I had to wait 3 hours last night (and several trips) until the bubble craps machine was empty so I can show you guys the necessary results. Plus I did not want to kill anyone's or a bystander's bankroll in the process. I had to get back to the same casino, same machine and Station #4 to repeat the Nuclear option or rolling mainly red 7's as well as blue 7's. When the machine is full of players, it's hard to show my red 7's in a photo. First photo is the first ten rolls and come what may and note that I am the only shooter / player: The first number in the 10 roll series starts with an 8 (which is the point) -- the red 7 before the 8 was from the prior player that busted out. First series: 8 - red 7 so I am 1 for 2 in rolling 7's Second series: Blue 7 - 6 - red 7 so I am 2 for 3 (or 3 for 5 so far) Third Series: Ten - 4 - red 7 so I am 1 for 3 (or 4 for 8 so far) Fourth Series: 3 - 9 so I am 0 for 2 and 4 for 10 or a batting average of 40%. In the next photo you can see why rolling 7's are so EFFEN DIFFICULT. It is much EASIER TO AVOID rolling a 7. In this machine, the player is only allowed 15 seconds to shoot the dice. If the player wants non-random rolls, the players has really less than 10 seconds because of "kinetic energy" aka the dice are airborne and getting higher off the vibrating plate after the 10 second mark meaning greater chance for random rolls. You can see the players really DOES NOT have enough time to look for a certain dice combination and assuming awesome eye-hand coordination to make the shot, pop the dice and land with a 7 combination showing. This stuff is not easy!! The worst case scenario is the machine is tumbling the dice that never gives a good combination to shoot at (for a 7) within those first 10 seconds. Btw, an eagle eyed reader will notice (based on the second photo) that I rolled 2 more 7's (red 7 & blue 7) in the next five rolls. That meant I rolled 6x7's in 15 rolls, which is still 40% batting average. That means the nuclear option is alive and well -- it is so important that I shoot from this station -- station #4 in this casino. Remember, you can't reverse engineer future rolls.