Money Management in Craps
When you are playing craps, money management is very important. Planning how you use your money is extremely sensible. If you like to play at least two sessions at the craps table a day then sought out the amount of money you are allowed to spend for that session, and don't go back into your pocket if you run out of money and you get on a losing streak.
Don't play down to your last dollar. Always leave the table with a few dollars in your pocket.
Saving some money from a couple of losing sessions will give you something towards another try at the tables. When and if you start a winning streak then always put your stake away and plus put a little extra of your profit on the side.
Discipline is the key here. If you lose, you lose. Don't let anger get the better of you. Sometimes you might feel you have to even the score with the house. Don't! Walk away and try again tomorrow.
Don't feel that because you are only there for a short time on the table that you have to stay longer and continue to play. Those tables are not going anywhere and they will still be there the following day.
To be a success on the table, money management is an integral part of any successful gambling method.
To be proficient at money management you first need to, never play with money you can not afford to lose, or which would cause you financial and emotional discomfort, if you lost it. Playing craps should be a fun and exciting thing to do but it can't be if you are too emotionally involved.
If you can handle the action and control your emotions, then divide your money by fifty and that should be your betting unit. For example; if you have $50 to spend on the table, do not bet more than $1 as your basic unit, with $100, this means $2 bets, $250 you should bet $5 and so forth....
This can be a conservative method, but it will permit you to stay on the craps table for a longer time, and may allow you to catch that one and only hot roll.
If you try to double your money, and you win, then quit while your ahead. That is a good win in craps. Another good time to leave is at the end of a hot roll, if you are a right bettor, because hot rolls don't come around very often.