Things to Consider before you play Craps for a Living
After a few wins or so in playing craps, you may end up wanting to go professional and have craps for a living. Though there are some professionals who definitely do this already, engaging on this type of decision is definitely not something you can do impulsively especially if you don't want to experience heart-wrenching scenarios in the future due to your unpreparedness. Even professionals in the game also consider it as a very lousy choice for a first job as it definitely isn't fit to pay the bills especially if you're not exceptionally talented in an international-level.
Doing craps for a living also induces whole new different mindset for an individual. When you're playing as a regular wager like others in the table, you may notice that you can give it your all and just enjoy as you roll the dice. This kind of easy-going mindset is sometimes beneficial to your decision-making skills, but once you transition from being a regular player to a professional one who solely relies on the game, you'll certainly be impaired from your easy-going mindset. You'll be burdened with a new kind of stress you've never had before as you will be pressured to win for your living.
Also, the bankroll to start relying on the game solely, will definitely hit over $25000 and if you find out yourself that you're a bit more unskilled than other players, then that sum of money may still be not enough to last. Before deciding whether to rely entirely on craps, it is always important to contemplate all that has happened since you start playing the game and analyze if you really are exceptionally great. Even players who gets lucky for 6-months and totally turns for craps, end up in undesirable scenarios that you definitely wouldn't want to experience yourself.
You should also be good enough to earn about $35 to $50 an hour while playing craps if you ever consider yourself playing it for your living. If not, then it's always recommended to stay with your job. Always remember that before making this decision, think carefully and intricately of whether you can really pay the bills with it.