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No I am looking where digit 0 hit in consecutive games like 1  1  not 11.  most games we see (1)'s as single hits

where two (1)'s like the 1 1 means that it hit two games in a row.  There are only 2 of these in the data displayed.

The two digit next draw looks like it might provide some good information as to which digits to play but it does not

tell us which positions to play them.  I am thinking of adding another 2 number analysis that is position specific.

You might remember this program from the old dos-version of DM but I built several over the years and don't remember

if I ever sent you a copy.  It use to consist of 3 or 4 different 16-bit programs.   Also remember that the data is collected

in a non-standard way so it's hard to compare it against the game database.  I also have a DMP version shown below

I will send you but not sure if it's compatible with your version of DMP.   I am thinking of making one for P-3 and P-4

games as well.  Teresa is testing the lexie version for me and will see how it does over the next couple games.  I figure

she is the most familiar with the concept.

 

The DMP version look the same, just bigger

Craig

Ok, you mean back to back hits and not just hits at skip 1. Probably you are right looking at it this way.

I do not think I had this program you mentioned. What I do remember is that you said that Teresa liked to use that kind of data for her good choices.

 

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    Looks like number 7 and 41 and maybe 39  have a good chance of showing in the next MO 6-44 game but that's based

    on looking at one pair.  This does not work every time.

    RL

    Funny coincidence these are the 2  numbers I decided to play for my 5/42 game tonite.

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      The skips will never be zero because the way the data is complied but a skip of 1 is really a 0 skip.

      When the data is collected it pulls out all the lines that meet the search so there are no lines between.

      A single counter is used and the skips are stored in an array.  In the final stage the program goes

      through the results and adjust the skips.  Lets say that the raw skip data is something like below.

      10-15-22-30-41-50-51 etc...

      15-10 = 5

      22-15 = 7

      30-22 = 8

      41-30 = 9

      50-41 = 9

      51-50 = 1

      The results are printed as 5 7 8 9 9 1 etc,,,  The next number in the string will always be higher then the

      one before it so zero is not possible.  Doing it this way makes it easier to process without having to do

      any math in my head. LOL

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        Adam

        The skips will never be zero because the way the data is complied but a skip of 1 is really a 0 skip.

        When the data is collected it pulls out all the lines that meet the search so there are no lines between.

        A single counter is used and the skips are stored in an array.  In the final stage the program goes

        through the results and adjust the skips.  Lets say that the raw skip data is something like below.

        10-15-22-30-41-50-51 etc...

        15-10 = 5

        22-15 = 7

        30-22 = 8

        41-30 = 9

        50-41 = 9

        51-50 = 1

        The results are printed as 5 7 8 9 9 1 etc,,,  The next number in the string will always be higher then the

        one before it so zero is not possible.  Doing it this way makes it easier to process without having to do

        any math in my head. LOL

        RL

        Craig

        Thanks, it's absolutely clear.

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          Guys

          I think it can be done. That's the setup I did last night though I didn't play simply didn't make it to the retailer's to get the tickets.lexie 2lexi1

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            Wow very impressive Adam, a 2 instead of the 3 and you would have got the JP in just 8 sets !!!! CONGRATULATION.

            I don't recall having the " DMP-Lexi " is it pretty much the same than the T-Lex " Wheel " ?

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              Wow very impressive Adam, a 2 instead of the 3 and you would have got the JP in just 8 sets !!!! CONGRATULATION.

              I don't recall having the " DMP-Lexi " is it pretty much the same than the T-Lex " Wheel " ?

              frenchie

              Thanks.

              Yes, the wheel is the same, no difference.

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                If I were to give one piece of advice I'd say do not focus on hits alone as the draw order turns out to be equally important. Hits alone may easily lead you astray.

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                  Wow very impressive Adam, a 2 instead of the 3 and you would have got the JP in just 8 sets !!!! CONGRATULATION.

                  I don't recall having the " DMP-Lexi " is it pretty much the same than the T-Lex " Wheel " ?

                  1.  Click the Reset button to clear any previous filter settings a sets

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                    2. Click Select-G button to select your game.  Make sure your game history is current.  Click the erase button to clear any previous sets.

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                      3. Click the Wheel button

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                        4.  Click the Clear button to clear any previous Lexi selections from Pos-1 through Pos-5 (or Pos-6 for 6 number games)

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                          5. Enter P-2 Position 2 Lexi selection(s).  I skipped P-1 Position 1 Lexi since their are only 2 possible numbers 0 and 1 for the PA Treasure Hunt 5/30 game.

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                            6. Enter P-3 Position 3 Lexi selection(s)

                            Pos 3

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                              7. Enter P-4 Position 4 Lexi selections

                              Pos4

                                 
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