The difference between claw and vacuum cranes

                    KAN KRANE

                    FACTS

                    The cans are all placed bottom up
                    The bottom of an aluminum can is round
                    The suction cup is round
                    The suction cup is smaller than the diameter of the can
                    The mechanism can position the vacuum/suction over 100% of the cans
                    The mechanism lowers the vacuum/suction cup straight down
                    The vacuum and suction cup is strong enough to hold a can
                    The vacuum/suction cup holds the can during delivery, not dropping

                    VARIABLES

                    If the vacuum/suction cup is positioned over the can the player cannot lose
                    If the vacuum/suction cup is not positioned over the can the player cannot win
                    65.000 Test Cycles with the cup placed directly over the can equals 65.000 wins
                    65.000 Test Cycles with the cup placed directly over the can equals no losses

                    TRADITIONAL CLAW CRANE

                    FACTS

                    The prizes are placed at random
                    The prizes are variable surfaces and sizes
                    The claw closes mechanically
                    The claw is larger than the prize
                    The mechanism can position the claw over 100% of the prizes
                    The mechanism lowers the claw straight down
                    The claw may be strong enough to hold the prize
                    The claw may hold the prize during delivery, sometimes dropping

                    VARIABLES

                    If the claw is positioned over the prize the player can lose or can win
                    If the claw is not positioned over the prize the player cannot win

                    Test Cycles with the claw placed directly over the prize equals some wins.
                    Test Cycles with the claw placed directly over the prize equals some losses.