Not really a trip report, but I visited a local casino last weekend (Ho-Chunk in Baraboo, WI) and got on a mini heater on a craps table. I was down about $450 from previous sessions, and bought in for $300. The guy to the left of me was shooting, so I gave him plenty of room and waited for a new come-out to jump in. The table was packed (they always are up there), but the action was choppy, so the dice moved around pretty quickly. I had about $175 left when the dice came to me. They offer the all-tall-small bonus bet, so I put $2 on each. My first roll was boxcars, so got that one out of the way quickly. I proceeded to get hot and was hitting numbers left and right. Before long, I covered the all tall (8-12) for a $68 payout. Most of the players play the A-T-S, so everyone was pretty happy at that point. I continued hammering the numbers, and had all of the small numbers covered except for the 2 (aces). I threw the dice 5 more times and then had a feeling, so I threw $5 on aces. BANG! Nailed it! The table erupted! So, on that one throw of the dice, I collected $145 on the aces, $68 on the "small" numbers, and $348 on the "all" - $561 in the rack. I threw a couple more numbers before finally sevening-out. I didn't time it, but I'd guess I rolled for about 30 minutes. I colored up just over $1600, so I was $1150 to the good afterwards. Made about $1425 on my roll (plus probably about $50 in tokes). Not bad, not bad at all. I considered heading back home after that, but being somewhat degenerate, I decided to buy into $5 minimum ultimate texas hold'em for $200. After about twenty minutes, I was doing pretty well, having hit a few straights, flushes and full-houses. Then I caught a straight flush (10s-Js in the blind, 8s-9s-Qs on the board ) which paid me $250 on the blind (50-to-1) and $200 on the trips bet (40-to-1), plus $25 for the ante and play bets. After that $475 payout I colored up for $860, for another $660 profit. Then I bolted for the door. $1810 win! Thank you Ho-Chunk tribe!