May 21, · Well Full Press is singing it's CREUSE-NEWS.EU Yuri grip with your thumb and fingers on the CREUSE-NEWS.EU revs and more speed. Does it work? So I decided to. Dice Control for Casino Craps by Yuri Kononenko and a great selection of similar Used, New and Collectible Books available now at CREUSE-NEWS.EU On Backspin A Roundtable it was in Yuri Kononenko’s book "Dice Control for Casino Craps" that it talks about a "fast" rotation.
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I use the 5 finger top dice grip though, and I think that the Mad Professor has an idea in changing the grip to accommodate the length of the table. Jdice may be correct in his assumption of the 10' table. The Long table must be straightening out my throws, cutting down on velocity, arc, et cetera. Than again, there are those days when absolutely nothing works. The Engineer jdice68 I was just at Mohegan Sun last week and I would swear that the short tables were 12' although I'm not sure. Have you ever made a throw where the dice seem to hit an invisible pothole and just stop dead? This gives the shooter two ways for the five or nine and only two ways for the seven.
A Roundtable Discussion Pablo As a newbie to the ranks of dice setting I have experimented with a number of grips and tosses and noted my practice results. As suggested, I use 2 different colored dice during my practice sessions so I can determine if the dice are staying on axis and if not which die is going off axis. I believe using two different colored dice is essential and should become a part of your practice session.
There has been a lot of talk about the "dead cat bounce", whatever that may be. I have yet to find anyone who has actually thrown a dead cat and observed the bounce. I asked my wife what her interpretation of a "dead cat bounce" would be. She said it would be like a "plop", not much bounce at all. I asked her if she had ever thrown a dead cat and I got that look that indicated the conversation was over. No matter what grip I practice with, when I attempt to achieve a landing that has little bounce, my results are inconsistent.
My latest practice is using the "ideal" grip coupled with a clockwise rotation. The clockwise rotation means that the dice will rotate towards you as you throw them.
I shoot from either end of the table and like Heavy, the longer the table the more rotation. It was only when I included the fast rotation in my throw did I begin to achieve practice results that were consistent. So far my practice record with this combination ideal grip with fast clockwise rotation has been 54 throws before a seven appeared.
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President In the last few years the hot topic at the crap tables has been the subject of dice control or setting the dice. A number of books have been written along with a number of articles published on the Internet. It has been called the blanket roll, the pad roll, and articles have been written about these types of rolls going back to the 's. The shooter is rolling the dice down the table like two wheels having the dice roll down top over bottom and not twist.
This is known as being "on axis. The information that is not very clear is how to set the dice and what sets to use before you roll the dice. There are six major sets for the player to remember, four for the "Do shooter" and two for the "Don't shooter".
After you remember those six sets you can build from there and work off those sets. In both books some of the statements are all most word for word. In Yuri's book he works more with number combinations than calling the sets by a certain name. The key to any set is to give the shooter a higher percentage at rolling a certain number or numbers. Each number or point has a set that is suggested to make that certain number. Unfortunately some of the sets suggested in both the Sharpshooters book and in Frank Scoblete books are incorrect.
When a player looks at any set you must look at ALL of the combinations for that set and know how many ways you can make each number in that set. When the dice stay on axis you are using only four sides instead of all six sides of the dice so you now have 16 combinations 4X4 for each set. Each number 2 through12 will have certain frequently that any number can be rolled.
In Yuri's book he shows each number in each set and the frequently that each number can be rolled. This information is very helpful to the reader and is not included in the other two books. They use names like the hard way or 3V sets. Both books make almost the identical statement but the statement is just not true.
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