I posted this in my introduction, but wanted to leave it here too. I think I have came up with a way to beat craps. I'm here for you to prove me right or wrong. First I'll start with the fact that there's 6 bets that pay 30 to 1 on the craps table; 2, hard 4, hard 6, hard 8, hard 10, and 12. The minimum bet is $15 and the max is $500, since most casino's only pay out $15,000 max on one of these bets. I have a betting strategy that allows me to go AT LEAST 128 rolls betting on any of the above mentioned bets. If I have a team of 5 other players with the same betting strategy, on the other bets, I think we can take $400/hour each on a good day, and lose a little under $15,000 on a bad day. Only one of us should lose that, the rest of the team will make up for that loss though. The odds of that loss is 2.64% per player but the odds of each roll hitting a hard way is 2.77% so I believe we have an edge here. Correct me if I'm wrong. The good news is it has to roll SOMETHING! So when you lose, another team member could win! I watched 100 rolls on YouTube and each of these bets came out at least once, one came up 4 times resulting in a $2,500 profit for the team. You start off betting $15 for 29 rolls then on the 30th roll you bet $20, until you're no longer profiting, then increase by $5, if $5 doesn't get you profiting you have to go up $10 or $20. You do this until you hit $500 per bet and right now I have that at 128 rolls. I know I can get that number up more, but don't want to put too much energy into it if I don't have to. If this works I'd be more than willing to squeeze more rolls before we get to max bet to increase our chances of winning. What do you think?