Eugene Oregan United States Member #128629 May 29, 2012 419 Posts Offline

Posted: August 16, 2012, 9:59 pm - IP Logged

Hey guys,

This is so much fun, i dont do filters to well so i let those who do attack that part. What i do fair pretty well at is groups decades and digits, those are what i focus on and if i am wrong well i will try and do better next draw. The more i do them the more confidant i will get and the picks flow with the system and the draws. We are learning and will make mistakes but with all 15 of us that means more input, come on what Rl is asking for is not diffucult. I clicked on 36 and 38 in the mm matrix and they are looking active, not to say they will hit nxt draw but probably within a short time, as a matter of fact i sat and looked at every # in the matrix left and right click. I keep the blog up and on line and work the DM and go back and fourth and study data and then write all selections down on a graph pad with game and my choices. Took about 1 1/2 hours to come up with my choices and pm RL. (Like to watch Wheel and Jeopardy and do the DM) dld.

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

Posted: August 16, 2012, 10:29 pm - IP Logged

Rl;

Thanks for the explanations. I get sidetracked sometimes trying to find a better way of setting the filters to keep the main lines down below 500. What the software can do is just amazing and blurrs my vision sometimes with its results when fed the right ranges of numbers.

I have been getting pretty good reductions by blocking a few digits and groups but sometimes have a lot of trouble getting down below 250 so RAc has a chance.

cleveland ohio United States Member #65897 October 9, 2008 275 Posts Offline

Posted: August 17, 2012, 2:01 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by RL-RANDOMLOGIC on August 16, 2012

M

When making selections for the groups just do your best, I will be taking the input and building the best

setup I can but there is much more to the process then just clicking run. I will get into advanced ways of

using the sofware as time goes along. Here is a tip. On paper try building 10 different group setups and

write them down. After the draw check them to see if you got the correct groups all on one line. Do the same

thing for the digits. Doing this will help you learn the importance of finding a few good values and then using

those to help fill in the rest. Print the groups and digits sheets and study them, I do my main group workout

on paper starting with my best positions that I want to block and play. If using 5 groups you have 5 that hit

and 5 that miss. Start with a binary string with all zeros like 0000000000. If you are playing 5 groups then

you need to replace five of the zeros with ones (1) Lets say that your best choice is group C so you write out

under the first string 0010000000. In almost every draw you will find two or more zeros in a row. Next using

lets say two consedtive ones and at least two or three consective zeros build a few strings each with 5 ones

and 5 zeros.

Example

ABCDEFGHIJ

0000000000 start

0010000000 place best choice

0011000111 at least two consective 00's and at least one double 11's

0110001011

etc....

Remember that each set must contain so many subset groups. Next add your best selection for a group to block

and continue building sets with one static (1) and (0) that must be in every string and at least one pair of 00 and

one pair of 11's. Note from the database how many groups repeat draw to draw as a miss or show. You can keep

adding bits of information into the strings which makes it harder and harder to build a full string that contains all the

subsets. DM has tools geared toward finding a couple values to play of block but that data should be then moved

to paper and then using data you collect from the history work it like a puzzel. With a little practice you should be

able to hit all 5 groups on a single line in around 10 attempts. The maximun sets that are produced using 10 5 group

patterns are 77,760 lines. If you can hit all 5 groups in 10 attemps you have reduced the MM 5 number matrix down

to 77760/3819816=.02. Once you practice this for a while the hardest part will be choosing to play 3, 4 or 5 groups.

77760 sets is like converting the 5-56 into a 5-26 matrix and you have not used a single filter yet. Divide and conquer

is the way to approach these big games. Even if you are successful one out of three attempts this method gives you

a great avantage.

RL

I know this is your program but darn this is such useful information I cant thank you enough. Amazing when the master of the matrix speaks how far behind in my thinking I find myself.

From reading your posts when you talk about only the program and how you see things I was able to predict a 3 TG however I missed the next 5 draws because I have not learned the skills to do so but I have begun to and for that I must thank you.

Its posts like these that really make sense to me and I can understand.

From Denver, Rocky Mountain Empire, United States Member #49750 February 13, 2007 439 Posts Offline

Posted: August 17, 2012, 2:22 am - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by RL-RANDOMLOGIC on August 16, 2012

M

When making selections for the groups just do your best, I will be taking the input and building the best

setup I can but there is much more to the process then just clicking run. I will get into advanced ways of

using the sofware as time goes along. Here is a tip. On paper try building 10 different group setups and

write them down. After the draw check them to see if you got the correct groups all on one line. Do the same

thing for the digits. Doing this will help you learn the importance of finding a few good values and then using

those to help fill in the rest. Print the groups and digits sheets and study them, I do my main group workout

on paper starting with my best positions that I want to block and play. If using 5 groups you have 5 that hit

and 5 that miss. Start with a binary string with all zeros like 0000000000. If you are playing 5 groups then

you need to replace five of the zeros with ones (1) Lets say that your best choice is group C so you write out

under the first string 0010000000. In almost every draw you will find two or more zeros in a row. Next using

lets say two consedtive ones and at least two or three consective zeros build a few strings each with 5 ones

and 5 zeros.

Example

ABCDEFGHIJ

0000000000 start

0010000000 place best choice

0011000111 at least two consective 00's and at least one double 11's

0110001011

etc....

Remember that each set must contain so many subset groups. Next add your best selection for a group to block

and continue building sets with one static (1) and (0) that must be in every string and at least one pair of 00 and

one pair of 11's. Note from the database how many groups repeat draw to draw as a miss or show. You can keep

adding bits of information into the strings which makes it harder and harder to build a full string that contains all the

subsets. DM has tools geared toward finding a couple values to play of block but that data should be then moved

to paper and then using data you collect from the history work it like a puzzel. With a little practice you should be

able to hit all 5 groups on a single line in around 10 attempts. The maximun sets that are produced using 10 5 group

patterns are 77,760 lines. If you can hit all 5 groups in 10 attemps you have reduced the MM 5 number matrix down

to 77760/3819816=.02. Once you practice this for a while the hardest part will be choosing to play 3, 4 or 5 groups.

77760 sets is like converting the 5-56 into a 5-26 matrix and you have not used a single filter yet. Divide and conquer

is the way to approach these big games. Even if you are successful one out of three attempts this method gives you

a great avantage.

RL

I turned in my selection for the Friday, 08.17.12, MM Draw this Thursday morning. I will turn in my selection for Saturdays PB draw one day early tomorrow. I chose 2 of each from the filters, digits and groups. I will not touch the decades with a ten foot pole! It seems like, the opposite of the decades I choose show up everytime! The rest I left blank. I also prefer the old DM to the new one, because I like the RLP function a lot. With the new DM the most I have gotten is 2/5. But if you follow WO advice a few postings back, it is possible to achieve a couple of 3/5 and 4/5 with the RLP function, as long as you get a few filters right. The trick is how to get those filters right! Keep on practicing with both DMs folks! We will eventually master it. Thanx.

bgonÃ§alves Brasil Member #92564 June 9, 2010 2126 Posts Offline

Posted: August 17, 2012, 4:17 pm - IP Logged

Hello,for those whowant to see,here's thegroupof primes=2,3,5,7,11,17,19,23,29,31,37,41,43,47,this groupofaverage Numbersfrom 0 to 4in cycleslow(0a2)ecyclesofhigh(2 to4)Numbers 1 to 5within italwaysdrawscyclehigh and low,

New Mexico United States Member #86099 January 29, 2010 11120 Posts Offline

Posted: August 17, 2012, 4:30 pm - IP Logged

Quote: Originally posted by dr san on August 17, 2012

Hello,for those whowant to see,here's thegroupof primes=2,3,5,7,11,17,19,23,29,31,37,41,43,47,this groupofaverage Numbersfrom 0 to 4in cycleslow(0a2)ecyclesofhigh(2 to4)Numbers 1 to 5within italwaysdrawscyclehigh and low,