I think the art of quick setting into your preferred set is a vastly overlooked skill in the DI world, yet is one of the easiest to master, IMO. You don't even need to be at a table or in a formal practice session to practice quick setting and improving this aspect of your game.heavy wrote: ↑Mon Jun 05, 2023 9:26 pmSetting the dices shouldn't take more than 3 seconds IMHO. Maybe 4 if you get short-sticked. Set, gripped and ready to shoot in 5 seconds. Aim, focus and breath - another 4 to four seconds, then dice in the air by 8 seconds unless there's a distraction at the other end of the table.
The forum name says it all. You're new to the game of craps and don't have a clue where to begin. Pass Line. Don't Pass. Come. Don't Come. Hardways. Big Six. Big Eight. The Horn. Good Grief! Sounds like back when you were trying to make a decision about what to do in the back seat on that first car date. Well never fear! There are a few folks around here who have spent enough time at the tables to be able to answer just about any question you may have. So step right up and get a clue!