Several, if not many, posts on here are by people saying they started playing in the '60's, etc., and are still playing. I've only started playing craps at live tables last Oct. Twenty sessions to date. I'm comfortably ahead. But, w/ statements that in the long-term, due to HA, everyone is doomed to lose, I'm curious how long-term players have fared. I know in the grand scheme of "long-term," even 30 years may be short-term. Still, the experience of these "long-term" players would be interesting to read. I'm not asking for details. Just, how long you've been playing & whether you are ahead or behind. I welcome even those who've played 10 years, etc. Maybe it's just a feeling more than actual figures, since over a long time, actual figures may be hard to come by. Anyway, is the prediction true for you, or not? You don't have to detail your strategies, methods, money management, etc. It may be helpful to know if you are a random roller or a DI.