Best Online Craps Strategy
There are a number of writers who talk about using the Wacky Systems for making profit and ensure that one can win each and every bet on a table, even the ones that have a high house edge. In fact, that's not the case.
None of these kinds of systems guarantee you for long- term gains. The only one thing that allows the gambler to win is the Distribution of the Variance for a short- term win.
We need to examine the so called systems of winning that are used by the professionals for making money.
Then try our betting on the six and the eight. Some of the writer’s systems are actually wrong as they are not experts and their credentials imply on the Gambler Fallacy.
This so called system considers that a seven id due to a hit if for continuous five rolls it does not show up. Also, they claim that if a six or eight shows up first, then the number seven is due.
It is logically absurd as every time the odds in the dice has fifty percent chances of any of the numbers. The same rule is applicable, irrespective of whether the number has appeared or not, after the five rolls or even million rolls. The odds are always going to be constant, it does not matter about the number of times you put off the place bet.
Let us look at the mathematics linked with the place betting of the number six and eight. Over many of the rolls, the results are likely to resemble in perfect distribution.
In the distribution of 36 rolls the expectation is that the number seven is likely to appear 6 times and the numbers 6 and 8 are likely to appear 5 times.
As the winning odds of any of the numbers do not change at all, the odds of winning as well as losing are always 50 percent irrespective of whether you dump them constantly or in a random manner turn them on and off.
For example, if you bet on the number 6 with six dollars or number eight with twelve dollars, then after assumption of perfect distribution, the number 6 will come 5 times in the 36 rolls you win thirty five dollars. If the number eight appears 5 times in the 36 rolls, then too you win 35$. So, in the 36 rolls you can possibly win $70 by betting on 6 and an 8 for $6.
If your place bet is on 6 or an 8 for $6, then the ratio for place odds becomes 7:6. So, for each $6 you win one dollar extra i.e. $ 7. So, if you get the place number five times, then it is 7X5 = $35.
If seven appears six times in the 36 rolls, then you will lose $72. I mean, for number 6 and 8, $6 each; so $6+$6=$12 X 6 equals to $72. So, there is a negative expectation with the system, i.e. for all the 36 rolls you gain $70 but lose $72. So, in all you lose two dollars for all the 36 rolls.
There is actually nothing wrong with this system. It is a good system from the point of view of the gamblers, as it has a low house edge is you place 8 and 6 number bets. It is not a good system for a long run. Statistically it is impossible in the long run.
So, you must question yourself whether the system depends on a wrong notion of the writer. If the statistic says that the player will suffer a loss in the long run, then it is surely the writers and gamblers fallacy. Keep in mind that you have to play smart and act wisely.
Please don't fall in the prey of such kinds of bogus winning systems or such crazy schemes of dice setting. After all these fallacies, you now know how to play the craps game in the right manner.