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Program mdieditor 4.0 by Mr Saliu

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Posted: November 5, 2006, 10:35 am - IP Logged

i want to know if someby use this   program with loto 6/49.

have you good results?

 

cdt

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    Posted: November 5, 2006, 11:39 am - IP Logged

    i want to know if someby use this   program with loto 6/49.

    have you good results?

     

    cdt

    fdjfrance

    I  have looked at his software and it is free so whats not to like.  It is the largest array of software for gambling which includes Lottery, Roulette, etc., tips on gambling and wonderful writings about the philosophy of everything that I have ever seen in one place and it is all free. 

    My only problem is the fact that I have difficulty with the settings on the various filters to really get to the meat of the software.  However, I continue to work on it.  I am not very good at math and the learning curve is steep.

    It is probably me, but I also have difficulty following the logic used to arrive at the filter settings.  Hey, don't get me wrong I am not knocking free lottery software, his is just difficult for me.  However, no one said winning combination prediction is easy.  Mr. Saliu is a realist and he even admits that no one is ever going to win all the time and that it takes work to be successful.

    Fjifrance, if you could give me some pointers as to what to look for after using the statistics module so I can set up the filters I would be grateful.

    To try to answer your question, I have attempted to use his software for the Florida Lotto 6/53 and as I said earlier in this post I still have difficulty recognizing opportunities for filter settings after running the stats module.  I have a very good list of previous draws but am also not sure how many I should set for analysis.  I have attempted to use anywhere from about 100 to 200 but I still have the same problem with the decision on how to set filters.  His filters are different or at least appear to be different from the normal ones in expensive lottery software.

    I believe his strategy uses the FFG as the core for his software.  He looks at the median occurance of hits and also logicial pairings of numbers and as he puts it uses skips and streaks as a basis for analysis.  I am speaking for myself now, if I could use the software as Mr. Saliu intended I would probably be successful.

    No one can dispute his success in the gambling arena.  When casinos ask you to leave because they think you are winning too much and have a system that is virtually perfect but can not tell what it is because you keep it in your head, you have really done something.  Mr. Saliu does not need to be dishonest he wins by playing fair but smart.

    One more point, I have started attempting to use his DOSS based programs for a lot of stuff, pairings, skips, statistics, etc., they run so much faster than normal windows based stuff that it is mind boggling.  As a for instance, I can generate 1 million combinations of 6/53 in his RNG in less than 2 minutes.  All this is food for thought.  So I keep on rolling.

    Floridian   

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      Posted: November 5, 2006, 12:26 pm - IP Logged

      Hi there,

      You guys need to know that in MDIeditor there are several filters NOT to use. The ION5, ION4, ANY4, and  VER4 are not accurate and generate false readings. For instance, let's say your filtering report says that your last draw had a ION5 number of "382". Well, that 382 is NOT, in fact, the correct number. If you were to wipe out your last draw of winning numbers in your data file, and then generate numbers using 382 as your parameter (keep in mind 382 was the "winning" Ion5 filter number) you would never find your winning set of numbers. The ION5 number shown in your filter statistics is actually a completely different number, ALWAYS. The VER 4 and ANY 4 have a bug in it and are sometimes accurate and sometimes not. The Ion4 can be used but you need to find the "multiplier" of the number. For instance in my 5/52 game if I multiply the ION4 filter by 13 then that is the true filter number.

      All of this can easily be backtested. You simply run filter statistics, write down the values of all the filters, then erase the previous draw from your data file. Then open a blank page and type in the winning lotto numbers and save it as "test" or something. Then filter that winning number using your data file and then purge using the numbers you wrote down. On all the other filters your set of lotto numbers will survive the purge. On the filters above however, they will remove the winning set of lotto numbers.

      His software is great for analyzing skips, avgs, etc... and I do use it, just watch out for those filters! 

      What a wonderful world...

        floridian's avatar - DiscoBallGlowing

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        Posted: November 5, 2006, 12:35 pm - IP Logged

        Hi there,

        You guys need to know that in MDIeditor there are several filters NOT to use. The ION5, ION4, ANY4, and  VER4 are not accurate and generate false readings. For instance, let's say your filtering report says that your last draw had a ION5 number of "382". Well, that 382 is NOT, in fact, the correct number. If you were to wipe out your last draw of winning numbers in your data file, and then generate numbers using 382 as your parameter (keep in mind 382 was the "winning" Ion5 filter number) you would never find your winning set of numbers. The ION5 number shown in your filter statistics is actually a completely different number, ALWAYS. The VER 4 and ANY 4 have a bug in it and are sometimes accurate and sometimes not. The Ion4 can be used but you need to find the "multiplier" of the number. For instance in my 5/52 game if I multiply the ION4 filter by 13 then that is the true filter number.

        All of this can easily be backtested. You simply run filter statistics, write down the values of all the filters, then erase the previous draw from your data file. Then open a blank page and type in the winning lotto numbers and save it as "test" or something. Then filter that winning number using your data file and then purge using the numbers you wrote down. On all the other filters your set of lotto numbers will survive the purge. On the filters above however, they will remove the winning set of lotto numbers.

        His software is great for analyzing skips, avgs, etc... and I do use it, just watch out for those filters! 

        jokerh1977

        Correct me if I am wrong but did not Mr. Saliu correct most if not all these bugs in the last revision that was dated October 12, 2006?  According to him this was the last and final version and as far as he could determine all the bugs had been corrected including ION 5 for sure and the others also. 

        If this is not the case I appreciate you bringing it to my attention.  I have not worked with software since I downloaded the lastes version.

        Heck I am probably wrong as usual.

         

        Floridian

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          Posted: November 5, 2006, 12:52 pm - IP Logged

          ho ho ho... my bad. I just noticed that he does claim 4.0 fixes the bugs (i Have 3.1 version). Hmmm... I'll download the latest version and test it out now.

          What a wonderful world...

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            Posted: November 5, 2006, 1:11 pm - IP Logged

            I just checked all the filters for pick 5 and... 

            WOW! He finally fixed those errors! (They've been there for years) Hurrah! He even added some pretty useful tools and functions.

            Well, now to throw his filters back into my repetoire! 

             

            P.S. Not sure about pick 6 because I don't play it, but looks promising. 

            What a wonderful world...

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              Posted: November 5, 2006, 2:52 pm - IP Logged

              I just checked all the filters for pick 5 and... 

              WOW! He finally fixed those errors! (They've been there for years) Hurrah! He even added some pretty useful tools and functions.

              Well, now to throw his filters back into my repetoire! 

               

              P.S. Not sure about pick 6 because I don't play it, but looks promising. 

              J:

              Thanks for the response and the testing, it makes me feel more comfortable about the software.  I still have problems recognizing when and how to arm the filters but I am trying to learn.

              I know Mr. Saliu worked very hard correcting the bugs.  It is good to know he was successful.  He does give credit to the many people that post on his bulletin board site for zeroing him in on the location of the problems.

              Floridian

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                Posted: November 5, 2006, 6:41 pm - IP Logged

                Very interesting software but as mentioned before very complexed and sometimes difficult to understand and interpret the results.  Deep stuff!!!!