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Discussion in 'Dice Influencing' started by JimRockford, Apr 22, 2018.
A camera probably wouldn't work, it would have to be done by one of the crew, and lets face it, a lot of them have more than they can handle already. There are other reasons too. A table showing a lot of DPs might be shunned by most players, and at the same time attract Don't action, which is not especially "liked" by the crew. It also might reveal some things that they don't want casual players to know. The casinos would prefer players all wear blindfolds, and trust the house to settle all bets fairly, which of course they would. They also fear players using due theory, might wipe them out.
Some players use chips and transfer data to paper after several hands, There is a complete tracking method described in a craps book titled “Craps Shooters Bible” by Tino Bandito.
It's easy, use a recording device, clip the mic to your collar, and call the numbers yourself , 6/6, 2/1, s/e, 2/1, 3/3, 4/3. Easy. Got a whole box full of mini-recorders.
Harold's in Reno had results boards....can't remember many players taking great notice of them. Maybe in todays world it would be different.
But best of all, the ignore button!
Yo Buckshot. All fine and dandy until it’s time to change sets. Not gonna work. You need BoneTracker, where you can transpose results from one set to the other.
You can still compare charts using other dice sets. for example: I tracked a shooter in this video
And just from a single session I was able to pinpoint a few useful things like LEFT/RIGHT primary numbers and with knowing this, one can simply adjust one dice or the other to eventually roll a desired number.
here is his chart result.
This is just one session with one dice set. If you create more using other dice sets, after a while you will have enough info to eventually create a MASTER DICE SET for yourself and accomplish more than nrmal fire bets and ATS bets. It's been working for my wife and I and I highly recommend these charts for those who do not like computers and prefer pen and paper.
I miss Geist
...and of course, Tom P. Was an honour to meet him when he visited Aus.
That is the hard part. Some casino properties like Island casino in Michigan wont allow you
to record rolls with a paper and pen.... Keshena you can but you have to keep the paper in
your pocket. Most other places here don't care one way or another.
When i am at a casino that does not like it and i want to play a 1 or two bet system i use
chips. I put 6 chips on my rack leaning toward me, The hand has a 4 I tip the chip forward.
Next hand has a 4 i place another on top. Next hand a 4 i place another on top. I can look
at my chips and see what numbers have hit at least 1 time in the past number of hands. the next
hand there is no 4 i remove the chips and tip the one back toward me. a peek at all 6 chips
tells me if there is any trend of certain numbers hitting and if there are numbers that are not hitting.
If there is a trend of one number or now and then two..... that is what i bet for 1 hit and down on
I don't do this when i am shooting only when i want to play and cant shoot.
Always good to know you're thinking of me Ma'am. Interesting that you chose the pink guy, Ma'am.
Didn't know there were secret meanings to the emojis...
Just curious, what does the blue one convey?
doom and gloom
Thanks for all the suggestions. I don't think it's worth it to me to be dealing with a notepad and pencil during a live game. I did try audio recording on Garage Band with my phone in my pocket, and it was hard to hear on playback. I may try again with a cheap condenser microphone to see if the audio is clear enough.
What's the problem, there's all the time in the world, plus if one of the dealers gets into a snit with somebody, you can go to writing like hell, as if you were documenting the whole thing.
Personally, I think you are setting yourself up for some problems with this approach. You're talking about something that clips to your clothes?