...On DI: I know it's not changing the probability of anything. For myself and many players, its a big part of the fun...the setting procedure and toss...makes it much more fun...
On DI: I know it's not changing the probability of anything.
For myself and many players, its a big part of the fun and the Craps experience. ... there is something about the finesse of the setting procedure and toss that makes it much more fun.
We could just fling the dice hastily....
Dice setting is a superstition, an affectation, employed by the desperate and the deluded in the "hope" that it will "work."
I don't see much point in it either, unless it could spark some other idea. However, if all the world depended on one roll against me, I'd like to see it make it all the way.Quote: LuckyPhow
Well, I guess you are entitled to your opinion.
I'm often hesitant to pick up an errant die for fear of anyone thinking I'm about to switch them and that I'm in collusion with the current shooter.
I can see that argument, but if a player chases down and picks up a die, (as often done at my joint), no harm or accusation is made. The floorman or shift manager looks at the die, checks it out (including the shift's serial number on the dice), says thanks, and puts it back into the game.