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lottoburg

 

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

position open.

 

Simple Example

_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

        Same           Change

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

final selections.

P.S.

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.

RL

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    Hi, RL:

    Thanks for your smart instructions!

    Your T-Lex program indeed is different from the others in the current lotto market.

    I do hope your program would be the best system which can beat the lotto games really in the world!

    I will learn your great software further and focus on the 5/39 game to make some backtests.

    Any results I will post here. Looking forward to your smart instructions again.

    Thanks for your sincere help and nice sharing!!!

    Happy Holidays,

    lb

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      Here are the counts for the total number of step values that changed for 999 games.

      Notice that 8,9,10,11 and 12 account for close to 75% of all games,  9 and 10 combined

      account for close to 40%. 

      RL 

      change totals

      1 = 0
         2 = 0
         3 = 0
         4 = 6
         5 = 14
         6 = 46
         7 = 95
         8 = 115
         9 = 189
         10 = 193
         11 = 137
         12 = 119
         13 = 58
         14 = 17
         15 = 7
         16 = 3
         17 = 0
         18 = 0

       

      Same totals

       1 = 0
       2 = 3
       3 = 7
       4 = 17
       5 = 58
       6 = 119
       7 = 137
       8 = 193
       9 = 189
       10 = 115
       11 = 95
       12 = 46
       13 = 14
       14 = 6
       15 = 0
       16 = 0
       17 = 0
       18 = 0

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        Here are the counts for the total number of step values that changed for 999 games.

        Notice that 8,9,10,11 and 12 account for close to 75% of all games,  9 and 10 combined

        account for close to 40%. 

        RL 

        change totals

        1 = 0
           2 = 0
           3 = 0
           4 = 6
           5 = 14
           6 = 46
           7 = 95
           8 = 115
           9 = 189
           10 = 193
           11 = 137
           12 = 119
           13 = 58
           14 = 17
           15 = 7
           16 = 3
           17 = 0
           18 = 0

         

        Same totals

         1 = 0
         2 = 3
         3 = 7
         4 = 17
         5 = 58
         6 = 119
         7 = 137
         8 = 193
         9 = 189
         10 = 115
         11 = 95
         12 = 46
         13 = 14
         14 = 6
         15 = 0
         16 = 0
         17 = 0
         18 = 0

        Craig

        One thing I wanted to ask referring to steps 2&3 s/c. Do you find better looking at pairs of them for positions or piece by piece? In other words say SS or S only?

        Thanks

        Adam

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          I use a mixture of 1 2 and 3.   The same change is becoming my most used analysis tool.

          Teresa and I decided to learn playing the daily games and so far making some good choices.

          Last night we hit 2 digits in both games and in the correct positions.  We had a P-3 straight 

          but played another line in it's place, my bad.

          I decided to use the smaller games to learn on then go back to the number games.  Pick-3 is

          like playing half my 5-39 as it only has 3 digits.  We play $.50 straight and 2 lines on P-3 and

          up to 4-lines on P-4 so the cost is low.   Have you found it easier to pin down the digits?  We 

          seem to be hitting more digits far more often.   I posted the scans below, I did not win but I

          feel that with a little more work I can start hitting a couple times a week.  We have gotten a

          couple 3 of 4 on p-4 playing on paper so I figure it's just a matter of time.   

           

          RL

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            Adam

            I use a mixture of 1 2 and 3.   The same change is becoming my most used analysis tool.

            Teresa and I decided to learn playing the daily games and so far making some good choices.

            Last night we hit 2 digits in both games and in the correct positions.  We had a P-3 straight 

            but played another line in it's place, my bad.

            I decided to use the smaller games to learn on then go back to the number games.  Pick-3 is

            like playing half my 5-39 as it only has 3 digits.  We play $.50 straight and 2 lines on P-3 and

            up to 4-lines on P-4 so the cost is low.   Have you found it easier to pin down the digits?  We 

            seem to be hitting more digits far more often.   I posted the scans below, I did not win but I

            feel that with a little more work I can start hitting a couple times a week.  We have gotten a

            couple 3 of 4 on p-4 playing on paper so I figure it's just a matter of time.   

             

            RL

            Hi RL,

            I truly admire your analytical approach in data crunching, though the concepts behind is well understood, am just overwhelm by the graphics and numerous tabs(I may be getting old). I suggest you focus on only 'FRONT' pairs for P3 and P4, this will remove a lot of filters and conditions.

              The format is 10P3  (1000), Front Pair reduces picks to 10 for straight bets.

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              Try something like this.  Break down the list into groups of 2 or 3 positions then looking only at those

              positions make a total change/same count.   For the example below I am using the first 2 positions for

              my 5-39.  Just write down the change value to the right of position B.   Next try to pick 2 values that look

              the best to either repeat=s or change=c.   Next try to predict the total c's that will show in the next game.

              Once you have this value then your choices for the rest are limited.  Lets say that you think that Lex-A

              step-2 will change and Lex-B step-3 will be the same. 

              lex A     Lex B

              _ C _    _ _ S

               

              Lex A    Lex B

              --------------
              2 2 1    1 2 1
              --------------

              c s s    c s c       c=3   <- count only the c values for the 2 positions. 
              s s c    c s s       c=2      and write them out to the right or even between
              s s c    c s s       c=2      the two positions would work better.
              c s s    s s c       c=2
              s c c    c s s       c=3
              c s c    c c s       c=4
              s c s    s s c       c=2
              s c s    c c c       c=4   
              s s s    c s s       c=1
              s c s    c s s       c=2
              c c s    c c s       c=4 

              Now lets say that you believe the total c will be 2.  Looking at the above you see that we have used up one

              of the c's so now you only to place one more C and then mark the rest as S =same.  It's normally easy to find

              a couple steps out of 2 positions so mark them first.   You may be asking what if we think the total c count will

              be either 2 or 3, simple, do a workout for both.   Use the steps bias and other tools to help you pin down a few

              steps values and it does not matter which.   Keep in mind that Step-1 has 3 possible choices so it's more likely

              to change overall.   Work your way through all the positions and work each one in the same manner.  You might

              even work A and B then do B and C and compare the results.   If Step-1 is believed to be a C then you still have

              to decide which digit to play but if C is step-2 or step-3 then just switch to the other digit.  What this amounts to

              is finding a couple key digits then applying the total c value then the rest are just fill in the blank without needing

              to analyze them.   This method is based on the c value chosen.  Hit that value and the rest is all down hill.  If working

              2 positions does not work out well try using 3.  I find that if more than 3 are used then the total c value is harder

              to predict.  This won't work every time but it seems to do far better than going through all the position/steps and

              looking at every value.  Like I said if in doubt, make 2 choices for the c value and then wheel the results.   Think of it

              as working from both ends.  Note!  Don't forget that step values 112 and 321 are not possible and if applied can

              also cut down on the possible choices for filling in the blanks.

               

              Hope this helps.

              RL

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                adobea

                I think there are many little tidbits that can help, we just have to find them.  I feel I am so close on the

                daily games I can taste it.  We get 2 digits in the correct positions almost every attempt but I am never

                sure which 2.   I added the same/change to the DMP-DG version but have not had a chance to build a

                install and upload it yet.  I will try to get it up in the next couple days.   I am sure it has a version of the

                steps already so mostly it's just adding the printouts.

                RL

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                  adobea

                  If one were to apply the previous post to a pick-3 and then work on both the front and back pair and

                  cover the missing position, I think there would be a good chance of hitting on 20 lines.   I don't expect

                  it to work every time but I am sure if done correctly the wins would come on a regular basis.   I also

                  think it will do well working on the lexie.  I have never played the daily games and would say that I

                  have not purchased $100 in tickets in the last 30 years.  I kind of regret not studying these games

                  more.

                  Bang Head

                  RL

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                    adobea

                    If one were to apply the previous post to a pick-3 and then work on both the front and back pair and

                    cover the missing position, I think there would be a good chance of hitting on 20 lines.   I don't expect

                    it to work every time but I am sure if done correctly the wins would come on a regular basis.   I also

                    think it will do well working on the lexie.  I have never played the daily games and would say that I

                    have not purchased $100 in tickets in the last 30 years.  I kind of regret not studying these games

                    more.

                    Bang Head

                    RL

                    rl anewyork has a excel in the folder of systems that track the p3 and p4 i use this but made changes as he used the first 4 hottest numbers per position so i changed that and he only tracked 20 games i track 100 i play the boxed and had 4 hits this week and only bye 5 tickets each draw. there is a set of 6 numbers in there that i use. i pick 2 of those with 1 that is missing from that group. check it out tinker with it and you can see how they hit.

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                      Thanks but I only play straight, a box hit just don't pay enough to peak my interest.  Sounds like you

                      have a good system though, keep it up. 

                      RL

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                        that system is for str8s and when i play i only play 5 tickets but run them four times for 320.00 cost 20.00 just thought it may help you nail it.

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                          Adam

                          Try something like this.  Break down the list into groups of 2 or 3 positions then looking only at those

                          positions make a total change/same count.   For the example below I am using the first 2 positions for

                          my 5-39.  Just write down the change value to the right of position B.   Next try to pick 2 values that look

                          the best to either repeat=s or change=c.   Next try to predict the total c's that will show in the next game.

                          Once you have this value then your choices for the rest are limited.  Lets say that you think that Lex-A

                          step-2 will change and Lex-B step-3 will be the same. 

                          lex A     Lex B

                          _ C _    _ _ S

                           

                          Lex A    Lex B

                          --------------
                          2 2 1    1 2 1
                          --------------

                          c s s    c s c       c=3   <- count only the c values for the 2 positions. 
                          s s c    c s s       c=2      and write them out to the right or even between
                          s s c    c s s       c=2      the two positions would work better.
                          c s s    s s c       c=2
                          s c c    c s s       c=3
                          c s c    c c s       c=4
                          s c s    s s c       c=2
                          s c s    c c c       c=4   
                          s s s    c s s       c=1
                          s c s    c s s       c=2
                          c c s    c c s       c=4 

                          Now lets say that you believe the total c will be 2.  Looking at the above you see that we have used up one

                          of the c's so now you only to place one more C and then mark the rest as S =same.  It's normally easy to find

                          a couple steps out of 2 positions so mark them first.   You may be asking what if we think the total c count will

                          be either 2 or 3, simple, do a workout for both.   Use the steps bias and other tools to help you pin down a few

                          steps values and it does not matter which.   Keep in mind that Step-1 has 3 possible choices so it's more likely

                          to change overall.   Work your way through all the positions and work each one in the same manner.  You might

                          even work A and B then do B and C and compare the results.   If Step-1 is believed to be a C then you still have

                          to decide which digit to play but if C is step-2 or step-3 then just switch to the other digit.  What this amounts to

                          is finding a couple key digits then applying the total c value then the rest are just fill in the blank without needing

                          to analyze them.   This method is based on the c value chosen.  Hit that value and the rest is all down hill.  If working

                          2 positions does not work out well try using 3.  I find that if more than 3 are used then the total c value is harder

                          to predict.  This won't work every time but it seems to do far better than going through all the position/steps and

                          looking at every value.  Like I said if in doubt, make 2 choices for the c value and then wheel the results.   Think of it

                          as working from both ends.  Note!  Don't forget that step values 112 and 321 are not possible and if applied can

                          also cut down on the possible choices for filling in the blanks.

                           

                          Hope this helps.

                          RL

                          Craig

                          Thanks I will give it a try to see if it can work ok for me.

                          Adam

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                            adobea

                            If one were to apply the previous post to a pick-3 and then work on both the front and back pair and

                            cover the missing position, I think there would be a good chance of hitting on 20 lines.   I don't expect

                            it to work every time but I am sure if done correctly the wins would come on a regular basis.   I also

                            think it will do well working on the lexie.  I have never played the daily games and would say that I

                            have not purchased $100 in tickets in the last 30 years.  I kind of regret not studying these games

                            more.

                            Bang Head

                            RL

                            Limit your analysis to just front pairs, don't try to cover missing digits, the pool will take care of doubles and missing digits, eg if my front is 12x with the picks 120-121-122-123-124-125-126-127-128-129, 50cent straight bet is cost effective after 10 draws, why? The cost of $50 is still below the prize tag $250.

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                              NMD & adobea

                              Thanks MO pays $300 for pick-3 and $6K for pick-4

                              RL

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