How to Use Dice Control to Achieve an Advantage at Casino Craps . Jerry Patterson . January 2002

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How to Use Dice Control to Achieve an Advantage at Casino Craps

by Jerry Patterson

Part 4 of a 5-part Series

Dice Control -- Lesson 4 -- A Visit to the Casino Gambling Web Site

Dice Control

Craps is the only casino game in which the player can create his or her own real edge over the casino.  This is done by learning how to control the dice from the set through the launch and altering the physics of the game -- reducing the chances of the losing 7 occurring during the point cycle, when the shooter is trying to repeat his point number: 4,5,6,8,9,10.

Most of you have read Lessons 1, 2 and 3 of this series for developing a controlled throw. These lessons concerned how to set the dice and how to spot other craps shooters who might possess the ability to control the dice, thus achieving an advantage over the casino.  

If you haven't read Lessons 1, 2, and 3, I suggest reading them now at

I have heard from some of you who have taken these newly developed skills into the casino, were successful in getting an edge, and won some money.

Now to Lesson 4.

At the Casino Gambling Guide, Bill Burton, has spent a considerable amount of time in reviewing PARR, my dice control Home Study Course -- in fact, he took both the PARR Home Study Course and attended the weekend PARR Clinic in Atlantic City in late February.  I will link you to his comments on the course in just a few more paragraphs.

But first, I suggest that when you visit his site you do more than just read his comments about my PARR Course. He provides you with a wealth of information about dice control.  He links you to sites that show you how to set the dice, how to throw the dice, and sites that show you many different dice sets that you can choose from.  

One site actually gives you the plans for building your own miniature craps table so you can practice your controlled throw at home.

If you're not familiar with the game, you will find a lesson on how to play, and even a craps game that you can play where no money changes hands.

He also is chairing a discussion group on dice control.  You can check in and see what others are saying about this hot gambling topic which has been growing in popularity in direct proportion to the sales of Casino Gambling.

All of this information is interesting and, I believe, you will find some of it useful - especially if you plan on learning how to control the dice and achieve an edge over the casino on your own.

Why am I directing you to all this free information on dice control when I'm trying to sell you a course?  Because I believe that the more knowledge you have about the game, the more you will come to appreciate the instruction and value contained in the PARR Course (but you can be the judge of this).

I also believe that the only pathway to achieving the status of a consistent and permanent winner at craps is learning dice control via the PARR Pathway.

And I will discuss more about this PARR Pathway, why it is unique, and how you can start your journey in Lesson 5, which you can read here at AnteUp soon.

In the meantime, enjoy your trip to You will find that Bill Burton is a excellent guide and does an extremely thorough job of delivering useful and timely information.  His main report is on PARR, but be sure to check his many links to other sites mentioned above.

Editor's Note:  For more on dice control, pick up a copy of Jerry Patterson's book – Casino Gambling: A Winner's Guide to Blackjack, Craps, Roulette, Baccarat and Casino Poker.