|Posted: May 11, 2015, 11:44 pm - IP Logged|
If your talking about the predictor for the steps then it's a ongoing project that I have been working on
for years. The new idea will take a lot of code changes and testing which could take months due to time
restraints. My goal is to create a one click predictor that will win more that it cost to play on a regular bases,
not a easy task.
T-lex is a good program but it got put on the back burner while developing other ideas. I decided to upload
it thinking others might get some use out of it.
I have at least 10 full systems and each one has it's merit's but I don't have the time needed to test them all
DMP was a great program but it takes too much time to do a setup. I want a new program that will give me
something to play without having to analyze data.
T-Lex can reduce to 1 one with a 6-digit setup for my 5-39 and I think the steps contain the key, they just need
more analysis. I almost removed the wheel before uploading it because I think wheel setups defeat the whole
purpose behind using the steps to predict the lexie digits. It only takes one line to win and unless we intend
to play every line the wheel generates then we risk filtering out the JP.
Here is another tip. After updating go to the steps and run through them one at a time. Look at the value that
showed in the last game then try to find some logic that links the value that hit to the data. When doing this don't
highlight any values in the bias but use the history. There will be times that no logical choice can be linked to the
value that hit but many times it will. The more we do this sort of analysis the more we will adapt the way we make
I sent winsum a version of the DMP-DG and told him he can put it up for download as I just don't have the time.
I think it's a great software and he may or may not upload it. It's so hard for me to find the time to do this stuff
and as a result I have had to make choices which stuff to keep developing. T-Lex is one of those programs that
did not make the cut.