I have heard the term "double pitch", but not very often the term "single pitch". In fact I have not heard anybody saying that they (at least not very often) singled pitch for a 7 out. I realize that it can and more than likely does in fact happen for a single pitch, but people really don't talk much about "single pitch". I guess in the manner of the way the dice are set would indicate a double pitch, or a single pitch. Also is there an advantage of the amount of "revs" or the less amount of revs that people put on dice? In other words if one put 5-6 revs on the dice or just one or two revs, or no revs for that matter, is there any advantage which way one tosses the dice? I would imagine that the type of table surface, hard and bouncy, or non-bouncy type of surface would probably determine the way that one would apply their amount of revs on the dice. So if the table is bouncy would lots of revs be better than very little amount of revs, or the other way around? Just sayin.