If you are shooting you also have to make a pass or don't pass bet. I tossed one toss on my practice table this morning and it was a 4. 100 percent success on the trial and I know it was non random because I tossed it myself. lol.

Ridiculous basis for stating the rolls are "non random"... "I get to push the button".... Makes it non random? The results will likely be different than letting the machine time out and bounce or having another player push the button at a different time.... But that has no bearing on making your results "non random". They will be different than the next guy....AND random. You are talking out of your ass...

So far, you have not. You have shown that under non random circumstances you will win. So do the rest of us.

Yea, this is getting into developing a button-pushing skill. Don't tell Liman, he'll feel inferior. No scratch that, he's not going feel inferior, especially not on the 11th day of Christmas.

Let's not forget when this guy arrived here, he stated his "crew" could and would purposefully 7 out players they didn't like. Now he's fucking around with hedge plays for comp points? Why not put the $500 on the don't pass...roll for non 7-11 (28 vs. 8)----and then just roll for your 7 after the point....AKA nuclear option. You could also lay numbers and then "nuke em" with the 7. Whammo. No waiting. No fucking around for $5 in free slot play. Just pocket the $500 and be on your way. I'm seriously at a loss as to what he's doing now....based on previous statements. Just utilize your "nuclear option" as needed...

Yup, no getting around the long arm (TD) of the craps forum law! Many have tried, most no longer post here! AssHall will be the last to go, what with being in that ALF, nothing but time on his hands.

Weather permitting...there's a good chance I will be up in Lake Tahoe/Reno over the holiday. If I can get to one of these casinos, I want to see just how generous the bubble comps are. In Vegas...they are virtually nil.

That is your opinion and you are entitled to it despite the fact binomial math supports my position that my results (posted in said photo) is strong evidence of non-random rolls. Had you studied inferential statistics, then you would have known the binomial result can be used as a proxy for the P-value. Btw, did you study statistics at the graduate level? Just curious.

Don't worry about TD, he sucks, and OAP likes it. So, let's get back to craps. If you have $100 place to lose on 6, and $100 place six, how much do you have left if there is a 7 out? And how much do you have if the 6 shows? In both scenario, how much would you have of the $200 bet? We'll go fron there.

Use my name, and you might get e better deal. That's V-O-N DUCK You might even get laid, if you can fit in an egg.

So you are implying you are smarter than us. Wonderful. But means nothing. You are also implying non random results. That is the heart of your argument. I,m not hard to please, give me a chi square result over say 360 rolls.

I myself have never studied inferential statistics, never needed to reference the binomial results as a proxy for P values. but I have slept in a holiday inn recently.

TR, what do you think about this. Would this work on the $1 bubble by adjusting the bet amounts down. Not my strategy, but I was given the OK to share.

You make dumb comments because your massive ignorance. I stated I was educated at the graduate level, not smarter. Logic dictates that I am more educated -- it speak nothing about being smarter. Here are some websites you need to read: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Statistical_inference https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Descriptive_statistics https://statistics.laerd.com/statistical-guides/descriptive-inferential-statistics.php An example of interferential statistics model requiring about 10 observations: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logistic_regression See the part about Rule of 10: "A widely used rule of thumb states that logistic regression models give stable values for the explanatory variables if based on a minimum of about 10 events per explanatory variable (EPV); where event denotes the cases belonging to the less frequent category in the dependent variable." DeMango, I am not responsible for your massive ignorance. I implied nothing when it comes to non-random results as I clearly stated my position as referenced by the photo. A third-party, who happens to be independent, states based on their online binominal calculator that P(X=x) was a small number. I am only stating facts. In summary, you need to work on fixing your ignorance and, at the same, your inability to properly use logic.

How about Motel 6 TT123? They keep a light on for u. That is if they have Motel 6 back in ur neck of the woods. Just sayin.