Shooting with your skunk hat on

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  1. Settingcanthurt, Feb 11, 2018

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    I do not have a skunk hat. Only a racoon cap. I do see a difference in outcome with the racoon cap on. It seems there is a more positive outcome and there is a more lively reaction when the dice hit the felt. I asked the Pit boss to see if he could turn the lights off so i could get a measure on how much static I was using on my toss. He said no.
    I bet there is something to the skunk hat though. i certainly saw the racoon cap make a change. its very complex. Only a genius could figure it out. if only i owned one of them there suppercomputers.
     
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  2. Mssthis1, Feb 12, 2018

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    The secret to the hats is the grease on the inside skin. You can strategically use that to get dice that are "glued together"

    Now that the word is out all casinos will watch anyone wearing a hat for cheating. They read these boards you know.
     
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  3. Settingcanthurt, Feb 13, 2018

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    Wow was not aware of the grease to keep the dice together. I did see one shooter last weekend with a big beautiful skunk hat. Watching him he would set the dice using a tight thin rubber glove. He was then rubbing the hat, pinching the dice together charging the now, block of two dice, with energy, which kept them together.
    I tried it with my racoon hat and it was not as great of dice sticking. All I could find were latex gloves. Certainly a big difference but now, I think I may be able to equalize it. Did you know raccoons are greasier then skunks?? It's true.
     
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