Stay away from craps tables if the stick man is flipping the dice over before everyone has a chance to focus on the dice. If their doing that, it's an insane disadvantage to the players.
If there are players on the other end of the table, I trust them to keep things honest. When the dice are thrown to my end, I sure look at the roll.
I have played at a table by myself; my vision isn't all that good, so they could cheat me I guess then. Maybe you'll have me paying attention to stick flipping the dice in that circumstance.
Next dealer that gets aggressive with the stick and flips the dice over before I can focus in on them is going to get an azz chewing. I'm figuring out, if you want to insure an honest game, you have to be loud and somewhat obnoxious. They could so easily solve all these trust problems with a video camera and small 6" display.
I normally play $10,000 sessions with $2,000 units. Five losses, I'm out. I'm now tempted to start being the "George" at the table with these large dollar sessions and see if my luck doesn't turn. I'm 100% certain I've been cheated in the past on my progressive Baccarat play and 90% certain I've been cheated on my progressive craps play. I wonder if being the "George" on a big money $10,000 craps session would change things? Like I say, I don't think the dealers are "in on the take" because there would be so many potential rats, but I do believe they've cheated just to spread the misery... although the dealer change at Bally's about a year ago is still looking extremely suspicious when she came in and beat me 8 times in a row without a single win.
... the "wave" of probability (peak to trough) changes every 1.5 to 2 hours so set an alarm and leave.
Ah, that thing. If anyone could in fact predict the period of the sine wave produced, he could get rich indeed. So you can do it? I wouldn't waste my time going online yakking about it.