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You can use same $25 don't-come on a 5/9 point, and place either number for $20. If seven rolls you win $25 and lose $20, giving you $5. If 5/9 rolls, you win $28 and lose $25, which gives you a $3 profit.
Finally, with a $25 don't-come on a 4/10 point, you can place either number for $15. If seven rolls you win $25 and lose $15, giving you a $10 profit. If 4/10 roll, you win $27 and lose $25, which still puts you $2 ahead.
Of course, main disadvantage to all of these don't bets is that you're vulnerable to seven or eleven while you're in don't-come box. You can protect this don't-come bet in a number of ways. The most common is by laying four and/or ten and then removing them when bet is placed. See my articles on don't betting for other methods of protecting your don't-come bet.
Some people do not like "grinding" as they say it is a boring method of playing and does not provide enough monetary reward. But it is a way to make a nice, consistent profit, as well as gather up a lot of good comps, which could even be worth more than your winnings! Give it a try next time you play!
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