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Old 06-29-2008, 03:24 PM   #15
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That said, games of chance like craps do experience fluctuations in probability. Sometimes the dice roll good or even amazingly well for the players. When this happens knowing how to play and pressing your bets will result in increased winnings. A craps table can dump thousands of dollars to numerous players in a matter of minutes. Craps is fun. Winning at craps is exceptionally fun, but there is no system that can be applied. One must play and when things get hot, play aggressively.
The trick is to know when to stop playing. The same probability fluctuations that work for you and let you win can suddenly turn the other way, and convert winnings to losses. Too many folks don't stop playing aggressively soon enough.
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