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Table Games Poll: Which Bubble craps machine do you prefer?

Discussion in 'Table Games' started by EastCoastVegasFan!, Jul 18, 2021.

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Which bubble craps machine do you prefer?

  1. A

    25 vote(s)
    65.8%
  2. B

    13 vote(s)
    34.2%
  1. EastCoastVegasFan!

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    I don't recall ever playing B. I enjoy playing A... except that recorded voice, like a cross between Alvin Chipmunk and Billie Burke repeatedly imploring "Push The Button!" grates on my nerves... moreso if seated nearby but not playing.
     
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    I'd rather a live table, lol. But the random times I play at these. I prefer A. Just like a live table it's more exciting to win with others.
     
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    I prefer A, have had some rowdy times at Mirage and Wynn playing it and going on a hot "roll".

    I do play B sometimes but the first thing that always comes to mind is a guy at the local who seemingly exclusively plays the Don't on them. There are 6 or 8 machines in a circle and he screams "SEVEN AGAIN!!! Ha ha haaaaaa!"
     
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    I chose B. Simply because (if I can’t play at a live table) I can play at the pace that I want to without disturbing anyone else’s good/bad time. And it makes me think about different strategies.
     
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    Push the button....COME ON, push the button!!!

    Count me as one of the ones who likes it saying that lol
     
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  8. JulianC

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    The Interblock machines (group or individual) have better rules to accommodate more preferred methods of play. Thus, I like B.
     
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    Just curious, how so? I know the A machines are owner adjustable like odds for example, like while they default to 2x there are some in Vegas that are 3x4x5. I noticed same disconnect at Tampa Hard Rock Memorial day weekend though, where they have both shoot to win and roll to win (but the roll to win was all automated not having officially got the go ahead for live dice yet) - all had $10 minimums there, but I played 3 different shoot to wins and all were capped at 2x while the Roll to Win was 3x4x5.

    Anyway, just curious what rules you mean and whether or not that may be just specific ones. I hate the interblock ones because they just seem cheap looking and more 'Carny' to me, but if there are legit advantages, I could probably get over it aesthetic preferences pretty quick lol
     
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    Might be different for @JulianC but I've noticed slot of the Interblock ones pay 3x on 12 in the field. Also more Interblock have a spot for a players card where a lot of the other ones do not.
     
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  12. rallen

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    B - individual bubble craps.
    The Aruze "Shoot To Win" feels slow when you have fixed betting. Also, that nagging gets irritating.
     
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    I've had the worst luck on the B interlock machines. Abysmal to the point that I'm not entirely sure they're not rigged.

    I know that's not true. But man my butt gets sore every time I touch one of those machines. And it's not from the lack of comfortable seats.
     
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    B... the individual terminal game... I noticed these terminals at an Mlife casino and I tried using the Konami free play on them...no dice... still, I've played the same machine my last three trips...I like the ability of controling the "pace" of the game...that said, at $5 min. I'll start off just betting the Don't for 2-3 games to see how many rolls are made before an outcome prior to really betting...
     
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    AFAIC, bubble craps, like card craps . . . . AIN'T CRAPS!!! :mad:
     
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    I can hear my father and me mocking that voice when we are sitting near-by...
     
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    C - Live Craps

    If don't foresee ever migrating to these machines.

    If I am going to play with a machine it will either be

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    or MegaBucks.
     
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  18. Craps all day

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    "Mystery of 50 series"

    What the hell does this mean?

    I hear it in my sleep....
     
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  19. AyDee

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    I had to hunt it down,
    first answer I found on wizard of vegas:

    It is actually called "History Of Fifty," which means that very basic statistics are given on the last 50 rolls. However, the "history" given is too sparse and not overly helpful for one who seeks patterns/trends.
    In addition, the fact that most players misunderstand the name and meaning of this feature reinforces the idea that Azure really needs to revamp the machine's GUI to improve user comprehension.

    also,

    :EXTREMELY LOUD AIRHORN:
    YOU'RE THE SHOOTER, COME ON!
    IT'S EASY!
     
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  20. AyDee

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    so now someone find out where to see that 50 history is shown - as if it means anything - (I'd guess the high screen no one is looking at?), because the top of screen roll count is only 14ish...
     
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