Strange. I would have expected electronic dice with perhaps some display dice as a decoration.
Rules not known by programmer? That is not a surprise.
Buttons with no acknowledgment is not a surprise either.
If you don't think its random... pounce on it.
I just wonder how this complies with California laws that even on Indian reservations do not permit any wager to be settled solely by dice.
That newscaster at the end of the video must know something about the game...six the hardway, six the hardway...lol
>>>My friend hit a 2 at 30 to 1 with $40 bet, a $1240 payout and the machine locked him out for further play as it generated a W2G payout, just like a slot machine. Took 15 minutes and he was NOT able to make or even have any access to HIS $1500 that was in the machine.
That cost him about $700 lost in the next 10 rolls.
That feature really SUCKS for a high roller!!!<<<<
This was one of my major problems with some of the Pennsylvania electronic Table games when they started. I was going up and down one day and bet something like $220 on a BJ hand. I split the hand, and doubled 1 of the splits and won $660, meaning I was 'paid out' $1320. That locked the game and made me wait for a W2. I didn't even net a $1200 win, it was only $660. They were extremely slow in getting to me, and when they did they were like "Wow! Big winner! Congrats!" I was like "Well, not really, half of that is my bet, I really have to have a W2?" I continued to try to explain it to the slot attendant but to no avail. Nice that they expect me to report $660 of my own bet as a win.
Couldn't they come up with something a little more entertaining than that dice vibrating do-dad; like some kind of automated dice tosser? At least you'd get to see them fly!