I saw a comment in another thread where a poster predicted table games would go completely electronic and thought that would suit the young gamers well because there was no social interaction, just interaction with technology. I've read variations on that before and I just don't see it. I'm at the Borgata and all the people around my age and younger are at the tables. When I play VP at the long banks of machines I look around and it's all older people, and in my mid-30s I'm around the youngest. I see no one in their 20s. Same goes for slots for the most part, I see a mostly older crowd at them. Some younger people may be at a slot, but they don't look like the type that park themselves at them. It's really at the tables where almost all the younger people are gambling and yes, socializing. So I wonder, do people just gravitate towards machines as they get older or has the current crop of machine players always been machine players even when they were younger? What do you think and what have you seen?