Dominic LoRiggo – The Man Who Mastered the Secrets of Winning at the Craps Table

In the world of gambling craps has always been associated with a purely luck game that depended on a player getting hot or getting on a streak. You see it all the time in the movies and TV shows where a player starts playing craps and gets on a winning streak so big that he would end up playing at the table all day and his friends come back the next day to see that not only has he lost all his original money but has lost all of the money that he has borrowed to keep playing on top of that. It can be a fun game but it could drain your pocket book really quick. Has anyone ever cracked the system to consistently win at the crap table? So far only a few and we will take a look at the incredible feat of one infamous individual.

Dominic LoRiggio was a man who consistently made more money then the casinos that he has played at on its crap table and has earned some great praise by being called the man with the golden arm. Dominic through many years of practice has perfected the technique of getting the rolls that he needs and in his books explain the physics behind dice control and how to get the rolls you want almost every time. He says to get this style done you need to purchase a regulation craps table. He explains in his books and in his dice control seminars that there is a precise mathematical system involved and it takes discipline and focus as well as practice to be able to do this every time. He gets the cream of the crop as far as clients who sign up for his seminars like famous actors and big businessmen. These well known personalities know his reputation as a dice control specialist and if they are able to pass his courses they believe that they can also succeed at the tables. His courses aren’t cheap but in this world you get what you pay for.

He was originally part of a dice control team called Rosebud and were pretty successful at the beginning but Dominic eventually left them because their bets were too low for his taste as he was a very high roller who liked to bet big to win big. He figured that if he could consistently beat the house why not accumulate a large pot in a shorter period of time. I guess that would give him more time to enjoy his life outside the crap tables. The guy is a legend and people come from all over the globe to try to learn his golden secrets of rolling the dice. To call his feat an amazing one is the understatement of the century.