Best Dice Videos on Utube

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  1. Dave G Ct, Jan 5, 2017

    Dave G Ct

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    No contest - Koganinja hands down.First he has a great toss like the Top and he explains for beginners the dice sets , landing zone, XYZ axises ,and they are well produced.Like I said if you want people to engage your services show them what to expect
    Next would be Dice Coach- very personable, goes over the basics including betting strategies.
    Now Sharpshooter has nice videos but they are not on Utube.Someons gave me one and it had Jerry Patterson, Sharpshooter, and the " Sage" . Great OH toss vid.
    So at least you know what he can do.
    Sorry could not find anything on On Axis Forum videos.Scarce as hen's teeth .
    Now you will find videos from SRTs all over the place.Unfortunately little explanation usually comes with it.
    . So the EMMY goes to Koganinga !
     
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  2. James Hall, Jan 5, 2017

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    who is this koganinja ?
     
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  3. Dave G Ct, Jan 5, 2017

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    He started on Utube doing the very basics.He in fact was new to DI.He practiced for months and you could see him getting more knowledgeable.At first never thought of selling anything.Now years later he gives private one on one trainings.Go Google him - you will find a host of videos.I have some interchanges with him.Nice unpretentious guy- SR knows him
     
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  4. lone irish digit, Jan 5, 2017

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    1. Craps Boss
    2. Old Joe
    3. Gordon Meyer (AKA Dicesitter, Two Dice Belly)
    4. Wizard of Tacoma (AKA Paul Enockson)
    5. LID DI for Innumerate Video Series
    6. Suppericks "Amazing and Magic Wooden Plank Toss" Video Series
    7. Ahighs "The Dice Control Adventures of the Masked Avenger and his Gorilla Friend"
    8. Suppericks "Dice Gone Wild" Video series (30 Volume Series)
    9. Joe Francis "Girls Gone Wild Playing with the Dice" Craps Video series
     
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  5. Dave G Ct, Jan 5, 2017

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    Giving us new info
     
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    Checked out Craps Boss - the Rifleman
    Good toss on a hard surface.
     
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    DAVE

    Kokoninga has a nice shot. It is a GTC shot or
    Parr shot the difference being he does not use a
    back swing.
    He has a nice approach to the shot.

    He is honest in that he indicates this type of shot
    can not be used on every type of table.

    But in my view there are other types of shots that
    are more affective.

    twodicebilly
     
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    This is a Koganinja

     
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  9. Dave G Ct, Jan 5, 2017

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    Yes Parr all the way.He told me he has not tried the UH nor do I think he uses off axis
     
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    This one has dice....

     
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    That is correct! I just developed a new "DICE NOT GLUED TOGETHER" toss! I initially called it the "Hilarious Harry" toss, but I have refined it over the last two days!

    Said I was NOT gonna practice anymore, but when you're inventing new tosses, it takes away the boredom!

    Since the refinement, the "Hilarious "Harry" toss has been renamed the "Top Dog" Specialty toss!
     
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    well,that one guy sold me, he says this is the way to win, Im all for it. how much does he want to teach me...
    unbelievable.
     
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    Maybe I missed something with that guy, but let's see how far one gets with that 2 handed "Chop Toss"!!!
    Hahahahahahahaha...
    Chop THIS!!!

    Just give me those friggin' dice, and stay out of the way!


    Happy New Year Fellas!!!
    BigBen
     
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    Top Dog gets the bitches,

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  16. Linaway, Jan 6, 2017

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    Tabletop,

    "You" just like me and many others on this board are long in the tooth. We be card carrying members of the "Old Farts Organization"! OOPS, PARDON ME. THAT SLIPPED! WHEW!

    At this stage in life, being wise as we are as a result of years of experience.....then arthritis and other crap, we find that grips are like tater chips, you can't have just one!

    Then we learn as we hike a leg to achieve relief or annoy others while sharing methane, there is more than one way to skin kitties without getting scratched! :rolleyes:

    I suspect even the "slop bubble players" will hike a cheek ever now and then. Perhaps even switch hands or finger to push a button.
     
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    Well, it's winter time, & it's getting colder by the day, which simply means that for Old Top the three finger grip ain't happening for me!

    My arthritis is just too darn bad during the cold days, & this is ONE reason that I developed less problematic grips, & tosses that are extremely effortless to attempt!

    Parr, & GTC requires PERFECT execution, & after XYZ number of CONSECUTIVE tosses, that perfection diminishes CONSIDERABLY!

    Sure, there will be "Some" that say they can toss GTC, & PARR consistently for 30-50 consecutive tosses WITHOUT Errors.........LIARS, & don't believe them !

    Now, Parr, & GTC is not horrible ( even though to execute properly it takes meticulous preparation) for tossing VERY short sessions of 5-20 consecutive tosses!

    Why MESS with a toss that requires PERFECT execution when you can accomplish the SAME thing, or BETTER with other less problematic tosses?

    Right now, my finger joints have stiffened considerably so the 2-3 finger grips are "on the shelf"! No worries because I go through the same thing every year when it gets cold, & there are PLENTY of other tosses that help you to "Skin a Cat!
     
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    Not to "Knock" Koganinja or anyone else, but I wouldn't pay ONE RED CENT to learn how to toss dice UNLESS you are a Rank beginner!

    There is just too much free information all over the internet!

    Well, maybe I should retract that statement! I will say that if you have ABOVE, or EXCEPTIONAL hand/eye coordination, & you have good observational skills, Dice lessons are not necessary! If you let me witness something JUST ONCE, that is all I need to excel at it!

    Allow me to explain.....now, I know that pool balls, & square cubes are not the same! However, we are discussing a "Learning" process!

    When I learned three Card monte, & pool hustling, I learned by WATCHING good players! I NEVER took lessons, or instructions! Now, I DID play (cheap sessions) against the Top players, but it WAS in competition, playing for $2-$5 games ( I'm speaking of back in the 70's) that I learned. Now, all of the Top hustlers took a liking to me because I was "beyond my age" at 11 years old!

    Learned three Card Monte by WATCHING "Suckers" quitting playing the hustlers at pool, because they couldn't win, & then THINKING that MAYBE they could win some of their money back from their pool,playing losses!

    I personally think it's better to learn Dice Influencing by betting small stakes, & becoming "Casino tough"!

    I'm just a firm believer that when your money is on the line ( considering that you have ANY skill) you're gonna concentrate better, & take the game more seriously!

    You also develop ( or should I say "Enhance") killer Instinct! The crowd that I learned from were absolute Killers! They knew of no other way of life, BESIDES the hand/eye coordinated skills that they possesed! Miss a ball at a crucial time.......No dinner ! Get a little sloppy with the sleight of hand while executing the three Card Monte.........Well, I think you know how that turns out! Lol
     
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