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Would System 40 Work For Craps?


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Greetings, all. I am new here. I am considering a purchase of System 40. I live in southern Nevada, about 70 miles away from Las Vegas, so it would be impractical for me to drive to Vegas frequently to play baccarat. We have three casinos in my small town, none of which has a baccarat table. One of the casinos runs a craps game from 9 AM - midnight every day.

As System 40 was developed for a low vig, even money bet game such as baccarat, I am thinking that System 40 would work for craps as well because the vig on pass and don't pass bets in craps is only slightly higher than the vig on player and banker bets in baccarat.

Would System 40 work for craps?

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Greetings, all. I am new here. I am considering a purchase of System 40. I live in southern Nevada, about 70 miles away from Las Vegas, so it would be impractical for me to drive to Vegas frequently to play baccarat. We have three casinos in my small town, none of which has a baccarat table. One of the casinos runs a craps game from 9 AM - midnight every day.

As System 40 was developed for a low vig, even money bet game such as baccarat, I am thinking that System 40 would work for craps as well because the vig on pass and don't pass bets in craps is only slightly higher than the vig on player and banker bets in baccarat.

Would System 40 work for craps?

I am not a craps expert. But those who are tell me that history applies to craps similar to Baccarat and Roulette in the form of hot and cold tables. It would work just as you say, Pass/ don't pass rather than Player/ Bank.

But 70 miles across the desert is more convenient than what most of us face.

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Greetings, all. I am new here. I am considering a purchase of System 40. I live in southern Nevada, about 70 miles away from Las Vegas, so it would be impractical for me to drive to Vegas frequently to play baccarat. We have three casinos in my small town, none of which has a baccarat table. One of the casinos runs a craps game from 9 AM - midnight every day.

As System 40 was developed for a low vig, even money bet game such as baccarat, I am thinking that System 40 would work for craps as well because the vig on pass and don't pass bets in craps is only slightly higher than the vig on player and banker bets in baccarat.

Would System 40 work for craps?

hi, I dont play craps but use system 40 at roulette, that has the 0/00.

if I can win with roulette I am pretty sure you would do even better at craps pass/dont pass.

I thinks and experienced same kind of trends in all 50/50 kind of game. the main thing with 40,is you always seem to play With the trend, always playing with the odds of what is happening in the game right now. you dont do the same thing all the time,but switch with the game when it switches on you.

when systems tell you to do the same bets all the time, the cards sees you as predictable,when you know the trends are changing, THEY are predictable, and that is how you beat then.

hope that helps,

Rinaldo

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If it works for 0/00 roulette, it will definitely work for Craps, since you get much better odds in craps. But System 40 requires extensive book keeping with a pencil and paper. It will be easier to do this in baccarat and roulette, where you sit down and play. In craps where you stand and play, it will be much more difficult.

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