The modern Touchscreen TAB Electronic Betting Terminal (EBT) machines, which require no staff human contact to insert cash and place bets in many NSW pubs, clubs & TAB centres seem pretty handy. The traditional staffed bar/counter TAB Betting Terminal using the hardcopy paper betting slips which punters fill out & insert into the terminal, processed by the staff operator who handles the cash transaction also seem easy to use. Many venues have both types of these betting terminals these days, some other states would have similar setups. And of course, online betting via PC, smart device, tablet etc. is growing in popularity and also easy. Disregarding online/device betting, as well as the venue installation & running costs of the different terminals, if a venue several years ago added either 1 Touchscreen Electronic Betting Terminal (EBT) machine, OR instead 1 staffed counter Betting Terminal, which would have been more likely to attract more betting by more punters? Question: Do the Touchscreen Electronic Betting Terminal (EBT) machines, compared to the traditional counter terminal, lead to significantly more punters betting?