In Defense of James Hall

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  1. lone irish digit, Mar 25, 2018

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    This is Barney,


    The LID uses craps betting strategy that has some similar elements of the greatest James Hall “across betting” It is either a 4 or 5 tier betting scheme depending upon if one is on $5 – $10 table or more common $25-$100 tables. It described in greatest detail in his latest book “The Game of Craps.” I will posts 4 key elements of the LIDs quad system in post on this thread until the LID reads it and get pisses off and delete it.


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  2. lone irish digit, Mar 25, 2018

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    The LID developed the quadratic betting from discussions with his most greatest craps mentor the late and great “Colonel” in Las Vegas in summer of 61. I outline strategy below but in most general terms. To get full enlightenment one needs to buy the book.


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  4. lone irish digit, Mar 25, 2018

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    As outlined in his latest book “The Game of Craps” the LID says to play the craps, one must first understand “probability and outcome” which he learned from my bestest friend the Max Planck. The LID similar to the greatest James Hall starts from conservative position and as he gets the houses monies he moves to higher level plane of betting. There are four tiers for the most cheapers table but there is additional higher level tables which includes giving me money for my casino dates. Below is general outline of the LIDs quad approach to the $5-$10 tables:



    Dice Facts - Probability and Outcomes for each and every tosses of the dices:


    Inside betting for randies is 50%


    Inside betting for DI such as LID and James Hall as well as FRT Dave is approx. 60%


    Across betting for randies is 66%

    Across betting for DI as described above is about 75%



    Quadratic Betting Approach for Lower Limit Tables


    1. Start Inside @60% probability of win with same bet until get three unit ahead of houses monies
    2. Bet Across @75% probability of win on each tosses of dice until 8 units ahead on the houses monies
    3. Add Hedge betting of Hard 6 and 8 to step 2. Bet Hard 6 and 8 at about ½ of place monies on six and eight. When one of hardway bet hits double the amount on next bet and pocket the rest of the hardway and place bet hit
    4. Can’t discuss this most biggest money maker in open forum. Details of the step 4 is discussed in the LIDs most greatest book (sale price only $299)

    Like the greatest James says with probability of making money greater than 75% and only 12% chance for hitting the sevens for the greatest FRT on every tosses of the dices how can anyone lose at “the game of the craps.” If I wasn’t too busy doing other things at casino, I might try tossing dices too.
     
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  6. Onautopilot, Mar 25, 2018

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    Is that the expected percentage, and how did you arrive at that?
     
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  7. lone irish digit, Mar 25, 2018

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    Yes, it is the probability of any single outcome on each tosses of dices. It is from the greatest works of the LIDs mentor the Colonel and modified by the LIDs suppercomputer for tosses by the DIs. For examples, tossing across for a random crapper one has 66% to hit the 4 thru 10s and a DI with his edge as calculated from the works of the Colonel into suppercomputer brings average for DI to 75%. Similarly the number of sevens expected on each toss is reduced from 16.7% to about 12% for the most skilled tossers of the dices. If you buy the book it will enlighten the reader to DI craps math as well as the only remaining picture of the late Colonel playing the craps with the LID in the 1960s in the Vegas.



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  8. von duck, Mar 25, 2018

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    I can hit the "inside" numbers 94% of the time. :) I do it by using "DI", and I can teach anybody else to do the same. :cool:.
     
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  9. lone irish digit, Mar 25, 2018

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    That's most outstanding Mr VD. I deduce that you must have been the customer who bought LIDs most recent book "The Game of Craps" or possibly a certified DI after taking the greatest DI Mesa Wow Wacker course in Mesa Az.

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  10. von duck, Mar 25, 2018

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    Actually not. You see I have found that it is much easier to "DI" { definition influence}. I redefined "inside numbers" as being those between 2 and 12, which made it much easier to hit "inside numbers", "definition influencing", (DI). Much more effective than that on/off axis shit. :) For some reason I am still unable to make money, even with my 94% hit rate?:confused: I just need to improve my betting strategy.:) Cha-Ching.:D
     
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