Correct. There is an actual ball that mechanically spins.
Not like the lights at twin river.
And craps with this 8" dice that bounces from vibration.
I was there yesterday. 2 roulettes and an auto craps in the middle.
The third roulette is different, The $1 one. The wheel spins in both directions. The interblock G5 only spins clockwise. I hope that some day they will put real tables for roulette and black jack. For now they only have the stupid virtual black jacks.
But the Twin River will add more tables in August upstairs plus Texas Holdem.
I might opt to take my business to the poker. The live roulettes at Twin river are very slow plus high minimums, and the auto roulette at Plain Ridge too fast. Y do they make it so hard to play?
I never had this problem in European casinos. Here I can't even play roulette.
I can only gamble in roulette.