Random shooters should be shot on site.
No. They lose just the same as every other craps player.
I'm sure you are a very nice person but do you know the difference between a dice setter and a random shooter.
Try this at your next visit to the tables. Simply tell a new shooter "Put the 4's up and try to hit that back wall using one hand only"
When the table is ice cold just sit back and watch it warm up very fast.
Together we can end the RANDOM SHOOTER Syndrome.
Again don't get confused with a DI vs. a Dice setter.
If there are more than 3-4 different numbers rolled repeatedly before a seven then this would be a dice setter.
(They simply roll to avoid the seven)
A DI is one who bets on a seven and actually rolls it using precision. In most situations these people would fall under some kind of OCD issue i think because they are funny to watch at the tables.
There is a member on here who has this kind of thing going on, also has youtube videos showing ultra slow dice rolling.
Ooo. It just got hotter in here.
I am sure you keep rigorous and detailed written records so you can prove beyond a doubt this is not selective memory or confirmation bias. Please share the data at your earliest convenience.
A good example is the member IBEATYOURACES how he tends to turn off his bets when he see's a dice setter shooting at the table. To him, he is convinced that this style of play works for him.
No need to keep records. Every regular shooter that plays craps for more than 3 times a week can easily have a visual and determine how their day will go at the tables.
The more you stay, the more you play, the more you learn about what your outcome will be like.