|Posted: December 5, 2015, 10:47 am - IP Logged|
All the recent stuff was added to give users more than one option to select the digits. I personally prefer the steps
because many of them hit in runs of same values. In my last 5-39 game 11 of the 18 step values repeated from the
previous game. Four of the six values that changed were step-1's. It's amazing to me how many step values repeat
from game to game and that the step-1 values are most likely to change.
I mentioned this before but I think if people would study the steps in this manner and come up with a few base patterns
and then use the steps tool to fill in the blanks they would see a overall improvement. Going through every step, every
game is boring and puts one on the fast track to burnout.
Lets say that a person has a play budget of 5 lines per day and understands the concepts then I recommend trying the
following. First run the new same/change option and print the page out. Setting the font to (courier new) and font size
to 11 will allow everything to print on one page. Study this data looking for something to use as a step template. We
can build however many we need to reach our play budget and each one will be a bit different. Leave one step in each
_s s _s s _s s _s s _s s _s s
Now using the step tool go through and select the open step values. Here it would mean picking all 6 step-1 values but
the your base patterns will be different. Changing even one value will change the numbers generated in the final process
so don't think you are using too many of the same value. With a bit of studying one can build some good templates to use
and they should be good for many games. Look at the same/change data before each game as you may see something
that would lead you to changing a base value.
Think of it as letting the lottery come to you rather than you predicting the lottery. Once you have your templates don't
give up on them. The lines produced using the same template over and over will produce different lines/numbers every
game. T-Lex is a JP software and was not intended to win more lower level prizes.
Here is a list for the same/change totals for the last ten 5-39 games
1 11 7
2 10 8
3 12 6
4 9 9
5 7 11
6 10 8
7 11 7
8 10 8
9 10 8
10 8 10
Study the data making counts that can be applied to the templates you build. Build a few using different counts for
the number of same/change so to give the best coverage and allow yourself the option to make a few edits in the
Once you work with the steps for a while then you should be able to do the conversions to lexie digits in you head so
that the steps tool is only used to select the change values.