# Plugging holes in the 6,7,8 “Can’t Lose” Craps Strategy

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One of the biggest holes in the 6,7,8 “Can’t Lose” strategy is the come out 7. In this video I try to plug that hole by shifting the risk from the six ways to roll the 7 to the three ways to roll a 4. There are still some holes I am looking to plug please post any suggestions in the comments below.

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## 10 thoughts on “Plugging holes in the 6,7,8 “Can’t Lose” Craps Strategy”

1. Waylon's Way Craps says:

Something's not right here brother! You should've won twice this much! You only lost the don't pass one time and you won it back! You hit a ton of 56&8s for 21\$ winners!

2. e1369e says:

I'd cover the 11, if your winning, it takes 1 hit on the 11to make the hedge worthwhile

3. KJM says:

Go back and look at your starting bankroll, it was only about \$250

4. DiceDegen says:

Great Video Mike! Liking this Lay 4 tweak.

5. Chuckin Dice says:

I like the idea of Laying the 4. But it always burns me. Other than that, I do love this overall strategy. I play it often without the Lay 4. Maybe it’s time to revisit the Lay 4 component and give it another whirl.

6. danntanna357 says:

Thanks Mike.Peace

7. Rephael Rosenberg says:

To limit risk would it work to start with a DP \$15 bet and \$30 lay 4? If the point hits then you put \$30 in odds on the DP so you have the \$40 on the DP and then \$18 each in the 6 and 8. And if you want maybe only play the odds on the DP if the point is 4 or 10. The only down side is if a craps hits but you also protect from a big hit on the 4 and a hit on the 11.

8. Ferb444 says:

Just a comment. If you’re point is 5 or 9, and you hit 6&8 twice, quickly, I put \$35 on the point to cover my DP bet.

9. Robert Patterson says:

Great video!!!: Only thing I would add Is press my 6&8 to 30 bucks each and also maybe remove my DC after 3 wins or place the number for the same amount.
reason if its a good roll going on I would then start placing the other numbers for 10 dollars each from the 35 I get off the 6&8 racking 25 making.
this is probably a whole different strategy .

10. Raymond Neubert jr. says:

Would you consider this a good strategy for say a beginner craps player?