Craps Player’s Brain on Dopamine Craps is an adult’s diversion. Much like adolescents on Video Games... an addiction to the brain’s production of stimulants. Once exposed, many Craps Players are addicted to participating no matter the cost. Follow some Forum Members posts. Especially the Dice Influencing Threads. There is not only a Dopamine high discussing Craps, but substitutes the desire to actually play Craps at a Casino. An increase in the heart's pulse rate. A high in mental stimulation to promote one's ideas to readers. A true addiction at its... worse. The risk and rewards affect everyone differently. Some it is a true addiction. Others find it as a recreation and can go onto something else easily. Risky behavior has its rewards, but over the long term risks. Personalities become aggressive and supportive of others sharing common traits of gaming addiction. Craps Dealers are an example of dealing at a table and have a resistence to actually participating as a Player, risking their money. Many go on to writing books ABOUT Craps, but not actually play. An alternative high when books are sold. This addiction has become a positive choice and an alternative to actually playing Craps. What is your opinion? Mine is from being a Player, a Dealer and then an Observer. It is obvious to me. Can you resist temptation or prefer to gloss over this idea and go back to producting dopamine to stimulate your fantasy of easy money without working?