I always play to win. The Full Monte System, always. (Somewhere on this Forum.) My Bankroll is $100, $200 or $300. I play $5 and $10 tables. (A $3 table takes too much time to make a reasonable profit in a reasonable time frame.) I always limit my losses, not my wins. This Bankroll is my Craps Bankroll. Lose it all, I quit. Bankroll... Craps. If I am down and recover with a profit... I am inclined to quit and leave the table. If I win in the short run, I am inclined to play longer, then playing down to my Bankroll, rethink if I have had enough time at the table to be content or encounter another winning streak. I wager with anyone who is shooting. A DI 'suspect' are tough, as they may be shooting for different outcomes than I am wagering. I then look at what the wagers are at THAT END of the Table. (I may be prejudiced, but not Stupid.) I believe those who use the Come for Post Point Action, need to talk to me before the Session. I never criticize another player's game. It is his Bankroll at risk. Not mine. It is in bad taste. If I know this person, I may ask WHY, later? The answer may clear up my understanding of WHY. Bubble Craps is just as variable as a 14 foot Craps Table. Less so at a 12 foot table. A capable DI at a 10 foot table might just have a good run. Yet to be seen by myself. When you are a competent player, do not claim Years of Play. It must be done in Sessions or Hours, at worst. I never judge a pilot of an aircraft by Years... but by Hours on the Stick. Practicing at a home Craps Table does not count. The confidence of most Players weaken... when they have their money at risk on a table. You can blather all you want before or after you play... but the acorns are counted during Play. I am, of course, trying to toss out ideas that can be run through the washing machine, or ironed to fit your style.