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Discussion in 'Beginner Zone' started by BuckShot, Mar 10, 2018.
He is reading and (was) keeping his mouth shut
I can easily answer this just from visual experience at the tables... I don't recommend this 4/10 betting.
Think about it, you are betting on Two numbers that are harder to roll for one... and also against a seven that is easiest to roll.... give it some thought then when it finally kicks in we can move on.
1) Both 4 & 10 @ 15 each then after a single win, Press both 4 & 10 to 25.
2) Created a strategy for individual presses for the 4 or 10 with a 50% press increase
3) Created a strategy to press both 4 & 10 pressing each number individually till a specific $ amount was reached.
4) split it up: betting 4&6 and also 8&10 with individual presses to infinity.
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Guys keep in mind, it's never about the money. When it comes to a multi betting type of game like craps the only way it can be beat is with "consistency"
I will assist in any way I can to test out anyone's methods... to prove otherwise. Just let me know in detail what comes to mind.
You do not need simulated computer rolls.The math shows betting on the 4&10 you will get a hit on one of them 1/6 the of the time where a hit on either 6 or 8 occurs 5/36 of the time.Not as good.
not 5/36 it's
1) 10/36 for the coupled 6&8 against 6/36 for the seven (4 extra rolls is a very good advantage play)
2) 6/36 for the coupled 4&10 against 6/36 for the seven (50/50 shot)
3) 8/36 for the coupled 4&6 against 6/36 for the seven (2 extra rolls & a 2:1 deal if the four gets rolled)
4) 8/36 for the coupled 8&10 against 6/36 for the seven (2 extra rolls & a 2:1 deal if the Ten gets rolled)
Keep in mind if you're gonna couple the 4/6 or 8/10 its the same as 5&9
We are not talking about a hit on the 6 or 8.We are talking about a hit on only one which is 5/36. You are only betting the 6 or the 8 not both.
Assuming $15 on both the 4 & 10, $30 on the 6 and there are 2 hits on the 4, 1 hit on the 10 and 3 hits on the 6:
4: place for $15, 1st hit buy the 4 for $40 ($27 payout, press $25, pay $2 vig, $0 banked), 2nd hit $80 payout, $4 vig, $116 & down ($40 + $76).
10: place for $15, 1st hit $27 payout, $42 & down ($15 + $27)
3 hit Total for 4 & 10 = $116 + $42 = $156 (includes $30 original bet amount)
6: place 6 for $30, 1st hit press to $60 ($35 payout, $5 banked), 2nd hit press to $120 ($70 payout, $60 press, $10 banked, $15 total banked), 3rd hit $140 payout, $260 & down ($120 + $140)
3 hit total for 6 = $260 + $15 banked = $275 (includes $30 original bet amount)
Guys, I'm out... Heading to casino late start tonight... gonna be using the $38 power press single number method tonight between 9 and 2am. Will post trip report when I get back.
Agree with your figures.We are not talking about which would make more money but what use of the $30 investment would be better.
I would be a nervous wreck playing either method lol
My head hurts!
Ok, but isn't the purpose of said investment to make (more) money?
Sometimes I'll buy the 4 & 10 for $25 each to go along with a PL bet. 1st hit, press to $50, 2nd hit press to $100, and hopefully go from there. Really great when one of those numbers gets all (or most) of the hits.
Yes make more money with a reduced risk.I am not a disciple for either feast or fathom.
Presume you meant "feast or famine". Buying the 4 & 10 isn't too bad, especially if the vig is delayed (on win).
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It's feast or famine, Dave!
Some people have said that he is one of the more "modern genius" of r time. Just sayin.
Depends on how "deep" the fathom was that he referenced.
I always thought of him as one of the greatest minds around.
especially for a guy with the handicap that he had to live with for all of his life. Just sayin.