Tyrolean Roulette Game – Garrett Wade

Gaming scholars speculate that this form of roulette comes to us from Germany, where it’s known as Bauernroulette—loosely translated as “poor man’s roulette.” No matter its provenance, this is a portable, easy-to-play variation on the popular casino game. Players spin a two-piece wooden top, whose unpredictable dips and swerves disperse the balls across a concave gaming board and into a series of holes, each of which is labeled with point value. This German-made set packs up for easy travel and features an all-natural, wooden construction. WARNING: small pieces are a choking hazard, please ensure adult supervision for young children.

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