Originally Posted by sleepymike
Not sure if they still do it, but the Excalibur in Vegas had a live table but no live dealer.
Everyone had a screen in front of them and their cards showed on the screen when they put their hands on the screen between the cards and the rest of the players.
Yeah, those tables in live venues are reasonably common - cruise ships and low-volume rooms in particular are fans of them I believe because they can maximise hands per hour (delay-free dealing, no delays having to call the floor for dealer errors etc) and cut costs, but
they don't tend to be very popular in my experience because when people go to a casino to play poker, they tend to expect a live dealer as part of the experience.
My local card room used to have a heap of them, but now they've all but phased them out because they sat there empty most of the time.
As for having a live dealer online, I don't know of anywhere. There was a site whose name escapes me who claimed to use real cards and shuffle machines, but it turned out they didn't actually deal every hand with them, they just used a few of them to generate input for their RNG or something.