Learn to Play Craps - Tips and Strategies: Attitude
Be smart, play smart, learn the right way to play craps!
If you gamble, chances are you'll lose. No ifs, ands, or buts. You must understand and accept that fact. How do you think the Vegas casinos paid for all their fancy stuff? Of course! By taking money from all the millions of losers who flock to Vegas each year. You must treat craps as just another form of entertainment. Instead of paying 0 for a nice dinner and show, you pay 0 for a few hours of fun and excitement at the craps table. If you get lucky and walk away with some of your 0 still in your pocket, then that's icing on the cake.
You must never walk up to a craps table expecting to win. You can be positive, have discipline, play smart, and hope to win, but you must not expect to win. No matter how hard you hope, you must always keep in the back of mind that the game is designed for you to lose. Don't take it so seriously that it's no longer fun. If you happen to walk away having won a few bucks, then your vacation was that much sweeter.
I don't believe in all the psycho-babble mumbo-jumbo about how positive expectations can affect the outcome of your play. None of that mojo is going to make the dice land any differently than how they want to land. Yes, it's important to maintain discipline, play smart, and be positive, but you must remain in reality. Reality is that the game is designed to beat you, no matter how hard you wish or expect to win. Any mind meld that you hope to make with the dice through positive mojo isn't going to help. The reason for maintaining a positive attitude isn't to affect the outcome of your play; it's to help ensure you have fun.
Have discipline, play smart, and most importantly have fun. Otherwise, you'll ruin your vacation by getting mad because you couldn't beat a game that you were never supposed to beat.
If you don't want to lose your shirt, you must learn the secret to craps. Don't fall for bogus winning systems or ridiculous dice-setting claims. Be smart. Play smart. Learn the secret to craps.
Now you know! Remember, learn the right way to play craps.
About the Author: Bill Enslen is a reliability engineer who routinely works with statistics. Having played and analyzed craps for 25 years, he has compiled his winning secrets in a new eBook, which you can sample at http://www.learnthesecrettocraps.com/. Be smart, play smart, and learn craps the right way.