So I caught a MASSIVE hand on Saturday, one of the best in a while. It was the guy shooting before me, and here is what happened: I buy the horn numbers at 25 dollars each, (pay the 5 vig), and get my nickel hardways. On the comeout I always get a hi-lo for 10, so I get that too -- and sure enough the shooter throws 12 on the comeout -- so I take my 145, buy the 4 for 25, and wait. The shooter proceeds to ROAST the horn and outside numbers, after each hit I press a number 25. By the end of the roll I had over 200 each on the 3 and 11, and 125 on the 2 and 12, and 100 on the 4 and 10. My hard 6 and 8 were both at 100, having hit at the 50 dollar level ... all in all nearly 1000 on the table. I ended up making just under 6000 on the roll, and he only made 2 passes. But just murdered the outside. And I've spent all weekend wondering, if you're up that much on a hand, do you just let it all ride and go for the gusto, or should I have at somepoint brought it down. I typically don't like to regress, because ... well ... what if the shooter keeps throwing outside horn numbers? What have others done when up big on a hand, do you just keep going for it?