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Las Vegas Big Wheel Games

Big Wheel is sometimes referred to as Wheel of Fortune. It is typically found near casino entrances from Las Vegas Blvd or Fremont Street.

There are generally no chairs at a Big Wheel game. It is there to greet new guests. The dealers are often party pit girls.

The house will be happy to bring you a chair if you wish to play the game longer than a few spins. That is because the house edge is double digits for all numbers. Some are over 20 percent. It is typically the worst table game in a Las Vegas casino.

Where to Play Big Wheel in Las Vegas

There is nothing special about any of the Big Wheel games in town. We suggest walking past the wheel to look for better games.

One positive of the game is its low minimum bet. You can play the game for $1 at Harrah’s and Binion’s. Treasure Island, Paris, Golden Nugget, MGM Grand, Bellagio, Planet Hollywood and Wynn have Big Wheel for $2. Park MGM spreads it with a $3 minimum bet.

All Las Vegas Casinos With Big Wheel/Wheel of Fortune

Casino
Min Bet
Max Bet
# of Tables
Bellagio220001
Binion’s110001
Golden Nugget24002
Harrah’s11001
MGM Grand25001
Paris21002
Park MGM31001
Planet Hollywood220003
Treasure Island2501
Wynn240001

How To Play Big Wheel

Big Wheel is a luck-based game. It has the highest house edge of any table game spread in Las Vegas. Most bets hold at least 10 percent. Some are over 20 percent.

If you must play this game, we recommend choosing the video version where the house edge is less than half of the live game. You will also earn slot points on it.

Players make bets on the felt. The dealer spins the wheel. The number that it lands on win. The winning bet is multiplied by the winning number. The highest multiple is 50 times the bet. The higher the number, the less likely it is to hit.

Other Table Games in Las Vegas

There are plenty of other table games you can play in Las Vegas, most of which are far more favorable to the player than Big Wheel or Wheel of Fortune.

Our annual survey of Vegas casinos details all the different games available at every venue, and is a useful resource for anyone gambling in Las Vegas.

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