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Please understand that you are not the first dice player to pursue some unknown, yet to be discovered method for winning. Our intention for sharing these methods is for your information and to help you become better educated about all the many ways for playing the game of craps. After all, there are countless ways of playing craps and it is our hope that after researching the free information contained here at DiceSetter.com, you will find a way of playing craps that best suits you and your style of play.
Craps is a hugely popular game, from the big casinos in Vegas, to the online options that gamblers now have on casino websites. There are plenty of methods and strategies that people use. We've listed these below so you can educate yourself and find out what you're happy with.
Here you'll find a compilation of strategies from various resources. For every strategy (or system) listed, there are numerous variations, but these will give you a good base to help you recognize the Good, the Bad and the Ugly. A lot of systems look good on paper and play horribly in a real game. One factor for your consideration has to do with understanding the craps odds. Your assignment is to scrutinize any system and find all the reasons why they could work. But most importantly, you must find all the weak links to a system and avoid systems that are simply "Paper Tigers".
When it comes to craps, every crapshooter has some sure fired system for winning. We encourage careful scrutiny of the logistical basis for any system that you pursue.
The systems below are listed only to familiarize you with some of the possibilities invented for the game. It's up to you to study, apply and test the results for yourself. There are so many different ways of playing. The purpose here is to show the reader just a few examples of the many approaches to playing the game.
No method of play works all of the time. In the end, what you are looking for is a method...