Shreveport – Bossier Axis Power Craps Seminar

August 17 – 19, 2018

 

Heavy will be taking his original Axis Power Craps Seminar to Shreveport-Bossier City the weekend of August 17th, 2018. This will be a “one on one with Heavy” class, which means class size will be limited to just six players plus our hosts.

The weekend’s schedule is simple. We’ll get together casually to renew old acquaintances and make new ones on Friday night. Saturday morning we’ll crank up the class at 9AM for three hours of Toss Tweaks, Tune-Ups, and Training. We’ll cover correct stance, dice sets, grip, landing zone, and toss utilizing the powerful on-axis throw.

We’ll break at around noon for for lunch, then reconvene at 1:30PM for three hours of Basic and Advanced Betting Strategies, Money Management and Discipline, and Focus and the Mental Edge. If time permits we’ll include a “no sevens” competition among participants. And we’ll wrap up with a round table question and answer series. We will be wrapped up and out of the training facility by 5PM.

If anyone wants additional one-on-one time with Heavy he will pack a practice rig and make himself available Sunday morning from 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM. He will have two 55 minute sessions with a 10 minute break between them. Beginning at 1PM we’ll hit the tables for a series of live sessions in the Shreveport/Bossier casinos.

The Shreveport-Bossier market features six casinos with craps plus one race-track slots-only casino. Five of these properties have playable tables. Odds available range from 10X up to 100X. You’ll often find a mix of $5 and $10 tables, although on weekends the $5 games are harder to find. The ATS bet is prevalent, although you’ll find you can bet both the ATS and the Fire on the same layout at one property. Dealers and pit people are generally polite and professional in all of the places we play.

Because are travel expenses are less, pricing for this seminar is $100 less than we charge for our Vegas classes. We pass the savings along to you!

Alumni Students: $495

Alumni Students enroll at this link:

First time students: $695 – includes a copy of the original Axis Power Craps Seminar on DVD.

First time students enroll at this link:

Sunday Morning Private Lesson with Heavy: $99 – Must also sign up for full Saturday class to qualify for private lesson. Only two slots available.

Sunday Morning Private Lesson Register Here:

Remember, we’re looking for six students for this class and will cut off enrollment if we get as many as eight. First paid registrants are guaranteed slots. If you snooze you lose.

As always, your tuition covers the cost of the class and all seminar books and handout materials. Students are on their own for transportation, lodging, meals, and casino session bankroll. Remember, although many are successful with advantage craps techniques, at the end of the day it’s still gambling. You could lose. Never gamble with money you cannot afford to lose.

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