A lot of people, and I mean a lot of people, have asked me to create a test that shows a shooter has influence (dice control, dice influence, etc) on Aruze Bubble Craps. As I pointed out in numerous posts before, the acid test is showing people that the results are highly likely due to skill than luck. Recall, the ONLY THING A SHOOTER HAS CONTROL in Aruze Bubble Craps is WHEN TO PUSH THE BUTTON otherwise the machine will shoot the dice if the timer runs out. So here is the SKILLS-based test for Aruze Bubble Craps: 1. Find a machine with a 3-second lock-out. After the 20-second betting window ends, the machine will ring a bell and for the next 3 seconds the machine bounces the dice (hoping to randomize the dice) before the shooter is allowed to press the button. 2. Roll 12 or more (6,7,8) in 15 consecutive rolls. The machine keeps track of the last 15 rolls so take a photo of all these rolls. 3. There must be 4 Red 7's in those 12 or more (6,7,8) as mentioned in #2 above. In Aruze Craps, a Blue 7 means you rolled a 7 on the come out roll. A Red 7 means the shooter rolled a 7 after a point has been established. Take a photo of the last 15 consecutive rolls; please note I've done it twice in this thread: http://www.crapsforum.com/threads/if-i-can-do-it-you-can-do-it-too.30251/#post-196686 Here are two main (of many) reasons why you will fail the test: 1) failure to roll 12 or more (6,7,8) in 15 consecutive rolls. For example, if you rolled a "4" on your first roll, then congratulations, you now must roll 12 or more (6,7,8) in the next 14 rolls. 2) failure to roll 4 red 7's. In this game, the shooter has the ability to roll consecutive blue 7's but it is impossible to roll consecutive red 7's. You must first make a point and then roll the 7. That means if your first roll is a blue 7, then congratulations as you now must make 4 points and 4 red 7's in the remaining 14 rolls. As you can see in the photos, I KNOW WHEN TO PRESS THE BUTTON to pass this skills-based test. Your job is to develop a similar skill so you too can make money on Aruze Bubble craps. You know it's skill when someone keep producing these results. I threw in the 4 red 7 requirement because it is very hard to roll red 7's on demand -- which I call the nuclear option. Recall that if the dice are random, a shooter rolls a 7 on average once in every 6 rolls; I am making 4 red 7's in 15 rolls based on the photos -- this comes out to a red 7 in 3.75 rolls (or my way of giving the middle finger to those that don't believe in my ability to execute the nuclear option).