Success in some games depends entirely on luck. Other games require players
to make strategy decisions and have very little or no luck. Many games involve
elements of both strategic thinking and luck. Chess would be an example
of a "low luck" game. The simple game of Chutes and Ladders is
entirely luck. Monopoly has some strategy to it, but is mostly luck. High
luck and low complexity games are often the easiest to play and are good
choices for children who frustrate easily. High luck games can feel boring
to more experienced game players.