I just came up with this idea. Most probably it is not a good strategy but i cannot find the flaw. So far, it seems like a good plan. Please prove me wrong.
Let's say we wanna have a 8$ don't pass bet to protect our bets playing iron crapper or iron cross strategy. To overcome the pitfall of come out roll, i have this arrangement in mind for the come out roll: beside 8$ on dc, laying 32$ on 10, betting 5$ on hard 10 and betting 2$ on 6+4 in sic bo. If 7 rolls we break even, if hard 10 rolls we earn 1$ plus a free point. I don't consider 11 and the extra 2$ loss by rolling it because in the long term 2 and 3 will cancel it out. If any other number rolls we take down lay and hard ways bet resulting 2$ loss which can be easily made up by the next 2 rolls. The only bummer is rolling easy 10 in come out roll which has 1/18 odds or 5.5%. In this case we lose 32$ but we win 12$ resulting a 20$ loss plus a point. All of my assumptions are based on that easy 10 not being hit in sic bo at come out roll in craps. It might hit with any point (exept 4) or even 11 or 2/3 of 7's which means an extra 12$ win. Please enlighten me on this.
PS: we might leave the DC bet after the come out roll waiting for 7 out. Specially when 6 or 8 are not the points.