Hedging reduces the variance; less variance is good for the House in Craps, not the player. Having said that, it is sometimes reasonable to want less variance than craps with odds represents, but I think I would just not make bets of 1000 units [or dollars]
How should I be playing the game of craps then
Pass line and come bets with max odds or don't pass and don't come with max odds.
BTW 5k is not a large bankroll to use for Craps.
*and get dirty looks from the dealers for making it hard; this maximizes the benefit albeit less than 1000 too
I have been spent the past couple weeks looking over various systems and would like to test something at a casino but would like comments please before I do.
Starting off with roughly 3 to 5k
1k Dont pass with a 60 dollar Yo and maybe a 150 3 way hop 7 to protect against the 7,11 come out
As soon as a point is made I immediately place a 1000 on that point
Sure it costs me roughly 200 every come out roll
But every time it hits I make
2000 on 4,10 minus 200
400 net on 5.9 minus 200
175 on 6,8 minus 200 is actually a loss
Plus the occasional come out roll winner
Is this wise? Or is there another potential cheaper way to protect against the 7,11?