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alexnuggets
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January 31st, 2015 at 1:01:46 AM permalink
What are some systems people use to make the most in craps from a $100, $5 or $10 table?

Goal:

Looking to lose all or win a decent amount ($400 plus)

Also looking to play for more than 5 minutes (Have some fun)

Looking for something different than pass line bet odds, press after a win, repeat.

I'm not looking for a guaranteed win or better odds.

Looking for a strategy where I lose all or get lucky with a decent win and play for a little while.

Thanks
RS
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January 31st, 2015 at 1:35:15 AM permalink
$5 table. Bet $22 inside including. If any number hits (5/6/8/9) drop $5 and press 6&8 to 12 each. After that, if either 6 or 8 hit, press them both $6 each ($2 change) OR press 5 and 9 $5 each ($4 change). If 5 or 9 hits (and are $5 each), you can drop $5 to press 6&8...or drop $3 to press 5&9. If they are $10 each, you can press the 6&8 $6 each ($2 change).

Or bet $10 on 5&9. When either hit, drop $1 and power-press to $25. When it hits again, you can either:

-Collect $35
-Press to $35 ($25 change)
-press to $50 ($10 change)
-press all the way to $60

If you're a badass, you press it to $50 with $10 change. Next time it hits, you drop $5 and power press to $125. If that hits, it pays $175. If that's good enough for you, you can take everything down and walk away. Or a total harass would full press to $300, then full press to $720, then the following roll collect $1008 OR press to $1000, drop a $28 toke/hand in for the dealers, and collect $700. Quick road to riches, my friend, if someone can roll enough 5's or 9's before a 7.

But of course, every system or whatever is -EV and you expect to lose in the long run, and you usually lose in the short run. But is definitely very fun if/when you're on a hot roll!
charliepatrick
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January 31st, 2015 at 8:06:36 AM permalink
Also see your other thread - e.g. start with $6 one/both 6 and 8 then creating numbers or use $22 across as above. Technically just pushing the 6 and 8 is best as (I'm assume it's the same in the US) they have lower House Edge than the other numbers. Also if you're trying to get to a fixed target it's easier to add up how much you've got on the table and could quit as soon as you've got there. On the one side 6 and 8 might not come up that often on a hot roll, or of course they may just come popping out like peas.

PS If you're going to do $22 or $32 across, you might as well do a pass bet and then you can back the number with true odds.
BoulderDamIt
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February 2nd, 2015 at 1:21:58 AM permalink
Find a table where the 2 in the field is paid triple and the 12 is double and play it.
From what I understand the EV is +/-0
wudged
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February 2nd, 2015 at 5:55:14 AM permalink
Quote: BoulderDamIt

Find a table where the 2 in the field is paid triple and the 12 is double and play it.
From what I understand the EV is +/-0



Both the 2 and 12 have to pay triple for a 0 edge bet.
BoulderDamIt
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February 2nd, 2015 at 3:32:36 PM permalink
Quote: wudged

Both the 2 and 12 have to pay triple for a 0 edge bet.


Gotcha, thanks for the correction. I'm just learning the correct plays. I appreciate anyone who corrects misinformation.
I know there's a few tables in Vegas and on the Strip that have a Field like this. Does anyone know where they are located?
mcallister3200
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February 2nd, 2015 at 4:17:47 PM permalink
Quote: BoulderDamIt

Gotcha, thanks for the correction. I'm just learning the correct plays. I appreciate anyone who corrects misinformation.
I know there's a few tables in Vegas and on the Strip that have a Field like this. Does anyone know where they are located?

I believe that is false. I think both pay triple at Santa Ana Star or one of the casinos near Albuquerque, and at a casino wizard visited in either panama, Dominican, Puerto Rico, or Costa Rica(I have no idea where, just remember the detail from one of his reports on gambling in X country)
AxelWolf
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February 2nd, 2015 at 4:29:58 PM permalink
Quote: mcallister3200

I believe that is false. I think both pay triple at Santa Ana Star or one of the casinos near Albuquerque

How come all the DI's are not over there raking in make it rain money for the strip clubs?
♪♪Now you swear and kick and beg us That you're not a gamblin' man Then you find you're back in Vegas With a handle in your hand♪♪ Your black cards can make you money So you hide them when you're able In the land of casinos and money You must put them on the table♪♪ You go back Jack do it again roulette wheels turinin' 'round and 'round♪♪ You go back Jack do it again♪♪
rudeboyoi
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February 2nd, 2015 at 4:36:26 PM permalink
Probably the most fun I had playing craps was at jokers wild $1 table when they used quarters and I got to bet $5.50 inside and press my bets $1.25/$1.50 per hit.
BoulderDamIt
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February 2nd, 2015 at 4:55:04 PM permalink
Quote: mcallister3200

I believe that is false. I think both pay triple at Santa Ana Star or one of the casinos near Albuquerque, and at a casino wizard visited in either panama, Dominican, Puerto Rico, or Costa Rica(I have no idea where, just remember the detail from one of his reports on gambling in X country)


I've been reading the site since October, so it all runs together a bit. I could have sworn I read a casino review where there was one one the strip. I believe it was a Wizard review. It could have been the Bellagio. Possibly the High Roller room? I know some of those reviews are several years old.
Then again I could be completely wrong.

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