Craps throwing station

Discussion in 'General Craps Discussion' started by Jeff P, Feb 19, 2018.

  1. tabletop123, Feb 22, 2018

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    My bad! I forgot that you weren't a "Street" person. Never been in a "hood" James? Lol The name "Bugs:, & "lefty" were street names that pool players went by.
    Freddy the Beard, Howard the Coward, Bus Driver, Bear, Strawberry, Scott "the Freezer" Frost, Captain Hook, Piggy, Tenessee Tarzan, Earl the Pearl.....monikers given to pool players!
     
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  2. rongarm10, Feb 22, 2018

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    Hey TD I have recently taken up pitching "shoes", horseshoes that is. There is some similarity to tossing the di, not a whole lot, but some. I haven't pitched shoes for almost 20 yrs, and I enjoyed it then and just decided to get back into it. I hope that one of these days to be up to a 65% ringer ability. I know that this post has absolutely nothing to say much about tossing dice. Sorry Jeff not really in tune with your tossing platform. Just sayin.
     
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  3. rongarm10, Feb 22, 2018

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    James I believe that the expression is "c ya on the flip side", not "flip-flop",although I have heard a few say that expression with the "flop" instead of "side". No biggie. Just sayin.
     
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  4. James Hall, Feb 23, 2018

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    This post of yours simply reinforces that you , in fact have learned little ,
    Keep following the principles as set down by , "TEDIOUS VEGAS" and you too will be relegated to the , "BONE YARD" of former craps players
    , the resting place known as the BUBBLE
     
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