I uploaded a full install for now and will work on a patch/upgrade but not sure what all needs to be
included to ensure everything will work properly in a patch. This install includes updated databases
winsum sent me. Updated to 12-02-15
To run the new tool after installing, open T-lex then press letter (A) on the keyboard
Full install download link
Note! 1. Un-install old version first.
Note! 2. You will need reload / add your games using game manager. Press (H) to view instructions.
This install has the new analysis tool. The tool offers 4 pre-programmed analysis that can be used to help
with lexie digit selections. This tool is a spin-off of another program that was used to help select actual
lottery numbers and as such I have not had much time to test it against lexie digits.
Option 1 = P-D-N-D Positional digit next draw.
This analysis searches the history for past games looking only for games with the same digit as the last
game by position. It then collects the value that showed in next game. You can adjust the position which
will be searched by pressing the [next pos] or [prev pos] buttons. The current position under search and
option being used is shown in the bottom border. The program shows the results in the following format.
D = digit
Hit = number of hits
g/o = current games out
avg = average skips between hits
Skips = skip to skip
Note! The g/0 value is the current skip.
Note! The total hit value will always be 1 greater then the total skips displayed. This is because it takes two hits
to calculate a skip. It takes a hit value greater than 2 before any skips will be displayed. I mention this because
you will see results where hit = 2 but no skips values are shown other than the g/o. This is true for all options so
don't report this as an error.
Option 2. A-P-N-D = all positions next digit
This option is similar to option except that the program records all the digits that hit in the next game without regard
to the values position in the next game data. The position is specific in the search but the results are gathered without
regard for position.
Option 3. T-D-P-H = Two digit positional hits
This option works the same way as the first option but searches two lexie digits by position then reports the values
that hit in the same two positions in the next game. There can are very few results with this option but many times
the results will show a greater hit rate for a couple values.
Note! the totals are gathered for 2 positions so be aware of this. Lets say that the first 2 lexie digits under search
are pro lexie positions 1&2, digits 2 and 6. The results could be applied to either or both positions 1 and or 2.
Option 4 Two number Next draw
This option is not position specific and returns the hits based on the positions selected. Lets say that lexie digit positions
1 and 2 are selected. Each time the program finds a game in the history with the positional same values then it records all
values that showed in the next game.
For all options the [Next pos] and [Prev pos] buttons will calculate the positions for you so you can scroll through them
for both the single or two digit searches. You can see in a glance which values are being searched by looking at the info
in the bottom border of the program. The value\s being searched are also highlighted in green in the (D) digit column.
Note! the (D) digit, highlighted values may or may not be in the order that they are being searched when in either option
2 or 3 is used so be aware of this.
This is not a predictor but another analysis tool and I can't instruct you how to use the data as I have not had time to see
how well what works. The Idea would be to play the top hitting values based on the games out, average skips etc...
The 5th option C-H-S-L = Check hits same line.
This option allows the user to input the digits they intend to play one at a time and kind of do a cross reference search. The
program searches the history looking for the digit selected. This is positional specific for the digit being searched but records
all the digits that hit within the same line. You can move through the positions using the [Next pos] or [Prev pos] buttons and
maybe get a good idea of which position the value would be best played.
Note! The value selected is stored until the user selects another digit value. To select a new digit value R-click the [C-H-S-L] button
and the program will then prompt the user to input as new value.
Again, this is almost as new for me as it will be for you so I can't offer much in how to use this data. The wife loved the number version
of this tool and could often pick 2 or 3 numbers correct in a single line. She worked out her methods by tracking the data and then
applying what se observed to her selections. She would make a chart and write down the values she thought had the right avg and
skips along with the overall hits. It takes some time to figure out the best way to use this data and again I must mention that it is
new to apply it to the lexie digits. Last night using the A-P-N-D option she got 4 out of 6 lexie digits and a 3of6 hit which is not that
good but not bad for first live play.
Anyway, I hope this is enough information to try it on your own. It may or may not offer any real advantage but I think it's worth