worldhistoryguy
worldhistoryguy
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April 5th, 2018 at 2:48:45 PM permalink
sorry, not quite with it yet on this site's formats/usage. Please forgive. I'll get better. :)
Laymedown
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April 5th, 2018 at 3:32:14 PM permalink
I hear a lot about the IRON CROSS betting the field, 5, 6, 8 and making only a couple of $1.00 chips profit.
Would it not be better to just continuously play the DON'T COME bet, and place the same number?
(you still win a couple dollars if the place bet comes and if seven out you get all your DC bets back).
Sorry for my many daily posts. I am a retired professional and I love to chat about gambling. I also enjoy reading and can't help but to reply to some fantastic articles.
worldhistoryguy
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April 5th, 2018 at 3:42:36 PM permalink
So far in my brief career, I'm seeing that playing the DC for $75 - $300 produces some big bucks. Concurrently also, a place bet on each number (not the DC or the point) together with come bets one right after another seems to produce. While I still have yet to understand why, the roll of the dreaded 7 after the DC is established really makes one happy.
Lucca3927
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April 6th, 2018 at 3:03:46 PM permalink
Quote: Laymedown

I hear a lot about the IRON CROSS betting the field, 5, 6, 8 and making only a couple of $1.00 chips profit.
Would it not be better to just continuously play the DON'T COME bet, and place the same number?
(you still win a couple dollars if the place bet comes and if seven out you get all your DC bets back).




I've actually played that a few times. It's flawless except for those pesky 7's and 11's that hit on your opening come bet all to often. That sort of throws a monkey wrench into it's perfection.
"I should have bet black." - Winston Churchill .
Steverinos
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April 6th, 2018 at 3:50:16 PM permalink
PL bet, max odds. Two come bets, max odds. 3 numbers working at all times. After two numbers are hit, up the unit. Another two numbers hit, up the unit. Then up the unit for every number hit thereafter.

Hot rolls subsidize losses. Of course, set up and seven out sucks. But the key is to up your units when it's called for. If you get scared and don't, you won't take advantage of the hot rolls when they rarely appear.
WatchMeWin
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April 6th, 2018 at 6:17:48 PM permalink
Quote: rushdl

Iron Cro$$ is fun :)
Try dedicating yourself to 2-3 rolls/hits then get out.



You're on the right track.
'Winners hit n run... Losers stick around'
Lucca3927
Lucca3927
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April 8th, 2018 at 3:41:09 PM permalink
Making any bet on the table with show-up money or promotional chips.
"I should have bet black." - Winston Churchill .
onenickelmiracle
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April 8th, 2018 at 4:21:46 PM permalink
Can't lose when the forum members are throwing.
In the land of the blind, the man with one eye is the care taker. Hold my beer.
worldhistoryguy
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April 9th, 2018 at 7:41:32 AM permalink
Decided to risk $100 on Las Vegas USA online casino game. Lost the $100 of course but,,,,,,,,quite interesting that FOUR don't come bets in a row (after a come out bet first) were answered with a seven. Huuuuumm.
WatchMeWin
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April 15th, 2018 at 12:16:33 PM permalink
If I'm with friends and plan to stay on a table for a long time, I sometimes play this way:
Lets say Im starting with 1000.

Put 350 on dont come. Partially protect come out roll with 20 Yo.
After point is established (lets say its a 5), I then go 320 across. (50 on 4,5,9,10 and 60 on 6,8).
After 2 boxes thrown (say 6 then 4) I press the point after each number. So the 5 is now pressed up to 120 after the first roll (6), then to 220 after the second roll (10).
Now I am in a no lose situation and I will let it ride and go for the long roll. If a 7 comes next, I will basically break even (win 350 on dont pass , and lose initial 320 across plus 20 yo). Conversely, If the 5 is rolled next, I will win 308 on the 5, plus I already won 170 from prior 2 rolls (6 and 4) .. totaling 478 , but will lose the dont pass 350 and 20 yo... so it will be a win of around 108.. minus the juice on the 4.
The object of this routine is being in the position to hit the long roll at minimal risk and avoiding any fear of the 7. The only time the 7 needs to be feared is on the come out , which is definitely a risk. Alternatively, the only other way to lose is if the point is made back to back or within 2 rolls. I rarely see this happen.

However, the best way to play, imho, is to hit n run.
'Winners hit n run... Losers stick around'

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