6 & 8

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  1. Jk46

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    I am new here... Is it possible to win $75 to $100 a day playing the 6 & 8... I need a job
     
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  2. The Midnight Skulker, Feb 15, 2018

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    Of course it's possible, just not probable, and even less probable to win that amount every day. You're right about one thing though, if $75-$100/day is a requirement you do need a job, an actual job.

    PS. A small apology for the somewhat harsh welcome to the forum. It's just that anyone who thinks of casino-banked games as ATMs needs to do a lot of homework and a lot of reality checking.

    There are professional gamblers. Most play poker or bet on sporting events, games where players play against each other, not the house (directly). Others claim to be able to attack games like craps, roulette, and blackjack with advantage play techniques, but except for blackjack the skill required to achieve an advantage takes much effort to develop if in fact it even exists, and casinos are notoriously bad sports when it comes to advantage play, as card counters have learned.
     
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  3. TDVegas, Feb 15, 2018

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    Per day?

    You are better off selling water on the strip.

    You could utilize a martingale play with an enormous bankroll to guarantee a win rate 99 out of 100 times. On the 100th time, you'll lose everything.

    You want an honest answer?

    No.

    Learn poker. There is a steady stream of local poker players out here who feed off the "marks" in the poker room. No guarantee...but your best bet.
     
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  4. lone irish digit, Feb 15, 2018

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    This is Barney,

    The LID plays in way very, very similar to question posed by poster. His most wonderful strategies developed in conjunction with LIDs working with the greatest DI insights of the Jesse James of Craps the UndercoverDiceThug involves taking greatest care in identifying bestest finger for controlling the dices. Without revealing too much of the secret craps information on the public forums to many peoples of substandards characters, I can affirm that the LID only sets one dices and lets other dices go random. He almost has the sixes and eights at same probability of getting the seven with the five and nines also increasing most favorably. These techniques and super secret strategies of the world class DIs and Thugs is spelled out in his very bestest book released just last month at very reasonable prices of $295.


    Thank you very much



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  5. tabletop123, Feb 15, 2018

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    Per day?....NO! Per week?.....Maybe! Lol
     
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  6. basicstrategy777, Feb 15, 2018

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    " I hope I break even.....I need the money."

    777
     
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    If there were a way to do that....then it would also work with making a $1,000 a day, or more.

    So, ask your self this same question again, with the thought in mind that the casinos are still offering the game of craps. :)

    But welcome to the forum, and ask any questions you have about the game, someone will probably have the answers.
     
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    Sometimes you just wonder if this is a Soblete sock puppet. Cynical am I.
     
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  9. von duck, Feb 15, 2018

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    If you can't figure out who jk46 is, then you haven't been paying attention. :)
     
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  10. von duck, Feb 16, 2018

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    Pretty "low bar" and very restrictive game. Is that a NJ accent? :)
     
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  11. rongarm10, Feb 16, 2018

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    Of course u r cynical. Just sayin.
     
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  12. BuckShot, Feb 16, 2018

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    You need a hefty bank roll to over come the swings, plus you also need to progressive bet after each win from 6 to 12, Drop 4 chips and go to 30, 48, 60, 90, 120, 150, 180, 210, 240, 300
     
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  13. James Hall, Feb 16, 2018

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    what number are you betting and what is your starting bet?
     
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  14. BuckShot, Feb 16, 2018

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    6 or 8 pertaining to the original post. Actually that was a progressive betting, a more safe approach would be to just bet $12 on 6 or 8 and every time it comes in simply give the dealer $11 and ask for a quarter chip. This will get you to reach your $75-$100 goal.
     
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  15. von duck, Feb 17, 2018

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    He needs to know what numbers were rolled, before he tells you how he played his money. It's bad luck to reveal your bets first. :)
     
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    do the math.
     
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  17. KokomoJoe4, Feb 17, 2018

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    If you are playing the 6 & 8, the & means both.

    Since both the 6 & 8 pay 7/6, you can calculate how much money needs to be sitting on each number to win $75.

    7/6 x = 75

    x = 75 (6/7) = 64.285 = $64.29, round up to pay more

    Since there are two wagers: 64.29 / 2 = 32.145 = $32.15, round up to pay more

    There you have it. Place 32.15 on each number. Hit each number once before the wrong number shows. Congratulations Dave, I mean jk46, you have won $75.

    To make things easier on the dealers, place $30 on each number, collect $35 on each hit, get two hits, and you have won $70 instead of $75.

    The Dice Doctor will tell you that more money is lost on the 6 and 8 than on any other bets in the game. With this said, why do you want to bet the 6 & 8?
     
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  18. KokomoJoe4, Feb 17, 2018

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    MS, surely you are not questioning DI? :eek:
     
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  19. James Hall, Feb 17, 2018

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    The Dice Doctor will tell you that more money is lost on the 6 and 8 than on any other bets in the game. With this said, why do you want to bet the 6 & 8?

    Good post , Kokomo . If you read my signature you will see , "Low HA bets are advantage for the house
    This is part of what I repeat so often about people , playing the wrong game , They continue to pound away at the 6 & 8 even if it isn't hitting
    rather than betting what the dice are giving them . Betting to lose less / control losses as the main goal is very very expensive
    The Dice Doctor is exactly RIGHT
     
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  20. lone irish digit, Feb 17, 2018

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    This is Barney,


    Although I don't play the game of the craps, the LID in his latest book, "The Game of Craps", reveals why more money is lost on the six and eights than the other numbers even though these are mathematically the bestest place bets. Based upon detail analysis of his supper computer, more money lost on six/eights because more money is bet on six/eights.


    Thank you very much
     
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