Playing in AC (Caesars/Ballys) last weekend I was VERY successful using the Cleveland Hustle. The craps tables were packed with lines so I went to the bubble craps instead. Strategy: $300 bank roll. Always ON with the come out roll. $100 on the lay 4, and $44 inside. $10 on the hard 4. If a 7 comes out I basically break even plus a few bucks. The ONLY way to lose $110 is a 3/1. Lose some $ as well on the 2/2 hard 4 of course but that's acceptable. On any inside # I reduce the Lay 4 to $50 and hard 4 to $5. Once the come out roll hits an inside #, I reduced to $22 inside. The first roll after a point is made, if another inside # is hit I simply book those profits, repeat $22 inside and remove the Lay 4 bet and remove the hard 4. Now its purely using the casino $. Upon an inside # being hit again I increase that inside # that was hit to either $20 on a 5/9 and $24 on the 6/8. If that same # is hit again after increase I reduce that # back to either $5 on the 5/9 or $6 on the 6/8 and use the profits to place $5 on both the 4 & 10. IT IS NEARLY PERFECT TO MAKE $100-200. BUT, and here is the "rub"....if you get a 3/1 on either the come out or the second roll after an inside # is hit, then those are the ONLY times to lose big $. ISSUE: If I could also HOP the 3/1 for $5 on either of the 2 biggest risky rolls discussed above, that HEDGE would be the ultimate strategy. However, I haven't seen bubble craps allows hop bets! So after playing around 6 hours total using this strategy without a HOP bet, I turned $300 into $800. BUT the last hour I played before I left, I saw several 3/1's come out on the first 2 risky rolls (discussed above) and I gave back $300. If I could have HOPPED the 3/1 this would have been golden! Yes, playing at a table would protect me with the HOP 3/1 but the games are much slower with ridiculous slow piker dice setters and long lines. QUESTION: any suggestions how to play bubble craps for further protection against the 3/1 on the come out and second consequential roll?? Yes, I could bet the FIELD with $50 as a hedge but the FIELD bets suck generally. Appreciate any thoughts :-) Semper Fi.