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Through out your craps-wagering experience, you’ll likely have more losing sessions than successful times. Accept it. You must understand how to compete in the real world, not in fantasy land. Craps is constructed for the gambler to not win.

Say, after two hours, the ivories have whittled your chips down to twenty dollars. You have not observed a smokin’ hot toss in a long time. Even though not winning is as much a part of craps as being victorious, you can’t help but feel lousy. You wonder why you even bothered coming to las vegas to start with. You were a rock for 2 hours, but it didn’t work. You want to succeed so badly that you fritter away control of your clear thinking. You’re down to your final $20 for the night and you have absolutely no fight left. Leave!

You must never capitulate, never bow out, never believe, "This is aweful, I am going to put the remainder on the Hard 4 and, if I lose, then I will head out. However if I win, I’ll be back where I began." That’s the stupidest thing you can do at the conclusion of a losing day.

If you can’t accept losing, you have no reason to be placing wagers. If you cannot stomach losing a distinct session, then bail out of that game and take your money. Don’t throw your $$$$ away on a terrible bet looking to hit it big and win your $$$$ back all at once.

If it is a horrible game and you are deprived of a lot swiftly, then acknowledge defeat and take your money with the 10 dollars, 15 dollars, or twenty dollars that you have remaining. Take that leftover twenty dollars, have a beverage in the cocktail lounge, listen to the live music. Put it in a nickel video poker game and perhaps get a 1,000-coin jackpot for 50 dollars. Place it in your pocket, locate your significant other, and spend some time with them. Don’t give up. Do something other than piss your cash away on a losing proposition bet. Don’t toss in the towel.

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