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Discussion in 'General Craps Discussion' started by scott22, Dec 30, 2019.
anyone got any thoughts?
Quit when you get ahead
While I believe method play is very important to give yourself a chance to win, there is never any knowing what those dice will show.
In all honesty, you probably have your best shot at a win playing from the Don't, simply because 2/3 of all decisions go past the come out, and on the Don't, you are favored for all of these delayed decisions.
Also, regardless of your direction of play, don't be afraid of the four line bets, and the opportunity to turn $x into $4x with the use of parlays. IMO, this is the most important thing to do with your come out bet from either direction - always let winners ride at least one time.
Win more than WHAT?
Learn to throw the dice, go to dice school.
Did you mean front line bets, the pass and don't pass? If not please clarify.
Just my old song and dance about using the P, C, DP and DC for all they are worth with the parlays.
If lets say a $10 come bet wins on a seven, do you move the whole $20 to the pass line? I hadn't considered that move before.
Have done that at times, but usually just go out with the parlay on the next available Come.
I'm not going to be greedy. I'll accept win in 2020. If it's more...wonderful. That's gravy in my book.
Unfortunately, no strategy guarantees a win. Players have their own ideas on risk, Frequency of play, windfall wants, bonus bets, high house edge wagering...others like low edge wagers, keep the casino advantage as tight as possible, etc.
The nice thing about craps...one size does not fit all.
Good luck in 2020.
sometimes when I'm feeling it when I get some on the last come (10 flat) I'll parlay to passline ($20) and go 22 inside working on come out
Get in, plan to win quick, leave while ahead. Rince/repeat. Not too often.