|Posted: July 28, 2006, 12:15 pm - IP Logged|
Ask Paurths, he might be able to help you out....
That would be a great tool. But defining what a commonality might be the problem, considering everyone's definition could be slightly different.
P.S. I got your PM and the only thing I can say is that I'm in the same boat as you are, and trying to find a stable profiting system that works in the long run.
My definition of commonality if DSUM has 123, 456, 789 and another system has 000, 123, 321 it would put of that the common numbers are 123 straight and 321 boxed.
The point being if DSUM is almost alway getting the boxed or straight number,and if the number is also showing up in another system and that system is fairly reliable then the chances that the common numbers are good go up.