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He rolled one and one-half hours!25 August 2012
I play but just the basics of craps. No crazy bets. I played my first ever craps game at the Rivera in Las Vegas. I didn't know much other than to play the come out roll, odds with it and only two numbers with odds.
One dealer could tell i did not know much and helped but also made the comment, "You play safe and by the rules." Anyway, I started with 200 dollars and was down to about 50 on five dollar bets only with odds. I was a little discouraged, being the first visit ever, but your book "Casino Craps: Shoot to Win!" said there were ebbs and tides so I continued on.
It was my third time to roll.
The table did not have many players but something strange happened. I can't tell you how many rolls I had or how many points I made. I guess the only measure you would have is the stickman that was across from me worked his way around the table to all his respective spots, went on break and came back. Asked me in somewhat disbelief if this was the same roll and moved two more positions before I sevened out. By then you can guess the table was packed and more like a football game. It was without a doubt the most thrill and fun I have ever had in a casino.
Yes, sir, I would like the free 60-day subscription that you offer your readers to your private website at www.goldentouchcraps.com.
Sounds as if you rolled for over one and one-half hours. Now that is some roll! I hope every time you play you can have rolls such as that.
I am happy to give you a free subscription to my private website. You'll learn a lot about craps and other games. We have five thousand members. Feel free to post your ideas and questions. Some of the best dice controllers in the world are on that website. I think you will find the discussions to be intelligent and fun.
You'll get another e-mail with your user name and password. These can be changed. If you don't see that email check your spam file. Let me know you got on!
All the best in and out of the casinos!
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