I caught a load to Austin, TX, that doesn't deliver till Tues., so I stopped off in Biloxi for a little craps session. Parking's been a little hit-or-miss around there lately, so I parked at the truck stop and grabbed an Uber to Boomtown. I bought in for $200, and only played the do side. Usually a PL w/single odds and either one or two come bets w/single odds. Sometimes I'd keep the 6 and 8 covered - either instead of, or in addition to the come bets. Nothing was shaking to speak of - a couple of mediocre rolls that got me back up NEAR even, but that was it. Mostly I was dying a slow death. I tried a couple of "swing-for-the-fences" moves along the way. There were an utterly bizarre number of yo's being thrown for some reason, so, at one point, I tried hitting a parlayed yo for a buck - no cigar. Of course, 10-15 minutes after I abandoned that, back-to-back yo's showed - twice! They have the ATS, and I played it, 1/3/1, five or six times, and finally hit the small once. Probably about even ON THAT BET, but still losing. So the pain continues, and I got down to only 7 or 8 red chips and several whites, and the dice pass to me. I was resigned to let this be my last hand, and I would go eat and try again. So, a nickel on the pass line, and (FUGGET) 1/3/1. I make a point, put a buck each on the hardways, and I'm off. The hardways did chit, but I was rolling numbers. I got the place 8 pressed up to 30, and I hit it again. I'm not sure how many rolls later (maybe 20-25) I made a point, and looked over and all I needed was the 2 and the 10. I popped the 2 before I made a point, and one of the other players laid the 10 for fifty, and says, "I hope I lose it." So a couple rolls later - BAM! - there's the 10. I think everyone on the table must've been on the ATS. It took quite a while to get paid off, but I was OK with it. Now this is why I asked you all here today: Would you go right back up on the ATS? Right now? After 30 rolls and no seven? Everyone, as near as I could tell, did. I did not. Two rolls later, seven-out. Now I know that the odds of rolling the small, the tall, or all are exactly the same now as they were 30 rolls ago, but but but. . . And I also know that I wouldn't be betting for it to happen twice in a row (that bet would've had to be made prior), but, but, but. At any rate, providing you are still awake, I colored-up $617, tipped the crew the $17, and left ahead $400, and two cups of terrible coffee. I've been on a bit of a cold streak lately. I think the last 4 sessions were losers, so I'm glad to put a check in the 'W' column.