthusiastically with onlookers and players hanging on their every word. A French roulette table has 37 numbers from 0 to 36 in 3 columns of 12 boxes each.
Double the adrenaline rush! At the Casino Café de Paris, you can place your bets yourself on the electronic roulette, or play ‘live’ roulette on the classic British roulette table with the croupier, or do both at the same time! Electronic roulette has 8 seats, a minimum bet of €0.25 and a maximum bet of €1,000 (multi-denominational).
Open every day from 2 p.m. to 4 a.m. François Blanc, the casino's founder once said, “we should do nothing here as it is done elsewhere”. The image of James Bond has become inseparable from the Casino de Monte-Carlo, which, with its Belle Époque architecture, is a reference for gaming and entertainment, not just in Europe but around the world.
More than a few players have been stung by the Monte Carlo fallacy. (It’s called that because one of the most famous examples of this concept took place at a Monte Carlo casino in 1913. Monte Carlo is in Monaco, and it’s a lot like Las Vegas, just yawnier.) Think your number or color has to hit soon? The longest recorded streak of one color in roulette in American casino history happened in 1943 when the color red won 32 consecutive times. In a row.
It has been reported that on 18th August 1913, in a game of roulette at the Monte Carlo Casino, the ball fell on black 26 times in a row. This anecdote is often mentioned in the context of the gambler's fallacy (see the wiki ).
This second casino was needed to help accommodate the burgeoning tourist business to Monte Carlo' s recreational areas. A third casino owned by the Loews Corporation opened in 1975 and is more of an American style operation.
Perhaps the most famous example of the gambler's fallacy occurred in a game of roulette at the Monte Carlo Casino on August 18, 1913, when the ball fell in black 26 times in a row. This was an extremely uncommon occurrence: the probability of a sequence of either red or black occurring 26 times in a row is ( 18 / 37 ) 26-1 or around 1 in 66.6 million, assuming the mechanism is unbiased.