For those who don't know much....with Rick at the top, I'll answer. First off....ANY machine that accepts money thru a slot is classified as a slot machine. You have absolutely NO understanding on this matter. Yes, they are slot machines because they accept money thru a slot. That's where it ends. They do not pay like traditional slots that have a hold. Bubble craps MUST offer the same probabilities as table craps. That...is....law. Once again...YES, they must offer the same probabilities as a live table game. Wrong. In Nevada, electronic games like bubble craps which is a representation of a live table game MUST offer the same probabilities. Absolutely NOT. The law is clear. Bubble craps mimics a live table game and MUST offer the same probabilities. You know very little about Nevada gaming laws, Rick. You know less about bubble craps. Stick with what you do know...innumeracy. Nevada Gaming Regulation 14.040(2)(b): For gaming devices that are representative of live gambling games, the mathematical probability of a symbol or other element appearing in a game outcome must be equal to the mathematical probability of that symbol or element occurring in the live gambling game.