100 investment into a bank roll leaves you almost NO room for error, and WILL require luck and some discipline. Assuming you possess the money and discipline, and we'll stipulate the luck here is what you need to do. Learn the 'best' bets (aka, the one's with the LOWEST house edge). Understand the game mechanics, and have a plan when you start your session, how you'll cope with game ebbs and flows, and when you're going to leave. (stop win / stop loss). Finally, as an editorial comment here --- with such a limited starting bank roll, I'd recommend playing the DONTS at first ... and here is why. A pass line bet, essentially requires 2 bets, a 'line bet' which is not great, and a free odds bet, and while the free odds bet is awesome, its still more money at risk. And since you're most likely not going to be taking "full" odds right away you might want to stay away from the passline. At first. You can make a don't pass line FLAT BET, and take no odds on it, and its still a great bet b/c the odds are in your favor to win an even money bet. Surviving the comeout roll is difficult, but I postulate you have more to lose in free odds that dont' get paid on line bets then you do in re-charged don't pass bets. You can also hedge a bit if you need to. Here is an example: Go to a 10 dollar table, make a 15 dollar don't pass bet. Toss a nickel to the dealer and say I need a 3 dollar seven "hop", I like to get a dollar yo, and a dollar 12 with those 2 extra bucks. But for you, just protect yourself from the seven -- at that point you're saying I'm putting my 2 ace-deuces up against their 2-yo's, and are willing to eat a push on 12. All that said, you're in the hand for 18 dollars, (15 flat, 3 hedge). And you give yourself a great chance to win 15. What you do, is at that point, make a lay of ONE unit. Regardless of the point make a 6 dollar lay, and you'll get 3, 4, or 5, dollars a back on that depending on the point. There is nothing guaranteed about this plan, but its reasonably low risk, and if you're at a cold / cool table, you can get a few quick wins, turn your 100 into 140 or 150, and get out. Also, have a detailed plan for yourself. Say your goal should be 10% profit each session, or maybe on a limited bank roll, use an actual dollar amount, say 50 bucks. If you hit that number, get out. Have a planned exit strategy, lose half your buy in, get out...the dice will be there tomorrow. Good luck.