# Play craps like a pro with Power Pressing strategy \$380 Buy In.

Discussion in 'Beginner Zone' started by BuckShot, Mar 10, 2018.

1. DeMango, Mar 23, 2018

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He is reading and (was) keeping his mouth shut

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2. BuckShot, Mar 23, 2018

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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.

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3. BuckShot, Mar 23, 2018

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Tested:

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.

and now My latest strategy that proves it's consistency long term play and also Positive profits 75% of the time...

The Winner is ROUTE66

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.

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4. Dave G Ct, Mar 23, 2018

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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.

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5. BuckShot, Mar 23, 2018

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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

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6. Dave G Ct, Mar 23, 2018

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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.

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7. random_roller, Mar 23, 2018

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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)

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8. BuckShot, Mar 23, 2018

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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.

Cheers guys!!!

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9. Dave G Ct, Mar 23, 2018

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Good Luck!

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10. Dave G Ct, Mar 23, 2018

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1. Agree with your figures.We are not talking about which would make more money but what use of the \$30 investment would be better.
2. I would be a nervous wreck playing either method lol

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11. DeMango, Mar 23, 2018

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12. random_roller, Mar 23, 2018

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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.

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13. Dave G Ct, Mar 23, 2018

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Yes make more money with a reduced risk.I am not a disciple for either feast or fathom.

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14. random_roller, Mar 23, 2018

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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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15. lone irish digit, Mar 23, 2018

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This is Barney,

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Thank you very much

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16. tabletop123, Mar 23, 2018

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It's feast or famine, Dave!

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17. rongarm10, Mar 23, 2018

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Some people have said that he is one of the more "modern genius" of r time. Just sayin.

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18. Onautopilot, Mar 23, 2018

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Depends on how "deep" the fathom was that he referenced.

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19. Onautopilot, Mar 23, 2018

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I always thought of him as one of the greatest minds around.

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