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Posted: January 5, 2016, 9:10 am - IP Logged

Winsum, thanks for your response. I live in Massachusetts. MA, NY, CT, VT, NH.

If I gain enough confidence wih the DPM program I'd like to try T-Lex, because as you may know Massachusetts has the Daily 5/35 that pays $100.000 But, that remains to be seen.

Thanks, John

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    John

    Sorry for the delay getting back to you.  Looks like winsum has offered to provide you the updated databases.

    Your 5-35 sounds like the cat's meow and if I can offer one bit of advice it would be to settle on one game and

    stick to it.  They all look the same when dealing with digits but each one has it's own little quirks and moving

    around between different games spells disaster.  I started playing the P-4 for a few weeks and then returned

    to my 5-39 and last night missed 90% of my choices.  I was confident in my choices and was thinking I had at

    least a couple 3of5's in my 5 lines.  T-lex is a beast when it comes to learning how the data flows but if you stick

    with a single game you will reach a point where it comes kind of natural.  Here is another tip, it's natural to want

    to expand your selections to throw a bigger loop but this IMHO is another mistake.   Make solid choices and then

    stick to them.  Playing more lines is not the answer and I suggest generating one line at a time and focus on the

    first 3 or 4 digits.  In some games it's OK to skip the first digit and focus on the 2nd to 5th kind of like Adam is doing

    but with your 5-35 you max lexie is 324623 so the first digit choices are 0,1,2 and 3.  Hitting the first 3 digits in this

    game will give you a very good shot at a 3of5 with odds of 1 in 325.  I think very few will stick with it long enough

    to do well so consider yourself warned, it's a tough row to hoe.   The first four digits give you odds of 1 in 3247 for

    the 5-35 and the filter-2 will reduce the 100 lines down to less than 10 many games for a 4of5 hit.  3247/10000

    is 32% so compared to a daily P-4 game your working with around 2/3 fewer lines.  The Filter-2 option can and does

    trap the 5of5 from time to time but a 4of5 is guaranteed if you hit the first 4 lexie digits.  Play on paper at first and

    always check any mistakes you may have made after the drawing which can help you improve your play.   One of the

    hardest things we must do is forget our preconceived notions and trust the data.  It's a common thing for me and

    I suspect for many others to try and make the data support what we think will hit.  This is a bad, very bad thing to

    do and accounts for most losses.  Make small changes to the way you analyze the data looking for improvements as

    you go.  Do hand workouts whenever possible as this seems to produce better choices then just looking at a computer

    screen. 

       

    RL

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      Hi all

      I have been working on a set of tools for the S/C option.  It's still in the works and will most likely be a

      stand-alone add-on for T-Lex.  I am not sure yet what all to include but right now it offers a basic analysis

      for the S/C data.  I also added the ability to set the step-1 values to W=wild, S=same, C=change and for

      the brave the option to select a digit value of 1, 2 or 3.  This allows for pinning down the digit when a C

      is expected in step-1.   Anyway, just wanted to give a update and may be adding a few more tools to aid

      in our digit selections.  The pic below shows my streamlined version of the lexie program which is what I

      use to test stuff but the new tool will look similar.

      RL

       

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        Posted: January 5, 2016, 12:13 pm - IP Logged

        Here is the updated Mass 5/35 text file

        https://copy.com/2RddQoJgWRzm3vSH

        If you have T-Lex open and your current game is the MA535 game you will need to change to  another game.

        Copy the text file above into the T-Lex "Games" folder and change the game back to the MA535 game.

        Not sure what other files you needed other than this one.

        As RL mentioned just play 1 game.

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          Also toying around with a step-sum tool to help narrow down the choices.  Digit-1 has a step-sum of 111=3

          and digit-7 has a step-sum 311=5.  The sum values range from 3 to 6 and sum 5 seems to hit most often but

          there are 4 digits with a step-sum of 5. 

          RL

           

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            Another pic showing the SC history for the last 34 games color coded.  Another one of the wife's ideas.

            Kind of pretty but not sure it will be much use.  Top row is lexie position 1 and bottom row is position 6 for

            my 5-39.

            sc color

            Same data but for my 6-44

            sc6

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              Notice in the 6-44 data above the number of  CCS hits in each game, there were 4 in the last game and 8 games back 5 of the 7

              were CCS.   CCS seems to be hot right now in this game.  Also in the last 20 games SCS has only hit 3 times,  these are the small

              differences that make playing more than one game a problem.

              RL

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                I thought that perhaps a couple of screen shots might cast some light on the way I look at steps.

                The last screen is the baseline. The rest show the values after highlighting 1,2 and 3 first values. Do not look at those 1's in column where the all the step values for step1-3  should be entered as I forgot to delete them. What is important here for the first value highlighted is the draw order of value 1 and 3. Value 1 though hits more than value 3 has a higher draw order than value 3. For me its one of the focal points. In screen shot with 2 highlighted values you can see that the difference between the more hitting value of 2 and 3 has diminished. In screen shot with 3 highlighted values the value of 3 beats the value of 2 hands down. For me step 1 value will be 3 for 90%. With step 2 and 3 values it's a bit different as only 2 are competing with each other but you have to look at the baseline and proportion of hits as you go along highlighting values.

                Adam

                 

                 

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                  Adam

                  Thanks for the tip, most of my misses are tied to step-1.  It's important to offset some values and adjust them before

                  making a final selection.  It's hard to write in detail how to move back and forth within the analysis because it kind of

                  spider webs into many sub-analysis within the same data set.  It can get to the point that it's too much to hold in my

                  head so I find myself cutting it short the deeper I go into the setup.  I wish I could code all these little observations into

                  a single set of data that was easy to view.  This is the type of data analysis I shoot for in my prediction tools but here

                  again the data points are so vast it's very difficult to go back and make all the comparisons needed to come to the best

                  selection possible.

                  RL

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                    RL, thanks for the sage advice. As tempting as 5/35 is, I know my limitations and will stick with P4 for now. But, this is a big but, maybe I could learn how to use T-Lex if I promise myself to not play until I fully understand what I'm seeing.

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                      jweber01

                      The daily game version of the software was created using the t-lex so the programs are very similar.

                      Once you master the daily game software you will already know most of what is needed for the T-lex.

                      The only real difference is the data analysis and a few of the tool layouts.  All my lottery programs have

                      a similar interface and once you learn how to use one it makes them all easier to understand.

                      RL

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                        Thanks RL, that's encouraging information.

                        John

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                          Adam

                          Thanks for the tip, most of my misses are tied to step-1.  It's important to offset some values and adjust them before

                          making a final selection.  It's hard to write in detail how to move back and forth within the analysis because it kind of

                          spider webs into many sub-analysis within the same data set.  It can get to the point that it's too much to hold in my

                          head so I find myself cutting it short the deeper I go into the setup.  I wish I could code all these little observations into

                          a single set of data that was easy to view.  This is the type of data analysis I shoot for in my prediction tools but here

                          again the data points are so vast it's very difficult to go back and make all the comparisons needed to come to the best

                          selection possible.

                          RL

                          Craig,

                          I would say that the format the data is presented in is crucial. It may either help or easily lead astray. The very fast verification of one's ideas is Game Mode which makes it possible to put our ideas and what we think is right to the test over many games in a short period of time.

                          Adam

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                            Hi all

                            I have been working on a set of tools for the S/C option.  It's still in the works and will most likely be a

                            stand-alone add-on for T-Lex.  I am not sure yet what all to include but right now it offers a basic analysis

                            for the S/C data.  I also added the ability to set the step-1 values to W=wild, S=same, C=change and for

                            the brave the option to select a digit value of 1, 2 or 3.  This allows for pinning down the digit when a C

                            is expected in step-1.   Anyway, just wanted to give a update and may be adding a few more tools to aid

                            in our digit selections.  The pic below shows my streamlined version of the lexie program which is what I

                            use to test stuff but the new tool will look similar.

                            RL

                             

                            sc-tool

                            Great Job! RL Thumbs Up

                            Based on the S/C data to add one or two the most strong tools such as Steps, NMD, ...etc in the same one screen

                            is very good idea!

                            In this way, we can synthetically analyze the multi-data easily and clearly to pin down the final selection

                            in the only one screen.

                            I believe firmly that the magic screen which is based on your smart strategies and successful experiences

                            should greatly improve the prediction of T-LEX!

                            I do hope you will finish the Smart Screen asap!

                            Thanks a lots, RL! You're a real genius!!!

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                              John

                              Sorry for the delay getting back to you.  Looks like winsum has offered to provide you the updated databases.

                              Your 5-35 sounds like the cat's meow and if I can offer one bit of advice it would be to settle on one game and

                              stick to it.  They all look the same when dealing with digits but each one has it's own little quirks and moving

                              around between different games spells disaster.  I started playing the P-4 for a few weeks and then returned

                              to my 5-39 and last night missed 90% of my choices.  I was confident in my choices and was thinking I had at

                              least a couple 3of5's in my 5 lines.  T-lex is a beast when it comes to learning how the data flows but if you stick

                              with a single game you will reach a point where it comes kind of natural.  Here is another tip, it's natural to want

                              to expand your selections to throw a bigger loop but this IMHO is another mistake.   Make solid choices and then

                              stick to them.  Playing more lines is not the answer and I suggest generating one line at a time and focus on the

                              first 3 or 4 digits.  In some games it's OK to skip the first digit and focus on the 2nd to 5th kind of like Adam is doing

                              but with your 5-35 you max lexie is 324623 so the first digit choices are 0,1,2 and 3.  Hitting the first 3 digits in this

                              game will give you a very good shot at a 3of5 with odds of 1 in 325.  I think very few will stick with it long enough

                              to do well so consider yourself warned, it's a tough row to hoe.   The first four digits give you odds of 1 in 3247 for

                              the 5-35 and the filter-2 will reduce the 100 lines down to less than 10 many games for a 4of5 hit.  3247/10000

                              is 32% so compared to a daily P-4 game your working with around 2/3 fewer lines.  The Filter-2 option can and does

                              trap the 5of5 from time to time but a 4of5 is guaranteed if you hit the first 4 lexie digits.  Play on paper at first and

                              always check any mistakes you may have made after the drawing which can help you improve your play.   One of the

                              hardest things we must do is forget our preconceived notions and trust the data.  It's a common thing for me and

                              I suspect for many others to try and make the data support what we think will hit.  This is a bad, very bad thing to

                              do and accounts for most losses.  Make small changes to the way you analyze the data looking for improvements as

                              you go.  Do hand workouts whenever possible as this seems to produce better choices then just looking at a computer

                              screen. 

                                 

                              RL

                              hardest things we must do is forget our preconceived notions and trust the data.  It's a common thing for me and I suspect for many others to try and make the data support what we think will hit. 

                              I hope this valuable advice sinks in, we always look for comfort zones so it is difficult forgo  our bias.

                                 
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