your third bet on the come-out would be for
three units. If you win, the next bet would be for two units. Then one
unit. If you win again, stay at one unit until you lose again.
A more interesting system is to bet on
the field, again starting with one unit and increasing your bets by one
unit when you lose. The interesting part here is that you will eventually
win on a 2 or 12 which pays at least double.
The advantage to using these modified
Martingales is that you will be ahead, eventually, instead of breaking
even. If, for example, your unit is $10 and you lose your first four bets,
you will be down $100 ($10 + $20 + $30 + $40). Your fifth bet will be for
$50, and if you win, you are now down only $50. If you win the next four
bets, ($10 + $20 + $30 +40) you ll be ahead by $50! And if you are betting
on the field and happen to hit a 2 or 12, you will be even more ahead!
If you are betting on the field, try
waiting until a seven rolls and a point is established before you start
betting. Then, make bets for the next four rolls only, or if the point is
made. Then, wait for another seven and come-out, and start betting where
you left off.
Try these systems out first online at a
free site. (http://TheCrapShooter.com has a FREE craps game.) See how
well they work! Then go to a casino with low table limits and try betting
$1 units. When you win $20, increase your unit to $5. When you win $50,
increase your bet to $10 and really make some money!
Pssst...! Now you know the secrets of
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