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Re: Need calculation for earning casino 1% comission

In craps there's something called the "Iron Cross" , or otherwise known as the Mensa (you know, those smart people) method, or otherwise known as "Anything but Seven", where it appears to calculate out to about a 1.01% to 1.21% advantage for the House, per roll, depending on how the house pays out on a couple of the field bets, such as the 2 or the 12.   This appears to be confirmed by the WizardOfOdds guy. 

See a discussion here at the Wizard Of Vegas site (not to be confused with Wizard of Odds guy):

https://wizardofvegas.com/forum/gambling/craps/13766-any-input-on-this-field-strategy/4/

There is still some debate about all of this however, as it relies on the field bet which is normally about 2.78 for the house.  Don't know where there would be a debate as it is simple math. Can't people do math? It may have something to do with the PER ROLL house edge on 6 and 8 is really more like .46%, rather than the 1.52% RESOLVED house edge, i discrimination pointed out by the WizardOfOdds guy.   

 Anyway, you can see how some of the math his done by some people in the thread linked above.

Maybe you can research it and report back here how this can be true, if it is. 

Btw, theres someone out there on another forum who reports using this, PLUS psychic premonition (intuition) to let him know when a seven is coming up...much like the premonition reported about in this forum.   Having posted some of his results, yah, it looks like his intuition method, combined with "Anything but seven" method works out well above statistical probabilities.



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