Have any of you heard of this? I'm posting this from a different board (maybe Jacob won't allow it). It goes like this (if Jacob allows it): "Time to dust off the "Four-Barrel Shotgun." This is adapted from a r.g.c post over 12 years ago: Overview Establish four points, then take odds on them simultaneously. If two numbers come down before a 7, you're slightly ahead. Let's assume $10/3,4,5x odds, standard on the Las Vegas strip these days. (The original post had $2/10x. Hah!) Phase 1 Make a $10 pass line bet, and continue making $10 come bets until you have a total of four numbers working: one pass and 3 comes. Do not make any odds bets yet. Four numbers covered won't happen all the time, so you'll be waiting a bit to get to phase 2. The worst you can do in this phase, outside of a long streak of craps rolls, is to lose 2 line bets because the last come wins. Phase 2 Once you have four numbers working, take odds on all of them at once. I recommend 2x ($20) to start, and then press later if the shooter keeps going. Now wait for the numbers to come down, and keep count of how many odds bets you win. If the 7 shows prior to any numbers being made, obviously you're out of luck. This is the maximum loss for any given shooter, again outside of any other craps rolls. If one number is hit prior to a 7, you'll lose about half your total wager. But if two or more numbers are hit, you'll be ahead. Phase 3 If three numbers hit, you can start rebetting the come line. Remember how I said to keep count of the number of odds bets you'd won? Make come bets until you have that many numbers covered, and take odds on each. If you go off-and-on with an existing come point, that increases the count of total odds bets won. If you've only won 4 odds bets, don't make more than 4 come bets. This will ensure that you keep some winnings. Phase 4 At some point, if the shooter keeps rolling numbers, your count of odds bets won will exceed 6. This means several things. It means that you will always have a bet in the come box, and it means that any number hit will go off-and-on. It also means you can start pressing the odds amounts to higher bets since you didn't max-out the odds at first. Beyond this, it's up to you how you proceed. You can continue to just go off-and-on, you can press the odds bets, and if you've already made the maximum odds bet you can even start pressing your line bets. If a seven rolls and knocks you down, start over. If you made it to Phase 3, you'll have a profit. If you've made it to Phase 4, you'll have a sizeable profit. A good way to gauge when to stop is to track how many total wipeouts you have. For example, a $400 bankroll can survive three total wipeouts of four $10/2x bets. So start with $400, play until you have three total wipeouts, and then see whether you're up or down. If you've found a $5 table, you can halve everything including the starting bankroll." Have any of you tried this?