I've been a long time dice player and have been addicted to betting on as many numbers as my bankroll allowed. That has mostly meant single units on the inside with a double odds passline bet. We've had the experience of catching a monster where you've got all these numbers stacked to the ceiling but in truth it never happens enough. That's what got me hooked on the game and betting across so many numbers. Many years later, it's obvious these monsters are elusive and never come around when you need them most. My last trip I tried just betting pass with 5x odds and assumed it wasn't going to be fun. Of course it was choppy and I'd win some and lose some. Surprisingly, having my entire bet spread locked in on one number kept me more entertained than I would have thought. When considering house edge, this is the mathematically sound strategy. Having multiple numbers just exposes you to the same edge on each of those bets. It also lets you hit break even much faster on each shooter since you don't have to rely on multiple hits to cover your initial spread. The obvious downside is that the dice could pound a number you aren't on. I'm heading to Vegas in a couple days and am considering sticking with a single number for my craps play. I'm playing at Main Street with 20x odds. I'm planning on a $200 per session buy in and going $5/25 PL/odds. If this doesn't go well I'll probably drop the odds to $15. Of course I have a pressing strategy that throws caution to the wind. Gotta maintain some level of degen, amirite?