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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.

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The way I do it, I start with T-lex or I should say Trends program and then use RFM to import the sets. When they are in the main file then I start with DMP setup.

 

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    The way I do it, I start with T-lex or I should say Trends program and then use RFM to import the sets. When they are in the main file then I start with DMP setup.

     

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    However there's one thing I do not do ever. I do not fill in the last position of lexie. Never.

    It can and many times  it does kill all the rest. Leaving it empty gives us more latitude in case some extra filtering is necessary. We can easily track its effect backtesting setups. The point is that the number of lower prizes falls down so much it is not worth it.

     

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      I wanted to show the importance of hitting a group for a lexie position and advantages of using it along with DMP.

      As you can see below I only set the group for position 2 thru 7 and then picked a couple of groups and digits plus 2 filters and set one of the base digit to the exact value.

      From almost 14,000,000 combinations in the game of 6/49 the final result is just a handful of sets.

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        I thought that I'd do the setup using Craig's idea of 4 digits in each cell( except for position 1 which for 6/49 can be 0 or 1 only). DMP setup is exactly the same as in the first example.

        As we can see we got a bit more sets as T-lex input and the distribution of prizes is not so good. However I would not jump to conclusions as this might be due to specific digits input in wheel cells.

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          I thought that I'd do the setup using Craig's idea of 4 digits in each cell( except for position 1 which for 6/49 can be 0 or 1 only). DMP setup is exactly the same as in the first example.

          As we can see we got a bit more sets as T-lex input and the distribution of prizes is not so good. However I would not jump to conclusions as this might be due to specific digits input in wheel cells.

          DMP2DMP3DMP1

          Adam,

          Can you do a YouTube posting of your selection methods a la winsum. You have a good knowledge on how to work the DMP & T-Lex together to achieve maximum results. In the alternative, you can also post at Box.com an MS Word step-by-step instruction. Just a thought. Thanks!

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            Wheeling more than one lexie digit for each cell will always cause a drop in the total lower level prizes.

            This is because the sets selected from all over the matrix instead of a specific area.   This option should

            be used for JP plays and don't expect to hit a bunch of secondary prizes.   It's easy to calculate the max

            numbers that the lexie wheel will produce. 

            Example wheel for a 5-39 matrix

            1st cell 0-1

            2nd cell 2-5-8

            3rd cell 3-4-5-7

            4th cell 1-6

            5th cell 2-3-5-7-0

            6th cell 7-9

            the sets will be 2*3*4*2*5*2=480 lines  There is an exception with games where the first digit will effect

            these totals.  For instance, if you set your 6-49 first digit to 1 then the second digits must be 3 or below.

            These types have to be calculated twice and then add the sums together.

            DMP can chew up millions and cut them down to a hand full or even one line., 480 lines are nothing to reduce.

            If we use the run/converter option in t-lex then the sets will be harder to filter using DM because many of the

            sets produced will be very similar so more filters have to be used.  Almost any type of sets will reach a point

            where it's very risky reducing beyond that point.     

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              I don't know is Adam has a good way to make a video.  I will try to make one to show the exact steps

              but it won't include how to select the values.  There is no "one method" that will work for everyone or

              I would have already posted it.  If it's the set/run process your looking for then I can help but I can't

              show you how to select the values for your game.  Anyway, let me know if this is what you are needing.

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                Adam

                Wheeling more than one lexie digit for each cell will always cause a drop in the total lower level prizes.

                This is because the sets selected from all over the matrix instead of a specific area.   This option should

                be used for JP plays and don't expect to hit a bunch of secondary prizes.   It's easy to calculate the max

                numbers that the lexie wheel will produce. 

                Example wheel for a 5-39 matrix

                1st cell 0-1

                2nd cell 2-5-8

                3rd cell 3-4-5-7

                4th cell 1-6

                5th cell 2-3-5-7-0

                6th cell 7-9

                the sets will be 2*3*4*2*5*2=480 lines  There is an exception with games where the first digit will effect

                these totals.  For instance, if you set your 6-49 first digit to 1 then the second digits must be 3 or below.

                These types have to be calculated twice and then add the sums together.

                DMP can chew up millions and cut them down to a hand full or even one line., 480 lines are nothing to reduce.

                If we use the run/converter option in t-lex then the sets will be harder to filter using DM because many of the

                sets produced will be very similar so more filters have to be used.  Almost any type of sets will reach a point

                where it's very risky reducing beyond that point.     

                RL

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                Thanks. I know that putting more than one- correct digit in the wheel will always have a negative effect.

                From my experiments, practice or whatever we call it looks that putting the correct group is sort of optimizing when we are not sure what exact digit should be in that position.

                Reduction is a huge problem, but still I'd call it a bit of a luxury one as first come good selections. Say if in 6 cases out of 10 we have the winner in not so many sets we will hit it once.

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                  Adam,

                  Can you do a YouTube posting of your selection methods a la winsum. You have a good knowledge on how to work the DMP & T-Lex together to achieve maximum results. In the alternative, you can also post at Box.com an MS Word step-by-step instruction. Just a thought. Thanks!

                  I've never done anything like that and have no idea how to go about it. I'm afraid that the word solution isn't worth a penny as most probably it's the thought process or whys that are most interesting to you. And that can only be attempted in something like a video or when sharing a screen.

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                    Adam,

                    Can you do a YouTube posting of your selection methods a la winsum. You have a good knowledge on how to work the DMP & T-Lex together to achieve maximum results. In the alternative, you can also post at Box.com an MS Word step-by-step instruction. Just a thought. Thanks!

                    adulane

                    So again, I have no idea what I need to make a video and how to do it. Moreover do not have the slightest idea how long it would take me to get it done, provided I got wise enough to be able to make it, maybe a couple of weeks maybe more maybe less.

                    Therefore I cannot promise anything.

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                      I don't know is Adam has a good way to make a video.  I will try to make one to show the exact steps

                      but it won't include how to select the values.  There is no "one method" that will work for everyone or

                      I would have already posted it.  If it's the set/run process your looking for then I can help but I can't

                      show you how to select the values for your game.  Anyway, let me know if this is what you are needing.

                      RL

                      Guys,

                      Craig has touched upon a very valid issue " how to select the values for your game". Do not know if you remember my post in which I encouraged you to do a lot of testing and check which game suits you best.

                      After many tests I decided to play 6/49 although the matrix is huge as compared to 5/42, but I do not care.The reason is very simple. I find it much easier to pick good values for digits and groups in that game than in 5/42. I have no way of telling you how it is with your games. Maybe the same, maybe totally different. There is no other way to check it if not by many tests. What may work for me may never work for all of you. So there is not one simple answer to the question " how to do it".

                       

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                        If it's the set/run process your looking for then I can help but I can't show you how to select the values for your game.

                        RL and Adam, what I was asking for is the process of reducing it thru T-lex first and then transferring it to DMP to reduce it further to a manageable 10 lines, etc... Thanks.

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                          That thing is very easy. If you actually use T-lex for lexie generated sets then set your lexie digits and press Run in T-lex. Then Click View and you have all the sets generated by your setup. Next step is Select Edit and then press Ctrl +A. Then open you DMP program press Open-M ( open main file) and copy and paste it. You got it in your main file ready for use in DMP. If you set your DMP filters, groups digits, etc then click RFM and you will get your final sets in Temp file.

                           

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                            My first Mo 6-44 live play using lexie wheel and then DMP to filter down.  The lexie wheel generated

                            432 lines and a few easy DMP filters reduced to 4 lines.  I then opened a couple DMP filters and ran

                            them again and got 14 lines.  MO 6-44 plays 2 lines for $1.00 so $7.00 total.  My best was 2ea 3of6

                            so not to good but not a total bust.  I hit every DMP filter I set but missed in the lexie digit selections.

                            Anyway here are the scans.   Winning set  SAT  08/15/15   04 12 13 22 30 43

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                              My first Mo 6-44 live play using lexie wheel and then DMP to filter down.  The lexie wheel generated

                              432 lines and a few easy DMP filters reduced to 4 lines.  I then opened a couple DMP filters and ran

                              them again and got 14 lines.  MO 6-44 plays 2 lines for $1.00 so $7.00 total.  My best was 2ea 3of6

                              so not to good but not a total bust.  I hit every DMP filter I set but missed in the lexie digit selections.

                              Anyway here are the scans.   Winning set  SAT  08/15/15   04 12 13 22 30 43

                              RL

                              Craig

                               

                              I think it's really good. Yes, lexie digits are a real challange. That's why I try to carefully pick the positions I will play skipping the ones that get me puzzled.

                              I find that setting a couple DMP filters keeps me in play and does ok.

                               

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