Seems like in my head I really like this strategy, but in reality the win/loss ratio just doesn't seem to be worth it. I used to be a line bettor only and would wait and wait while number after number rolled. A shooter would get congrats on a great roll because he threw so many numbers, but only made one point. Everyone else seemed to be picking up bets, pressing bets and making money while I pretty much broke even on one point and one loss. I decided I would join the action and starting playing $44/$88 Inside and sure enough it seems like it's been a long run of one or two numbers then 7-out for a small loss each roller. The last two trips it seems I've hit a wall where I got smacked three times in a row and four out of five times with an immediate 7-out. Ouch, roughly $350 in basically less than 10 rolls of the dice. Don't get me wrong, when that big roll comes along it's great fun to pick up bet after bet and press higher than you have been before, but just so many complete wipe outs recently. I'm wondering if my short term memory is clouding my thinking or if playing "inside" or "across" is just not a good strategy since you need three or four numbers just to get even. Thoughts on this are appreciated.