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I really think we should start a pool system, some guys like Adam and others are getting extremely close to the JP.

I personally getting very good results also.

Frenchie.

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I really think we should start a pool system, some guys like Adam and others are getting extremely close to the JP.

I personally getting very good results also.

Frenchie.

frenchie

Good results....

The question is how to measure it. One would say that financial results of our play should be most important. On the other hand, playing lexie digits should be measured according to the number of digit hits. Hence even if we manage to hit a 4 of 5 by chance i.e. missing all the digits or hitting one or two of them we are ok financially but far off our target which is hitting them all.

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Good results....

The question is how to measure it. One would say that financial results of our play should be most important. On the other hand, playing lexie digits should be measured according to the number of digit hits. Hence even if we manage to hit a 4 of 5 by chance i.e. missing all the digits or hitting one or two of them we are ok financially but far off our target which is hitting them all.

The only way to make it it's to take action, get together and start analyzing those Lexi digits and play them.

The last pool we had AND dealing with 20 filters twice, after 3 months we were off by 3 filters to have the 5/5i with the MM.

I know because I was keeping track of everybody selection on an separate Excel files ( just after 3 months ).

Here we have to deal with 3 positions per digits  x 8 for MM minus the first number which will be 0 or 1 so we can play both

to have it for sure, and we can do the same with the last digits = 10 positions with will make the bet at minimum \$ 20.

So now we are left with 6 digits to deal with, compare to 20 filters !!!

We are all here for the same goal, so what is the problem to start it ??????

If you read few previous posts on this tread from RL, he said himself, that by now we would have hit it, so he believe in it too.

Instead of try to find excuse not to do it, we should do the opposite and start it, because I really believe in this Lexi system,

I myself getting some very good results , that I'm very surprise with, in just playing 2 sets per game.

So that's my suggestion in this post, I hope to have more people to agree with me if not then I don't know what to say.

I'm trying to make a difference here because I don't see no one posting about it, maybe this will change ?

I felt good to be in that pool for the MM game, it give you hope and when I saw that we miss it by 3 filters that was overwhelming for me.

You get better results with action than with words, especially for this matter.

Frenchie.

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The only way to make it it's to take action, get together and start analyzing those Lexi digits and play them.

The last pool we had AND dealing with 20 filters twice, after 3 months we were off by 3 filters to have the 5/5i with the MM.

I know because I was keeping track of everybody selection on an separate Excel files ( just after 3 months ).

Here we have to deal with 3 positions per digits  x 8 for MM minus the first number which will be 0 or 1 so we can play both

to have it for sure, and we can do the same with the last digits = 10 positions with will make the bet at minimum \$ 20.

So now we are left with 6 digits to deal with, compare to 20 filters !!!

We are all here for the same goal, so what is the problem to start it ??????

If you read few previous posts on this tread from RL, he said himself, that by now we would have hit it, so he believe in it too.

Instead of try to find excuse not to do it, we should do the opposite and start it, because I really believe in this Lexi system,

I myself getting some very good results , that I'm very surprise with, in just playing 2 sets per game.

So that's my suggestion in this post, I hope to have more people to agree with me if not then I don't know what to say.

I'm trying to make a difference here because I don't see no one posting about it, maybe this will change ?

I felt good to be in that pool for the MM game, it give you hope and when I saw that we miss it by 3 filters that was overwhelming for me.

You get better results with action than with words, especially for this matter.

Frenchie.

frenchie

I understand your point and it's ok by me.

The only thing is as it's against the law to play any lotteries outside of Poland I cannot do it no matter what. So this way or other I have to go my own way.

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frenchie

I understand your point and it's ok by me.

The only thing is as it's against the law to play any lotteries outside of Poland I cannot do it no matter what. So this way or other I have to go my own way.

Does that mean if you ever won a lottery jackpot outside of Poland you couldn't live there any longer?

* you don't need to buy more tickets, just buy a winning ticket *

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Does that mean if you ever won a lottery jackpot outside of Poland you couldn't live there any longer?

No, I could live here, but the moment the local IRS have tracked down any money transfer in my favor they would immediately confiscate the money plus impose a huge fine on me. All the banks here are obliged to report to the IRS all money transfers in and out exceeding US 10,000.

People have to prove what's the source of the money received and since playing lotteries outside Poland is against the law that's the procedure they take in such cases.

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I really think we should start a pool system, some guys like Adam and others are getting extremely close to the JP.

I personally getting very good results also.

Frenchie.

I think we need to look on step 2. If we find out some way to get right on this step then we have winning system.

Problem with 1 and 2 is that it's binary (0 and 1) and probability is 50%. We need more then 50%. Even just a little bit.

I used xor table and take last two lexie results.

0 0 -> 0

1 1 -> 0

0 1 -> 1

1 0 -> 1

where 0 are even numbers and 1 are odd. Sometimes it work, most of the time not :-(

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I think we need to look on step 2. If we find out some way to get right on this step then we have winning system.

Problem with 1 and 2 is that it's binary (0 and 1) and probability is 50%. We need more then 50%. Even just a little bit.

I used xor table and take last two lexie results.

0 0 -> 0

1 1 -> 0

0 1 -> 1

1 0 -> 1

where 0 are even numbers and 1 are odd. Sometimes it work, most of the time not :-(

lottoswe

I do not agree. I think it's easier to hit one of the two values. Make sure your decisions as to the first step are correct say 70% of the time and you will see that hitting values in step 2 and 3 are not that hard.

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Hi All

Has anyone experimented using root sums for the first 3 lexie digits?  Thinking of building predictor

based on sums and wanted to see if anyone has made any attempts and if so how did it work out.

I am still working on a steps predictors and making progress on step-2 but step-1 seems to be the

hardest to hit.  The newest predictor uses a  different predictor for each of the 3 steps.  Anyway just

wanted to ask if anyone has tried root sums and if so how did it work out?

RL

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Hi All

Has anyone experimented using root sums for the first 3 lexie digits?  Thinking of building predictor

based on sums and wanted to see if anyone has made any attempts and if so how did it work out.

I am still working on a steps predictors and making progress on step-2 but step-1 seems to be the

hardest to hit.  The newest predictor uses a  different predictor for each of the 3 steps.  Anyway just

wanted to ask if anyone has tried root sums and if so how did it work out?

RL

Greetings and Salutations RL!

I can make root sums of the lottery numbers in excel. The formula is =mod(any cell-1,9)+1. So if I understand you correctly, you are saying for example, if the numbers drawn are 13-25-31-45-66-Mb 15 enter it as a lexi of  4-7-4-9-3 Mb 6? I haven't tried it yet, so let me back-test and see if it will work! Good Idea!

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OK RL, a quick glance of Colorado cash 5 produced mixed results. First of Colorado cash 5 has 5 root sums (lexi) and T-Lex shows 6 lexi numbers. So right of the bat, there is a huge difference. Two, some of the lexis match, just not in the correct order. I hope that helps.

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What I meant was lets say that the last drawn lexie value was 345268 so the first 3 digits are 345.   3+4+5=12

and 1+2=3 so the root sum = 3

Next we have to calculate all the possible 3-digit root sums for the game being played.  Again lets say that the

first 3 lexie digits were 519 so 5+1+9=15 and 1+5 = root sum 6.

Next try to select say maybe 5 or so that show the best chance of hitting based on the history.  We would then

convert the root sum back to 3 digits and play those as our first 3 digits in our lexie setup.  My 5-39's first three

digits must fall from 000 to 575 and off hand I don't know how many of each root sum is possible.  Winsum may

have done something similar to this but not sure.  It may be that there are too many choices for this to be of any

use but it's possible that it could help.

RL

P.S.  There are other advantages to doing something like this as many games there will only be 1 digits that repeats

and the repeating digit likes to fall in one of the last two lexie positions.  This is not an exact sort of thing but it does

seem to happen enough to gain some advantage in our setups.  Each game is a little different so I can't say this works

for all games.

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Guys,

If your P-5 game is like mine, last 7 game values are a very good indicator of what to expect for a step 1 next value to hit.

So let's say that in the last games for position 2 the values were following:

3,2,2,3,1,3,2

and when highlighting the first value you see 3 as the first drawn value then you choose between values 3 and 2 with 3 being most likely to hit. It holds true in ar.90% of the games in my P-5.

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Guys,

What RL has said about playing a game with better odds is generally true. However, I think it makes a lot of sense to experiment with different games as it might turn out that hitting some lexie digits in bigger games could come easier than one would think. A good example is my P-6  where hitting the second digit (I actually treat it as the first  as the first one can only be 0 or 1) proves easier than hitting the first one in P-5. Still a long way to go, but taking into consideration that P-6 has 6 lexie digits whereas  P-6  7 ones ( leaving out the fist one) and I'm more likely to hit my first in play it sort of levels out the playground.

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