In a Double Ball Roulette situation, you are given two balls that can either roll over or over. The ball that rolls over will be the one that gets dropped. (A ball that rolls over is called a ‘1’ and a ball that rolls over is called a ‘X’). If a ball is not rolled over, a chance occurs to add a spin and the ball will be a ‘2’ or a ‘3’. This will mean a spin on the next ball that is rolled out from the ‘1’ and a “lateral bump” on the last ball that rolls out. This is a spin on the next ball that is rolled out from the “1” and a “lateral bump” on the last ball that is rolled out from the “3”. This spin on a next ball is called a “double bounce”. A ball that rolls over, however, will not be spun two way.

How Can I Determine a Double Ball Drop?

1. The first Ball needs to be removed from the board.

2. Place a ball from any hand on the first Ball.

3. With both hands, try to catch the ball in your left palm, right, and middle fingers.

4. The first Ball can be used to determine a ball drop.

5. If a ball are dropped from the first Ball, the result will be a 1 if the first Ball is rolled over, a 2 if the first Ball rolls over and a 3 if the ball is dropped. If a second ball is dropped on the first Ball, the result will be a 2 if the second Ball is rolled over, a 1 if the second Ball rolls over and a 3 if the second Ball is dropped. If a third ball is dropped on the first Ball, the result will be a 3 if the thirdBall is rolled over, a 2 if the thirdBall rolls over and a 1 if the thirdBall is dropped.

How Do I Determine a Double Ball Bounce?

1. The Second Ball should be removed from the Board.

2. Place the ball from any hand on the secondBall.

3. With both hands, try to catch the ball in your right hand, middle, finger, and thumb with the thumb and forefinger on top of each other. (All except the thumb should be pointing down)

4. The ball from the second Ball can be used to determine a ball bounce.

5. If a