Heavy’s & DarthN8r’s Axis Power Craps

Right or Wrong Weekend

and

Darksider’s Ball

November 11 – 13th, 2020

Yes, the Yin and Yang of Craps Coaches will be at it again – Friday thru Sunday, November 13th – 15th in Fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada. We’re anticipating the casinos to be open at that glorious time of year when Vegas temperatures just start to crest in the mid-70’s every day before dipping down into the crisp 30’s at night. Enjoy a taste of Vegas when you can walk across the parking lot without the soles of your shoes melting! Enjoy a fantastic weekend of craps training in Darth’s secret craps pit with the million-dollar view overlooking the pool, the golf course, the lake, and of course – that sensational Vegas skyline.

On Friday we’ll kick things off early with FOUR BoneTracker sessions – two on Friday morning and two more on Friday afternoon. We’ll offer both a beginner and an advanced session in the morning and afternoon sessions – and each session will run 90 minutes. Beginner sessions will cover the basics of BoneTracker; how to input data correctly, interpret the basic results, navigate the various tabs, and drill down to the information you need to make informed decisions about your sets, bets, and toss. The Advanced session takes you well beyond that, including an in-depth analysis of your own rolls (a book of 720 rolls is required to be submitted in advance of the class in BoneTracker format). Analysis will include a look at alternate dice sets for specific results, including such specialty bets as the All Tall Small and Fire Bet wagers. The cost of each session is $299. Sign up for both the Beginner and Advanced Session for $549 and save $50. Enrollment links below:

Beginner BoneTracker Session Sign Up Here:

Advanced BoneTracker Session Sign Up Here:

Save money by signing up for BOTH the Beginner and Advanced BoneTracker Sessions HERE:

On Saturday we jump right in where we always begin – teaching you the things you didn’t know you didn’t know. We’ll cover the fundamentals of dice control as well as some basic principles of group play that we do our best to adhere to on seminar weekends and beyond. Then we get right down to individual toss training with an eye toward developing YOUR toss into the best throw it can be. In most cases we will not make wholesale changes to a player’s established toss – we’ll simply correct any minor mistakes or habits that you’ve fallen into. But if you need more work, we’ll jump on it. We’ll also provide you with a written assessment with the goal of getting you to a baseline toss you can start out with on ANY table – then adjust from there as needed based on table conditions and results.

Shortly after midday we’ll break for lunch. Odds are lunch will include a brief live session at a local casino where once again we’ll have a chance to observe you in live play. Afterward we’ll return to Darth’s craps pit to debrief, discuss, then continue toss training and move on to betting basics, money management, and discipline. Typically the class wraps up around 5:30 – 6:00 PM. After that everyone is on their own for dinner, individual or team play, or just kicking back and relaxing for the evening.

Tuition for the Dice Control Seminar on Saturday is $895 for first time students, $795 for GTC Alumni Students, and $695 for Axis Power Craps Alumni Students. Enroll at the links listed below:

First Time New Students enroll for $895 at this link:

First Time GTC/Dice Coach/Howard Rock ‘n Roller Alum Students enroll for $795 at this link:

Axis Power Craps Alumni Students enroll for $695 at this link:

 

 

 

On Sunday morning we’ll offer an optional add-on Betting Strategy Class. This is really where the rubber meets the road and you learn to put together what you learned in the dice control class with proper betting strategies for the situation at hand. This class is split about 40/40 between Right Side and Dark Side play, with the remaining 20% focusing on hybrid or hedge plays that utilize both the Right Side and the Dark Side as part of the strategies. This class stretches about four hours and is, quite frankly, a Master’s Class in betting. While it is an optional add on class – everyone signing on for the seminar weekend should sign on for this class. Not that if you have taken an Axis Power Craps Seminar in the past and wish to sign up for the Betting Strategy Class ONLY you may. The tuition for this class is $395 for first time students. $295 for Axis Power Craps Alumni Students. Enroll at the links listed below:

First Time Students enroll at this link:

 

 

 

Alumni Students enroll at this link:

 

 

 

On Sunday afternoon DarthN8r and I will play a couple of Live casino sessions with the students who sign on for the weekend’s events. Typically, these sessions range from 45 to 90 minutes each – depending on casino conditions. Locations to be decided and announced at the seminar itself.

The classes DarthN8r and I have offered recently – Last September’s Darksider’s Ball Seminar, this year’s Jumpstart January and June Jam Seminars – not only Sold Out – they were some of the best classes we’ve ever offered in terms of pure craps educational content. Don’t miss out on your chance to learn from two of the best in the business. November is the perfect time to hit Vegas. Make your plans to join us now!

As always, your tuition covers the cost of the seminar itself and all hand-out material. Attendees are on their own for transportation, meals, and accommodations. Remember, these events are intended to be instructional – educational weekends. While many players walk away from these events winners – there is no guarantee that you will win at any casino session. It’s still gambling and you could lose. Don’t gamble with money you cannot afford to lose.

 

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