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## The Perplexity of the 4s … 10s

The four and 10 offer an admirable nine to five (nine dollars returned for ever \$5 bet) reward, so if you place \$5 on both numbers, you will win nine dollars if either one hits. Of course, if you bought the same numbers you would earn a bit more, but you’ll need to place at least a twenty-five dollar wager on the two (\$50 total) to make this make money.

Would you like to know the secrets that craps pros use to make money from 5 dollar wagers on the fours and 10s?

Let us see!

What you will be looking for is 3 hits on the 4 or ten to make your money. If the shooter is a great one, you will most certainly make this wager, and this is how you’ll do it.

First, lay 5 dollars on both the four and ten. Let’s say now the four hits and you earn nine dollars. Take both numbers down and you will have 19 dollars in your hand (14 dollars from the 4 and \$5 from the 10). Add a dollar to this and place the four once more for \$20. When you win you get \$36 along with your 20 dollars back. Cash in the 6 dollars and bet the four a 3rd time for fifty dollars. This third hit wins you 90 dollars, and you pull it all down. You have turned your initial bankroll of \$5 into \$90 in only 3 hits.

Now if the 10 hit 1st you will be betting on that number instead of the 4. And, you must bet only if the shooter is good enough to wager on – does the shooter lay big bets on themselves and look like he will be an excellent shooter? If not, don’t bet on them – find another table or delay for the next tosser.

In 36 demonstration tosses, you should see three fours and three tens, a sum of six hits – the same number as the 7, so choosing a great shooter is very vital. Once you do, this three step process will work more often than you think. It’s a great way of changing \$5 into \$90 in a tiny amount of time.