Roulette is a quick game to start out on for new players, and has more depth for experienced players to discover.

The house edge, the statistical advantage the house holds above the player, is 5.26 percent on American wheels and 2.7 percent on European wheels, giving reasonable odds for the inexperienced player.

The roulette table is clearly laid out and labeled, giving new comers a clear layout of what bets can be placed.

While the knowledge of options like street bets and corner bets come with experience, it is possible to walk up to a roulette wheel with almost no experience and have fun playing the game. This broad appeal often makes the wheel a favorite at casinos.

Card games often have far more intricate rules that can be intimidating to the casual player, while roulette offers a straight forward action and a slow enough pace to allow players time to consider their wagers.

More experienced players will come to know the odds of the different wagers available and may begin spreading out their wagers to make more money at the table.

More experienced player also often enjoy sharing their knowledge with newcomers to the table, as it is relatively easy to explain. Since all bets are against the house, there is a feeling of camaraderie at the table that is often not found when players bet against each other as well as against the house.

The pace of the roulette wheel, on average about 30 spins per hour, is more leisurely than that of many other games and can increase the playing time on a set number of chips. Whether you hope to win big or are just playing for the fun of the game, more time at the table often means greater enjoyment for the players.

Tastes in gambling are highly individual, and it can be difficult to know what you enjoy before you try it. Fortunately, the minimums for the roulette wheel are often low and affordable.

Taking a little time at the table is the best way to see if roulette is the game for you!