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Posted: September 14, 2015, 4:15 pm - IP Logged

ok here is a link to video of my spreadsheet it is poor quality as my camera seems to be missing cord so i used an old webcam i think you can see what is going on hope this answers some questions https://youtu.be/FQmA-VQSUNE 

sorry for the poor quality if i find my camera cord i can redo this but for my first ever video at least i got it to work.

Notmyday,

Thank you for that video it's a big help.

Frenchie.

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    RL i think you have done a great job looking at them one at a time is what i do just my spreadsheet just showed everything looks like you nailed it i will lok forward to it. thanks.

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      Hi guys

      Here are two links, the first is to download the T-lex patch.  This is not a full install and is for

      users that already have T-lex installed.  The patch will just replace the T-lex.exe file and no

      other changes are made.

      https://app.box.com/s/zwntsx8qo74d5qiyl662r4jtw8gikngp

      The second link is to a small video I made on how to use the new option.  Watch the video

      as it will cover the NMD analysis tool and will also cut down on questions on how to use it.

      https://app.box.com/s/h0sdqkbvgbv9mu6k3lzk3rrwfm8n9jrh

      Now maybe we can all start winning like notmyday.

      Party

      RL

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        Posted: September 15, 2015, 2:46 am - IP Logged

        Hi guys

        Here are two links, the first is to download the T-lex patch.  This is not a full install and is for

        users that already have T-lex installed.  The patch will just replace the T-lex.exe file and no

        other changes are made.

        https://app.box.com/s/zwntsx8qo74d5qiyl662r4jtw8gikngp

        The second link is to a small video I made on how to use the new option.  Watch the video

        as it will cover the NMD analysis tool and will also cut down on questions on how to use it.

        https://app.box.com/s/h0sdqkbvgbv9mu6k3lzk3rrwfm8n9jrh

        Now maybe we can all start winning like notmyday.

        Party

        RL

        Thanks RL!!!!!!!

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          Posted: September 15, 2015, 8:10 am - IP Logged

          Hi guys

          Here are two links, the first is to download the T-lex patch.  This is not a full install and is for

          users that already have T-lex installed.  The patch will just replace the T-lex.exe file and no

          other changes are made.

          https://app.box.com/s/zwntsx8qo74d5qiyl662r4jtw8gikngp

          The second link is to a small video I made on how to use the new option.  Watch the video

          as it will cover the NMD analysis tool and will also cut down on questions on how to use it.

          https://app.box.com/s/h0sdqkbvgbv9mu6k3lzk3rrwfm8n9jrh

          Now maybe we can all start winning like notmyday.

          Party

          RL

          Thanks a lot.

          Adam

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            notmyday,

             

            Here similar to steps program the single most important decision is to choose a group from which the digits will come. I wanted to ask you one question only. What is or are the biggest decision driver(s) making you opt for one specific group?

            Thanks.

             

            Adam

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              Adam

              From watching his video I thinks he starts with the one that looks best from the last 20 games.

              Next he then checks the games out for each of the digits in that group.  If two digits have the

              same number of hits then he looks at the one that is out the longest.  If the games out are more

              than +/- 2 or 3 of there average then he may start looking at another group.  There is a certain

              amount of gut instinct but his basic analysis is very close to what I use. 

              I will add this, when looking at the overall hit/games-out and the pair-sums hit/games-out you

              may notice that many times there are around 4 or so digits that are very cold and have not hit

              for quite some time.  I like to exclude these and stick with what has been hitting best over the

              short term.   This does not always work because at some point those cold digits will hit. 

              I added the tool to my version of the lexie program and I think I will add a bias search for the 

              group data.  If it seems to help then I will add it to the T-lex.  If we were able to nail down the

              group for each lex position then we are way ahead in the game.   Wheeling 2 digits in each cell

              for my 5-39 will produce a total of 64 unfiltered lines.  Not a bad amount to work with and even

              more so if using DMP to filter.  The auto filter should do very well with that type of setup also.

              RL

              Working on my Ph.D.  "University of hard Knocks"

              I will consider the opinion that my winnings are a product of chance if you are willing to consider

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

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                Posted: September 15, 2015, 9:28 am - IP Logged

                Adam

                From watching his video I thinks he starts with the one that looks best from the last 20 games.

                Next he then checks the games out for each of the digits in that group.  If two digits have the

                same number of hits then he looks at the one that is out the longest.  If the games out are more

                than +/- 2 or 3 of there average then he may start looking at another group.  There is a certain

                amount of gut instinct but his basic analysis is very close to what I use. 

                I will add this, when looking at the overall hit/games-out and the pair-sums hit/games-out you

                may notice that many times there are around 4 or so digits that are very cold and have not hit

                for quite some time.  I like to exclude these and stick with what has been hitting best over the

                short term.   This does not always work because at some point those cold digits will hit. 

                I added the tool to my version of the lexie program and I think I will add a bias search for the 

                group data.  If it seems to help then I will add it to the T-lex.  If we were able to nail down the

                group for each lex position then we are way ahead in the game.   Wheeling 2 digits in each cell

                for my 5-39 will produce a total of 64 unfiltered lines.  Not a bad amount to work with and even

                more so if using DMP to filter.  The auto filter should do very well with that type of setup also.

                RL

                Craig,

                 

                Thanks. That's the thing I'm not sure about if one can ever be sure. The decision as to the group to pick is the most vital one. If there's a good way to it then we'd be well on the road.

                 

                Adam

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                  Craig

                  I've noticed something in the sums in my 5/42 first position. The last sum presented is 09 while we could have much more than this for example 14 if digit 7 was followed by another 7. Is it ok?

                   

                  sums

                   

                  Thanks

                   

                  Adam

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                    Adam

                    I don't know but it seems possible.  I am still trying to learn how the data flows game to game.

                    RL

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

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                      Adam

                      I don't know but it seems possible.  I am still trying to learn how the data flows game to game.

                      RL

                      ok, thanks.

                      I was also wondering to what extent better hitting pairs or triples could be helpful in digit setups. I have no idea at all.

                       

                      Adam

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                        Master zip file Database files for T-Lex

                        https://copy.com/J3RGBBCVXpk7wbeD

                         

                        Instructions:  Florida Fantasy 536 Game

                        Open T-Lex program.  Make sure the Game that is the active game is NOT the Florida 536 game.  You should NOT see the FL5360.txt located at the bottom of the T-Lex window.  If the Florida 536 game is the current game you will need to select another game.  Click Select-G > select another game text file.

                        Close the T-Lex program if open.

                        Download the "Master" zip file from the link above.  Place the downloaded zip file in the T-Lex folder.  Normally C:\T-Lex

                        Open the C:\T-Lex folder

                        You should see a sub-folder "Master"

                        The "Master" sub-folder is where all the updated files should go.  So unzip the contents of the "Master" zip file (above link) the your Master sub-folder.

                        Open the Master folder and you should see additional sub-folders for different countries.

                        Open your countries sub-folder.  For example, if you live in the U.S. you would open the sub-folder "United States"

                        Next, open your states game folder.  For example, Florida folder.

                        Inside the Florida folder you should see all the Lottery Games for Florida.  Fantasy 5 36, etc.

                        Open the folder Fantasy 5 36 folder and you should see the text file FL5360.TXT.  Double-click the FL5360.TXT file to open it and make sure the most current drawing is at the top which should be:

                        MON  09/14/15   06 08 10 19 34

                        Close the FL5360.TXT file.

                        Copy and Paste the FL5360.TXT file into the "Games" folder located in the C:\T-Lex folder.  If you have an existing FL5360.TXT file you will need to replace it.

                        Open the T-Lex program

                        Click Select-G button (top right hand corner)

                        Double-click the FL5360.TXT file.

                        You should now have the Florida Fantasy 536 game loaded in T-Lex

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                          Master zip file Database files for T-Lex

                          https://copy.com/J3RGBBCVXpk7wbeD

                           

                          Instructions:  Florida Fantasy 536 Game

                          Open T-Lex program.  Make sure the Game that is the active game is NOT the Florida 536 game.  You should NOT see the FL5360.txt located at the bottom of the T-Lex window.  If the Florida 536 game is the current game you will need to select another game.  Click Select-G > select another game text file.

                          Close the T-Lex program if open.

                          Download the "Master" zip file from the link above.  Place the downloaded zip file in the T-Lex folder.  Normally C:\T-Lex

                          Open the C:\T-Lex folder

                          You should see a sub-folder "Master"

                          The "Master" sub-folder is where all the updated files should go.  So unzip the contents of the "Master" zip file (above link) the your Master sub-folder.

                          Open the Master folder and you should see additional sub-folders for different countries.

                          Open your countries sub-folder.  For example, if you live in the U.S. you would open the sub-folder "United States"

                          Next, open your states game folder.  For example, Florida folder.

                          Inside the Florida folder you should see all the Lottery Games for Florida.  Fantasy 5 36, etc.

                          Open the folder Fantasy 5 36 folder and you should see the text file FL5360.TXT.  Double-click the FL5360.TXT file to open it and make sure the most current drawing is at the top which should be:

                          MON  09/14/15   06 08 10 19 34

                          Close the FL5360.TXT file.

                          Copy and Paste the FL5360.TXT file into the "Games" folder located in the C:\T-Lex folder.  If you have an existing FL5360.TXT file you will need to replace it.

                          Open the T-Lex program

                          Click Select-G button (top right hand corner)

                          Double-click the FL5360.TXT file.

                          You should now have the Florida Fantasy 536 game loaded in T-Lex

                          Put together a video on how to use the Master zip file.

                          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCCTyF0sbys

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                            Adam

                            From watching his video I thinks he starts with the one that looks best from the last 20 games.

                            Next he then checks the games out for each of the digits in that group.  If two digits have the

                            same number of hits then he looks at the one that is out the longest.  If the games out are more

                            than +/- 2 or 3 of there average then he may start looking at another group.  There is a certain

                            amount of gut instinct but his basic analysis is very close to what I use. 

                            I will add this, when looking at the overall hit/games-out and the pair-sums hit/games-out you

                            may notice that many times there are around 4 or so digits that are very cold and have not hit

                            for quite some time.  I like to exclude these and stick with what has been hitting best over the

                            short term.   This does not always work because at some point those cold digits will hit. 

                            I added the tool to my version of the lexie program and I think I will add a bias search for the 

                            group data.  If it seems to help then I will add it to the T-lex.  If we were able to nail down the

                            group for each lex position then we are way ahead in the game.   Wheeling 2 digits in each cell

                            for my 5-39 will produce a total of 64 unfiltered lines.  Not a bad amount to work with and even

                            more so if using DMP to filter.  The auto filter should do very well with that type of setup also.

                            RL

                            thanks RL you nailed his question and thanks for making it part of the program the more you use this tool the better everyone will get i also put one together for the p3 and won 500 as it is intended for str8 picks only. same group concept just it is actual digits and only three columns.

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                              RL,

                              Thank you very much for this update, very nice work.

                              Please don't give up on the " Steps " to me it is one of the best feature.

                              Frenchie.

                                 
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