|Rating: 5 A craps collection
A lot of good ideas in this inexpensive book, I especially liked the material on charting.
|Rating: 5 A good, short book on the way things really work!
I learned a lot about the technical aspects of craps from this game. For example he explains all about place bets and how sometimes two pace bet wins are more profitable than fuve wins - unbeleivable but true, he proves it. I also learned how to chart the table - using both mega charting and Super charting. He shows you the REAL pass line percentage on points AFTER the come out - it is a lot higher than you think! Other than place betting there's not too much systems-wise but this is a valuable book if you want to really know the game and gain confidence in your play.
|Rating: 5 A lot of really good info packed into a short concise book
If you want to "cut the crap" out of your craps this is the book to do it, "Now you can WIN at craps" the book says, and its true. It tells you what the really bad bets are (and why) like PASS AND COME BETS, the bets all the other gambling authors say to make - these are BAD BETS and he tells you exactly why! He tells you the BEST bets (and why) AND taught me how to chart the tables! PLus there is a real interesting chapter on eighteen ways to win but only 6 ways to lose! As I said before a lot of good info is packed into this book - if you want to read something different from the rest, study and apply what he says - and you will cut the crap out of your craps!
|Rating: 5 Cutting the Crap our of Craps
Anyone who is serious about playing craps should read this book. I would especially recommend this book to new players and anyone who has never played before but is considering playing craps. After reading this book, you will know more about craps than 90% of the players. Only 1% of long-term craps players are winners. This book will definitely help to put anyone in that 1% group.
|Rating: 5 Great book if you like place bets
A great book that explains how to combine place bets, super charting and mega charting. If you like place bets you'll love this book, if you like pass and come then forget it.
|Rating: 5 Great Book!!
Things i never new about craps...I have been playing for years but this book gave me the edge i never had.....!
|Rating: 5 I learned how to cut the crap out my craps, you can too!
There are a lot of things packed into this little book and it took me several reads to get it all, like all 26 of Zeke's Secret Techniques. He also goes into great detail about charting the tables, observing pre-sets, inside betting, corner shooting, and a lot more. It;s a real bargain for ...!
|Rating: 5 The Seven Killer
We all know how bad the seven can hurt you. The shooter is throwing number after number and your pressing your bets and all of a sudden the dreaded seven rears it's ugly head. In this book Zeke tells you how to avoid the seven. These methods are new and to my knowledge not published anywhere else. You need this book to beat the casino at it's own game. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who plays craps.
|Rating: 1 Worst book ever
Having read several books on craps, I bought this book based on the reviews of other players. My advice would be to save your money for the tables.
The author's book is 80 pages long, but he says nothing of importance. Most of the pages contain very few words, and are mostly white space. He described his method as innovative, but perhaps because I read the book in 15 minutes, I missed it. He says that the pass/don't pass bets are "horrendous wagers" along with odds, come/don't come bets (page 60). Reader, tell me where I am wrong, but isn't the smallest house edge in the game on the pass/don't pass bets? And isn't the best bet in the house the odds on a come or don't come bet, where you receive the true odds on your wager?
You would do well to avoid this book at all costs.