Modifying Your CRAPS Play

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  1. eagleeye2, Jan 18, 2019

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    Subject "Modifying Your CRAPS Play"

    For those that Play & Enjoy the many Challenges, that the game of Craps has to offer, consider the following:

    Continuing to play Craps, points to two basic choices for the player, as outlined below:

    1) Continue playing as you are, without concern, worry, or efforts to change things related to your
    Craps sessions, no additional effort required here; keep on playing & enjoying the game of Craps.

    The above will work fine for those that:
    a) Currently are overall $ winners or essentially break even with their current Casino Craps Play
    b) Those that feel that losing a few $ is the price of entertainment at the Craps Table
    c) Those that could care less about losing whatever $ they bet when Playing Craps

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  2. eagleeye2, Jan 18, 2019

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    2) Make a serious effort to improve your Craps overall Performance, by taking EFFORTS whatever they may be; to improve the following:

    a) Select Casinos to play at, include a list, as initial choices may not meet other items listed below
    b) Guidelines for selecting that initial Craps Table to Play at
    c) Establishing rules or concepts to Exit a Craps Table, based upon your performance at that table
    d) Selecting or "Qualifying a Shooter" that you will Bet on, including yourself
    e) Establish or alter your betting scheme based upon table Performance
    f) Set your bet size & loss limit based upon your bankroll

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    g) Select a position (to shoot from) at the table you have selected
    f) Establish a Dice Set or Settings that you will use in play
    g) Establish how you can adjust your throw, based upon table conditions, etc.
    h) PLAY away, taking all of the above into consideration

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  4. twodicebilly, Jan 18, 2019

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    I will play today and tomorrow on two small tables...One is very bouncy
    and I cant say I like it all that much. But I am working on a couple of things
    that I need more answers to....

    the main question I will have to answer is how far from the back wall will
    I have to land the shot and at what angle will the front die have to hit. On
    a short table you dont have much forgiveness. You also have to soften
    the shot.

    the other table is hard enough and has decent bounce, but back walls are angled
    so it can be interesting... I have won here before and lost here before, but
    never approached it like I want to tonight.

    tdb
     
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    I too would like info on shooting on a bouncy table.
    Clay ....
     
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  6. twodicebilly, Feb 22, 2019

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    try hard not to play on them, certainly with a GTC shot i struggle because you
    have to make sure every shot is adjusted. I try to hit lower and closer to the back wall.

    • I find it much easier to use the LJ shot because the movement of the dice is
    • going forward to the back wall, instead of coming down at the table.
    Either way, playing on a table that fits you and your shot will give you much better results.

    TDB
     
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    Thank you for the response.
    I have been moving my landing area back and with that and the 3V set it is improving but not as good as the hard surface.
    Thanks again for the tip. Clay........
     
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