Heavy and Howard’s

Toes in the Water – Ass in the Sand

Biloxi Craps Clinic

October 12 – 14, 2018

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Heavy and Howard “Rock ’n Roller” may have their toes in the water and their asses in the sand they day before our next Biloxi class, but the weekend of October 12 – 14, 2018 they’ll be at the tables for their  SECOND Biloxi Craps Class on the Coast for this year![/b][/center]

Biloxi is, quite frankly, is one of their favorite casino destinations in the United States. Thirteen miles of white sand beaches, fisherman’s wharf, fresh-from-the-Gulf seafood including some of the best shrimp and oysters on the planet, and plenty of that Southern hospitality Mississippi is known for. You’ll find great casinos stretched along the coast offering friendly dealers, liberal odds, automatic Buy bets on outside numbers and easy comps. Toss in an opportunity to learn dice control and cutting-edge betting techniques from two of the best in the business – Heavy and Howard “Rock and Roller” – and you have a recipe for a weekend you’ll never forget.

Join the gang Friday night for our traditional Meet and Greet Get-Together. We’ll hook up at a local sports bar, knock back a few, renew old friendships and make new ones. Afterwards you’ll be on your own to grab dinner, hit the casinos alone or in teams, or just enjoy the “salt life” on Biloxi Beach.

Saturday morning we’ll crank up at the local dealer school. This class will offer laser sharp focus on your toss during the morning session, when attendees will have the opportunity for hands-on coaching from both Heavy and Howard. Both coaches offer slightly different approaches to dice influencing – both with the same objective – getting you the best, most profitable toss ever. We’ll start out with the basics of dice control:

  •  Correct Table Positions – stick left isn’t the only spot in town!
  • Correct Dice Sets and how to get there quickly!
  • Correct Grip for you based on the physical shape of your hand.
  • Correct Toss for you – depending on your physical stature and ability.
  • Focus, Breath Control, and Landing Zone
  • Visualization and the Mental Edge

Each attendee will receive a one-on-one toss analysis and a written toss improvement plan. But don’t just come out for the personal toss instruction. You’ll learn even more by watching Heavy and Howard coach the other attendees. Of course, if you DO get bored you can always hit the dealer school’s third table for an “open” practice session. That’s right – the school we use in the Biloxi market has three full sized craps tables so you’ll have plenty of time to work on your throw before heading to the casinos.

In the afternoon session we’ll move on to alternate tosses – the Yuri Straight-Out toss, the Corner Shot, The Underhand Shot and more.  Then we’ll give you the tools to capitalize on your advantage over the game; betting strategies, money management and discipline. We’ll show you specific strategies that will help you get the money.  Need some help fine-tuning your game? We’ll coach you in a mock session, then end the day with a round-table question and answer time where virtually no question will be off limits.

Saturday’s session is available stand-alone at the following pricing:

Axis Power Craps Alums can sign on for a half-day tune up/hook up session for just $299 – or the full day Saturday for $499.

First-time student tuition is $699 for the full day Saturday – that’s $100 less than our Las Vegas pricing!

In addition to the seminar itself, every attendee receives a Seminar Pack that includes e-copies of Heavy’s Axis Power Craps books and handouts.  But hurry.  Class size is limited and the first six slots are already filled!  .

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Do you have a back-up game to play when you need to take a break from craps?  Sunday morning Heavy will host a separate multi-game betting strategy class as an add on to the Saturday session. This optional class will be limited to just eight students and will cover his Hardball Craps betting system plus additional strategies for “even money” games including craps, mini-bac and roulette. You do NOT have to attend the Saturday class in order to attend the Sunday session, however the class will be more meaningful to you if you have previously attended an Axis Power Craps seminar in the past as much of the material covered is inter-locked.  Games covered include:

  • Advanced Craps
  • Blackjack
  • Baccarat
  • Roulette

The cost of this half-day session is $199 for Alumni students and $299 for new students.

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Alumni “Kids Meal” Deal – includes a half-day tune-up session on Saturday morning and the half-day Betting Strategy class on Sunday morning – just $399.

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Alumni Full Meal Deal: Full Day Session Saturday PLUS Half Day Session Sunday – $599.

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New Student Full Meal Deal: Full Day Session Saturday PLUS Half Day Session Sunday – $799.

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As always, your tuition covers the cost of the seminar itself and all hand-out material. Attendees are on their own for transportation, meals, and accommodations. Remember, these events are intended to be instructional – educational weekends. While many players walk away from these events winners – there is no guarantee that you will win at any casino session. It’s still gambling and you could lose. Don’t gamble with money you cannot afford to lose.

See you in Biloxi October 12 – 14, 2018!

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