# 4 hits for 1 point

Normally I will make a \$6 Place Bet on the No. 6 (My favorite Number) You can bet any number you like.

If a six rolls, the win is \$7. I press the bet to \$12 and receive \$1 rebate.

If the 6 rolls again, the win is \$14 + the initial \$12, I add \$4 and press to \$30.

If the 6 rolls again, the win is \$35 + the \$30 bet, I add \$1 and press to \$66.

If the six rolls a 4th time, the win is \$77 + \$66 initial bet – I take down the \$143.

Four rolls of the six in a single point set, perhaps, 2 or three point sets, if the shooter is hot and continues to make his/her point, along the way rolling a series of 6’s, can pay well. The exposure, if you go all the way, is max. \$10 – a net \$133 profit. Most players expose more than that on the Place line or other bets.

Suppose the bettor loses at that strategy 9 of 10 times played (1 win). That single win of \$143 (very good odds) versus \$90 for the number of times (9) loss leaves a leaves an approximate 43% profit in a relatively short period – considering that 10 point sets can be played rather rapidly. If you are fortunate to get a series of hot rolls where the 6 or 8 is hitting constantly, you may be lucky enough to win 2-3 or more of this system strategies. As indicated, there is only a \$10 exposure for a single strategy. I plan on 2 strategy wins of 10 and very often I will proceed to a \$30 press bet and after the 3rd roll of a 6, I will take down at the \$66 level because at this point the 7 is lurking. Many many times I had achieved the \$66 point and was shot down by the 7. The profits could be enormous if one quits at this level because the six rolling 3 times is relatively good.

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