Uses dice and defined rules of play for the interested gambler. The rules are based on the pyramid of 36 one-dimensional dice outcomes which define five sets of equally occurring sister numbers and the seven. Fairness is defined in terms of the ratio of these outcomes relative to seven. Unfortunately, no bets offered in the game are fair except the odds bet, which must be coupled to another bet, which is unfair. Some (I would argue most) people believe that the roll of two dice is random, where the outcome obtained is completely beyond the control or the influence of the shooter. Some players believe otherwise, and practice with dice sets and tosses in an attempt to learn how they impart influence on the cubes. When craps discussions arise that involve both pro and anti-DI, there is bound to be disagreement. So be it. Each of these groups seem to "know" that what they believe about the matter is factual, and that the other group is full of shit. Arguing this point is of little benefit, as there are generally not many converts. On top of this point of disagreement, there are multitude of ways that the game can be bet. The combination of bets that can be made are nearly infinite. Some bets are defined mathematically as being "better" than others, but in reality, it's a crap shoot. By way of an example, take me playing a single line bet and odds this past Saturday. Up and down, eventually a $200 loser. A guy walks in next to me nearly at the end of my misery, puts down two greens each on snakeyes and boxcars, gets a hit, and leaves with 15 blacks and 2 greens.