Dice Influencing is an idea. A number of select individuals have taken a pair of dice, rotated them to make some sense of possible outcomes by careful execution of a toss across the green felt. ...and charge for this 'opportunity'. The secret to playing successful Craps is not that complicated. The Craps Dealer's Manual. Take, Pay, Place. It is orderly. You lose a wager, the Dealer TAKES. You win a wager, the Dealer PAYS. You make a wager, or an additional wager, or move a wager, increase a wager, decrease a wager- the Dealer PLACES. Why is Dice Control, aka Dice Setting and other terms of delivering the pair of pre orientated dice... so... COMPLEX and CONFUSING? Because it does not... exist. There is NO common TEXT available where an experienced or inexperienced Craps Player can open the text and be able to control the dice in such a way to improve or make the dice outcomes prefer their... wagers. Casinos only need to train their Dealers... Take, Pay, Place. Repeat after each roll. A Seven Out... take all. A winning wager... pay. Repeat, repeat and repeat to perfection. Break in Casinos like Joker's Wild in Henderson, Nevada play down to 25 cents. This is the most difficult Craps using parts of a Dollar. Not rounding up. Only Bubble Craps can do this down to Cents. Perfection of the Craps Game... and no doubt written into Law that the Bubble may exhibit all the features of a Craps Table... it pays out like a... Slot Machine to operate. A Dealer learns how to work out the Pays and later uses this ability to work the tables effectively. Take, Pay, Place. Reality. Set, Shoot and Win... just another way to charge a Player how to beat the table, but only in someone's imagination. New Years comes only once every year. When you can win consistently by the Set, Shoot and Win... the Craps Table will close and the Bubble Craps will be your one and only option. Reality, at times, is a difficult concept to accept. Somethings sound good, but proving it is another matter.