For what it worth, here is what you need to know:

The player’s name is printed on the back of all the balls. The player draws one coin on the counter at the table, which he flips to decide the hand, and then tosses the other two. The first number indicates the number of coins to toss after the first number of players has been drawn; the second number indicates both the number of coin tosses required and the hand they will be dealt. If a player does not have sufficient coins to toss in his/her next turn, the player must start all over again from the beginning of the hand. The last number on the ball indicates how many additional hands will the player get in the current sequence.

The tables below show the odds of each hand being dealt by the other players in roulette; the first number is the player’s first number, with 2 and 7 representing 1, 9, 13, 19, and 24, respectively.

1 2 7 2 9 3 13 4 19 5 9 6 19 7 13

How many hands are there?

The first table has a total number of hands of 11, and the second has a total number of 5 hands. However, the number of players is not stated in order of whether they are 3 or 6. I will put both of these tables on the same page, so please check back for more details.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

The odds of one player winning an entire hand depend on the number of heads dealt, as well as the number of tails. As soon as you deal three heads, you are guaranteed the same hand as the player dealt the 2 (as he or she was dealt the 3 in the previous game, but as it turned out the 3 was just a 4, and the 3 was a 4), while the last hand, dealt 3 tails, is guaranteed a new game. The next table is for more advanced play.

2 10 3 7 4 1 8 4 5 6 6 7 6 8 2 6

The next number in each row is the number of balls to deal after the first person has been dealt one ball. This number will go from 1 to 11. As a result, in this table you won’t need to pick heads or tails when you are dealing two balls of the same value. This table also shows the expected number of balls (or balls) that are dealt after each player’s last