3 point Molly can be expensive, then add odds and it gets worse.

$15 table minimum x 3 x 10 = $450 buy-in just for line bets, double that for single odds, triple that for double odds, quadruple that for triple odds.

As to how well it works? Are you ready to win to 75 bets ahead, or lose to 75 bets behind? Multiply the above sentence by 7.5X.

$450 x 7.5 = $3,375

$900 x 7.5 = $6,750

$1,350 x 7.5 = $10,125

$1,800 x 7.5 = $13,500

At a $1 table minimum, just divide by 15:

$30 x 7.5 = $225

$60 x 7.5 = $450

$90 x 7.5 = $675

$120 x 7.5 = $900

To be more exact a number must be rolled twice. It's hard enough rolling a good number even once.

this is what you hear from people who do not like this way of betting. It's valid in that, of course it's hard to win this way... but ignores that the real problem is the house edge.Quote:AlanMendelsonA simple way to look at Molly: you have to hit her twice to get her to pay.

To be more exact a number must be rolled twice. It's hard enough rolling a good number even once.

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What is definitely not valid is the suggestion that the criticism is mathematically or logically correct. I hear that implied a lot [I'm not saying Alan implies it here necessarily]

What is good about it is "three". 3 points max to try to get. It probably is about the most $ you can try to put into action without just exposing your bankroll too much. If you try to do more you really have a lot of risk.

A problem is the quick hands where the Come bet wins on a 7-out for the PL and I lose my odds bets, or where no points hit before a 7-out, etc. Another problem is Come bets coming down on a PL come-out winner and I have to start over establishing points and odds, and that's why I go to place bets on a win instead of making another Come bet on a win.

The Color Up guy has a habit of throwing badly on new strategies, so I don't recommend he try this one. You need "HOT SHOOTERS" for this to pay off.

For a beginning, just 1 bet: passline/max odds.Quote:ChallengedMillyWatching the new 3 point Molly video on Color Ups YouTube channel and he's talking in detail about this particular strategy. What so you all think of it, especially in terms of a beginner?

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Then after a few rolls, if the point is 6 or 8, place the other for $6.

then some more rolls and you feel comfortable, place $6 on both the 6 & 8 if the point isnt 6/8.

then the next time you visit the casino, do a 3 point Molly.

Note: Bankroll should be whatever you have on the table x 10.

so $5 passline with 5x odds = $25, 2 comes bets with max odds = $50 thus bankroll = $750.

Leave when your bankroll falls below 40%. (ie: $300)

playing with scared $ isnt fun. And you play craps for fun.

Quote:odiousgambitthis is what you hear from people who do not like this way of betting. It's valid in that, of course it's hard to win this way... but ignores that the real problem is the house edge.Quote:AlanMendelsonA simple way to look at Molly: you have to hit her twice to get her to pay.

To be more exact a number must be rolled twice. It's hard enough rolling a good number even once.

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What is definitely not valid is the suggestion that the criticism is mathematically or logically correct. I hear that implied a lot [I'm not saying Alan implies it here necessarily]

What is good about it is "three". 3 points max to try to get. It probably is about the most $ you can try to put into action without just exposing your bankroll too much. If you try to do more you really have a lot of risk.

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Mathematically the 3 point Molly betting system is the way to go. This is because there is no house edge on the odds for each of your points in play and you have the smallest of house edges on each come bet.

In fact the Dice Influencing Schools teach and favor the 3 Point Molly as it fits right in with DI and with DI you'll have an advantageous Seven to Rolls Ratio.

All the real Dice Influencers use the 3 Point Molly and since it has the lowest mathematical odds you should play this way.

It's interesting that there are so many people who embrace this betting system that's advocated in the Dice Influencing books and schools.

The "bible" of Dice Influencing books was written by the writer known as Sharpshooter and there is a very good explanation of the mathematical advantage of come betting with odds in that book.

But dont fret when a 7 is rolled and the dealer sweeps away your come bets and their odds. Just remind yourself that the odds had no house advantage and the flat bets (the basic come bet) only had a tiny 1.41% house edge. That will make you feel okay.

As best I can tell, the three-point molly is a system of hedging your bets so your money may last longer, but you are still swimming upstream against the current.

Quote:billryanIf you are making bets that have a house edge, the less money you bet, the better off you will be.

As best I can tell, the three-point molly is a system of hedging your bets so your money may last longer, but you are still swimming upstream against the current.

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Its interesting that you say this. I play at a $15 table. I bet $78 or $81 across with single odds on the passline. My buyin is typically $400-500.

I play with a guy who buys in for $2000 and uses the 3 Point Molly with double odds.

I would say I'm at the table longer than he is about three quarters of the time. When there is a hot roll... say 28 rolls... he will make more money than I do. But there hasnt been a hot roll in about a month.

We need a hot shooter.