It matters little if you are a $20, $200 or $1,000 buy in at a Craps Table, how much is enough winnings? You do not have to be an Investment Guru to understand the mathematics of Compound Interest or Investing in a 'hot' stock gaining in value. Take, for example a $1,000 CD at 3%, Preferred Money Market at 2.07%, Tax Free Municipal Bonds at 4.0% and even a Credit Union cash account bringing in a whopping... 1%, on higher accounts. These, for those who are mathematical awkward, in percentages... lets make this easy to understand. A Tax Free Municipal Bond paying $40 after 365 days, tax free, investing in a $1,000 certificate whose value may go UP, or DOWN depending on current interest rates. Usually following the Federal Reserve artificial rartes. So, $40 for one year on $1,000 for a secure, safe return on your cash. Craps Players on the, other hand or slight of hand, may wager on a Hot Table with a $200 Bankroll and if they pulled their wagers off the table after a good roll, lets say $100. A return of 50% in ten minutes of your time. ... and they want MORE. The return on 'investment' is enormous. This is the insanity of Craps Players, as well anyone who gambles. How much is enough to... QUIT? Obviously, never is probably closer to the truth. You keep playing, you will not only lose your outrageous return on capital, but lose all of the 'investment capital'. Even the Stock Market treats you better than your cash becoming... ZERO. These 'Big Whales at the Craps Table' making small instant fortunes need to mortgage the house, refinance the car(s) and max out their personal loans. Set the Dice... Knock out a couple rolls and... QUIT. Repay all of the creditors wanting 5% to 18% annual interest can be repaid after one, five or twenty Casino Craps Table 'Capital Ventures'. No doubt an example of another "American Greed" program... DeLuxe. Maybe a total of one, two or three days of casual winning. Common Sense, which is not common to a gambler, thinks everyone believes that gambling makes you RICH. There is no Santa with a sack of cash at the end of these stories on the CrapsForum. Greed to some requires a fantastic imagination and sucking their wealth from their home, savings and family.... like a giant TICK. Tell me then, if you disagree that this is not the case... how you take one Dollar, play to Ten Dollars, to a Hundred to Ten Thousand... over an hours worth of... well, pumping air into a Balloon and calling it... an Investment that keeps on paying.