WatchMeWin
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April 4th, 2017 at 6:53:34 PM permalink
Hit n run...
'Winners hit n run... Losers stick around'
OnceDear
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April 5th, 2017 at 1:52:28 AM permalink
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Hit n run...

Yes, but what about when you hit and lose? Do you stick around trying to win it back, or do you just skulk away quietly into the night and never mention that session again?
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WatchMeWin
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April 5th, 2017 at 5:37:34 AM permalink
Quote: OnceDear

Yes, but what about when you hit and lose? Do you stick around trying to win it back, or do you just skulk away quietly into the night and never mention that session again?



To say 'hit n lose' is contradictory , as hit is implied to win and then you must run and walk away. If you hit n lose, this would mean that you stuck around to give it back. What I think you meant to say is what if you never hit and just lose right away.... the key in this instance is to tuck in your tail and NOT CHASE, and make sure this loss is at a minimal that you are willing to risk every time you play. It is the hardest thing to do in gambling, but knowing when to walk is a not commonly seen in the gambling world. This is one of the things that casinos prey upon.
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April 5th, 2017 at 8:02:43 AM permalink
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Hit n run...



But if you "hit and run" with your win on Wednesday and you come back on Thursday to play again doesn't that mean that you really didn't run?

Are you saying that you are more likely to win when you come back on Thursday then you are to win more by staying and playing more on Wednesday?

I'm not trying to give you a hard time but if that's what you are saying that's a little bit hard to believe.
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April 5th, 2017 at 8:46:03 AM permalink
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But if you "hit and run" with your win on Wednesday and you come back on Thursday to play again doesn't that mean that you really didn't run?

Are you saying that you are more likely to win when you come back on Thursday then you are to win more by staying and playing more on Wednesday?

I'm not trying to give you a hard time but if that's what you are saying that's a little bit hard to believe.



That is exactly what I am saying. I know you may say.. why isn't the next shooter just the same as coming in another day? Well, you just have to learn from experience to understand. It has worked for me for the past 10 years. It is real man. The first 10 years on craps were a nightmare because I never got off the table and thought every roll would be 'that long roll'.. It just doesnt work out in the long run. Im currently on a 24-4 day winning run in 2017. Not big wins , 200-500 a pop.... but they are wins. The 3 times I didn't win was twice when my table 7 out a couple times right away and I couldnt make it back, and the other 2 times I stayed on longer than I normally do and tried to catch a long roll. Im not going to preach about the energy anymore, but it is an inexplicable reality and Ive figured my own success from it.
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April 5th, 2017 at 11:23:42 AM permalink
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Im not going to preach about the energy anymore, but it is an inexplicable reality.



Good advice. One should never try to teach a cow to sing because it only wastes your time and annoys the cow.

I often wonder about the folks who embrace the view that "every roll is a mutually independent event from an identically distributed random population." Do they ever set the dice? If so, for what reason if it has no bearing on the outcome of the roll?
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April 5th, 2017 at 11:46:58 AM permalink
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Good advice. One should never try to teach a cow to sing because it only wastes your time and annoys the cow.

I often wonder about the folks who embrace the view that "every roll is a mutually independent event from an identically distributed random population." Do they ever set the dice? If so, for what reason if it has no bearing on the outcome of the roll?



Exactly! I was playing with a guy once who kept telling me that the dice are gonna do what the dice are gonna do. Well, I went off every couple of rolls and made money, while he stayed on and kept losing. Then he said he was going to another table because the dice were cold.. haha I told him, you gotta do what you gotta do.
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April 5th, 2017 at 12:36:31 PM permalink
I did this a few years ago, for lunch money. My former partner and I put up $20 each. We'd play Sic Bo , pick a number and bet $5. Lose bet another $5, lose and bet $10, lose bet $20 and buy a bag of chips for lunch.
What was good about Sic Bo is you could double or triple your money on any roll.
We had a nice run, reaching our $20 goal about nine weeks in a row, and even got triples on a $10 bet one week. Then we lost one week and we never did it again.
If you are willing to take a big loss in order to mostly win small amounts, it's not a horrible way to play, but it isn't a winning system.
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April 5th, 2017 at 3:49:15 PM permalink
Im not sure if I would call it a system, but rather a disciplined method with great awareness. It cant be teached.. im not selling anything and don't care if people want to play the way they do., Im just telling you how I win, and in my opinion, the best possible way to consistently walk away ahead in craps. I guarantee you this, if you play craps and stay on every roller and try to hit that long roll every time without going off and taking profits, you will not win often. The longer you stay, the greater the chance of losing. Thats why they want you to put time in when they rate you. Screw that! I play to win, not for comps. Take what you want from it and hopefully it helps.
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April 7th, 2017 at 6:34:58 AM permalink
The goal is to walk away with cash in your pocket at the end of the day, if you get some comps that is a bonus.

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