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  • The “Secret” of Precision Dice Shooting

    I frequently get questions – both by e-mail and on the Axis Power Craps Forum, regarding what it takes to succeed as a dice influencer.  Recently I sort of “went off” on an older gentleman who has been searching for the “secret” of precision shooting for several years, but...

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  • Quick Setting the Dice for Fun and Profit

    I supposed I should begin this article by talking a little bit about how dependent some of us (myself included) have become on BoneTracker through the years. (BoneTracker, the premier roll tracking software for dice influencers, is available to download free here on this site.  After you finish reading...

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  • The “KISS” Theory of Craps

    We’ve all heard of the KISS Theory as applied to many things in life. If you’ve been off-planet for the last thirty years and are not familiar with the KISS Theory – it stands for Keep It Simple Stupid. And I suspect that there’s no were that this theory...

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  • Saving Bullets

    Okay, I’ll admit it. I have a few guns around the house. What the hell? I grew up in the woods in Arkansas, had my first BB gun at five and my first .22 at nine. By the time I was twelve I had a 30.06 rifle and a...

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  • So You Want to be a Craps Pro

    My first piece of advice on this topic is simple. Don’t give up your day job. As the Mad Professor once said, “Gambling is a tough way to make an easy living.” Most of the pros I know would agree. But if you insist on taking your shot at...

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  • How Much of an Edge is an Edge?

    A while back a good friend of mine complained that – after years of practice the best he could achieve was an SRR of 7.12. To his way of thinking he was not playing with enough of an edge, and his results at the table seemed to support this....

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  • Using Psi Power to Increase Your Wins

    The term psi comes from the 23rd letter of the Greek alphabet and is used as an informal abbreviation for “psychic phenomena”. As such it covers all uses of the mind beyond the reach of accepted science. Psi-power should not be confused with ESP, which stands for “Extra Sensory...

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  • Heavy’s $120 Bankroll Strategy

    Articles that offer suggestions on how to play within a certain budget are among our most popular.  Frankly, I’m surprised at how many people ask for suggestions on how to play with around $120  per session.  Admittedly there was  a time when I would have told anyone asking me...

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  • Goal Setting for Casino Craps

    Setting goals is a great way to plan for success. By setting goals on a routine basis you decide what you want to achieve, and then move step-by-step toward achieving them. The process of establishing things like Sevens to Rolls Ratio objectives and win goals allows you to choose...

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  • When Puts Come to Shove

    If you’ve ever stood at the table with me for any length of time you’ve probably heard me say “Get those late bets in early, guys.” That’s because late bets – bets made after the dice have already been sent to the shooter – disrupt the flow of the...

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  • Transition Moves

    The transition move is one of the most powerful weapons in the crapshooter’s arsenal. It is also one of the most difficult to master. Simply put, a transition move is your pre-planned strategy to ease your bets from one side of the line to the other, allowing you to...

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  • The Confident Crapster

    You’ve seen it before. You’re standing at a choppy table, being ground down by the house when something magical happens. A new player steps up to the table and buys in. He stands tall, looks around, claps his hands and says, “Come on, guys. Let’s turn this table around.”...

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  • You Must Have Gotten a Phone Call

    How many times have you heard the phrase, “You must’ve got a phone call” while standing at the craps table? Seems like I’ve heard it a million times. These days, more often than not it’s part of a dialog that goes something like this: Shooter: “Hopping the nines for...

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  • Darkside Strategies of the Dead

    Okay, I’ll admit it.  I’m not above being inspired by shows like The Walking Dead.  But in this case – we’re not talking about the dead walking. We’re talking about the dead European mathematicians. Back in the heyday of roulette in Europe the greatest mathematicians of the day set...

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  • Rules for Running a Pro Craps Team

    In developing the Craps Boot Camp Team Play seminars I do from time to time, I spent a lot of time considering what a professional craps team should look like. Having played a few team sessions in my life I have some insight into the situation. And the answer,...

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  • An Offer I Couldn’t Refuse

    During the oil boom days in East Texas just about every town around here had a saloon, a gambling hall, and a whorehouse. The drillers, riggers, and roustabouts worked hard for their money and they played as hard as they worked. One city in particular, I won’t mention its...

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  • Smart Field Play?

    Take a look at any crap table and see where the sage old right-way players put their money. One of the most popular bets you’ll see these guys toss out is $44 inside – that’s twelve dollars on the six and eight, and ten dollars each on the five...

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  • Using “Psi” Power to Control the Dice

    The term psi comes from the 23rd letter of the Greek alphabet and is used as an informal abbreviation for “psychic phenomena.”  As such it covers all uses of the mind beyond the reach of accepted science. Psi-power should not be confused with ESP, which stands for “Extra Sensory...

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  • Quick Setting the Dice for Fun and Profit

    Before I get too deep into this article I’ll ‘fess up and tell you I’m entirely too dependent on a roll tracking program developed by my buddy Maddog called BoneTracker.   BoneTracker did some wonderful things for me. First off, it simultaneously compared my EV on dozens of different...

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  • The Murphey

    Murphy’s Law states ‘If anything can go wrong it will go wrong’. Its creator, U.S. Air Force Captain Ed Murphy, coined the phrase after a G-force stress measuring device he had installed on a chimpanzee for a rocket sled test failed to function – no doubt stressing the chimp...

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