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The Linq has a table that does not use a button. Instead of a traditional puck, the table uses lights to notify players of the point and winning bets. It’s pretty cool and I found myself mesmerized at the lights and high tech craps table. It was something different.
The table is located near the Linq entrance at the door closest to the Las Vegas Blvd sidewalk. Most Linq craps tables still use the traditional puck and set up. So if you go to the main table games area, located in the rear/center of the casino, you won’t see it.
My first question was whether the dice have a tracker in them. The answer is no. The dice are not any different from a regular craps table. If you watch the video, you see the stickperson enters the result of the roll.
It’s an interesting gimmick that is designed to bring curious eyes and attract younger generations of gamblers to the craps table. That’s good for craps. The odds and payoff aren’t reduced, and it attracts younger players to this wonderful game. Craps is a game that, if all the slot players migrated to, the casinos would be in a lot of trouble. Casinos are fed by slot revenue, in case you didn’t know.
I rubbed the felt in the area that was lit up. I couldn’t feel anything under the table, so the felt is not disturbed. That’s an important detail that some of my dice throwing friends might be interested in. I think the light is under the table. It’s definitely not a projection.
I hope you enjoy this video preview of this craps game at Linq Las Vegas. This video is just a preview to the full game. After the 7 out, the put actually closed the game.
Stay tuned as I go back for a full game.