These are the relevant references from the Books where, what I call Roulette, is mentioned.
I make no pronouncements on these matters, but report them as I find them.
Arrive at your own conclusions.
I wish you well,
Ok, this quote does not specifically say Roulette. So it could just be a guessing game of "where will the wheel stop". As I say, arrive at your own conclusions.
Paga was of little assistance, or the belled sluts of the taverns. The turning wheels and the cards, the dice tumbling on the felt, were of little assistance, save in lightening my purse.
"It is like a circle of fire," said Aktis.
The colored wheel spun madly.
Men were calling out numbers, clutching colored, marked ostraca.
"And it can burn you," I said.
Soon the wheel spun more slowly, and then its pointer stopped.
"Red, fifteen," said the wheel master.
Red stood for day and black for night. The numbers stood for the twenty Ahn in the Gorean day.
"I have won!" cried Aktis, clutching his ostracon. "My ostracon cost me but a single tarsk-bit and I have won ten tarsk-bits!"