The majority of Craps Players step up to the table. Buy in their Bankroll. Begin playing. Considering the numerous discussions about Biased Dice, Dice Chuckers, Dice Setters, Craps table conditions and other ad nauseam beliefs, why not take some time and watch some table action. First. Ad nuseam: Adverb, referring to something that has been done or repeated so often that is has become annoying or tiresome. I was an example of the first sentence. From the spectator side of Craps, there is much to learn. It is cost effective. The 'woulda, shoulda, coulda' events of dice outcomes only can impress onto one's mind that the winning and losing can: - Are not consistent or predictable. - Can alternate, without any reason nor among specific shooters, with no explanation. - Some Sessions may be best avoided by watching and leaving. - Any losing or winning session by any shooter is not likely to repeat. - .... 'your experience'.... It is much more difficult to be a Spectator at a Bubble Craps. You are wasting your time. Any Player's game board cannot be followed without stepping into the Player's personal space. A live Craps Table with one or more players is a live Classroom experience. Watch wagering systems, if any. Follow wagering after a point is made, or a Seven Out. Do players press UP, or Reduce their wagers after a win or loss? Any Fool can do what I did... when I was learning and ignorant. Once I understood that Craps is a Game of Chance, did I also discover that the most brilliant Craps Players... can and will lose. No matter what. Bankroll preservation is more important than... playing. When you can rationalize in your mind why some players seem to alter their game to protect their Bankroll, and others are blindsided by repeating a losing System, believing this time the result will be... become the Poster Boy of Insanity. Do you dig half a hole, or follow the half a hole to the bottom? If you must persist in stepping into a current Craps Table in Play... at least be brave enough to follow the table's progress, as a bystander. Sure you may miss a good run. You may even saved yourself some big losses, as well. The Craps Table is Biased. Pass or Don't Pass are treated almost equal. After point, the Don't Pass player is the optimist. Once you begin making Place Bets, Come Bets and side wagers... your risk go from a near neutral to negative. This is the Dice Setter's main focus. Produce paying numbers to minimize this disadvantage. Their ONLY reason to Shoot Craps. Watch a Don't Pass player's wagering. He sits tight and waits. Like a buzzard sitting in a tree along a busy highway. An easy meal is always coming... sooner than later. I have followed a shooter making numerous numbers and never make point, but successful to those players covering many numbers. Myself. What did I learn? Not much. If I need the adrenalin rush... Craps is a bit of an overdose. Play the Bias. If you were right or wrong on your expectations... next time will not be much different.