Think about what I just wrote before you respond. When we look at what everybody calls Dice Control, is it possible, or is it something that just happens when the shooter is just getting lucky?
Is there any reason for the casinos to worry about Dice Control?
So for all you math guys out there how about what you think happens when one of these so-called DI's get on a good roll, Just how far are they off the math of the game for any giving roll they have. Lets start at 10 rolls of the dice, then bump it up ever ten rolls of the dice.
By now most of you have seen all of the slow-motion videos that I have posted, if not here they are once again. The slow-motion videos are the most damning evidence we have against dice control.
Now I always have to ask this question and it's directed at the so-called DI's out there. Is there anybody you know in these videos?
This guy found 172 videos on throwing the dice or dice control and put them all in one spot for your viewing pleasure and he surely saved me a lot of work! Just page down on the right side to see all of the videos he found.
Lets not forget the one guy that had the best set-up for dice control, Aaron Hightower who went the extra mile to try to prove that dice control either work or it didn't. I have to give him a high-five for all of the work he put into it.
A while back i was playing around with dice. Then I had a second kid and haven't had time and lost interest. Here's my top secret tip to winning at craps, FREE of charge!
Instead of setting the dice and getting them to move as little as possible, (an object at rest stays at rest until acted upon), I was setting the dice and putting as much spin as possible using a flick of my wrist(an object in motion stays in motion...). The concept is that the alligator wall effectively can randomize non spinning dice, however if two dice are both spinning on the same axis, it would be less likely to hit either of those two numbers.
So if I set the dice with the 3's and 4's touching, and threw them with backspin, the hope is that i would get significantly less 3's and 4's, which would make the field bet profitable, among other things. Someone else can try it, and perhaps consider buying me dinner if you make millions.
I'm skeptical even if you don't have to hit the back wall.Quote: champ724
its not possible to control dice if you have to hit the back wall. once the dice hit the diamond nubs its all random and luck from there. anyone who says they can control the dice is just crying wolf.
By now most of you have seen all of the slow-motion videos that I have posted, if not here they are once again.
The truly ironic thing about this is that I happen to know a PhD physicist who is also a former craps dealer. He hasn’t read this, but I’ve spoken about it with him, and he assured me that the pip densities are sufficiently carefully controlled to defeat any sort of stability-oriented “attack” such as this. Not that I was actually going to try the experiment…
Quote: Kapitaniak paper
The structure of the boundaries between the basins of different faces is worth investigating. If in any neighborhood of the initial condition leading to one of Fi, there are initial conditions which are mapped to other faces (in the case of the coin in the neighborhood of any point leading to the heads there are points leading to the tail result), i.e., infinitely small inaccuracy in the initial conditions makes the result of the die throw unpredictable.