Is there a reason you placed the 4,5,9,10 instead of buying them? Not criticizing, just asking. On the azure machine here a bought $75, 5 or nine pays $1.87 more net than the place, and $7.50 more on the 4,10. That is even after they chump you by taking vig on the amount won instead of the amount bet. The interblock machine takes vig on the amount bet on wins only. One of the reasons I prefer it. Make sure you check your local machine. They aren't all programmed the same.

A 200 loss ceiling is normal and will occur many times during the cold part of the day. as long as there is at least two shooters per table session rolling numbers, before you know it, you're back on top.

because when your bets go across, they start off with $10.00 each o 4 and ten. It's only when they get rolled again, I will then buy for $25.

yes 15:1 minus any extra numbers if you bet all. Example if you were to bet $15 hopping Sevens and 6,1 showed would pay $75 minus $10 for the other sevens.

DeMango, I've don'e that already with 4,5 | 5,6 | 6,8 | 8,9 | 9,10 For consistency, the 6,8 has proven itself for long term play many times over in the last few months as compared to others. All are similar depending on the dice set used to roll the numbers at the live tables. There are days at the casino where certain numbers are running hot so an awesome STARTING POINT betting strategy I would recommend: 1) Start with 15 on each on 5,9 then after one hit, power press to 25 on both and 1 chip to your rack. 2) Start with $18 on the 8 & $15 on the 9 (8 pays 21, 9 pays 21) Similar to the 6/8 just Power press the 8 to $30 and the 9 to $25 3) Start with 15 on each on 4,10 then after one hit, power press and BUY4 & BUY10 on both for $25 4) Start with $18 on the 6 & $15 on the 5 (5 pays 21, 6 pays 21) Similar to the 6/8 just Power press the 6 to $30 and the 5 to $25 Again it depends on what dice set the regulars are using and what trending numbers are made from each of the regulars. This is where you need to keep a good visual track on the regular shooters (Not counting random rollers or rhythm rollers) Recently, I've been spreading my bets using the INSIDE/OUT Strategies (Mostly with the $15 minimum and It's been very good when you get that "rhythm" going on at the tables with all the numbers coming in. You would love this one at the tables DeMango. Your chip tray will accumulate quite a few green chips however the recommended starting bank roll would have to be at least $1000 to get you through any of the "Cold" swings. Also keep in mind, this "spread type betting" in most cases WILL NOT ensure long term play so keep your win goal close to around $500/Session at the live tables. Just the other day at a casino I've decided to test this strategy listed above for the long/aggressive approach and LOST my entire session bank roll lasting only 5-6hrs of play at the table, so be careful with the betting and keep a close eye on the regular shooters and trending numbers.

Its ez, any two number you choose. First hit up 1 unit, second hit Fullpress it, collect twice. 1/2 press & collect till you have a nice number from each hit. Best played at 10-15-24$ base bet levels. You need a DI toss dialed in tho. If you make short rolls and no points. Dp/30 odds. Get up 100$ and see if it changes or exit the game.