Learn how to be a Top Craps Shooter with Precision Shooting
Have you ever wanted to improve your odds of winning at the casinos? Do you feel that you don't throw the numbers you and your table needs to win big? IS your dice control as good as it could be? Let the Dominator help you achieve your goals.
The casinos will ALWAYS try and favor themselves in craps. Take a simple example. The 6 comes up five times for every six times a 7 comes up. The casino gets its edge on a 6 Place bet by paying $7 for every $6 wagered. For a $6 player, the house loses five bets (total loss: $35) but wins six bets (total win: $36). The house wins $1 for every 11 decisions on the 6.
But what if a player can learn how to play craps in a way that changes the game so that the 6 and 7 come up the same number of times, say, six times each? Now the casino loses $42 on the six times the 6 appears, but only wins $36 on the six times the 7 appears. Suddenly the dice controller is in the catbird seat. He has flipped the game in his favor big time!
Practice your Grip
“The most important thing to practice is your grip to become a great craps shooter. Practice your grip continuously, use a mirror to see if your grip is straight, put the dice down then pick them up again.” ~ Dominator
In this 2-minute video, Dominator explains how important it is to practice how you grip the dice. Learn to beat the casinos using physics and math and become an advantage gambler.
How to Practice Dice Control
“Dom’s advice about how long to practice is right on! You don’t want to get repetitive use syndrome; this could stop your shooting forever. Just getting a slight shoulder injury then practicing too long will injure your shooting arm and/or shoulder perhaps forever. Thank you Dominator.” ~ Randy Oh, YouTube
The Eight Physical Elements of Dice Control
Our dice control analysts have isolated eight distinct physical elements for controlled shooting; each one of which must be done with a high level of proficiency for the player to actually gain a real-world casino advantage. The eight elements of Dice Control are as follows:
Table position: Like a hitter in baseball, dice controllers must have their "spot" and "stance" for effective throwing. Where you stand is an individual matter but most dice control experts recommend learning only four positions so that, with practice, you can become proficient from any one of them.
Setting the dice: If a pitcher wants to throw a curve ball, he places the ball just so in his hand, giving him the best chance that the ball will do what he wants it to. The initial dice-set that a shooter uses will, if the throw is dead-on accurate, determine which numbers are most likely to appear.
Pick-up angle: They angle that you use to pick up the dice will determine whether they stay flat against each other, desirable, or tend to split, undesirable.
Grabbing the dice: Coming in with the proper angle will allow a shooter to grab the dice without the dice moving or slipping. Both dice sides must be given equal force or the dice will split.
Gripping the dice: Once you have the dice in your hand, how you grip them, the pressure you exert, how many fingers you utilize, will determine how much control you have over them.
Delivering the dice: How you utilize your fingers, wrist and arm to make a soft, perfectly pitched throw is similar to how a pitcher will use his fingers, wrist and arm to deliver a baseball.
Spin control: How fast the dice spin, how many revolutions they make before hitting the back wall, whether they are mirror images of each other or delayed mirror images will determine the effectiveness of the throw.
Controlling bounce: The harder and higher the dice bounce, the tougher it is to control the outcome. The softer they hit the back wall, the less influence the back wall has on the dice.
Book a Private Dice Control Lesson
See Dom in action as he teaches this person dice control. From stance to arm, hand and finger control, he identifies the small things that will help him to better control his dice throw.
“My third roll, everything came together to give me a nice $1,250 profit. I made the hard 10 three times. Thank you, Dominator, you are a great teacher.”
If you are still struggling with your dice control and want to book Dominator for a private lesson, please get in touch.
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I am always interested in what other so called "experts" on craps have to say, but I look at what they say and do, and what I find is if I use the foundation of knowledge and experience I gained from Dom's books and the GTC classes they are all full or craps – please excuse the pun.
There are dozens of these so call craps experts, but I only know one top expert AND teacher: Dom. An expert knows at least one way to do it right. An expert teacher knows how to do it right and breaks it all down and shows the students how to put it together to fit that student. That's what Dom and GTC did for me.
Sure, I'm an Annapolis grad and could figure out most of this, given time and lots of money, maybe. Experience might be the best teacher, but, good grief, it's a HARD teacher. Why did I go through all that pain and time, jumping from one craps writer to another? I did until I finally found one that could help me?
Give me a good teacher, any day. Dom and the GTC instructors are experts and great teachers. And, with them, it's fun.