and Id think the opposite. with business so bad in AC, I might have figured they would want to keep the table at at least 10 dollars to make it worth their effort to offer it. but then again, I never thought Id see the day when AC brought in bubbles since they have been around since what, 2011? or so, or at least that's when I started playing them. and ac never brought one in. what I see now is that casinos are starting to bring in the hybrid dealer games, blackjack and baccarat, as well as roulette. one dealer, in Mohegan, deals out to over 72 seats, there might be more terminals, that's all I saw, around that. sands Bethlehem is advertising it, first time I ever saw it was in parx. theres no reason to not offer a terminal similar to a bubble around a live craps table. might be slow, but it will be the perfect hybrid, and with a lower min, Im willing to bet the terminals for craps will always be full, as long as its a live table they are using for results. I hope the day comes soon enough. then, the casino will make craps worth it for themselves. 50 terminals, 100 terminals for one working crew at one table.