Hedge and Regress for the Win | Craps Strategy

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Hedge and Regress for the Win is the latest Dice Advice Craps Strategy. This Hedge strategy starts with a $30 Don’t Pass bet, if you can get past the come out roll, you then place $56 on the inside numbers, heavy on the 6 and 8, or 3 units on the 6/8 with 2 units on the 5/9. The strategy calls for 3 hits on the inside numbers at which time you regress the 6/8 to $12 each and remove the bets on the 5 and 9. Hopefully you can hit the 6 and/or 8 a few more times before the 7 shows and you win the don’t pass bet.

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10 thoughts on “Hedge and Regress for the Win | Craps Strategy

  1. A bet on the dark side is not a bet against yourself. It is as all craps bets are, a bet on what you think the next roll would be.

    I for one love a dark side bet, albeit mixed in with a light side bet or series of light side bets. It promotes a sense of balance. A seven is a given more often than not, and a seven out always comes at some point. Why not make at least one bet that is going to make some money off of it?

  2. Does the CO roll count as a hit towards your 3 hits , if you roll 1-1 or 1-2 on the CO with the DP bet in this strategy?

  3. You can do a similar strategy with iron cross instead of full inside numbers. Go 51 inside 5,6,8 (15,18,18) and put 10 in the field. Put 30 on the don't pass. When you make some bank you can put $30 on the point which has an effect of a hedge win. You will win $11 on rolls of 5,6,8, $10 or $20 in the field on 2,3,4,9,10,11,12. If you hit the point with an unlucky roll you win either $10, or $11 and lose $30 on the out. If you hit a 7 you lose $61 and win $30 with a net loss of $31. If you had a decent roll you will make some bank and you can pull down all bets and put $30 on the point. If the point was a 10 for instance, if you hit a 7 it's a net loss of $0. If you hit the 10 on a buy you win $60 on the tail end. Rinse and repeat.

  4. I have a strategy that really takes knowledge i learned from your advice and my own tinkering. Its a combination of 2 things you have instructed. Do I always win no but I win more than lose. Plus its good for a beginner, low money but a choice to win big. How can I gain contact to explain?

  5. I would like you to roll it out on a video, mixed between 6 and 8 hedge on dont come with a dekayed field martingale.

  6. If you play the don't on the come out roll, you need to play the horn AND the red. Also, press and then collect. Decent strategy.

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