Too often when we win craps we give some of it back because we do not walk at the right time. Trying to determine when that time is, well it is the secret isn't it? Sometimes we play on till the next losing hand as we do not want to walk during a hot sequence of shooters and sometimes it works out for us and sometimes it does not. Others colour up immediately after a long hand and I admit I have also done this. That is easy. But when is the right time to walk to optimise your winnings when the table is neither hot or cold? May I offer this piece of advice? Keep track of what your low points and high points are during your session. For example, if you are at the table and have been playing for an hour and your low point was -$20 and your high point was +$50, and say you happen to catch a couple of good numbers or a pass line parlay, and after the hand is over you now sit at +$120 overall, I suggest that is the time to walk.