Harrah’s Las Vegas Introduces New Electronic Craps Table

Author: Live Casino Direct
Harrah’s Las Vegas Introduces New Electronic Craps Table
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Harrah's Las Vegas introduced a new electronic craps table called Roll to Win Craps. It's a crapping table with a giant LED screen and animations and sounds. Players do not put chips on the table to place their bets. They place bets on a personal screen. The table accepts cash and pays out with tickets that can be cashed out later.

Aruze created Roll to Win Craps table to make it easier for new players. It has a plexiglass barrier and an easy help feature. It also limits what players and dealers touch on a regular basis. Harrah’s Las Vegas Introduces New Electronic Crapsy Table.

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