World record set in AC
So when Pat DeMauro stepped to the craps table at Borgata Casino in Atlantic City on May 23, she had no idea that she would do the gambling equivalent of walking on water -- and this in only her second turn with the dice in her life.
After four hours and 18 minutes of rolling those bones, Pat DeMauro hit 154 numbers before sevening out. Now hold your breath because her accomplishment, according to mathematics professor Stewart Ethier editor of Optimal Play: Mathematical Studies of Games and Gambling, was one in 5.59 billion. Make sure you spell that one in 5.59 B-I-L-L-I-O-N.
Pat beat the two all-time craps records of the last 70 years (records that we know about anyway) -- Stanley Fujitake's formerly longest roll of three hours six minutes (118 numbers) in 1989 and the Captain's roll of 147 numbers in 2005. Think of the billions of craps rolls during that 70-year period and what Pat DeMauro accomplished boggles the mind and the math.
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