One of the main disadvantages of live dealer tables is that the players must conform to the pre-set betting times. Unlike the virtual tables where the players themselves activate the Wheel after confirming the bets, studio and land-based Roulette tables provide you with a limited time to submit your wagers.
However, experienced players who are set in their ways may find live Roulette too slow. Fortunately, those who prefer real-life surroundings will not be forced to choose. The automatic tables are a perfect medium, creating an authentic atmosphere and providing the players with extremely fast sessions which are in line with their gameplay proficiency.
Medialive Roulette tables hosted by the professional dealers generate 60 rounds per hour. With the dealer out of the picture and shorter betting sessions, Automatic Roulette can produce 80 rounds per hour, which is perfect for all those who have their own betting patterns.
This does not mean that Roulette rookies will not be able to enjoy Medialive Automatic Roulette as the platform layout is designed in a way that allows fast navigation. The chips and the game command buttons are horizontally lined up at the bottom of the screen and arranged in a way that will enable even the most indecisive players to beat the time. The payout table and the instructions of how to place the bets can be found under the help section on the top of the screen and you can even skip a few rounds while consulting the rulebook. The inactivity notification will warn you when you are due to re-join the session before you are disconnected.
Although some players might avoid Automatic Roulette variants on account of the gameplay coming across as slightly generic, the truth is that social interaction is not sacrificed to productivity. You will still be able to chat with other players, but the number of potential bets per hour is significantly increased, which will make the sessions much more energetic and exciting.