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 Posted: August 12, 2015, 12:48 pm - IP Logged

Hi guys

It would help others understand if you include your matrix when giving an example.  For instance

if playing a 5-32 then the first 3 lexie digits must be 000 to 201. If playing a 5-36 then the first 3

will be 000 to 376 and a 6-49 will be 000 to 139.   All these games are a fraction of a standard

pick-3 game.   If the first digit in a 6-49 is 1 then the 2nd and 3rd  must be 00 to 39.  I think that

Adam has a good method using both DMP and the T-lex together however I do think that with the

lexie it's possible to hit every digit, just don't expect to do it at will.   When I first posted the T-lex

I made a short video on what I think works very well by setting the first 4 lexie digits and let the

rest run wild.  If playing something like a 6-49 you will need to set the first 5.  We have our work

cut out for us but I think that although it's not a quick method it will get us where we are going in

far less time than other methods and on a smaller budget.   When your selections don't hit it's not

a good reason to change how you make your selections.   All we need is for the best or most probable

values to all hit at the same time.   All we can do is make our best guess based on our analysis and

then hope for the best.

RL

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Hi all

I done a quick workout for tonight's MO 6-44 using DMP' digits and groups and the PN filter set to 2/2.

Posting the sets just for fun to see how they do, I have not used DMP for a couple years.

The setup produced 115 lines

01 16 23 27 35 41
01 16 23 27 35 43
01 16 23 28 35 41
01 16 23 28 35 43
01 17 21 26 35 41
01 17 21 26 35 43
01 17 23 26 35 42
01 17 23 26 35 44
01 17 25 26 34 41
01 17 25 26 34 43
01 18 25 26 31 41
01 18 25 26 31 43
02 16 21 27 35 41
02 16 21 27 35 43
02 16 21 28 35 41
02 16 21 28 35 43
02 16 23 27 35 42
02 16 23 27 35 44
02 16 23 28 35 42
02 16 23 28 35 44
02 16 25 27 34 41
02 16 25 27 34 43
02 16 25 28 34 41
02 16 25 28 34 43
02 17 21 26 35 42
02 17 21 26 35 44
02 17 25 26 34 42
02 18 22 26 35 41
02 18 22 26 35 43
02 18 24 26 35 41
02 18 24 26 35 43
02 18 25 26 31 42
02 18 25 26 31 44
02 18 25 26 32 41
02 18 25 26 32 43
02 18 25 26 33 41
02 18 25 26 33 43
03 16 22 27 35 41
03 16 22 27 35 43
03 16 22 28 35 41
03 16 22 28 35 43
03 16 24 27 35 41
03 16 24 27 35 43
03 16 24 28 35 41
03 16 24 28 35 43
03 16 25 27 31 42
03 16 25 27 31 44
03 16 25 27 32 41
03 16 25 27 32 43
03 16 25 27 33 41
03 16 25 27 33 43
03 16 25 28 31 42
03 16 25 28 31 44
03 16 25 28 32 41
03 16 25 28 32 43
03 16 25 28 33 41
03 16 25 28 33 43
03 17 22 26 35 42
03 17 22 26 35 44
03 17 24 26 35 42
03 17 25 26 32 42
03 17 25 26 32 44
03 17 25 26 33 42
03 17 25 26 33 44
04 16 25 27 31 41
04 16 25 27 31 43
04 16 25 28 31 41
04 16 25 28 31 43
04 17 22 26 35 41
04 17 22 26 35 43
04 17 25 26 31 42
04 17 25 26 32 41
04 17 25 26 32 43
04 17 25 26 33 41
04 17 25 26 33 43
05 16 21 27 31 42
05 16 21 27 31 44
05 16 21 27 32 41
05 16 21 27 32 43
05 16 21 27 33 41
05 16 21 27 33 43
05 16 21 28 31 42
05 16 21 28 31 44
05 16 21 28 32 41
05 16 21 28 32 43
05 16 21 28 33 41
05 16 21 28 33 43
05 16 22 27 34 41
05 16 22 27 34 43
05 16 22 28 34 41
05 16 22 28 34 43
05 16 23 27 32 42
05 16 23 27 32 44
05 16 23 27 33 42
05 16 23 27 33 44
05 16 23 28 32 42
05 16 23 28 32 44
05 16 23 28 33 42
05 16 23 28 33 44
05 17 21 26 32 42
05 17 21 26 32 44
05 17 21 26 33 42
05 17 21 26 33 44
05 17 22 26 34 42
05 18 22 26 31 42
05 18 22 26 31 44
05 18 22 26 32 41
05 18 22 26 32 43
05 18 22 26 33 41
05 18 22 26 33 43
05 18 24 26 31 42
05 18 24 26 32 41
05 18 24 26 32 43
05 18 24 26 33 41
05 18 24 26 33 43

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 Posted: August 12, 2015, 1:52 pm - IP Logged

Hi guys

It would help others understand if you include your matrix when giving an example.  For instance

if playing a 5-32 then the first 3 lexie digits must be 000 to 201. If playing a 5-36 then the first 3

will be 000 to 376 and a 6-49 will be 000 to 139.   All these games are a fraction of a standard

pick-3 game.   If the first digit in a 6-49 is 1 then the 2nd and 3rd  must be 00 to 39.  I think that

Adam has a good method using both DMP and the T-lex together however I do think that with the

lexie it's possible to hit every digit, just don't expect to do it at will.   When I first posted the T-lex

I made a short video on what I think works very well by setting the first 4 lexie digits and let the

rest run wild.  If playing something like a 6-49 you will need to set the first 5.  We have our work

cut out for us but I think that although it's not a quick method it will get us where we are going in

far less time than other methods and on a smaller budget.   When your selections don't hit it's not

a good reason to change how you make your selections.   All we need is for the best or most probable

values to all hit at the same time.   All we can do is make our best guess based on our analysis and

then hope for the best.

RL

Craig

Good point as people are playing different games.

Such a setup could also be effective. So wheeling 2 digits in a couple of positions. Then adding a group or digit and a filter you are confident about.

I played this game and eliminated the set as it seemed highly unlikely that the winning set might be :

8, 16, 17, 18, 38, 46.

6 high numbers have never appeared in that game before.

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 Posted: August 13, 2015, 1:43 am - IP Logged

Here are the results from my test run.  I was correct that 2 prime numbers would show.

cost of tickets = 115 * .50 = \$57.50

Won 2 * 31 = \$62.00 + 12 free plays = 24 sets.

Missed 3 digit filters and 2 group filters.

\$4.50 and 24 quickpicks, Wooo Hoooooo.  Think I will stick with the lexie.

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they are not.  Many great discoveries come while searching for something else

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 Posted: August 13, 2015, 2:24 am - IP Logged

Here is a good example that shows that some times things just don't go as expected.  Had I thought that

digit 1 would not show then group-D would have been blocked as group-d for this matrix is 16-17-18-19-20.

Here is the color plot for digit 1.  As you can see, digit 1 as a no-show was deemed almost impossible.  Had

I eliminated digit 1 and group-d from play I would of had at least 1ea 5of6.

My setup

I was sure that 2 prime numbers would show, correct

I was sure that 1 number from the last game would show, correct

I was sure digits 1-2-3-4 would show but changed digit-4s low value to 0 at the last minute.  missed digit 1

I was sure that digit 5 would show, correct.

I was sure that digit 6 would show, wrong

I was sure that either digit-7 or digit-8 would show,correct

I was sure that digit 9 would not show, correct

I was sure that digit 0 would not show, wrong.

I was sure group-I would show, wrong.

I was sure that digit-1 would show. Wrong

All we can do is make our best guess and hope for the best.

RL

P.S. I guess that digit-1 can be a no-show 5 out of 9 games, hmmmmm, learn something new every day.

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 Posted: August 13, 2015, 2:49 am - IP Logged

You nailed digit-1 and digit-8.  It's funny that your one non-base digit (8) showed 3 times. Good job on these

choices.

RL

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 Posted: August 13, 2015, 3:28 am - IP Logged

Hi all

Here is a after-the-fact setup for last nights Show Me Cash game.  I set the first 4 digits, generated 100 lines

and then hit the auto filter which reduced to 15 lines.  Someday.......

RL

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 Posted: August 13, 2015, 3:50 am - IP Logged

Craig

I think you did a very good job, especially after so much time of no using DMP. You had a lot of correct choices.

Now if you combined your sure DMP bets with a couple of lexie digits you'd be there.

I believe that looking at the whole picture we can combine things that might work great together.

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With the lexie program I make four choices and I am done.  It's the "time" thing with me.  Even if I do all six

lexie digits for a single line it's still a quick way to play and if I am right then I have the winning set with no

filtering.  .

If I still had the energy and the time I would use both but my mind gets tired after a few minutes of analysis.

LOL

RL

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 Posted: August 13, 2015, 6:48 am - IP Logged

With the lexie program I make four choices and I am done.  It's the "time" thing with me.  Even if I do all six

lexie digits for a single line it's still a quick way to play and if I am right then I have the winning set with no

filtering.  .

If I still had the energy and the time I would use both but my mind gets tired after a few minutes of analysis.

LOL

RL

Craig

I know what you mean. Sometimes I find it hard to do both. Then I'd rather skip playing.

Most of the time there's at least one, two or even three lexie positions I'd better leave running wild. With DMP in use, it's possible to have some empty slots and still have a manageable number of sets to think of playing at all.

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 Posted: August 13, 2015, 5:01 pm - IP Logged

I played those 3 sets. It was not great, but not too bad. The nice thing is nobody hit the jackpot.

The winning set was : 14, 23, 33, 40, 41, 46

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 Posted: August 13, 2015, 5:17 pm - IP Logged

Not bad, hit a 3of6 on 3 lines with 4 numbers overall.  Just wondering how much a 3of6 pays for your 6-49?

RL

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 Posted: August 13, 2015, 5:39 pm - IP Logged

Not bad, hit a 3of6 on 3 lines with 4 numbers overall.  Just wondering how much a 3of6 pays for your 6-49?

RL

Craig

Thanks.

The payout for a 3 of 6 is. ar. \$ 7 which pays for 8  6/49 bets.

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 Posted: August 14, 2015, 4:03 am - IP Logged

I think that if one wants to use both DMP and T-lex in one's play there are a couple of filters that can really help.

T-lex speaks for itself so the more lexie digits you are able to nail down the better, of course.

As to DMP, I find that apart from picking some groups and digits, TB filter and ID filters can make a nice contribution. Quite often I'm able to set one of the base digits i.e. 1, 2 or 3 to the exact value. That can make a lot of difference in terms of bringing down the number of sets to a playable amount. Think twice before reducing the sets in any way as here looms the greatest danger. Often it's easier to set a filter to an exact value than to reduce the sets in any way so that the best ones are still in the bag.

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Do you run T-lex first and then import those lines into DMP for filtering?   I am thinking that if a person

used the T-lex wheel for the initial lines it would work really well.  Many times I can hit each the lexie

in one of 3 or 4 choices.   If using the lexie wheel and play 4 digits in each position then we end up

with 4*4*4*4*4 or 4096 which would be child's play for DMP's filters.  I think I will test this method

for a few games and see how it does.

RL

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