You walk into a casino....

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  1. Dave G Ct, Jul 22, 2018

    Dave G Ct

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    Yes you walk in to the casino and you have no idea how the tables are running - hot, cold or choppy.
    " Does not mean anything to me- the game is a game of independent trials" Now what " pillar " of the Gam ling community utterred this statement? Give you a hint- you can spot him 2 points to the Fire Bet and this hero could not complete it.
    Yes our favorite SRT lol.
    Yes this hero loves these math platatude but if you think this " talent would step up to a table planning to bet right and sees four players in a row have short hands of 3 or less I guess you will be waiting for the Titanic to pull into port.
    Have you had it with these " math know it all's" dictating your play?
    So Irish tell us about your 6 point Fire Bet.Even I will be glued.
    And Top keep quiet and we are all waiting for you to challenge Venom to a game of your choice. Lol
     
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  2. Twelve4s, Jul 22, 2018

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    Are there any translators in the house? WTF does this mean?

    Only FRTs need apply.
     
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  3. Dave G Ct, Jul 22, 2018

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    So if a table is trending ice cold - do you buy in if you are betting right? Cannot make it any simplier
     
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  4. Twelve4s, Jul 22, 2018

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    Eagleeye pre post reply,

    Duh! Of course not! Duh!
     
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  5. Dave G Ct, Jul 22, 2018

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    But there are a lot of math phoonies who would not either.But they say " Hey every roll is independent" Yeah then why are you not stepping up? Just got the talk down lol
     
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    Dave, you remind me a lot of one of my favorite bar tenders,

     
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  7. James Hall, Jul 22, 2018

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    Independent trials ? It doesn't make a damned bit of difference
    one way or the other what the last three players have done

    THE ONE THING TDEvious says constantly
    that makes any sense at all
    "you can't predict future rolls based on previous outcomes"

    To decide to play or not based on what past shooters have done
    Would fly in the face of logic

    Wanna win playing CRAPS?
    Learn to win , then walk up to the table
    "KNOWING YOU CAN DO IT , THEN JUST DO IT"

    It' a lot easier to do when you know how
     
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    Cold table , Hot table , Hot dice , Cold dice ,
    Good luck , Bad luck???? , Superstitious Nonsense???
    How about this question ?
    What causes a table to be cold?
    What causes dice to be cold ?
    What does it take to warm them up?

    How would you know the difference
    between a hot shooter and a cold shooter?
    My gawd , RANDOM PLAYERS sure do have a lot to worry about
    before they decide to risk their bank roll
     
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  9. Mssthis1, Jul 23, 2018

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    The ultimate definition of a "cold table" is one that is completely empty while the table next to it is full. I'll take the empty table EVERY time, no matter which side of the dice I have chosen to bet on for that session. And yes, I do play the don't on myself in the right situations. The seven is the easiest number to toss in a random game so that also makes it the easiest number to purposely toss more of.
     
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  10. TDVegas, Jul 23, 2018

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    I will not join a hot bubble. Call it superstition....I fall on the "it's due" side, meaning if the dice are cold, they are due to heat up. Conversely, if the dice are hot, they are due to cool down.

    I don't like walking up to the bubble and seeing it glowing red (hot shooter mode with at least 20+ rolls)....as I feel I already missed it.

    There's nothing there but superstition. I'm fine with that. I would rather walk up and see 15 rolls of.....

    6-7
    5-2-3-7
    10-12-9-4-7
    8-6-5-7

    That's when I jump in.....

    I figure....It's due, baby!
     
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    Same here on the bubble or regular table.
     
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  12. yacraps, Jul 24, 2018

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    this could be a starter
    [​IMG]
     
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    "She's got a lot of what it takes to get along" (show tune title)
     
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    There is a lot to be said for the due theory
     
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    As I recall you railed against the , "DUE THEORY"
    Didn't you say , "NO NUMBER IS EVER DUE"
    Didn't you say ,
    "The odds of any number coming up are exactly the same on every roll"

    You aren't claiming to predict what numbers will be
    rolled based on previous rolls , are you?
     
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  16. TDVegas, Jul 24, 2018

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    You are talking about "due theory".....

    I said "due superstition".....

    Big difference:);)

    Theory....a coherent group of tested general propositions.

    Superstition....a widely held but unjustified belief in supernatural causation leading to certain consequences of an action or event, or a practice based on such a belief.
     
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    Oh I see I just wanted to understand , then
    it's superstition , that's more in line with where I thought
    your game was centered
    Superstition rather than skill
    Got it
     
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    At least I live near the "beach" to actually "surf"....as opposed to the guy 5 hours inland who puts his surfboard on his living room floor and pretends it's water.

    Some of us are do'ers.....others, cough....cough....pretenders.
    :cool:
     
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  19. James Hall, Jul 24, 2018

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    You got that right , Playing AT craps on a machine
    rather than PLAYING the game
    But then again , chasing those one dollar losses while PRETENDING
    is much easier than it once was , in days gone buy
    when you may have been playing AT the REAL game
    I just fail to see how going into a casino everyday in a vain attempt at recouping losses can be , as you describe it FUN or ENTERTAINING

    I personally moved thru that entertainment crap decades ago
    Now it's almost like a job , tedious but somewhat necessary
     
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  20. James Hall, Jul 24, 2018

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    Don't misunderstand what I am saying
    I enjoy it once I get there and get settled into the game
    I still enjoy the feeling of accomplishment when I color up
    but much of the thrill of the mystery is no longer there
    You know , that feeling of anticipation , wondering will I win or will I lose
    that is gone , I walk into a casino with a win already
    fixed in my mind , I go in focused , no doubt as to the outcome
    I know I can win .
    The years of training and practice
    have been paying dividends for decades

    No more relying on VARIANCE , that is in the training
    merely waiting to be released with each
    well planned and well placed toss
     
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