I took pictures of this game and posted it here somewhere. Im too lazy to look. I don't see much purpose for the hybrid version. There still has to be rotation of dealers, pit boss, and it basically just dropping the dice a couple of feet, from a Lucite platform. Its pick up and release, they do not let you move or set dice on the felt or the Lucite top panel. I don't see any di shooters going to this game anytime soon, nor would they want to. And I don't see any value of it over the fully automated bubble, EXCEPT, AND THIS MAY BE A BIG THING FOR SOME DICE PLAYERS, the dice are regulation casino dice.The dice outcomes are read from a camera, the dealer pushes the dice under the camera and they are read for the computer. while die hard bubble fans don't care either way, real dice or bubble dice, a lot of old timers and people who don't trust the large dice might play this version only because of the dice. one thing is for sure, I will not leave my terminal to shoot the dice, don't trust anyone, it only takes a few seconds to cash out your terminal bank, there are a lot of scamsters and criminals roaming around the casino just waiting for opportunity.(I did not post Harley bought a bus ticket for Maryland)(joke) I think its clear, most casinos have gone to fully automated bubbles, this hybrid version is a novelty, and if it hasn't caught on by other casinos, it may not. Hybrid card games is different, dealer always deals, you don't have to leave your terminal, and people trust a real dealer more than a robot dealing cards. don't know why, but the hybrid card games Ive played are usually crowded.(ofcourse, the 5 dollar betting is a huge draw) DI shooters will be the reason live craps ends, if it ever does. slowing down the game, not hitting back walls and causing friction at table with staff, Im hoping eventually casinos don't get fed up with it, besides not having to pay medical insurance and salaries to staff to man a table.