I have never played craps before live at the casino but have done some research and practiced online. But want to make sure I am playing a basic way that isn't making the house edge bigger than it needs to be. I am looking to play a strategy that is not super aggressive but not super passive either. I don't mind losing a little to give myself a chance to win big on a hot shooter. I am only playing because I am going out to vegas with other craps players so it would be fun to play at a table with them. I am usually a poker, bj and pai gow player so craps has always alluded me. Here is how I will be playing. It will hopefully be a 5.00 min table. Play 5.00 on the pass line. Once a point is made I will put 20.00 on odds to back up my pass line bet and 5.00 on the come. If any number of 4,5,6,8,9,10 rolls I back up that bet with max odds and another 5.00 on come. If I'm running well I will do this until I have 3 numbers with max bets behind it. Until I am up I will probably only do 2 numbers with max odds behind it. From what I understand the max odds plays are 3,4 and 5x's. So 4 and 10 3x's. 5 and 9 4x's, 6 and 8 5x's. Hopefully the way I explained this makes sense. I have never been at an actual table so I don't know common terms. Is this a decent strategy to play. I looked up strategies like the iron cross, 3 moly and others, but this seemed like a semi basic and not a super high risk strategy that can still profit nicely from a hot shooter. Any other suggestions would be nice. I will not follow the play of my friends. They are very bad gamblers and have clue of house edge correct way to play. If you know of any better basic strategies a youtube link on how to play it is easy for me to pick up. Also, we will be there next week, where would be our best options for a 5.00 min table. We have a couple groups at cosmo and a couple at flamingo. So anywhere from linq down to NYNY is fine to play at.