I was a pass line player for 20 years but finally switched over to the don’t because I was tired of being hammered by the 7. Anyway, here is what I’ve been doing with some success; I will try to keep it brief:
$25 don’t pass with full odds, usually $150. Then I place the remaining numbers at $25 each. My goal is to hit a few numbers and then come down entirely, just leaving my original $25 DP bet on the table. Here’s what I’ve experienced: out of 10 rolls…two are going to be a Point-7, meaning a push. One will be a point-point, meaning if 8 is the point, the shooter will make another 8 on the very next roll, so I lose the whole $175 DP. That leaves 7 rolls to make money. During those 7 I can usually collect one or two place numbers hitting, then come down. If the shooter makes his point & I lose the $25, it’s the house’s money so it becomes another push. At the end of the 10 rolls I might be up $100-200 depending on the table. I have found this to work well on cold and choppy tables. It obviously doesn’t do well when a hot streak comes, which always seems to happen.
Just curious if anyone else has tried something like this and what the results were.