Dice Setter Precision Shooter's Newsletter
Happy New Year to everyone! I hope you all enjoyed the holiday season and now that the hub-bub of New Year is about to fade, you're ready to get back to the practice table. Now that 2003 is upon us, some of the changes we've anticipated in the dice influencing world have begun to take shape. Heavy's Axis Power Craps seminars are really taking off with several planned for the late winter/early spring in Biloxi, Vegas and Chicago. And from what I understand, the Dice Coach has had a steady stream of soon-to-be dice influencers beating a path to his door as well. Word on the street also has it that another dicesetter.com contributor is also going to be holding classes for precision shooters in the Northeast in the near future. All GREAT news! On the other hand, rumors abound that a few of the big names in advantage play may soon be playing both sides of the fence, both giving instructions via seminars AND working with the casinos to assist in thwarting advantage players. So, whether your game is craps or blackjack or video poker, use caution and good sense when choosing your advantage play allies.
Here's wishing you a safe and festive new year and a profitable 2003! Thanks for your ongoing support of dicesetter.com.
aboard the Mini-Table Craps Tour of Las Vegas. Yours
truly, The Mad Professor, is your somewhat kind and jovial host. Our co-pilot and navigator is Mel, the Vegas
Ghost. We call him the ghost
because he has haunted most of the major Strip casinos as a gaming-executive for the past
four decades, plus he knows where most of the skeletons are buried and who put them there. Hes a valuable tour-guide and a sauve
of this series we covered the details
and intricacies of Precision-Shooting on either a sit-down Crapshoot table, or at a
10-player stand-up mini-table.
Mel and I explored the
profit-potential of Casino Royales excellent $1 minimum, 10x-Odds Crapshoot table.
the Holiday Inn-Boardwalk tub-table
played unwitting host to our short, but lucrative session.
journey of discovery, wonderment and beneficial Precision-Shooting takes us off the beaten
tourist path, and into the:
Wild Wild West
Gambling Hall & Hotel
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