I would like some input on how to approach playing craps. I put the word "strategy" in quotes because I am not looking for a beat-the-house-strategy, I am looking for one that gives me a good chance of walking away a hundred or two or five ahead every so often, and at worst walk away losing $200. I have something that works for me playing blackjack, but I've never played a lot of craps. Last time I went to Vegas I think I played three sessions, which is probably a record for me. I bought a phone app (Aw Craps!) and have come upon something that seems to work for my approach, but would like some input. Here is how it works: 1. I start with $200. I play until it's gone, or until I crap out and am up at least $100. This is my basic blackjack approach too. 2. I assume that most of the tables I am interested in playing are going to be $5 min and 3/4/5 odds. I put $5 on the pass line, and put maximum odds on the point ($15 to $25). 3. I also place minimum inside place bets (5 through 9) on everything but the point. I know the odds on 5 and 9 are kind of lame, but I like the fact that placing three or four numbers gives some fun runs of small wins. 4. I start to press when I am $50 up by putting $7 on the pass line and continuing to max the odds bet. At $100 up, I go to $10 on pass, and then increase by $2 or $3 at each $50 increment I am up, continuing to max out the odds. When I am up $150 or more (the point where I am probably assured of winning), I double the place the bets as well. Is there something I am missing? Anything a conservative low-roller like me might consider doing differently or in addition to this? When I am losing and down to my last chips, I tend to throw them on the hard-ways, etc., since I won't have enough for a pass line bet, full odds, and the place bets. I might make a new rule that if I'm down to my last $25 or less, I walk.