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  1. phat jack 007, Sep 6, 2015

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    ........ bye bye !
     
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    Nice hit, Jack.

    I play there occasionally. Didn't know they had a bubble, but, to be honest, I never looked. Is it a $1 min game?
     
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  3. TDVegas, Sep 6, 2015

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    That's great. Love the bubble. I'm hoping eventually the bubble replaces the costly table (4+ employees) and that savings is turned toward better payouts on slots. This way when visitors are in town they aren't burning thru $100 in 15 minutes.
     
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  4. Bases loaded, Sep 6, 2015

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    phat jack, nice win! Congrats!
     
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  5. phat jack 007, Sep 11, 2015

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    .......thanks .....
     
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    Funny you should mention this. I have been playing around with different strategies...oops styles, I'm still to new to have a strategy, on craps trainer, an app I have on my tablet. I have been betting the following way.

    Pass line bet: $5
    Cover odds: 1x for $5 or $6 depending on the point
    Buy all numbers except the point: Approximately $27 depending on the point

    Style: Let it roll, increase nothing, when I get that "feeling" pull off all bets except 1x odds and pass line obviously.
    Statistical results from Craps Trainer:
    My winnings: $4688
    House winnings: $3982
    Rolls won: 291
    Rolls lost: 277
    Average rolls per round: 6
    Session time: 3:12
    Total game time: 20:22

    Just for kicks and grins. :)
     
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  7. Pressit, Sep 12, 2015

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    Overly obvious. But facts would mess with the story line.
     
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  8. Pressit, Sep 12, 2015

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    I totally agree with you on the UH toss, but I think some are using the words "underhand" in describing their toss, but what they are actually doing is pushing the dice forward.
     
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  9. phat jack 007, Sep 12, 2015

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    ........................................... CHANGE UP ............................................
    ... HEY WAKE-UP , IT's YOUR ROLL ...
     
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  10. phat jack 007, Sep 13, 2015

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    ........................................ is any one winning consistently ?? ...........................................

    ... ..This site seams loaded with members who think winning at craps is hard .. That if someone is winning consistently there lying about it ..isn't anyone out there winning ? I know everyone is at different stages of the game and just (breaking even) sounds good to a beginner .. but the ultimate goal is to use the best betting style combined with your best dice delivery to eliminate losing ..
    ..........all you have to do is , early on get on a winning streak that hooks you hard , then take some of your winnings and buy a regulation craps table have it sent home to Houston from Vegas, put it in your game room ..Then practice 3 or 4 years full time .while. associating with other like minded dice fanatics ,then fly to Vegas every 2 weeks like clock work for 2 and 1/2 years honing your throwing skill and trying to get your betting skills to equal status .. and still after every win at the end of each session you feel like you just won by the skin of your teeth... it's a battle and to keep winning ,you have to give up the Idea of betting heavy on the long rolls, you get it done in short burst ..
    ... .. I am positive it's never.... just luck .. !
     
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  11. Pressit, Sep 14, 2015

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    One word answer, NO. I'm right handed, I like shooting from SR3-4, SO. I use only the Little Joe, or Dice Magic, for several reasons. Easy to throw from any position on the table, left or right side, easy to learn (Little Joe class), Dice Magic was available until 2010, if anyone is teaching it, it would have to be Harley. But I'm not saying Harley is teaching it. Finally I have had very good results using both, which far an away over shadow your bad days. This is just my opinion based on my experience using both methods.
     
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  12. KokomoJoe4, Sep 14, 2015

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    With this caveat, I say you've got a good style.

    Fact remains that the $48 horn total will often be money lost, to be added to the $290 across. How many hits are needed just to recapture this $338?

    Now granted the horn winner will help out at times, but assuming the $338 outlay, you need 4.8 winners to break even, call it 5 and you're up a couple of bucks.

    Might it not be smarter to take one hit, then regress to less than you have just won?

    Your play will be a hell of a lot more exciting than mine, and maybe more profitable, but not necessarily.

    I'd rather keep the large bankroll in the safe and use a small part of it today, tomorrow and the next day. To each his own.
     
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    Consistently throwing 9 to 12 rolls without a seven, is a phenomenal ratio! The advantage percentage is off the charts. If I could do that, I would be one happy camper....and a rich one to boot!
     
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  14. TDVegas, Sep 14, 2015

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    If true, this should be another multi-millionaire gambler to add to the list. If you can be THAT consistent, then you should be backing up the Brinks truck to haul out the loot.
     
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  15. tabletop123, Sep 14, 2015

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    What is considered consistent? Seven times out if ten? Eight out of ten, or is he saying three out of ten? At any rate it just doesn't add up. Think about the implications of that statement. I don't think anyone is getting consistent 9- 12 roll hands,. No one! You' d own the casino if that were the case. Certainly don't want to call this guy a liar, but that's a pretty monumental claim.
     
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  16. TDVegas, Sep 14, 2015

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    Hasn't had a 7 out in 2 rolls for two years. Put $1,000 each on 5-6-8 and $1,000 field bet. On "bad days", walk with +$200, on good days walk with $2,000. On great days, walk with $4,000. Do it once a day. Maybe $500,000 per year. About 5 minutes out of your day. Not bad.
     
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  17. tabletop123, Sep 14, 2015

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    Well, he did say he had to go! Hopefully, he was posting at the craps table between turns. Guess it was his turn to shoot the dice. I've been at the craft for almost seven years, & I do have some outstanding rolls, but I will never claim consistent 9-12 roll hands.
     
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  19. TDVegas, Sep 14, 2015

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    Because if you were truly confident you could do it .....you wouldn't be here. I wouldn't.
     
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  20. tabletop123, Sep 14, 2015

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    Whoa....... just reviewed an earlier post & this guy is requesting new dice three times during a session? What casino allows a new dice request by a player? I' 've never seen that request honored. I' 've seen all the dice dumped from the bowl, but never new dice because the player requested it. Now, if this is some kind of new thing, maybe I should be requesting new dice every time i have a short roll. Or maybe I just need a "tune up " refresher course. Lol.
     
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