To expand a thought of TDB about how his Little Joe Toss is affected by table height and even more so is that he can’t do crap on some tables. The Resort Casino I am at has two craps table. One which is open all day and so far I fought to just keep my head above water on it. It’s a bit bouncy for my PARR toss or as Full Press says my “On axes toss” but what boggles me is I have a tendency (so far) to get bad flight dynamics on the main table. The dice separate too much for my liking and I have trouble hitting my spots. Is it the dice or table height? I try to play on the other table when it is open but because of the in-room bubbling pool I have difficulty in clearing out my spot. When I have played on the second table I have done well with both flight and landing characteristics great and I have made up for a lot of the video poker losses. For example I got in four hands on the second table last night and after opening with 6 points the other table dudes passed the dice back to me. I followed with two back to back 4 pointers. On my last hand I did not make a point although after the comeout roll I had 24 more tosses. My plan was to bet conservatively for my swan song toss and after covering my bets just collect and press as I wanted to ensure I would be ahead before heading back to the in-room bubbling pool. On this hand my point was a five which I had $5 on it with no odds and $12 on the six and eight. I planned to expand to the nine to ensure I have a 50% probability on each toss. Like I said, my toss looked great on this table and I proceeded to toss 24 more tosses before the seven came. Out of the 24 tosses I hit 10 sixes and 8 eights. I kept track of the toss total and six and eights in the rack. What’s even more amazing I just continued to flat bet the six and eight because I was in awe of my toss and shit I was getting paid on just about every toss with little money invested. After tossing a bunch of repeaters six and eights the box started to examine the dice between tosses. The other end of the table pressed the hell out of the six and eights and made good money. Like I said these hands helped recoup one my worst VP losses ever but why the great disparity in tosses; dice, table, or combination of both. Oh, the set I was using was a G2 V3 quick set permutation so Dave would call this a 6 and 8 set although Koko would say I showed my axes. Why the big differences between tables so far I am not sure.