Yes, we all hope for that "Hiccup" wherein the Math temporarily goes on Vacation, & miracles seem to be the flavor of the moment. Hardways hitting with regularity, shooters consistently getting past ten rolls of the dice. Tens, & fours hitting like its raining. However, one thing that is undeniable. The more the dice are tossed, the closer the numbers will revert to 1:6. Maybe this is why the Gurus teach to play short sessions. Hoping the math doesnt prevail over a short period. Is it called Positive Short Term Variance? At any rate, the more that i ponder things, the more i lean towards TRYING to capitalize on the first 3-4 rolls after the point is established. Sure the seven appears roughly 1:6, at any given time, but somehow i respect that 1:6 a lot less after the sixth roll. Some call it the Rate of Decay of a hand as it extends past six rolls. I Simply call it THE MATH!