It is much easier to write about wins then losses, which makes the craps roller coaster I’ve been on these past few days easier to write about.
As I mentioned in my last post I went all in and lost, so I had to deposit another €500 into the casino. After avoiding craps for a while, I decided that I was ready to dive back in. I started off playing conservatively, and found myself bored, so I dropped a €100 on the table and won. Next think I knew, I found myself mixing it up between betting aggressively and conservatively. My standard bet went from €10 on the come out roll to €20 and usually another €10 on the point number. If the point number was a 6 or 8 I would also bet on the Hard 6/8 and the Big 6/8, I had mixed results with this.
As my balance grew, so did my balls, and after a big win or two I would bet €100 on the come out roll. Once I played €200 on the come out roll and then €100 more on the point number, which was 9, and then I immediately went ahead and rolled a 7. I had a few bad streaks yesterday, (8/22) I topped out at €1426, and then went in a huge funk rolling bad 7 after bad 7 and I quickly lost around €900. But I stuck with my plan and got back over 1000 and then things started getting nuts, I was losing and then I tried regaining my losses with €100 bets – The aforementioned €300 loss came here – and so I decided to take a break. I had dropped from €1,023 to €484 in a matter of minutes.
In the morning I decided I would give it another shot and see if I could get back on the winning track, and boy did it. I played for about an hour, stayed in control and went from €484 all the way to €1533 – higher than my previous total from yesterday.