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RL's Digit Master Pro - Pick 3 Software

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Posted: June 22, 2012, 6:03 am - IP Logged

I figure it would be best to start a new thread for RL's Pick 3 program.

The link at the bottom contains a zip file that includes 3 files.

1. Video explanation on how to use the "Build" program

2. Build Program

3. Pick 3 Program

I also uploaded the video toYoutube if you wish to view it. (see link at the bottom)

 

Hi guys

Please read before running the program, If you downloaded and installed the first version then run

the uninstall program for that version before you install this one.

 

Below is the link for the P-3 game and database builder.  The zip file contains the install/setup program

and a video to walk you through building the needed databases.  The video will give you step by step

directions so watch it before you run the setup program.   In this version I added the option to switch 

between the midday and evening drawings and a clear button which will reset all the settings.  It works

very much like the big game software but the interface is a bit dated.  I have the P-4 version finished but

need to test it a little more before I post it which will be sometime after or near the end of my vacation. 

Play on paper at first until you get the hang of it, I am not a pick-3/4 game player but I really think this

program has some potential,  It's best to start with the filters and then move to the digit settings only

if needed and then make a run after each adjustment, never use more than you have to.  You could try

to set the filters values to single values for the low/hi settings which will many times return only one set.

repeat the process changing only a couple values until you reach your playing budget. 

 

Note! be sure and build both databases before you run the program as it needs both to function

 

Hope you win big soon,

RL

https://www.box.com/s/d89747152e92fb764679

 

Youtube Video Link - Pick 3 Build

https://youtu.be/PnEJaMlWL4o

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    Hi Steve

    I found a small error with the print option and have uploaded a patch for it, This is only needed if

    the program does not display the sets when you click the [Print] option.  I have fixed the problem

    in the main download but if you downloaded the program before this then you will need to download

    and run the patch. 

     

    Patch needed for downloads before 06/22/12 5:30am

    https://www.box.com/s/1a395ac5157b2664b37a

     

    This is a very small program and only takes a few seconds to download.

    Sorry for the bug.

    RL

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      Posted: June 22, 2012, 3:29 pm - IP Logged

      How long does it take to build the database cause mine just saids building database and froze I think?  Also RL you said you need to build both datasebase to function.  What if my state only have the evening drawing?

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        Posted: June 22, 2012, 4:11 pm - IP Logged

        xaab

        Just build one for the midday and one for the evening using the same numbers then just run off the evening

        draw. You don't have to keep both updated. 

         

        As far as the hanging problem I am not sure what could cause it.  I suggest that you make sure that the path

        you saved the file to is correct.  Check to make sure that the p3.txt file is in the C:\DMP-P3  folder before you

        run the build program. 

         

        The P3.txt file is deleted durning the run process so you need to check it before you run build.  The program will

        create a new file named either P3-M.TXT or P3-E.TXT depending on which drawing is selected.  Another problem

        might be if you are using years of draw history.  The first step in the build process reverses the order of the sets

        and puts the most current drawing on the first line.   For large files this could take quite a while to do.  If this is

        the case then just wait until it is finished, there is no limit on the number of past draws but I personally would not

        use more than a couple years of history.

         

        I sent Steve a copy of the instructions video and he should upload it to youtube sometime today or tomorrow which

        will walk you through a setup and show how to use the program.

         

        RL

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          Posted: June 22, 2012, 4:54 pm - IP Logged

          thanks!

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            Posted: June 23, 2012, 8:43 am - IP Logged

            Here is the link to the new Youtube video from RL:

            https://youtu.be/Mujp82t3fRs

            IMPORTANT: Watch the build video first before installing the Pick 3 program:

            https://youtu.be/PnEJaMlWL4o

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              Here is the link to the new Youtube video from RL:

              https://youtu.be/Mujp82t3fRs

              IMPORTANT: Watch the build video first before installing the Pick 3 program:

              https://youtu.be/PnEJaMlWL4o

              Thanks Steve, interesting program!

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                Has anyone did any backtesting? I'm unable to listen to the audio in the video, blew my speakers. Don't understand a lot of the filters. Understand the 0/0's & 1/1's, 2 very good filters. If anyone understands the 0X1-0X5 & 1X1-1X5, please explain.

                 

                 

                 

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                  Posted: June 24, 2012, 4:05 pm - IP Logged

                  Can I use this software for the Belgian Pick 3 too?

                  Belgian Pick 3 = 1 draw per day (evening), except on Sundays.

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                    Has anyone did any backtesting? I'm unable to listen to the audio in the video, blew my speakers. Don't understand a lot of the filters. Understand the 0/0's & 1/1's, 2 very good filters. If anyone understands the 0X1-0X5 & 1X1-1X5, please explain.

                     

                     

                     

                    Carbob,

                    Look at the top line in your screen shot:

                    A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J

                    1  0  0  1  0  1  1  0  0  0

                    "0 X 1" = When only 1 zero is between 2 1's.  Example look at D E F, you see below 1  0  1. The zero is between 2 ones'

                    "0 X 2" = When 2 zeroes fall between 2 1's. Example look at A B C D, you see 2 zeroes 1 0 0 1.

                    "0 X 3" = When 3 zeroes fall between 2 1's. Example look at G H I J , You see 1 0 0 0. This still counts as a "0 X 3"

                    "0 X 4" = When 4 zeroes fall between 2 1's.

                    "0 X 5" = When 5 zeroes fall between 2 1's.

                    Same idea for "1 X 1" through "1 X 5" except we are counting how many 1's are bewtween zeros.

                    If you click on the "0 X 1" through "1 X 5" you will see the bias. If you look at the bias history this will show you when they hit.

                    "T-POS" = Count how many '1''s are under the "A" through "J"

                    "T-ODD" & "T-EVE" (Total Odd & Total Even) = If you look at A through J they would be represented as follows:

                    A = 1 (Odd)

                    B = 2 (Even)

                    C = 3 (Odd)

                    D = 4 (Even)

                    E = 5 (Odd)

                    F = 6 (Even)

                    G = 7 (Odd)

                    H = 8 (Even)

                    I = 9 (Odd)

                    J = 0 (Even)

                    In your screen shot example above look at the zeros & ones on the 1st line under A through J.

                    Now match only the 1's.

                    A = 1 (Odd)

                    D = 1 (Even)

                    F = 1 (Even)

                    G = 1 (Odd)

                    If you click the "T-ODD" you should see the 1st bias value of 2 and if you click "T-EVE" you should see the 1st bias value of 2

                    The "X"'s above A through J can be set to either "X" Wild, 1 or 0

                    It looks like you have the older version of the Pick 3 program.

                    You can Right-Click on the "Find" command to backtest using the most recent drawing. 

                    You can Left-Click on the "Find" command to generate your sets based on the filters min/max settings.

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                      Carbob,

                      Look at the top line in your screen shot:

                      A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J

                      1  0  0  1  0  1  1  0  0  0

                      "0 X 1" = When only 1 zero is between 2 1's.  Example look at D E F, you see below 1  0  1. The zero is between 2 ones'

                      "0 X 2" = When 2 zeroes fall between 2 1's. Example look at A B C D, you see 2 zeroes 1 0 0 1.

                      "0 X 3" = When 3 zeroes fall between 2 1's. Example look at G H I J , You see 1 0 0 0. This still counts as a "0 X 3"

                      "0 X 4" = When 4 zeroes fall between 2 1's.

                      "0 X 5" = When 5 zeroes fall between 2 1's.

                      Same idea for "1 X 1" through "1 X 5" except we are counting how many 1's are bewtween zeros.

                      If you click on the "0 X 1" through "1 X 5" you will see the bias. If you look at the bias history this will show you when they hit.

                      "T-POS" = Count how many '1''s are under the "A" through "J"

                      "T-ODD" & "T-EVE" (Total Odd & Total Even) = If you look at A through J they would be represented as follows:

                      A = 1 (Odd)

                      B = 2 (Even)

                      C = 3 (Odd)

                      D = 4 (Even)

                      E = 5 (Odd)

                      F = 6 (Even)

                      G = 7 (Odd)

                      H = 8 (Even)

                      I = 9 (Odd)

                      J = 0 (Even)

                      In your screen shot example above look at the zeros & ones on the 1st line under A through J.

                      Now match only the 1's.

                      A = 1 (Odd)

                      D = 1 (Even)

                      F = 1 (Even)

                      G = 1 (Odd)

                      If you click the "T-ODD" you should see the 1st bias value of 2 and if you click "T-EVE" you should see the 1st bias value of 2

                      The "X"'s above A through J can be set to either "X" Wild, 1 or 0

                      It looks like you have the older version of the Pick 3 program.

                      You can Right-Click on the "Find" command to backtest using the most recent drawing. 

                      You can Left-Click on the "Find" command to generate your sets based on the filters min/max settings.

                      Steve, thank you for responding, also got an email from RL, even though he's on vacation. You guys should be nominated for sainthood. This takes sharing and helping to a higher level, appreciate the help from both of you. Maybe someone else can benifit from this.

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                        Would you take the average of the 1"s over a course of 5 draws back.  If not, what are you basing how to set the filters?  Does the find go back 5 draws or more?  Wouldn't the bias be set for 4 out of the total from A to J?

                        Idea

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                          I don't get it, what does the following represent?

                          A  B  C  D  E  F  G  H  I  J
                          1  0  0  1  0  1  1  0  0  0

                          In other words what does 1001011000 represent.  I'm trying to match it to a draw but there are too many 1's I guess I don't see the association.  I'm mostly a jackpot player and not pick3 so maybe I just don't get it.

                          Jimmy

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                            Posted: June 25, 2012, 12:26 am - IP Logged

                            Jimmy,

                            They represent the binary equivalent to the pick 3 numbers dawn.

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                              Thanks winsum I just figured that out myself also.  For other people 2 to the 10th  is 1024 so it would take 10 bits to represent the numbers from 000 - 999.  Binary is base 2 versus our numbering system of base 10.  It would take 14 bits to represent pick 4 numbers from 0000 thru 9999.  Interesting I would have never thought to represent numbers in binary.  Not sure I see the association for pattern matching but I will go with it for now.  1024 is fairly close to 1000 numbers for pick3 so the representation is close.  For Pick4 the representation of 16384 (14 bits) is quite a bit larger than 10000 so I would think the gaps would be problematic.

                              Jimmy

                                 
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