Synopses & Reviews
This underground classic, the bestselling craps title ever among serious players, is now available to the general public for the first time!
This underground classic, written in no-nonsense language by a craps player for a craps player—not a theorist or mathematician—includes some of the most profitable craps advice ever put into print. You’ll learn professional plays and sane money management strategy, honed from 60 years at the table, from the greatest craps player of all time. You'll learn powerful techniques like finding Qualified Shooters, Converted Come Bets, locking up wins, finding legitimate winning streaks, controlling and protecting your bankroll, and how to make 5 to 10 times more on a hot roll than a weaker bettor starting with the same bets! Grafstein also reveals all the professional plays made at craps—his core moves—21 winning strategies covering both sides of the dice! The new edition of this “Super System” of craps includes 30 professional charts and tables.
This book is written in no-nonsense language by a craps player for a craps playernot a theorist or mathematicianwhich accounts for its legendary status and popularity as an underground classic. Five editions and seventeen printings later, the new updated 2011 edition is better than ever. Sam Grafstein’s winning principles include some of the most profitable advice for winning money at craps ever put to print. Readers learn the betting rules followed by the pro players, how they manage bankrolls to control losses and allow wins to reach monster profit levels, how to avoid falling into the trap of trends and streaks, and most of all, how to acquire the discipline to win real money. Players learn how to find legitimate winning streaks, the key to actually winning, and how to identify the qualified shooter, one of the most powerful winning techniques every published on craps. Forget theory: this is practical and winning craps strategy from a legend. A classic that belongs in every gambler's library.
About the Author
Sam Grafstein, perhaps the most respected craps player ever and a legend in the game, was a crapshooter and crap game operator for more than fifty years.