Theres always someone offering an opinion...take it for what it's worth, including my own. Yesterday, a guy was claiming the table hold on the Red Rock regular tables was down 17% (he wasn't clear on how he knew this) and they want to get rid of the bubble. He also offered some opinions on why the bubble limits are much, much lower than the tables. He mumbled something with a wink and nod as if to imply people are lifting more off the bubble than the table. I'm also assuming he's intimating that the bubble is cannibalizing some table players. To be fair...this is same guy that put forth the idea that there are players utilizing visual ballistics to win on the bubble. I don't think it's him as I've seen his charting pencil "tossed" a few times at the bubble after several....cough...cough....unwanted outcomes. I offered that I do understand the bubble is owned by the developer and there is a sharing agreement between Aruze and Station Casinos---which might explain the lower limits. Aruze may not want the exposure of getting "cracked" as much as Station is willing to take that chance. I would also assume since there is limited "security" on bubble craps...they don't want to risk a glitch where someone robs them blind before they can catch it. I'm not sold on any of his ideas....but one never knows. I do find it interesting to hear the theories... "Don't push the button, let the machine time out---works better". "Computers run this game---so don't be consistent with pushing the button". Lotta characters trying to figure it out.... As far as pulling the machine out of the casino...it was just given a complete makeover---new felt, new dice and glass as clear as a Mountain stream. Wonderful. I urge anyone who has access to a bubble craps machine (Aruze or Interblock) to give it a shot. You might like what you get.