I thought that might get your attention! Naturally, this doesn't apply to everyone, but after my recent trip, and after two long days at the local joint, I have reaffirmed what I have thought for years: People are stupid! How many craps players talk about, "wishing I could be at the table for a monster roll"? Well, I'm here to tell you, a 'monster' doesn't need to be three hours and 200 rolls long. Sure, that would be great, but most of us will NEVER see one of those. On the other hand, all of us see 20-30 roll hands plenty of times. I have news for you.....those are monsters! Three players IN A ROW had 20+ rolls at Oneida on Sunday afternoon, and the table was full. Only a couple of guys made money!!!! You tell me how that is possible? The guy to my left had this betting pattern: $5 pass line wager. That's it. Don't wait for the rest. I guess if that's the temperment of your game, ok, but you need to find another sport, IMO! Another lady at the end of the table wanted everyone to know she was a savvy craps vet, so she shouted out, "Dollar Yo, Two dollar high/low, hard 8 hopping, and big red", every toss of the dice. Hard to believe she was bust at the end of it all. I few other guys would have a pass/odds and maybe one come bet. Never pressed anything up. Always $5, and nothing more. After these three rollers and two shittty ones, I colored up. I looked around the table and most of the players had maybe a hundred bucks more than the two/three hundred they bought in for. The first of the "Big Three" had a nice rack of greens in front of him, and I made a few bucks myself. I was up a thousand, and that's starting with a $12 6 and 8 on each shooter, and working my way up from there. I had over $500 on the layout each time those three guys 7nd out. (That's the worst part of upping your bets!) So, explain to me.......when do you consider a roll a monster, and more importantly, when do you consider the shooter "on a roll"? At some point, if you plan on making money, money has to be wagered!