"'The next piece of technology that we will be introducing in the Las Vegas market ... will be the RFID technology,' Stanley told the online site, www.zdnet.com earlier this month. He emphasized that tracking of live table-game play, via sensors in the tables and the chips, can allow those players to gain rewards similar to those earned by slot players now."
Harrah's has about 50 properties world-wide. That could be a MONSTER sale if they go "all in", so the next time one of you guys goes to the strip, check in on Harrah's and see what's going on there re: RFID chips and let us know if you hear anything good.
Kidecar I was in Las Vegas a couple weeks ago and went to the Santa Fe Station to look at there new RFID table game pit. Unlike Wynn Las Vegas it was impossible to tell or detect any RFID detectors or readers. They have them hid quite well. The only thing I noticed when I walked into the area was new carperting was added to the entire table game area and some of it just needed the finishing touchs completed near some of the pilars in the casino. At Red Rocks you can't see any signs of RFID at all. If Harrahs has incorporated RFID my quess is it's well hidden. The only way I know a particular casino has adopted RFID is the chip site you provided.