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Bet Big and Gain Little in Craps

If you decide to use this approach you really want to have a very big pocket book and superior discipline to leave when you generate a small success. For the purposes of this story, a sample buy in of $2,000 is used.

The Horn Bet numbers are surely not looked at as the "successful way to wager" and the horn bet itself carries a house edge well over twelve percent.

All you are gambling is five dollars on the pass line and ONE number from the horn. It does not matter whether it is a "craps" or "yo" as long as you gamble it consistently. The Yo is more common with people using this system for clear reasons.

Buy in for $2,000 when you approach the table however only put five dollars on the passline and one dollar on one of the two, three, eleven, or twelve. If it wins, great, if it loses press to two dollars. If it does not win again, press to four dollars and continue on to eight dollars, then to sixteen dollars and following that add a $1.00 every subsequent wager. Each instance you lose, bet the previous value plus another dollar.

Employing this approach, if for example after fifteen rolls, the number you chose (11) has not been tosses, you probably should walk away. Although, this is what might happen.

On the tenth roll, you have a sum of $126 in the game and the YO at long last hits, you gain three hundred and fifteen dollars with a take of $189. Now is a great time to go away as it is a lot more than what you entered the game with.

If the YO doesn’t hit until the twentieth toss, you will have a total investment of $391 and because your current bet is at $31, you gain $465 with your take of $74.

As you can see, adopting this system with only a $1.00 "press," your profit margin becomes smaller the longer you play on without attaining a win. This is why you have to step away once you have won or you should bet a "full press" again and then continue on with the $1.00 mark up with each toss.

Carefully go over the data before you try this so you are very familiar at when this approach becomes a non-winning adventure instead of a winning one.

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