RonP
Posted by RonP
Feb 05, 2019

If It's Predictable, It's Not Random, If It's Not Random, It's Rigged

The Interblock craps game is rigged. I don't know exactly how it's done but, it is rigged with a variation that is difficult to detect because the 'rigging' isn't constant or continuous.

I've played the game and made money by carefully charting the numbers that seem to be the precursors, indicators, or triggers for a 7 out....

I'm sure the games vary from location to location and may well be designed or programmed to alter patterns internally depending on variables such as the amounts bet and the number of players.

One thing is for certain. While the game has the look and feel of a regular craps table game, it isn't. The game is more akin to playing chess against a computer that is designed to read your play and play against other words, over the long run the game is not random. It produces results that will keep the casino's margin profitable...

I can say this because there is absolutely no way that I or anyone else could play at a regular craps table and predict,vwith any degree of accuracy, exactly what will happen and precisely when. However, when playing Interblock craps I have been able to predict with an accuracy rate of 90/95% exactly when 7 out is about to occur and hence avoid a loss by strategically using the "set bets off" button.

Where I've played, when the ace/deuce or 3 is rolled 7 invariably follows 95% of the time. I couldn't predict that with any degree of accuracy on a regular table...

7 out follows horn numbers and hard ways more often than is statistically viable or feasible in a regular craps game.

Finally, 7 out comes more often than not, following 4 and 10. Again with a degree of predictability that is not possible in a regular craps game.

My theory is that the designers /programmers know when players will press or increase their bets...7 out occurs more frequently immediately following the big payout hits such as hard ways and horn bets......

So, instead of pressing or increasing my bets, I turn my bets off for at least one roll following a big horn or hard way hit...Whether I hit it or not the dice seem to 7 out following a big hit number...

If you pay attention to the game you can see it for yourself...Your defense or strategy in playing the game is to have your bets turned off as much as they are turned on...When you do that the machine will look for ways to entice play or miss you completely when bets are on....

The key to winning is patience and a willingness to cash out at predetermined intervals and start over...

The machine is designed/programmed to prevent 5 figure cash outs so don't try to get there on an Interblock simulation where the minimum bet is 5 dollars or less...

Besides, if you've got that kind of bankroll, you should be at a regular craps table where you can take your bets to the moon and the sky's the limit...

Comments

Zcore13
Zcore13 Feb 05, 2019

Sounds like you should be playing this non stop and just placing bets on the 7 whenever you know it's coming. At 90-95%, you should be able to pull thousands a day out of it.

RonP
RonP Feb 05, 2019

As stated , the machine plays against you...



You can hit a couple of times playing the 7. However, the machine will 'miss you' when it recognizes your play and find a way to neutralize that strategy...Just as a computer might when playing chess...Continuos play on the "don't pass" and/or 7 out results in losing when sustained over long periods...



Thanks for taking the time to read and reply.....

OnceDear
OnceDear Feb 05, 2019

Ron, Is this game playing against multiple players simultaneously? If so, then you would simply bet small on the assumption that the rigged game will aim to maximise its profit from the bigger fish.

Other than that, Sorry, but I just don't buy the allegation. You are playing a losing game and you are doing what you are supposed to be doing: Losing.

RonP
RonP Feb 05, 2019

"...Is this game playing against multiple players simultaneously? If so, then you would simply bet small on the assumption that the rigged game will aim to maximise its profit from the bigger fish..."



The game plays up to 8 players....

It's difficult to know what others are doing/betting, but betting small in a large field provides a modicum of cover unless your small bets mirror the bets of the "big fish".



I suggest that when the opportunity presents itself you watch the play on the game for 30 minutes or so and make your judgement s based on trained observation...



All I have done here is to give you an idea of what to look and watch for when you get the chance to do so...

Please, do not take my word for anything that I've stated here. I invite/challenge you to see for yourself...



Thanks for taking the time to read and comment....