Craps and General Theory of Relativity

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  1. lone irish digit, Aug 23, 2021

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    In one of the LIDs early craps book he discusses his conversation with the Einstein and the late, late Max Planck about how the slight differences in space-time for different casino elevations may cause a controlled toss to either rotate slightly more or less dependent as a function of location/elevation.

    Ignoring the opposite temporal effects as would be anticipated from Special Relativity, the three concluded that a skilled DI would notice the effects of differing space/time curvature and could cause slight differences in results that they would anticipate from Bonetracker outcomes that they get at their most frequented space-time casino.
     
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  2. lone irish digit, Aug 23, 2021

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    Recently, the LID tested this hypothesis and found out that he had better results at the Vegas casinos which are at a similar elevation that he practices at as compared to Blackhawk and Biloxi casinos which are significantly different. He attributes the difference to time speeding up for his toss at Blackhawk and in Biloxi his time is moving at a slower rate than he is accustomed to. Do any of the other DIs on forum feel their craps toss is being effected by differing space-time curvature at different locations
     
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  3. Mssthis1, Aug 24, 2021

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    Biloxi is fast compared to Tunica. Time moves very slowly in Tunica.
     
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    The inference here is that things matter that is why i always take a hygrometer along
    on my trips One does wonder if differences in altitude will increase or decrease the
    acceleration of my toss or the kinetic energy of the dice.

    What i found and i share this material for your next book is that the elevation of the table
    is profoundly more important than the elevation of the floor it rests on. In addition the changes
    in you personally from day to day are more important than anything excepting the number of
    rum and cokes you had prior to playing.

    Proof of my theory can be obtained in your own location and at any elevation by comparing the
    time it takes to open your pill bottles take out the pill and reclose the bottle each day.

    Dicesetter
     
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  5. KokomoJoe4, Aug 24, 2021

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    TDB xxx, G xxxx, I mean Gordon, LID stands on his head when tossing the patented Z, skipping stone, which he always sets as H6 1/5:5/1, an unsafe start, in order to end G2. He knows that safe outcomes are most important, and that the dice nearly always go off-axis.

    He used to think that when he hits a hard six out this set, that he is "on-axis", but now he knows better.

    As you may not know, LID has calculated the relationship between altitude and water vapor pressure and knows exactly how and when to snap his fingers pre-toss to compensate for variations in pressure.

    For Christ's sake, LID even has this formula on his blackboard, in the picture where he is standing on Mike's ladder in the lecture room. (let's call this the lecture Hall, ;))

    I want to see the "love letters" that LID wrote to the Arm, when he dated her in her Captain's crew days.
     
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  6. twodicebilly, Aug 24, 2021

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    I dont know what to say except that information about LID dating the ARM was not supposed
    to become public knowledge. Even talking about this is risky since that information as well as
    the actually origin of the GTC and LIttle Joe and doctor Z shots were to have disappeared alone
    with Anthony Zizzo, James SQuillante, Anthony Strollo,Rocco Perri and James Hoffa

    TDB
     
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  7. lone irish digit, Aug 24, 2021

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    Back in the early 90s when the LID was at MIT and heading up the well known MIT craps team, he developed the equations, based on the work of his old comrade the Einstein regarding General Relativity Theory, which are currently used to modify (slow them down) GPS clocks prior to putting them in orbit. These modifications are necessary because time is running slightly faster for the GPS clocks than those on the earth. This slight differences in time at different elevations is what the LID blames for his poor dice control outcomes at both Blackhawk and Biloxi (or at least that what he tells his current wife).
     
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    CRAPS IS EASY.... just set in group one and throw

    [​IMG]


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  9. KokomoJoe4, Aug 25, 2021

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    There's more to it than that. You need to first put out $42 across, then throw nothing but box numbers.
     
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  10. lone irish digit, Aug 28, 2021

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    In order to extend his Dice Control career, the dumbass LID has recently incorporated the time dilation effect of General Relativity Theory in his every day life. Since it is a well known fact that your feet age quicker, because of time dilation, than your head, the LID is now sleeping in a standing position with his arms tied up above his head. He feels this will add longevity to his hands and arms for dices tossing. The LID also claims the time dilation is root cause of becoming a craps innumerate, as seen in aging short people such as the Supperick.
     
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  11. KokomoJoe4, Aug 28, 2021

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    LID,

    Since there does not seem to be any other scientists here at the Craps Forum to discuss these things, other than the lurking astrophysicist Hakeem Oluseyi and the potentially lurking theoretical physicist Michio Kaku, who incidentally is trying to prove that there actually are 577 permutations,

    can we move on to other things?

    Someone wants to see both love letters and pictures pertaining to the time you were dating the Arm. You know, back when you two were part of the Captain's crew.

    How did the crew handle "little Scoblete", back in the early days when he was pestering the Captain about his shooting skills?

    Did either you, the Admiral or the Arm (wasn't her name Ceel?) consider this pestering as harassment, or was it all in good fun?

    I think Frank shoots out of the 3V. He probably keeps them on axis >44.4% of the time too.

    What set did Ceel teach you was best?

    Pictures please, and include Mike's ladder in the lecture Hall too.

    TY. I am finished. [6][1].



     
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  12. lone irish digit, Aug 28, 2021

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    Sorry to report that Eustace accidentally deleted all of LIDs pictures when Eustace was attempting to delete gigabytes of porn from the LIDs Supper computer's hard drives. The LID was in the process of data recovery when two days later the tornadoes hit and destroyed the Supper computer, time shifting device, and Ms MPs lingerie.
     
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  13. lone irish digit, Aug 28, 2021

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    One other little known dice fact derived from the General Theory of Relativity that the late Max Planck (MP) discovered while watching Ms MP wash the car was the total number of permutations of two craps dice. His calculations were derived as follows. 24 x 24 = 576 x 2(teets)= 1152 possible permutations. QED
     
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  14. lone irish digit, Aug 29, 2021

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    Let me clarify last post for free and I'm not violating any secret information. One dice has 4 permutations for each of 6 faces = 24. With 2 dices its 24 x 24 = 576 perms.

    Then with Ms Mp washing car it equals 576 x 2 = 1,152 permutations


     
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  15. twodicebilly, Aug 30, 2021

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    this is the original
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    you know these two

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    you also know the arm was never photographed at the table though some say this was her

    [​IMG]

    this is another player you should recognize
    [​IMG]

    here is the duck in his hay day, well before dice control


    Dicesetter
     
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    If I am in any of those pics, I do not recall being there. That 1889 high proof whiskey is some good stuff.

    No bets on Big 6 and 8, so I wasn't there.
     
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    page 14 of my book shows that layout....John Winn invented betting to lose, which is not reflected.......The Philadelphia layout reflects betting to lose, which came about in the early 1900's......that is an old photo....prior to 1907.

    777
     
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