Lay it on me peeps; I have been low key trying bubble and organic craps (where I don't have the awkwardness of being a don't bettor) and its a grind bet; but it keeps me in the action (or has done so far). Warm Table Strategy: I play a 3 point molly and I play one hardway on the point if its a 4, 6, 8, 10. If the shooter is HOT, and the point hardway hits, I 1/2 press it up and replace it after the come out roll so real money can be won...(because craps is fun right?!! Theory - the 3 point molly has been mathematically supported in several posts on this board as well as 2 podcasts I listen too, its an excellent beginner bet and easy to keep track of on a busy table. The hardway betting is a little house edgy, but with it being on only one point its a low bankroll and it gets to stay up the entire time until 7 out; by pulling down about 1/2 of a hardway win, So a $10 hard 4 gets 7:1 and you get $70, I'd either put $30-40 back on hard 4 after the next come out roll; again a hot shooter could really ramp up the profits. I also replace the new point hardway if its a hardway-type point 4,6,8,10 etc. So I could potentially have 2 hardways working. Cold Table Strategy: I do this on super cold tables where the group has sevened within the first 6 rolls or when I have a "feeling" things are getting icy. Pass Line Bet then take odds Lay 4, 9, 10 Place 6, 8 (do not lay and place number if one of these is the point) Play the Field for three rolls Start Moving Lay bets one at a time to the come line and take odds Theory..the field takes cancels out any lay loss if one of the lay numbers hits and the lay bets insure you against an early 7 out on a cold table. Yes its the field a house edge bet, but its like a craps check insurance policy too..another house edge bet. The place bets hit all the relevant points, and if you catch a hot shooter, you can still get in after 3 rolls. Other thoughts...Wizard of Odds folks will be nasty to me, but on a small bankroll and a short time at the table can we really even say we are in the high math level of things? Ready to hear the harsh realities. Have at it.