So currently my buy ins for craps are about 200 bucks and I play twice a month. I used to play with a lot more. Starting out I liked 3 point molly with full 5x odds on a $5 table, even taking it up to 10/50 when I had more winnings to play with. Currently though I'm just looking to stretch my playtime out as much as I can with $200.
I know it's good to have 10x your average bet, so I figure I can have around $20 on the table at a time. For a warm or hot table I like to do PL with 1x odds and then $6 6 and 8. I take 4 hits and then start pressing out and then up with a take/press progression. If a point is hit I'll take 2-3 hits then continue the press where I left off. Its been pretty fun.
But I need something for when the table is cold that works with my bankroll. I've tried a few and had success with good luck (for me anyone, sorry light siders) but the bankroll requirements are often too high. Lately I've been thinking of doing a $5 Don't pass with 1x odds and placing the 6 and 8 for $6. Two hits and I take them down and wait for the 7/point to be made, then repeat. I really only intend to use this when the table is cold and there are a lot of seven outs. Advice on this? Any suggestions for any other systems to play with while the table is cold on the cheap?
Currently though I'm just looking to stretch my playtime out as much as I can with $200
Problem is, those 2 goals generally have an inverse relationship.Quote: Dabba
I'd like to stay the longest, but wouldnt mind doubling my money either if possible.
Problem is, those 2 goals generally have an inverse relationship.
There's evidence in your statement that you are working with several fallacies, one in particular. The glaring one, hot/cold tables, definitely needs to be quashed. Now you said you know that previous rolls don't effect future rolls, but here you are still are talking about 'table conditions'. Sure, it can be proved that the results of what has taken place already can be deemed good or bad, to say it was a hot or cold table if you like, but you cannot say it will be a hot or cold table since the future starts with the next roll. If you could, your bankroll is gigantic compared to what you would need.Quote: Dabba
I do walk away when I lose. I lost a lot of money making stupid bets and not adapting my betting to table conditions, but I do have a loss limit, and I also do have a win limit.. which I'm still working on being good with!