Newsletter May 2015
It's More Fun
When You Are Winning!
Volume 15 : Issue 5
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Soft Touch Says
Who Ya Gonna Call?
Soft Touch Says -
Adjusting to the new playing
The last few times I have played craps in Vegas, it has become clear to me
that the playing environment has changed. The tourists, the casino, the
players at the tables are different, even the food is different.
The global gambling landscape is changing as the economic environment
changes. With these changes, so to should our playing approaches change
the way we do things at the craps tables. As players, we plan to win more
than we lose. Our ability to be flexible and adapt during these difficult
times will be critical to our success.
I always play with an open mind to new ideas. Having a positive mental
attitude during play is now more important than ever. I often find players
clinging to that which is familiar; assuming that what they are doing at
the tables will eventually produce their desired result. And they hope
this will happen before their bankroll is depleted.
Not too long ago I had the opportunity to play craps alongside some of my
dice students from years past. Back then I remember helping them
re-evaluate some of their "spray and pray" betting strategies. We had
discussed a couple of ways to help them play more efficiently and to win
more frequently with less money at risk. The overall goal being risk less,
During my recent play with them, I was a bit surprised to see that these
same students had reverted back to their original losing ways. Shooting
the way they shot before our discussions and betting large sums in the
same past manner. It was a bit disappointing for me. They went through
their whole session bankroll and just shrugged it off to bad luck.
As my mama used to say; "Bad luck, my foot!"
We all know other players who are stuck doing the same things each and
every time they are at the table while continuing to expect different
results. They are closed off to any other possible approach. These players
simply hang on to what they know, refusing to make room for other ideas
and/or betting approaches, and yet they still complain about not winning
Perhaps they are too blind to see the game in a different light and resist
any change. Losing feels more familiar and therefore they feel
comfortable, it is what they expected. And, just because these players had
a comprehensive understanding of an expensive betting system they had
known before meeting up with me, they seemed to forget that there is no
single system or dice set that is always right for all playing occasions.
Playing conditions change from day to day, month to month and even hour to
In my view, when a player resists change, they resist opportunities. The
discomfort felt around having to change, like fear of the unknown, can
literally limit the player from seeing other playing options.
A mentor from long ago used to say to me; "The more you resist, the more
If the casinos resisted change, they would not be in business. Follow the
casino's lead - be open to changes in playing conditions and adjust your
The key to your success is to learn how to swim with the tide. In this
volatile playing environment your goal should be to win rapidly, and when
possible get to the point where you are betting with your profits.
If your efforts at the table do not prove to be profitable in 15 to 20
minutes of play, then you have to switch gears. Sometimes that means you
will have to stop playing and re-evaluate the current conditions.
Remember, the willingness to be flexible and adapt at the craps table in
the present moment will always pay valuable dividends in the long run.
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