Roulette is one of the most popular table casino games in history and entire casinos and gambling venues are based around it. Roulette is a game of pure luck and does not include any skill or any decision making. The only decision roulette players will make is placing their wagers, and they will do that before the game begins. Wagers are placed on random numbers and are paid if the roulette ball lands on the number or the bet they chose, so it is a matter of pure luck. There is no need to be a professional or an experienced gambler.
The game consists of a roulette wheel, a wooden wheel that contains 37 or 38 slots. The zero (and double zero in America) slot is green, while the number slots (from 1 to 36) alternate between black and red. The second part is the roulette ball that spins on that wooden wheel until it lands in a particular slot to reveal the winning number for that round. The wagering area is usually found on a green piece of cloth right next to the wheel. It is where players will place their chips and choose the numbers and bets that they wish to place their stakes on.