The discussion revolves around the concept of finding the best set for dice controllers in craps. It addresses the question of whether the “hardway set” is the most effective choice, emphasizing the variability in individuals’ grips and tosses and their impact on dice outcomes. The hard way set is recommended not for being more forgiving or the best but for its practicality in diagnosing tossing issues during practice sessions.
The video illustrates how observing the landing of dice, such as detecting a six or one, aids in diagnosing specific problems like throwing the dice off-axis. The use of different colored dice helps pinpoint grip issues on each side. To determine the best set for an individual, tools like bone tracker are suggested, emphasizing the need to track a substantial number of practice tosses.
The ultimate goal is to reverse engineer a customized dice set based on the player’s unique grip and toss style. The importance of consistent practice and accumulating a significant baseline of tosses to refine the player’s technique is underscored.