One of the reasons I joined this board is because I have read numerous posts by Superrick calling the bluff of the Mad professor. My first experience with craps was 10 years ago when I was in college when myself and some friends tried craps at Casino Queen in St Louis. We had no clue what we were doing, but we won that first time we played. I think we even bet the big 6 and big 8, as I said, we didn't know what we were doing. I turned to the internet to learn how to play craps and stumbled upon the whole dice influencing concept. I'm a mechanical engineer, and that was when I was ripe with knowledge of kinematics and dynamics, so the concept of it was very viable. I don't even remember what website it was at the time, but I came across the many writings of The Madprofessor. I instantly became a fan, and (long story short) was snowed by the writings of his ''craps skill''. From what he wrote, he had it all! Averaging hundreds of thousands a year in winnings, comped for everything, and a shot that defied physics (SRR of 28:1 or some nonsense). At the time, all I saw was easy money if I could shoot like he did. Long story short, I became disinterested after I couldn't achieve an SRR of 28, and then grew up (graduated, started my career, got married, had a child, have a second on the way). Several months ago, for some reason, I wondered if the Madprofessor even existed. He never posted photos, never disclosed his real name, and I couldn't recall any of the big shots in the dice influencing school industry ever playing with him or having him instruct classes. So, I did a basic Google search named ''does the Mad professor of craps exist''. Thats where I came across the writings of Superrick. It became apparent that the Madprofessor was just a character created by someone behind a computer, a character that someone was living vicariously through. Superrick had the balls to call shenanigans on it all, and I applaud it. The way the Madprofessor and his followers get super defensive when anything is questioned speaks for itself. In closing, have fun playing craps, don't get snowed by fiction writers like The Madprofessor.