Can't say that I actually enjoy the experience, although I must enjoy it enough to do it so often. Sure there are times when you play with an interesting group and have a good time or least a good laugh. There are other times when you are surrounded by blithering idiots. I would not play as often as I do if it weren't for five or six "big" winners (a relative term I know) over the years which still has me able to play with "safe money" that I do not consider my own, having taken it out of the casino. I have always kept my craps stash as a separate fund, and although it is shrinking at an alarming rate, there is still a bit left. Shouldn't bitch since i haven't been needing to dig into the wallet to play. I make a point to protect my play money, and what I see as the best way to do this is to buy-in with a smaller amount, leave the casino before turning it all in, and always making the point of my play to take as much off the table as possible, without turning a winning session into a losing one. Obviously you can do this with any style of play, but one bet at a time has worked best for me. After a lot of play, I must say that the only thrill left for me are the rare times when a starting $5 or $10 pass or come bet with double odds, after a lot of successive winners, has turned into a table maximum amount riding on one number.