I have had years to work this one out... Hit and Run. I prefer playing short games, take the win or loss and come back again, repeat. Of course, if you have to drive 150 miles, 75 miles or 1200 miles to play... this is not your game strategy. Although distance to a Casino is a problem, when I am in an area for a week or more, I go frequently but with the Hit and Run game strategy. It works... for me, as that is what I have been doing since learning my lessons junket traveling to Las Vegas, Nevada for three or four night trips. My recollection is coming with high hopes. Coming back with empty pockets. Those of you who travel longer distances are at the mercy of your wanting to play and the excessive amount of time exposing your bankroll to the regressive Casino odds, built into all of the "games". Some shrug this off as the cost of entertainment. Getting yourself beat up financially is not entertainment... Shows are Entertainment. Craps is guerilla warfare. My goal is to hit hard and leave while ahead. Then, repeat. If I am beaten at their game... I recoup, think about it and can return fresh and when I AM ready. A $200 to $300 bankroll per session it is actually above the majority of Craps players bankrolls of $100 or less. They are Hit and Run players as well. The $200 to $300 bankroll is just a multiple of 2X or 3X. The player can absorb a Point Seven Out... and some sessions when you take in less than you lost. But, when the dice turn in your favor, you can press your wagers and return your bankroll back to even and make the House Money work for you. Why this happens sometimes is something for another Thread. The $1000 bankroll is 10X the $100 and 5X the $200, that's all. Nothing special about it, other than buying more time during a long losing session. These guys usually begin to get pale after the first $300 to $500 has been squandered to the Craps Tables bank. They cut their losses and leave. Work on percentages of bankroll wins, not in $$$$ totals. That is THE FATAL judgement error of most players at a Casino. I like hitting quick, take a $50+ win and go on with the rest of my day. A luxury to those of you living in a "Casino Town". Kansas City is great for Hit and Run Players... so are the major cities in Nevada. You are considered a "local", the scourge of the Casino's bank! It is no accident that Casinos are built AWAY from major metro areas that are the intended targets for income. Think about it. The investors of a Casino understand human nature... dreamers of easy money trumps smart Money Management skills. It is human nature of the majority. What is your strategy? Will the Casino always have the upper hand when it comes to location, location, location? This, of course is changing as more Casinos are being built closer to the source of... suckers. I think Atlantic City, New Jersey is getting a taste of this change in strategy, and why should New York supply New Jersey with live ones, when New York may as well reap the rewards by permitting one or more Casinos closer to THEIR metro source of income. What is your theory of where Casino's are built? What is wrong with six less than one hour Hit and Run sessions, versus one SIX HOUR butt whipping? This is strictly an opinion thread. No right or wrong. When you look into your wallet after you quit playing... the answer is right there under your nose. Isn't it?