Greetings Craps players. I have been an avid Roulette player up until recently. I have a few threads on the Roulette Forum and have introduced a betting strategy there that many have said they are having pretty good luck with. In my original Thread titled "Red/Black Pattern Betting", I explained how I use the red and black patterns to determine my next bet along with a 7 step Martingale betting progression. To this day I am still having pretty good luck with the strategy applied to Roulette. However, out of curiosity, I applied the same strategy to Craps using the Pass and Don't Pass lines as though they represented the Red and Black in Roulette. I noticed that they also produce patterns exactly like the Red and Black do in Roulette. However, the big, big difference is in Craps there are no Zeros to interrupt and throw off the continuation of an ongoing pattern. I am showing twice as good of results with my strategy applied to Craps rather than Roulette. Bottom line, screw Roulette and its even chance bets. Craps offers a much better chance with this strategy. This strategy requires a 7 step Martingale betting progression. Yeah, I know, the Martingale is foolish and has been said to be a real loser over time. However, I am posting my strategy here for free. Like I said, it's worth a try. You have nothing to lose if you test it on a Craps simulator. I am very open to any questions or suggestions. Craps Betting Strategy. By David Gregory Bankroll Required - 384 Units. Note: This allows for the 7 step Martingale to lose 3 times in a row before bankrupt. If this happens, then one of two things, you are one of the most unlucky people around or this strategy really sucks. A 7 step Martingale betting progression is used. Session Wins: Play each session to a win of 64 units. That equals 1/2 of a complete 7 step Marty failing. In other words, you only need to win two sessions to recoup the Marty crash and burn. But this isn't always the case. Sometimes you may be ahead by quite a few units before the Marty fails. Instructions: Observe and write down the last 10 decisions made by the dice. P=Pass, D=Don't Pass Example: PPDPDDDPDPD Starting from the left of the pattern which is P (Pass), bet the opposite, the Don't Pass line. After you place a bet and a decision is made, you write down the latest decision to the right and cross out the one you just bet on. As an example I will show below the decisions in bold type and those crossed out in regular type. To the left of the pattern is underlined what line is to bet but bet opposite. To the right of the pattern is underlined what the last decision was. Bet #1. Bet 1 unit on Don't Pass PPDPDDDPDPD The decision is Pass. You Lose. Add that decision to the right and cross out the left. PPDPDDDPDPDP Bet #2. Bet 2 units on Don't Pass PPDPDDDPDPDP The Decision is Pass. You Lose. Add that decision to the right and cross out the left. PPDPDDDPDPDPP Bet #3. Bet 4 units on Pass. PPDPDDDPDPDPP The Decision is Don't Pass. You Lose. Add that decision to the right and cross out the left. PPDPDDDPDPDPPD Bet #4, Bet 8 units on Don't Pass PPDPDDDPDPDPPD The decision is Don't Pass. You win. Add that decision to the right and cross out the left. PPDPDDDPDPDPPDD Bet #5 Start over with a 1 unit bet on Pass. PPDPDDDPDPDPPDD. And so on until 64 units ahead or you lose the 7 step Martingale. Note: If you place a bet on the Don't Pass Line and the come out roll is 12, your money is returned. You neither win or lose. Replace your bet back on the Don't Pass line. In Summary, you will always be betting the opposite of the 10th decision back, and when a new decision is made you write it to the left. The real advantage here is you never have to fear a Zero coming up. The only fear is a pattern of 7 repeating from 10 decisions back.