At last we come to the good news. Betting with our
systems, there will be times when the money will be
flowing into your rails, when you'll have doubled
your original stake in no time at all.
Above all, the right bettor should remember this single
rule: Leave when the hot roll is over.
Expect only one hot roll per session and leave the
table when it has ended. Take your money and run just
as soon as that shooter has sevened out, after holding
the dice for a half hour or longer. That's really
the best advice I can give a right bettor.
If there's been no single hot roll, but you've been
winning steadily, try to double your original stake.
If you can't seem to get this far ahead, put away
your original stake plus fifty or sixty units, taking
them from the rails and placing them into your pockets.
Play with the rest of your chips. If you keep winning,
keep playing and then remove another fifty or sixty
chips again. Keep doing this until there are no more
chips in the rails or there aren't enough for a complete
betting cycle. Don't reach into your pockets for more
chips once you've salted them away. These are to be
considered untouchable until you're at the cashier's
cage, exchanging them for cold cash, green and crisp.
If you're betting wrong and you're ahead, leave in
the middle of a hot roll when all your bets have been
removed from the layout by repeating numbers. Leave
with some winnings intact, but make sure to leave.
If you're betting wrong and winning, try to double
your money, then either leave or put away your original
stake plus all the rest of your chips except for one
cycle's worth. Play them out. If you lose, leave.
If you win, stick around and keep putting chips into
your pockets until there are no more chips on the
rails or until you don't have enough chips remaining
for a full cycle of betting.
But never, never reach into your pockets for chips,
once they've been placed there from the rails. Simply
leave the table and cash in, and you'll find yourself
a constant winner.
To be a winner, you must leave a winner. Always leave
while ahead, and you can never go wrong.
you limp in and then later in that round must call
a raise, it's fairly easy to call because you already
have one bet committed and you're probably getting
good pot odds. However, when there has been a raise
before the action reaches you, you have to call two
bets cold. The pot odds are worse, so you need a stronger
hand. Most good players won't call two bets cold.
If their hand isn't strong enough to make it three
bets, they'll fold.
This lets you play heads-up against someone who often
doesn't have a strong hand and you'll have position
on him. If your style and reputation is tight-aggressive,
you will get to isolate the loose-aggressive opponent
much more because your re-re-raise will get more respect
than a loose player's re-raise.