ROULETTE STYLE GAMES
INAG had done it again. With 10 issued patents, game creator and President of INAG, Mark H. Jones has filled another niche market need. Roulette is a forbidden fruit in many gaming jurisdictions due to the past (and I do mean the past) manipulation of the roulette wheel. California is one of these states.
The rules are quite simple:
1. Only an owner of a cardroom may submit games for approval by the Bureau of Gambling Control accompanied with submission fees.
2. The rules of the game, game math and appendix of terms must be submitted.
3. The rules must provide for a systematic rotation of the player banker. This person is allowed to hold the banking position for 2 hands before the next player to their left is offered it.
4. A player banker is never required to cover all action on the game. They only have to post the minimum required under the submitted rules. There may be more than 1 player banker. If the player banker(s) do not cover the action, the licensed banker will complete the action.
Under CA law the game known as roulette is prohibited. Card games are allowed. The bingo balls mimic the color and # associated with a roulette style game and played for years in the state. The manner of banking the game in Class II format is patented and the proprietary property rights have been issued to INAG.