Newsletter September 2015
It's More Fun
When You Are Winning!
Volume 15 : Issue 9
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Soft Touch Says
Who Ya Gonna Call?
Soft Touch Says -
Before entering any craps game in any
casino, I always watch the play before placing a bet. With that stated, I
generally chart the table with pen and paper to look for trends as our
friend the "7" cycles around. The first six, twelve and eighteen rolls
speak volumes about the table conditions. This information lets me know
how best to approach a specific playing opportunity.Happiness is a long roll,
Now I recognize that many players just don't find charting with pen and
paper that appealing or comfortable. However, even if players do not
subscribe to the practice of charting, there are other tools at the table
to help keep track of what is going on.
In our Dice Busters workshops we teach a number of ways to use your chips
as a tracking tool. Tracking allows you to see what the table is doing. Is
it hot or cold? Are there any noticeable trends? One very simple tracking
method that will give you a sense of what the table is doing is as
When you exchange your cash for chips, allow for the inclusion of extra
chips in two different denominations such as white and red chips. Separate
these chips from the rest of your bankroll. At the craps table, you have
two racks for your chips. Use the rack directly in front of you for
Your plan is to rack these chips in an arrangement by color that
corresponds to the pattern of the roll decisions. For me, the red chips
represent don't pass and the white represent the pass. When a shooter
completes their point, rack a white chip. When a shooter seven's out, rack
a red chip. As you begin racking and tracking what is going on between the
seven cycles, you will be able to see how the table is either completing
its points or trending toward cold.
Simply racking seven to ten decisions with chips will give you some very
useful information. More consecutive reds will prove to be devastating for
a pass line player. Wouldn't it be far better to know this information
before playing the pass line?
This also helps players remain disciplined in an indirect way. It forces
them to keep their hands busy tracking, rather than tossing the chips on
to the table due to the subconscious pull to play as quickly as they can,
without any consideration for table conditions.
Always recognize that you have a choice of betting approaches. Knowing the
table conditions before you start betting will greatly benefit your
Remember, there is no single playing approach or system that is right for
all table conditions. Therefore, a willingness to gather as much
information about the game in the moment of play and being a flexible
player once you have gathered your information, will pay you chips far
more often than not.
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reading all the newsletters in reverse date order. It's amazing.
PS I'm in Australia and
information like this is priceless because there are not that many
casinos, usually one in each city if you're lucky.
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