|Posted: May 22, 2015, 9:25 am - IP Logged|
"From the help file I understand what Step values are intellectually. Analyzing, interpreting, and selecting is another matter."
The lottery is random, about all we can do is study the data and then make our best guess. When we look at the history for
the steps we can see runs for each value scattered throughout the data. I find that many times two of the steps will hit the
most obvious and the third will be a unlikely value. Always check your choices after the drawing to see where you hit or missed.
The line results can be misleading because of the conversion. Lets say that the lexie value for the last game was 092541 for
the set = 02-05-21-23-32. Again lets say that we played lexie 072541 for line 01 25 27 29 31. In this example only one step
value was missed "Position-2 step-3" which resulted in 311 =7 where the correct value was and 312=9. I try to do full lexie
setups if the data supports it but even when I feel most of my choices are good there are always a couple that could go either
way. What I do in these cases is do two or more full setups changing only the values in question. For my 5-39 the first four
lexie values are critical so when I change values for the secondary runs I only adjust those values. The 5th and 6th values are
needed for a 5of5 but hitting the first 4 will often produce at least a 3of5 regardless of which digits I play in the 5th and 6th
position. Your chances for a 4of5 are also greatly increased if the first 4 lexie values are correct.
Hitting the lexie is challenging but on the flip-side if you manage it then you can win on a single line bet. I think many will do
a few setups and then move on. I have been using the steps for years and still have bad days but I feel it's worth the few
minutes it takes to generate a line or two. Some will love it and some will hate it, it comes with a uninstall option for the