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Topic: Dice game demonstration
Message: Posted by: cardima (Jul 8, 2006 03:38PM)
Hello,

I am very interested in con street games and I wanted to add to my gambling routines
[b]dice routine[/b] as played on the street. The version I am familiar with is:
2 dices are rolled in a cup and people can bet on the sum of the dice; under 7, exactly 7, or above 7.

So where can I learn something similar to the game I described?

Thanks.
Message: Posted by: Jaz (Jul 8, 2006 04:20PM)
There are rules for Craps on line.
'Street Craps' rules are easy.
http://www.crapscenter.com/index.php
Message: Posted by: Dave V (Jul 9, 2006 12:28PM)
You might want to check out Gregg Webb's "Making Your Point"

"Making Your Point," is a craps tutorial where the magician wins at EVERY roll as he "teaches" the audience! It can be repeated for the same audience...

http://www.feenx.net/dice.html
Message: Posted by: Bursky (Jul 10, 2006 02:01AM)
Some years ago Nick Trost put out a series of books on gambling routines. One book was just on dice.
Message: Posted by: cardima (Jul 13, 2006 03:37PM)
THANKS TO ALL THE HELPERS
Message: Posted by: Paul Chosse (Jul 16, 2006 10:37PM)
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On 2006-07-10 03:01, Bursky wrote:
Some years ago Nick Trost put out a series of books on gambling routines. One book was just on dice.
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Alan, didn't you do a gambling/dice act at the Castle that had Vernon thinking you were a hustler? I think he missed the money switch, even! Seems to me dice were changing color in mid-air, changed sizes, made whatever point you needed, even ended up mis-spotted! Or was that another Alan Bursky? Inquiring minds want to know...

Best, PSC