Krakow Poland Member #86302 February 2, 2010 892 Posts Offline

Posted: September 6, 2012, 10:00 am - IP Logged

dr san,

No offence, but as I've already written I have problems with your posts. I'd better read them in Spanish, French, Russian or even Portuguese as I think I would be in a much better position to get what you mean. It' so ambiguous and abstruse that it helps me in no way.

san diego United States Member #68237 December 16, 2008 97 Posts Offline

Posted: September 6, 2012, 11:41 am - IP Logged

Thanks for the tips of just using W-wide open and Blocking of groups. Double check my TG is set correctly. I was able to reduce RFW Temp file from 65 to 18 still retaining the 5 number win.

You don't have to set these filters they are the ones you need to consider when choosing the Groups and by analyzing both you can make better choices.

(BN) - Base Number to Non-Base Number and (NB) Non-Base Number to Base Number both have a Max value of 2 (0, 1, or 2).

There are only 9 ways to set both the (BN) - Base Number to Non-Base Number and (NB) Non-Base Number to Base Number: 00, 10, 01, 11, 12, 21, 02, 20 , 22

Since all 4 of these filters must total 4 then setting a couple of the easy ones will give you a good idea what the others will be.

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 4 then this would be amazing information to the digits setup and would also mean that (DB) Double Base would be set to (0).

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 4 then BB BN NB (Base Number to Base Number Base Number to Non-Base Number Non-Base Number to Base NUmber) will also all be (0).

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 4 then all the 2nd digits will be greater than 3 (4,6,6,7,8,9,0)

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 4 then (DB) Double Base will always = 0

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 4 in the next draw then that means that all the 2nd Digits are going to be above 3 (4,5,6,7,8,9,0) so no way can you have any (DB) Double Base numbers.

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 3 then either 1 of the following BB BN NB (Base Number to Base Number or Base Number to Non-Base Number or Non-Base Number to Base Number) would = 1 meaning that 2 of them have

to hit 0 in the next draw.

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 3 then we know that 1 of the 2nd digits must be a (BD) Base Digit.

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 2 then we know that 1 or 2 (BD) Base Digits 1,2,3 will hit as 2nd digits.

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 2 then we know that we need 3 or 4 numbers 2nd digit is (NB) Non-Base.

If (BN) Base Number to Non-Base Number = 1 then it will help us place our Base and Non-base numbers.

In reverse if (DB) Double Base was thought to be a (0) for the next draw then NN = 4 (Non-Base to Non-Base) so if (DB) Double Base = 0 then BB, BN, and NB all = 0.

Using both filters together to find a common setting just makes sense.

If DB is expected to show greater than > zero then we don't need to consider 4 as a possibility for NN.

If DB (Double Base) = 2 in the next draw then this can help with all 4 of the Base & Non Base filters.

Connections, connections, connections.

Everything in Digit Master is there for a reason of helping pick a value for something else and vice versa.

Two heads are better than one and three are better than two.

When one filters data does not give enough data to make a choice then look at the other filters that are related to it for some help.

You don't have to set these filters they are the ones you need to consider when choosing the Groups and by analyzing both you can make better choices.

(BN) - Base Number to Non-Base Number and (NB) Non-Base Number to Base Number both have a Max value of 2 (0, 1, or 2).

There are only 9 ways to set both the (BN) - Base Number to Non-Base Number and (NB) Non-Base Number to Base Number: 00, 10, 01, 11, 12, 21, 02, 20 , 22

Since all 4 of these filters must total 4 then setting a couple of the easy ones will give you a good idea what the others will be.

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 4 then this would be amazing information to the digits setup and would also mean that (DB) Double Base would be set to (0).

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 4 then BB BN NB (Base Number to Base Number Base Number to Non-Base Number Non-Base Number to Base NUmber) will also all be (0).

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 4 then all the 2nd digits will be greater than 3 (4,6,6,7,8,9,0)

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 4 then (DB) Double Base will always = 0

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 4 in the next draw then that means that all the 2nd Digits are going to be above 3 (4,5,6,7,8,9,0) so no way can you have any (DB) Double Base numbers.

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 3 then either 1 of the following BB BN NB (Base Number to Base Number or Base Number to Non-Base Number or Non-Base Number to Base Number) would = 1 meaning that 2 of them have

to hit 0 in the next draw.

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 3 then we know that 1 of the 2nd digits must be a (BD) Base Digit.

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 2 then we know that 1 or 2 (BD) Base Digits 1,2,3 will hit as 2nd digits.

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 2 then we know that we need 3 or 4 numbers 2nd digit is (NB) Non-Base.

If (BN) Base Number to Non-Base Number = 1 then it will help us place our Base and Non-base numbers.

In reverse if (DB) Double Base was thought to be a (0) for the next draw then NN = 4 (Non-Base to Non-Base) so if (DB) Double Base = 0 then BB, BN, and NB all = 0.

Using both filters together to find a common setting just makes sense.

If DB is expected to show greater than > zero then we don't need to consider 4 as a possibility for NN.

If DB (Double Base) = 2 in the next draw then this can help with all 4 of the Base & Non Base filters.

Connections, connections, connections.

Everything in Digit Master is there for a reason of helping pick a value for something else and vice versa.

Two heads are better than one and three are better than two.

When one filters data does not give enough data to make a choice then look at the other filters that are related to it for some help.

You don't have to set these filters they are the ones you need to consider when choosing the Groups and by analyzing both you can make better choices.

(BN) - Base Number to Non-Base Number and (NB) Non-Base Number to Base Number both have a Max value of 2 (0, 1, or 2).

There are only 9 ways to set both the (BN) - Base Number to Non-Base Number and (NB) Non-Base Number to Base Number: 00, 10, 01, 11, 12, 21, 02, 20 , 22

Since all 4 of these filters must total 4 then setting a couple of the easy ones will give you a good idea what the others will be.

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 4 then this would be amazing information to the digits setup and would also mean that (DB) Double Base would be set to (0).

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 4 then BB BN NB (Base Number to Base Number Base Number to Non-Base Number Non-Base Number to Base NUmber) will also all be (0).

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 4 then all the 2nd digits will be greater than 3 (4,6,6,7,8,9,0)

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 4 then (DB) Double Base will always = 0

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 4 in the next draw then that means that all the 2nd Digits are going to be above 3 (4,5,6,7,8,9,0) so no way can you have any (DB) Double Base numbers.

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 3 then either 1 of the following BB BN NB (Base Number to Base Number or Base Number to Non-Base Number or Non-Base Number to Base Number) would = 1 meaning that 2 of them have

to hit 0 in the next draw.

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 3 then we know that 1 of the 2nd digits must be a (BD) Base Digit.

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 2 then we know that 1 or 2 (BD) Base Digits 1,2,3 will hit as 2nd digits.

If (NN) Non-Base to Non-Base = 2 then we know that we need 3 or 4 numbers 2nd digit is (NB) Non-Base.

If (BN) Base Number to Non-Base Number = 1 then it will help us place our Base and Non-base numbers.

In reverse if (DB) Double Base was thought to be a (0) for the next draw then NN = 4 (Non-Base to Non-Base) so if (DB) Double Base = 0 then BB, BN, and NB all = 0.

Using both filters together to find a common setting just makes sense.

If DB is expected to show greater than > zero then we don't need to consider 4 as a possibility for NN.

If DB (Double Base) = 2 in the next draw then this can help with all 4 of the Base & Non Base filters.

Connections, connections, connections.

Everything in Digit Master is there for a reason of helping pick a value for something else and vice versa.

Two heads are better than one and three are better than two.

When one filters data does not give enough data to make a choice then look at the other filters that are related to it for some help.

Pennsylvania United States Member #2218 September 1, 2003 5396 Posts Online

Posted: September 7, 2012, 10:08 am - IP Logged

Sorry for the late notice.

I did receive filter selections from a handful of pool members. If those who have not sent in their filter selections can send them in by 2PM today (New York) time.

From Denver, Rocky Mountain Empire, United States Member #49750 February 13, 2007 449 Posts Offline

Posted: September 7, 2012, 11:02 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by RL-RANDOMLOGIC on September 7, 2012

did

We are going to do something a little different for friday. If you have your choices then go ahead

and send them but they won't be needed for the next draw. Steve and I are working together on

the setup and I have a couple new tools that I will be using for the groups and digits setups. I am

still testing the programs right now but hope to be finished by early morning. I will then take a break

for several hours before I do the final setup. Every thing is looking good in back test so maybe we will

do well.

RL

RL, I think only you and winsum should work on the setup for the game for the next three draws or so, while the rest of the pool members hone their skills. While I am getting better each day with the groups and digits part, my filter selections are for the most part based on what the "suggestion" button recommends! While it is a good thing to ask pool members to participate in play selection, it doesn't have to be EVERYTIME! If the desired results are not there, then it is ok to try different strategies. Change is good!

In this case, what we have here is "too many cooks spoiling the broth". All this confusing selections sent by pool members is interfering with your thought process and hindering your judgement. I believe, you and winsum should be given at least a chance to work on this thing thoroughly, without interference from other pool members and see if we can get better results. Thanx!

Georgia United States Member #129908 July 1, 2012 208 Posts Offline

Posted: September 7, 2012, 11:22 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by adulane62 on September 7, 2012

RL, I think only you and winsum should work on the setup for the game for the next three draws or so, while the rest of the pool members hone their skills. While I am getting better each day with the groups and digits part, my filter selections are for the most part based on what the "suggestion" button recommends! While it is a good thing to ask pool members to participate in play selection, it doesn't have to be EVERYTIME! If the desired results are not there, then it is ok to try different strategies. Change is good!

In this case, what we have here is "too many cooks spoiling the broth". All this confusing selections sent by pool members is interfering with your thought process and hindering your judgement. I believe, you and winsum should be given at least a chance to work on this thing thoroughly, without interference from other pool members and see if we can get better results. Thanx!

RL and Winsum

I'm in 100% agreement on what adulane62 said. Guys take your time and don't worry about us. It wouldn't hurt my feelings if you didn't ask us to participate in selections for a few months.

MA United States Member #89094 March 30, 2010 245 Posts Offline

Posted: September 7, 2012, 1:57 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by adulane62 on September 7, 2012

RL, I think only you and winsum should work on the setup for the game for the next three draws or so, while the rest of the pool members hone their skills. While I am getting better each day with the groups and digits part, my filter selections are for the most part based on what the "suggestion" button recommends! While it is a good thing to ask pool members to participate in play selection, it doesn't have to be EVERYTIME! If the desired results are not there, then it is ok to try different strategies. Change is good!

In this case, what we have here is "too many cooks spoiling the broth". All this confusing selections sent by pool members is interfering with your thought process and hindering your judgement. I believe, you and winsum should be given at least a chance to work on this thing thoroughly, without interference from other pool members and see if we can get better results. Thanx!

san diego United States Member #68237 December 16, 2008 97 Posts Offline

Posted: September 7, 2012, 2:57 pm - IP Logged

By all means do what you have to do. If the setup and data says "GO" then play. If data is mixed and a "NO-GO" then we just sit and we just do a dry run.