Someone who follows the DI Thread discussions will know better than myself. Maybe one or more of my questions have been resolved on this or any other Forum? - Do DI's prefer the Don't Pass system plan or the Pass System plan? - Do DI Schools charge more or less for one plan or the other? If so, WHY? - Can a DI get confused as to outcome preferences is they are 'switch hitters'? - Can ANY Craps Players comprehend the different of the two... or more strategies at the same time? - Do short explanations make one more competent of a poster? Can a bystander watching a Craps Session determine quickly, by direct observation, that statistically 75% or more active players are better off watching the action, than participating? As a casual bystander, can an experienced Craps Player point out players whose play reacts TO current Dice Outcomes and vary their wagers to compensate... from the Craps Degenerates who blame biased dice, American Indian Chinese made dice, magnetic spots, padding beneath a Craps Layout, etc., etc., and of course, etc.? These are basic, simple Craps questions illustrating that the DI Player, manipulation of a pair of dice outcomes, may not even match the Craps System of Play at the table. Who is the judge? The chip rack or the observer? Weasel Craps Promoters on this Forum need not comment. Short comments indicate a lack of knowledge and commitment to respond honestly. A Winner at a Craps Table one evening, can easily be a Loser the next evening. Same Game Plan... wrong outcomes. DI or not a DI? Had this same player went to the opposite side of the Craps Table (Pass or Don't Pass), would this player had a WIN one evening and a WIN the following evening? Once you begin to think and consider these questions, you will understand that Craps and DI are not designed to complement one another. Neither DI or Dice Setter can predict the next outcome favoring their System of Play 49% or more of the time. If they could, the Casino would close the table and install Ping Pong Tables.