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Lexi to Digit Repeats

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I wanted to share this observation when choosing digits.  Sometimes it works and other times it won't.

Step 1: Click the "D-base" Toolbar

Step 2: Look at the "Reverse Lexi" set number from the previous drawing

Step 3: Check the digits and count how many Lexi digits appear in the digits 4 through 0 or 5 through 0

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 Posted: June 3, 2012, 3:15 pm - IP Logged

Wow, this must be something of another realm!

What is the meaning of "Lexi"?

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Wow, this must be something of another realm!

What is the meaning of "Lexi"?

Lexicographical or Lexi for short referred to also as Combination Sequence Number or CSN.

In a lottery game such as the Mega Millions 5/56 game, NOT using the extra Mega Balls 1 through 46.  If we treated the Mega Millions as a 5/56 game the total number of sets would be 3,819,816

If we started at the very 1st set 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 the Lexi or CSN would be 0000001, the very last combination 52, 53, 54, 55, 56 the Lexi or CSN would be 3819816.

To calculate the Reverse Lexi or CSN we would take the largest ball in the lottery game.  In the above example the Mega Millions 5/56 the highest number would be 56.  We would add +1 to the highest number which is 56 (56 + 1) = 57

Next we would subtract 57 from each of any set from the Mega Millions 5/56.  For example the drawing on May 25, 2012 was 09-15-21-40-54

To calculate the Reverse Lexi we would subtract 57-54, 57-40, 57-21, 57-15, 57-09.  This would give us the set 03-17-36-42-48.  The Reverse Lexi would be 0866641.

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 Posted: June 3, 2012, 3:45 pm - IP Logged

I wanted to share this observation when choosing digits.  Sometimes it works and other times it won't.

Step 1: Click the "D-base" Toolbar

Step 2: Look at the "Reverse Lexi" set number from the previous drawing

Step 3: Check the digits and count how many Lexi digits appear in the digits 4 through 0 or 5 through 0

Hi Steve

Interesting, If I read this correctly then

digit 1=hit

digit 2=hit

digit 5=hit

digit 7=hit

digit 9=hit

digit 0 = hit

digits 1-2-5-7-9-0 all in the reverse lexi and digits 1-2-4-5-7-9-0 digits hit in the next draw.  I remember you talking about this a while

back.  Have to check it out and see how often it happens, be easy to backtest.

RL

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The observation was using the Reverse Lexi (R-lexi) 1275910 and also the Digits "1 thru 0" 2101101021

I'm using the drawing from 6/2/2012: 09-10-17-29-45

The digits from the above drawing would be: 9,1,0,1,7,2,9,4,5 (We do not count any zeroes that precede a digit.  In the example above 09 we would not count the 0 in 09.

So the "Digit" count would be the following:

1 = 2 (10, 17)

2 = 1 (29)

3 = 0

4 = 1 (45)

5 = 1 (45)

6 = 0

7 = 1 (17)

8 - 0

9 = 2 (09, 29)

0 = 1 (10)                                                                                                               1234567890

Under the "Digits 1-0" heading the digits for the drawing from 6/2/2012 we see 2101101021

The Reverse Lexi (R-Lex) from the drawing 5/30/2012 1275910.  We could have used the 7,5,9 for the digits for the drawing held on 6/2/2012.

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Hello stern, continue the good work, if you want i can send the array to hit four perfect numbers, lottery 39/5, 256 lines, but attention is the front of the digits  Example = 1,1,2,3 12,13,24,35,38 digit from the front, is that I have this array of digits  Hits the front always 100% results in all 256 lines, there may be all in the drawing until there is no cheating by one line has four digits from the front of the number ranging from 0 to 3, and matrix perfect d do not post on the forum because it gets out of  Alignment, of course after missing the final digits through 0-9, you want to test? Thank you for your work.

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 Posted: June 3, 2012, 7:36 pm - IP Logged

Is the digitmaster pro a demo or trial to use?

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 Posted: June 3, 2012, 7:46 pm - IP Logged

This is over my head.. and making me crazy!

OLD/Vtrac

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 Posted: June 3, 2012, 7:46 pm - IP Logged

Rtxx Hello, this is how an array is perfect hits in all four draws in 100% numbers, clear after just missing a number to complete a bet 5 lottery numbers 39/5  The fifth number is missing may be the last position, she lines the array 256, in 100% of any lot may come, but beware, it is a part, ie the front of each number, EXAMPLE o = 12,23,25,34,36 it hits the digit 1,2,2,3,  The digital is placed after, of course with 256, the total would be good to hit,  But the number of the front is ensured by 100% ok Of course those who do not want to play with the 256, can be filtered, but loses garantis 100%

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