# The Perplexity of the Fours and 10s

The 4 and ten offer an admirable nine to five (nine dollars given back for ever five dollars gambled) reward, so if you place five dollars on the two numbers, you’ll acquire nine dollars if either one hits. Of course, if you purchased the same numbers you would win a bit more, but you’ll need to place at least a twenty-five dollar bet on the two ($50 total) to make this make money.

Would you like to know the secrets that craps pros use to profit from $5 wagers on the 4s and 10s?

Let us find out!

What you’ll be watching for is 3 hits on the 4 or 10 to make your money. If the shooter is a good one, you will more than likely make this wager, and this is how you’ll do it.

First, place $5 on both the four and ten. Let us say now the four hits and you win nine dollars. Take the two numbers down and you’ll have $19 in cash ($14 from the four and $5 from the 10). Add a buck to this and place the 4 again for 20 dollars. When you win you get $36 plus your 20 dollars back. Pocket the six dollars and place the four a third instance for 50 dollars. This 3rd hit earns you 90 dollars, and you take it all off the table. You have turned your initial bankroll of five dollars into 90 dollars in just three hits.

Now if the 10 hit 1st you would be betting on that number in place of the four. And, you should bet only if the shooter is qualified to wager on – does he wager big on themselves and look like he’ll be a great shooter? If not, do not wager on them – find a different table or delay for the next shooter.

In 36 sample rolls, you should see 3 fours and 3 tens, for a total of six hits – the same amount as the seven, so selecting an excellent shooter is incredibly imperative. Once you do, this 3 step play will work more often than you think. It’s an amazing way of changing 5 dollars into 90 dollars in a tiny amount of time.

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