no idea Palestis.Actually I was told that the wheel spins very fast and the ball spins according to how far you pull and let the bolt go. Also you can't place bets after you push the spin button, or use the bolt action.
I have seen one called "Pinball roulette " and works much the same as you illustrated .
The wheel keeps turning fairly slowly but I don't know if it speeds up if someone is actually betting.
Seems made for our AP friends !
Definitely not a machine for AP or VB.
Actually Mr. KAV. can go and see it and he can tell us what he thinks. There are 2 of those machines in a casino up the mountain near where he lives.
Tried the pinball roulette on my last visit to the casino. Deposited a fiver - and got 50 credits ! So each credit is worth 10p in sterling .
You can bet only one 10p per spin if you wish.
This one 10p can be put on any bet Dozen, Column . Even- Money Chance - whatever.
The wheel continually spins .Does NOT speed up very much when bets are on. Seems to slow down just prior to the ball landing.
There is a small window just above the Bolt Pull which lights up when a bet is placed .
Looking into this window I saw two small balls.
You cannot manipulate the handle by only pulling it a short distance - you must pull it to its full length .
There is not a strong push effect but the ball goes at a fair speed so I think that the Bolt -Pull is not what starts the ball rolling - though , obviously I could be wrong here.
And I won 50p !