Many people claim to be a DI or sharp shooter of the dice but in reality they are just chicken feeders. Chicken Feeders will always lose because they are just random rollers and craps is a negative regression game. They do their best to look the "Dominator" but that's where it ends. They have the stance, the throw, spend 10 seconds setting the dice set and maybe a half ass dice grip, but they have ZERO control of the dice. The worst event that can happen to them is if they have a lucky long throw. Now they are screwed. Now they think they have figured out how to win a craps. Everybody has a couple of long throws eventually. Chicken Feeder Check Points 1. The dice start to separate the moment the leave the grip. 2. The dice never hit the exact same spot on the table. 3. The dice never rest a the same spot after a throw. They come to rest all over the table. 4 . One dice hits before the other HUGH CHECK Point. 5. Never rolls the same numbers when its their turn to roll. Throws very few repeaters - Meet Mr. Chicken feeder. Di or SharpShooter 1. This freaking animal is extremely RARE! The time and practice most people don't have to invest. More time practicing than playing. 2. It doesn't matter what their stance, grip, or throw looks like, because they have TOTAL control of the dice. 4. They set the dice within seconds of receiving them 3. The dice look like a pair of "Blue Angles" flying formation as they travel the air of the craps table. Seriously! The dice are tight in flight looks like they are glued together. 4. They could hit a dime on landing. Same spot every freaking time! All day. Both landing at the SAME time. 5. The BIGGEST check point - You can reach down and pickup both dice with ONE hand after the roll. You don't need a rake to gather them. 6. They roll seriously abnormal amount of repeaters. The probability of math over the long run doesn't add up. The numbers don't lie. 7. You are very lucky to know one!!!!! Meet the less than 1% Its one or the other there is NO in between. Getting luck or Highly skilled. What are you? Chicken Feeder or DI? If you are a DI its highly unlikely you are here.