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Posted: June 13, 2013, 10:09 am - IP Logged

Thanks RL for the headsup. Really looking forward to it.

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    Hello rl, can this feature, eg the user defines the position of the highest digit of the pick 3 and
    Pick4, example of the pick 3 = 157 the highest digit is in the 3rd position (7)
    In 1863 pick4 = highest digit is in the second position (8) the highest digit already good
    The system, the user chooses what position will put the highest digit and if it is even or odd

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      Posted: June 13, 2013, 10:46 am - IP Logged

      Hello rl, can this feature, eg the user defines the position of the highest digit of the pick 3 and
      Pick4, example of the pick 3 = 157 the highest digit is in the 3rd position (7)
      In 1863 pick4 = highest digit is in the second position (8) the highest digit already good
      The system, the user chooses what position will put the highest digit and if it is even or odd

      Why, look at this = official result gave the pick4
      6243 = 1st position is the highest digit, then below 6
        We 0,1,2,3,4,5 = 3 by closing the 20 combinations
        Closing by 3 because the digit six already chosen in the 1st position and is
        Even then hitting the highest digit position and you go this rich!

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        Posted: June 13, 2013, 10:50 am - IP Logged

        Hi All

        Looking like it will be late Friday or early morning Saturday when I upload the daily game software.

        It's just about ready as I am finishing up the instructions.  I will create a new topic in the systems

        forum so look for it there.

        RL

        You are AWESOME!!!! RL.  However, I am still patiently waitly and checking your threads as you told me to.  Gooooo!!!!  RL Woof! Woof! Woof!  Oops! sorry got a little excite there and the UGA came out in me.  You are #1 in my book. Also, incase no one has told you lately Thank you for all your hard work. 

        Hyper

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          Ditto waiting with baited breath till Fri. Appreciate all your hard work. Hope others do too. Good luckDrum

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            Posted: June 13, 2013, 11:43 am - IP Logged

            Hello RL:

            Hope all things are well.

            Looks like you out did yourself with this great new pick 3/4 software you developed!  Just saw the video and it looks very promising indeed!

            Also, on a side note am still plugging away with the DMP software on MM and PB.  I am having better luck with MM at the moment.

            Have got a lot of 3's and a couple of 4's in the last 2 months!

            I am able to get a 5/5 most times in under 250 lines but always lose them to the RAC?

            Any ideas on how to better reduce when I get this amount of lines?

            I have tried rt clicking RSG and that seems to work well when I'm under 100 lines.

            Any advice appreciated!

            Thanks again for all your help and hard work!

            M

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              Posted: June 13, 2013, 7:33 pm - IP Logged

              Hello RL:

              Hope all things are well.

              Looks like you out did yourself with this great new pick 3/4 software you developed!  Just saw the video and it looks very promising indeed!

              Also, on a side note am still plugging away with the DMP software on MM and PB.  I am having better luck with MM at the moment.

              Have got a lot of 3's and a couple of 4's in the last 2 months!

              I am able to get a 5/5 most times in under 250 lines but always lose them to the RAC?

              Any ideas on how to better reduce when I get this amount of lines?

              I have tried rt clicking RSG and that seems to work well when I'm under 100 lines.

              Any advice appreciated!

              Thanks again for all your help and hard work!

              M

              I am able to get a 5/5 most times in under 250 lines but always lose them to the RAC?

              My advice is create a pool or find an investor to defray costs.  $250 is peanuts to win $250,000 and the better bet is $500 to win $1,000,000. 

              Jimmy

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                Posted: June 13, 2013, 7:35 pm - IP Logged

                Hi All

                Looking like it will be late Friday or early morning Saturday when I upload the daily game software.

                It's just about ready as I am finishing up the instructions.  I will create a new topic in the systems

                forum so look for it there.

                RL

                Hello RL,

                I look forward to using your software! Thank you for all of your hard work!

                CS

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                  hi rl where is the video meskov said he watched? Looking forward to the pic 3 tomorrow.

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                    Posted: June 13, 2013, 9:45 pm - IP Logged

                    Hello rl, can this feature, eg the user defines the position of the highest digit of the pick 3 and
                    Pick4, example of the pick 3 = 157 the highest digit is in the 3rd position (7)
                    In 1863 pick4 = highest digit is in the second position (8) the highest digit already good
                    The system, the user chooses what position will put the highest digit and if it is even or odd

                    dr san

                     

                    Yes, you have 4 options for pick-3 and 5 options for pick-4.  If you look at the pic you will see a button

                    labled [POS] just under the Digit-9 button.  This lets the user either use the all positions or you can set

                    the digits by position.  You can assign any amount of digits to any position or you can like you mention

                    above set a single digit to hit in any one position.  Each option's settings are also saved so they are not

                    lost when you exit.  I will be working right down to the wire as I am still working on the instructions.

                    RL

                     

                    PS.

                    You can also use more than one digit for each position which makes it function like a string wheel.  For example

                    lets say that you want to play digits 1-4-6 in position 1 then just block all 0-2-3-5-7-8-9 in position 1 and leave

                    digits 1-4-6 wild.  You can do this for as many positions as you wish, you don't have to use them all.   It's very

                    easy to filter down when playing this way.  If playing for a straight hit then use this kind of a setup and don't

                    use the nuke button.  The Nuke button is geared towards a box hit.

                    positions

                    Working on my Ph.D.  "University of hard Knocks"

                    I will consider the opinion that my winnings are a product of chance if you are willing to consider

                    they are not.  Many great discoveries come while searching for something else

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                      Posted: June 13, 2013, 10:25 pm - IP Logged

                      Hello RL:

                      Hope all things are well.

                      Looks like you out did yourself with this great new pick 3/4 software you developed!  Just saw the video and it looks very promising indeed!

                      Also, on a side note am still plugging away with the DMP software on MM and PB.  I am having better luck with MM at the moment.

                      Have got a lot of 3's and a couple of 4's in the last 2 months!

                      I am able to get a 5/5 most times in under 250 lines but always lose them to the RAC?

                      Any ideas on how to better reduce when I get this amount of lines?

                      I have tried rt clicking RSG and that seems to work well when I'm under 100 lines.

                      Any advice appreciated!

                      Thanks again for all your help and hard work!

                      M

                      M

                      Hope you are doing well, sorry, that seems to be the big question.  In all my years of using DM I have only hit a JP

                      one time when I held the tickets in my hand.  I have hit many 4of5's or missed a JP by one setting and think I have

                      figured out why.  There is what I call the "WALL".   What is needed to overcome this is to develop more complex

                      filters. 

                      RAC was never  completed and someday I intend to finish it.  Think of what it is now as a baby fresh from the womb. 

                      The code is so complex it takes dozens of notebooks and flowcharts just to remember where I left off.  By the time I get

                      back to where I was I have such a bad headache I have to quit working on it.   

                       

                      If a person takes the time to really learn how to use the DMP-BG software it's not that hard to trap the 5of5 in

                      what should be considered in lottery terms as a few lines.  Remember we are reducing millions down to a hand full. 

                      Trapping a 5of5 in 10K lines is a amazing feat but unless we can afford that kind of play it doesn't help much.

                       

                      I have switched over to my new Lexi program and use DM as a final filter if needed.  Filters are the killers of JP's

                      IMHO but without them we can't reduce.  I am looking foward to the daily game post as it is much the same as 

                      the lexi program.  Lexies are easier to filter than number-digits but only time will tell.  Selecting the first 3 digits

                      for my 5-39 reduces to 1K lines and the odds for the first 3 are 1 in 575.  That's less than a standard P-3.  The

                      first 4 lexi digits will reduce to 100 lines and that's without filters. 

                       

                      Anyway, keep it up it sounds like you have mastered the big game software.

                      RL

                      Working on my Ph.D.  "University of hard Knocks"

                      I will consider the opinion that my winnings are a product of chance if you are willing to consider

                      they are not.  Many great discoveries come while searching for something else

                      USAF https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prime_Base_Engineer_Emergency_Force

                        US Flag Trump / 2016 & 2020  

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                        Posted: June 13, 2013, 11:13 pm - IP Logged

                        Hello. rl fantastic, very good! this feature of the picture, ie can I use pivot or basis of reference in each position, the highest digit, and also less!! the feature set of digits in each position, it was very good!!
                        Because any fix for lottery numbers hitting the fixed numbers, always have prizes!
                          Very good, you know that repeating a pick3 repeats about 200 sweepstakes
                          So when the system generates the stakes may not have the same last 200 draws
                          And the pair of last 80 draws, example, after choosing the digits by position, the system
                          Generated a bet that is equal to the last 200 draws delete, ie are filters Sweepstakes
                          Earlier, thanks,

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                          dr san

                           

                          Yes, you have 4 options for pick-3 and 5 options for pick-4.  If you look at the pic you will see a button

                          labled [POS] just under the Digit-9 button.  This lets the user either use the all positions or you can set

                          the digits by position.  You can assign any amount of digits to any position or you can like you mention

                          above set a single digit to hit in any one position.  Each option's settings are also saved so they are not

                          lost when you exit.  I will be working right down to the wire as I am still working on the instructions.

                          RL

                           

                          PS.

                          You can also use more than one digit for each position which makes it function like a string wheel.  For example

                          lets say that you want to play digits 1-4-6 in position 1 then just block all 0-2-3-5-7-8-9 in position 1 and leave

                          digits 1-4-6 wild.  You can do this for as many positions as you wish, you don't have to use them all.   It's very

                          easy to filter down when playing this way.  If playing for a straight hit then use this kind of a setup and don't

                          use the nuke button.  The Nuke button is geared towards a box hit.

                          positions

                          RL,

                          Have you tried using the Pick 3 for Lexi analysis? Forward and/or Reverse Lexi?

                          If you had good success with straight picks and using it for the MO5/39 game and taking the 1st 3 lexi positions from 000 through 575 and the last 3 positons.

                          Then create combinations from the front 3 and back 3 sets then filter these down to a playable number of sets.

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                            Hello, rl in the photo of your program has a list of 18 or 20 drawings, I noticed this pattern!
                               The digit that repeats a sweepstakes to another numca is the highest digit in 90% of the sweepstakes! How strange!
                              Example 957 repeated the digit 5 and five was not the highest digit yield = 576
                              If this pattern is 85% to 90% is more accurate view drawings
                            Another example of the picture = 586 for next = repeated five digit and the highest digit was not
                              Gave 251, this pattern has 80% to 90% is good

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                              Divide 0-9 into three groups L = (1,2,3) M (4,5,6,7) H (8,9,0)
                              DEFAULTS TO SEE IN THE THREE GROUPS pick3
                                EXAMPLE 259 = LMH
                                               601=   MHL 

                               

                              1

                              LLL

                              27

                              2,70

                              37,0370

                              2

                              LLM

                              36

                              3,60

                              27,7778

                              3

                              LLH

                              27

                              2,70

                              37,0370

                              4

                              LML

                              36

                              3,60

                              27,7778

                              5

                              LMM

                              48

                              4,80

                              20,8333

                              6

                              LMH

                              36

                              3,60

                              27,7778

                              7

                              LHL

                              27

                              2,70

                              37,0370

                              8

                              LHM

                              36

                              3,60

                              27,7778

                              9

                              LHH

                              27

                              2,70

                              37,0370

                              10

                              MLL

                              36

                              3,60

                              27,7778

                              11

                              MLM

                              48

                              4,80

                              20,8333

                              12

                              MLH

                              36

                              3,60

                              27,7778

                              13

                              MML

                              48

                              4,80

                              20,8333

                              14

                              MMM

                              64

                              6,40

                              15,6250

                              15

                              MMH

                              48

                              4,80

                              20,8333

                              16

                              MHL

                              36

                              3,60

                              27,7778

                              17

                              MHM

                              48

                              4,80

                              20,8333

                              18

                              MHH

                              36

                              3,60

                              27,7778

                              19

                              HLL

                              27

                              2,70

                              37,0370

                              20

                              HLM

                              36

                              3,60

                              27,7778

                              21

                              HLH

                              27

                              2,70

                              37,0370

                              22

                              HML

                              36

                              3,60

                              27,7778

                              23

                              HMM

                              48

                              4,80

                              20,8333

                              24

                              HMH

                              36

                              3,60

                              27,7778

                              25

                              HHL

                              27

                              2,70

                              37,0370

                              26

                              HHM

                              36

                              3,60

                              27,7778

                              27

                              HHH

                              27

                              2,70

                              37,0370

                                 
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