Question: Do you think the Downtown properties would ever be crazy enough to raise it to say, $10 minimums? There already are some properties who already have done this, GN among some others come to mind. I'm not sure that would be a great idea, but with all the nickel and dimeing going on and changes in the player's programs, it makes you wonder. I'm a $10 player but I appreciate $5 tables for the option of lower betting when you're getting your ass kicked. With $10 tables you don't have that option. Lots of the craps players Downtown buy in for $100 or $200 per session. On a $10 table that's usually not enough ammo to weather variance. With labor being the biggest expense in running these games I'm thinking mgt. might eliminate couple of tables and go with 2-$10 tables instead of 5- $5 tables. I know when the Cal opens a $10 table you usually see only 3-5 people on it while the $5 tables are packed. With only higher limits these $5 players will bust out faster with the casino being the winner and the players losing faster with a negative and unfavorable experience. Or most will opt to not play at all and the casino loses revenue. Which is on them for being greedy. What's your take on this. Do you think Downtown craps players will tolerate a higher minimum?