I will use a baseball analogy to explain Dice Control on Aruze Craps. Ted Williams batted over 400 in the 1941 season (his battling average was 0.406). He is famous for explaining his science of hitting and the following is a poster explaining his approach: http://www.tedwilliams.com/_data/hzone.htm In Aruze Craps, the player cannot: - choose what pair of dice to use from a tray of dice - decide where to stand at the Craps table - pick up the dice - set the dice - throw the dice - determine the amount of force use, etc. The Player has control on one thing: - When to press the button, e.g. when the dice are rotating and a “certain set” manifest itself. This IS NOT visual ballistics. I have always stated (as general comments): - shooting earlier is better than shooting later - machine condition is paramount - worn dice is better than new dice - worn felt is better than new felt In summary - when you look at the Ted Williams poster, it tells you what pitches to hit at. If you took the time to learn about Dice “sets” in Aruze Craps, you will spot high covariance between “certain sets” and dice outcomes. The BIGGEST DEFECT to my approach is that the machine must give me the “set” that I am looking for during the shooting window, and hopefully within the first few seconds. Here’s why IT IS NOT visual ballistics (VB): if VB worked for one roll, then it must work for 2 rolls, 3 rolls, etc to as many as 15 rolls captured by the machine. Most people I’ve talked to using VB are into short rolls, not 15 rolls or more. Another argument is if I get the set that I want, I don’t need VB. If the machine does not give me the set, then VB can’t help me. So I either don’t need VB or VB cannot help me. Lastly, you will keep reading TD, the resident village idiot, use the past posting argument. My photos tend to have 15 rolls. That means I had to make 15 consecutive rolls within 30 to 40 seconds of each other, respectively. Logic dictate that is 15 consecutive past posting attempts but ONE photo. It’s always the people who cannot make 15 consecutive rolls (on a consistent basis) making some of the dumbest arguments. I will be honest, IT IS A LOT OF PRESSURE to roll successfully in 15 consecutive rolls. Try making 15 consecutive free throws and see how many make it. It’s easier when I get into my zone, but fatigue also plays a role and then there’s always the element of randomness. Once I found my machine, it’s all about getting the “sets” that I want.