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He plays craps five days a week, averages around 10 sessions per week, and claims to win 70 to 80 percent of the time. Among card counters, there is a term called Wonging, which is the act of wandering from blackjack table to blackjack table, counting cards and looking for a high count, and jumping in to start betting. Then we all make some money and call it a night. We all know that, long-term, nobody beats craps unless he's cheating. You want to have a nice clear runway so that no chips get in the way of your dice. Frank Scoblete acknowledges that only 50 or so people in the world can consistently make money at craps. You are more likely to win than to lose when I am shooting. To find out, the ever-curious Wong took a couple of dice-throwing classes. Gambling at a casino game that he cannot possibly beat is anathema to Wong. Over a sushi dinner, he explains that he stopped shooting at the Horseshoe because his arm began to tire. Over a five-month period, he estimates that he threw 5, practice rolls. Even Beau Parker, who teaches dice throwing and tutored Wong in the game's fine points, makes no effort to conceal the fact that he is an advantage player when it comes to craps. The stickman answers in the negative, but after a series of lousy rolls, Wong has good reason to believe that the guy is either lying or misinformed. It's a little like watching a Major League Baseball pitcher warming up. Not quite hitting the 21 mark that he made earlier in the day, but it's perfectly respectable. Two players stand between him and Beau Parker, who heads to the bathroom as one of them gets the dice and promptly sevens out prior to Parker returning to the table.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} It was always more an issue of whether or not I could do it. As with Wong, the dice leave his hand in tandem, fly through the air alongside each other, hit the felt almost simultaneously and enjoy a delicate bounce and roll. After giving me a quick tutorial on throwing, Parker says, "The object is to have the dice roll off your fingers and land as flat as possible on the felt. He bet several of them that it is possible to consistently throw better than random. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Just prior to departing for Las Vegas, I receive the following e-mail: Bring some money for betting at craps! By the time Wong steps back from the table, I've made a few hundred painless dollars. She took the dice in her hand, circled them over the felt, and threw in such a way that her dice died at the wall. Pablo takes his favorite position at the head of the table. This proves to be a pretty sweet setup for Wong. You can have an edge on some bets, but if you make enough bad bets"—anything beyond a pass-line wager, taking odds, betting on particular numbers being hit before a 7 comes up—"overall you will make no money. He's had success at card counting and sports betting, he's written numerous books on both subjects, and he is known for being completely levelheaded and on the square. Even if one accepts the premise that precision dice throwing is possible, it is certainly difficult to master, and most people won't put in the necessary practice time required to do it well. Wong stands to the stickman's left, the same position that served him well the night before. Yes, I decided to bet with my own money rather than his. Slowly but surely, money lost at the Fremont is more than compensated for at the Horseshoe. While Wong was hitting his numbers, the croupier smiled, joked with the gamblers and divvied out chips. But, he says, the physical act of throwing dice is only half the equation. Also, because the dice move around the table, you can lose money on other people while waiting for the dice to come back to you. It's a pit game, run by the casinos, designed to provide excitement for gamblers just as surely as it is devised to take away their money. After a cup of coffee and a bit more chatting and shooting, it's agreed that we will head downtown, meet Wong at the Las Vegas Club, and play some craps. One reason why savvy craps players don't get hustled away from the tables is because casinos doubt that precision dice throwing is truly effective. It's not quite 1 o'clock on a Wednesday afternoon, so the casino is fairly empty when the four of us wander over to a table trying to look like a quartet of strangers. We begin inauspiciously at the Fremont, a mid-level joint downtown. Team play among the dice-throwing elite is common, and Scoblete will often go out with 11 other accomplished dice throwers. Four will be selected to shoot and eight will stand in backup position, betting but ready to slip in should one of the original throwers go sour. At the end of football season, I am going to be actively looking for a craps table that I can rent and learn on. I, on the other hand, watched people and learned that some of them can have an influence over dice. Wong's done better because he's bet more. His style is such that he couldn't be low-profile if he wanted to be, and the man clearly thrives on the attention he gets from teaching. What made this e-mail interesting was its source: Stanford Wong. Parker settles in at the right of the stickman. It's the sort of thing that a card counter could never dream of doing. It's very similar to learning to hit a golf ball. Parker, a well-to-do former contractor, has white hair and an effusive personality. In the process, Wong became pretty stoked about the whole thing. Now, after watching him, I'm convinced that I can. Back in Vegas, the hope is that Wong can have that quick moneymaking run before we call it a night. I stand next to Wong. His name is even part of the advantage player's lexicon. Another is that casinos apparently make plenty of money from bad bettors and ongoing action generated by the good shooters. Dissect the odds and you will see they are hopelessly tilted against you. But they were sitting around and doing no research and relying on their past perceptions. The pseudonymous Wong he's not Chinese, but he did go to Stanford is one of the most respected guys in gambling. Pablo's first to get the dice, and he enjoys a profitable roll. Such a prospect would repulse him and might very well leave him feeling physically ill. It's a beautiful thing to watch him in action. You'll lose way less if you devote your time to playing basic-strategy blackjack. His first encounter with a legitimate dice influencer—that is, someone who beats craps without cheating or sliding dice—is a guy Scoblete calls The Captain. He has discovered a way to influence the dice—nobody can totally control those bouncing squares—to limit the number of 7s that he hits which, for pass-line players, is a losing roll, once a dice thrower has established his point. I'll let you bet with my money if you don't want to risk your own, but if you use my money then everything you win or lose belongs to me. Wong, lanky and gray-haired, looking like the world's biggest tourist in khaki shorts and a floppy hat, approaches the stickman at a Fremont craps table and asks whether the all-but-shiny felt is new. Wong overcame his lack of natural athleticism by endlessly shooting dice onto his bed's mattress, getting the throwing motion down and thus gaining a sense of how it should feel when the dice leave his fingers. When enough friends and acquaintances doubted the viability of it, Wong decided to put his money where his mouth is. He was a New York-based real estate tycoon with a penchant for gambling who traveled to Atlantic City in the late s. We pack up, cash out depleted chip stacks, and head across the street to Binion's Horseshoe, where there is no mistaking at least one felt as anything but old and worn out—which, of course, means it won't be so springy. I got to choose the casino"—Wong prefers old felts, which tend to be less springy than the newer ones—"and I scheduled the challenge for a time when I knew that Little Joe would be in town. You hit the wall with both dice, and they should come to rest in a reasonably tight area. The other was with an outfit known as Golden Touch Craps. An older dude with sharp features and nasty-looking eyes sprays chips across the felt and points to Wong, continually insisting, "That guy is the best shooter in this joint. Initially skeptical, Wong is now a true believer. Nevertheless, gamblers keep coming to classes like the one that Beau "Dice Coach" Parker holds at home in his Las Vegas living room, where a regulation-size craps table is the centerpiece. In rolls, if you were to simply toss dice without a plan or training, statistically you should hit Based on the way things were going for him, Wong believed that he could get that number down to 76, thus giving him a 1 to 3 percent advantage over the casino. If you understand anything about craps, your reaction to a suggestion like this should be something along the lines of yeah, right. Considering that 1, or so people have been trained in the art of dice throwing, the statement is telling. Through a series of coincidences, Wong claims to have stumbled across gambling's equivalent of Sasquatch: craps players who have actually devised ways to beat the game. The idea is for him to show me that his approach to the game really works, and if I win some money in the process, all the better. In both instances, Wong spent hours being tutored on the fine points of setting dice to increase the likelihood of certain numbers coming up once the dice hit the felt , holding dice gently and throwing dice so they pretty much leave your fingers of their own volition. But I'm a lousy golfer. For anyone who knows anything about Wong, that is heady stuff. The other part of it is about getting your bets down, managing your bankroll and wagering with intelligence that is, staying away from sucker bets, such as the one in which you predict a particular number will come up on a single roll. Pablo manages to hit 21 numbers before throwing a 7. Mathematically, by the way, his 1 to 3 percent advantage is the same as what card counters and sports bettors require for steady profits, and most of Wong's gambling friends thought it sounded too good to be true. You want the dice to travel with an axis of rotation parallel to the table. Over the next two hours, he throws long strings of numbers without crapping out—which does not go unnoticed by patrons around the table, who have a habit of ratcheting up their bets every time the dice come to Wong. You want to be parallel to the surface and land the dice four to six inches from the back wall. Wong says he insisted to those who were going against him that they were making bad bets, and he expresses no surprise at having won. He related as much to friends in the gambling world and colleagues at his book publishing company, Pi Yee Press. The strange thing about advantage rolling—especially strange for a veteran card counter like Wong—is that the casinos don't seem to mind. So, what's with the e-mail? One person who would not be the least bit surprised about Stanford Wong's and Little Joe's abilities to defy expectations is Frank Scoblete. One was with Beau Parker, who calls himself the Dice Coach. Then, when the dice hit the felt, they will hit on a corner.