If you like the ROUTE66, You will love the 36DROP7ALLONBOARD Craps Strategy. It was created for those that like to play all the numbers. *Minimum Recommended Buy in $200 (I Use $1000) *Dice set recommended 6,2/6,2 set with the 3,3 on the thumb, 2'2 to the right. 1) Bet 18 each Place6 & Place8 2) After 1 win, DROP 7 CHIPS and tell the dealer "Take my bets to 64 across Including the point" (This will cover Place4, Place5, Place6, Place8, Place9, Place10 and spread out your chances of winning). SAME BET AFTER EACH WIN... Unless you feel aggressive then continue 3) If 4 or 10 wins tell the dealer "Buy for 25". Same bet after each win. 4) If 5 or 9 wins DROP 1 chip and Tell the dealer "Go to 25" Same bet after each win. 5) If 6 or 8 wins DROP 4 chips and tell dealer "Go to 30". Same bet after each win. Press even more if you feel aggressive. Demo video using 100 rolls.

"true but ya gotta bet more if ya wanna win more" testing many simulations and many are in negative,,, so you are correct... need to fine tune on your own to "lock in some profits" update: I think if starting each session with 30 each on 6 & 8 would give me 31,00 back along with 64 across.

On a math point of view... the most chips I put out would total 53 chips (18 + 18 + 7 + 1 + 4 + 4 +1) to load up the board before a seven, so if I happen to hit the 4 or 10 twice, all my bets are gravy. Suggestions on bettering this approach greatly appreciated.

My rambling post seems to have disappeared, wonder where it went?.....but in summary, I commented that Buckshot's approach is more likely to drop $36 than it is to win a nice chunk of change. In spite of my negativism, he's covering 10 outcomes with two wagers and could do a lot worse for himself.

true this could flop because there are too many numbers as you mention and the only time i see profit is when the outside numbers roll... but this dreaded seven is gonna be the biggest threat.

New 10,000 rolls session testing out the 36Drop7Allonboard strategy. Keep in mind that this covers quite a few numbers along with quite a few presses in the start of the method, so expect lots of negative outcomes, but then get ready to make a ton of money when hot shooters kick in.

On the first recorded 50 roll session I hit 15 winning hands for a profit of $2550; for the second 50 roll session I hit 14 winning hands for a profit of $2380. An overall profit of $4930 vs. a loss of $236. Both of these sessions are very close to an average winning session. In a 10,000 roll session w/ an average winning sequence of 2,778 hands for a profit of $472,222.

Make sure you check that your Dice Probabilities are correct... I've run many tests but not showing those crazy figures. Don't believe this is a huge money maker because in the casino, there are many PSO shooters that can wipe out your bank roll in just a few hours of play.

s Buckshot, I used the sequence of number you posted in the youtube video using my system. Your system was likely best executed w/ your route 66 system; but w/ most of your strategies you are relying on reoccurring number(s) before the SEVEN shows it s ugly face. Expanding your need to cover more combination of the dice increases the expose to your bankroll and reduces the margin on your profits. My play has no excuses for the lack there of DI shooters at the table.

You're totally correct... I just find it more entertaining at the craps tables to broaden my boundaries. The ROUTE66 pays me 77 when a number comes in and it is my choice to throw in 7 chips and press to 150 on a number... This is great but i'm missing out on many other numbers that get rolled... Just the other day a shooter rolled multiple 4's, 5's, 9's and 10's so I figure why wait for just one number to come in when I can simply take the 66 on a number and spread it to 64 across including the point. and just press each number as i feel. I understand that the more numbers you have out there the easier it is for the casino to get your money when a seven rolls. I look at it as just a more exciting approach as compared to just the 6/8 ROUTE66. These new methods are mostly suggested by forum members for me to approach and test. I don't think I would try something at a live table unless testing it's consistency first.

Very Good Kokomo. Covering more than a 25% of the combinations on the dice; low exposure to ones bankroll by just wagering on the roll of the dice. Now, how does he increase is profits while avoiding BIG RED?

Also, how many bets didn t payoff on the come-out w/ wager NOT working. If your loaded on the line, what risk is different on the previous roll. The odds remain the same on every roll.

I could incorporate a continuous $10 Come bet after the 64 across and just do the "down with single odds on the come bet number" Can start each roll 1) $10 Passline bet 2) $2.00 Any Crap 3) When point established Bet 18 each on 6 & 8 4) When 6 or 8 gets rolled "Got to 54 or 52 across" 5) Place double odds behind the passline bet. 6) bet $10 on the COME 7) Any COME to number "DOWN with single odds"

Yes, COME line wager may reduce profit/loss and a come-point may reduce bankroll exposure over a PLACE wager but the SEVEN clears the table. How to work w/ or around the SEVEN?

That's also a good idea. I could incorporate both DC and COME and just take advantage of true odds on both DC/C and also PASS/Don't Pass Can start each roll 1) $10 Passline bet & $10 on Don't Pass 2) $1 Twelve crap 3) When point established Bet 18 each on 6 & 8 4) When 6 or 8 gets rolled "Got to 54 or 52 across" 5) Place double odds behind the passline bet. 6) bet $10 on the COME & $10 Don't Come continuously. 7) Any COME to number "DOWN with single odds"