Originally Posted by BenjiHustle
While a casino may not NEED to get a table like this to enforce a shot clock (and a good portion won't, even if they do enforce the rule), they now have a fully integrated system.
I don't wanna rain on anybody's parade, but that's a home game table, not a casino-grade one.
Since it still uses a live dealer plus real chips and cards, a casino would have to refurb it and cut holes to fit a drop box, ideally a shuffle machine too, and I'm guessing the fancy display ring will get in the way of that. The control panel is placed right where the dealer would normally be shuffling too, it'd have to be moved.
I guess the manufacturer could fix all of that if a casino ordered a whole heap of them. But if you're going to go to all that trouble just to implement a shot clock, you may as well go with an off-the-shelf product like the PokerPro table
that has all sorts of other benefits besides, like eliminating chips, cards and dealers, speeding up the game even more.