Well, I'm back from a One day trip to my Local casino. I came home with an EXCELLENT win, & hit the 4 Point Fire Bet Twice. The strange Part is that I employed a Toss that I VERY RARELY use. The ICE TONG Toss from stick right 1. Now, my regular Toss is an Underhand Forward Spinning "LOB" Toss. NO, I DO NOT Bowl my underhanded Toss down the Table with the Dice Tumbling end over end. I have better success lobbing my Underhand. It is what it is. On this particular trip my hands stayed "Sweaty", & I could not maintain an equal release from the palm of my hand so I had to switch Tosses. That's why when You practice DI'ng You should ALWAYS practice more than one Toss. Unfortunately, the table that you are Playing on may not be Receptive to your "Base Line" Toss. Now, I normally don't practice more than MAYBE 10 Ice Tong Tosses per Week. I have spent a CONSIDERABLE amount of time practicing the Ice tong toss during the initial stage of my DI journey. But it's not a "Base Line" toss for me. However, this particular outing it worked to Near perfection. So LETHAL was the toss, that at one point in time I fell into "Dead Punch", & started Successfully "Hopping" Numbers. Now, I have the same Problem at home with "Sweaty" Hands when I'm tossing on my 14 Footer, but I always Solve the problem with a Dry Towel, wipe, & Baby Powder. Since my PALM, & NOT the finger Tips Release the Dice with my underhand Toss, I only need to keep the Palm of my hand Slippery so that the dice can have a Uniform release. Unfortunately, I DID NOT bring a small towel or Baby Powder on this Particular trip so I was FORCED to switch tosses. Now, I am aware that You CANNOT put ANY foreign substances on the Dice at the casino. However, what I NORMALLY do is to keep Baby Powder & a Small dry Towel in my back pocket. You can simply dip your finger tips into your back pocket, rub it across your hands, & wipe the excess off with the Dry Towel(While at the Table). However, it may be Simpler to "Suit Up" in the Convenience of the Rest Room! LOL Another thing the Aspiring DI MUST learn is "Die Tracking" IN THE CASINO! It's EASIER to "Die Track" at Home Because MOST DI's use Two Different Colored Dice. Easier to track left/Right Die that Way. Think you have KEEN eyes? TRY left/Right Die tracking in the Casino WITH YOUR MONEY ON THE LINE!!! How you gonna "Adjust" Your Toss & Dice Sets if you Don't Know what Your Left/Right Dice are doing? I'm still working at Die Tracking in a Casino Environment. I'll be the first to tell you that it Aint easy!!! Now, Superrick says he can Left/Right Die track 100% of the time WITHOUT needing two different colored Dice. However, (I'm taking a Guess at this), He's Probably been Dice Influencing for 10 Yrs or more!!! So, it's probably Second nature to experienced shooters like superrick. This was my Second experience SUCCESSFULLY keeping up with Left/Right Die tracking in the Casino, & I"M TELLING YOU FIRST HAND, that when you Master THAT part of DI'ng it'll take you to the next level, beause you are Continuously making the Appropriate Adjustments Each & every Toss of the Dice. Making Dice Set Adjustments Per Toss. Sometimes, your Toss results won't need Adjustments because the results are as Expected. When they're not, You simply click the disobedient Die one click Forward, backwards, left, or right. Next time your Practicing, Give it a try. You just MIGHT like it!! Good luck at the Table!