That would be 40% of my sessions. I play, I win, I walk, my goal is to never stay longer than 60 to 90 minutes. If I win 40%, that means I lose 60%, but my losing sessions are cut extremely short, if I don't have my initial bets paid for before the 7 shows I'm gone. Why stay, it's just not my time, the casinos aren't going anywhere. I'll either go elsewhere, nice thing about LV plenty of casinos to visit, or I'll come back later. Not sure what you are referring to as, selling, giving away free info that guarantees you to win? I know of not such guarantees. This is my definition of DI: attempting to keep the 7 away for as long as possible, but eventually the 7 will appear, at which time you have to decide, do I stay or do I go. That is as simple as it gets. I just find it odd people are so opposed to the idea that certain combinations of dice sets, when tossed in a similar way, landing in within designated area, using equal energy can delay the 7. Sometimes we make things more complicated than what they really are. Do you not set your dice? Do you not utilize the same toss. Do you not change either of the aforementioned to conform to differn't table conditions? If you do then welcome to the world of DI. This DI thing is nothing new, I believe Stanford Wong mentions it in his book, and it has been talked about ever since. Over time the name has been changed, rhythm rolling, dice control, and probably other names I'm not aware of, but the goal remains the same. Does it work all the time, of course not, can you predict the next outcome of the dice, no, can it help your game, I don't know, I just know it has helped my game.