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Posted: October 16, 2016, 12:30 pm - IP Logged

Hi carrot

nice to meet someone that also plays uk 6/49, maybe we can share some ideas? currently using lexie to play lunch time and tea time draws, with the help of notmyday actually managing to get a small win. i have been using is excel charts and comparing it to the numbers on the generated lines lexie gives me. so far only been going with just playing one number which doesn't really win you a lot but i guess if your very sure of that number you can just put down more money.

nurse101

It will be a pleasure to share ideas , i have few systems that i have gathered  that might help in getting pairs ,maybe will should open a new thread later on about that but as for now i want to focus as much as possible on learning lex and Dmp

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    Hi carrot

    great idea look forward to it.

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      Hi Adam,

      Thanks for the video tutorial! It was very educational as the tutorial links in older DMP topics appear to be broken.

      If you don't mind, can I ask if it is possible to exclude a number from a group in DMP? For instance, if I believe #13 won't hit in the next draw, is there an option or method to exclude #13 (or move it into a blocked group) in order to reduce some of the lines generated?

      Thanks!

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        Hi Adam,

        Thanks for the video tutorial! It was very educational as the tutorial links in older DMP topics appear to be broken.

        If you don't mind, can I ask if it is possible to exclude a number from a group in DMP? For instance, if I believe #13 won't hit in the next draw, is there an option or method to exclude #13 (or move it into a blocked group) in order to reduce some of the lines generated?

        Thanks!

        Yes! Do the following:

        1. Click Wheel
        2. Left click the blue square in any of the 5 lines
        3. When it turns green, enter the number(s) you want to exclude (i.e., #13) or upto 15 numbers per line
        4. Set both L(Low) and H(High) buttons to "0"
        5. The number(s) you entered on that line will be EXCLUDED when you wheel
        6. Alternatively, you can set the same line for a low of 0-5 and high 0-5, and depending on your choice it will choose from those numbers
        7. Or better yet, use odd/even, high/low, hot/cold, etc. on different lines and choose how many numbers to wheel

        All of RL's softwares are excellent products to play with, so enjoy! If you have questions just ask and thou ye shall be answered by the great LP community, who are good at helping each other! A good example is NMD and adamcustom's videos! Good luck!

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          Yes! Do the following:

          1. Click Wheel
          2. Left click the blue square in any of the 5 lines
          3. When it turns green, enter the number(s) you want to exclude (i.e., #13) or upto 15 numbers per line
          4. Set both L(Low) and H(High) buttons to "0"
          5. The number(s) you entered on that line will be EXCLUDED when you wheel
          6. Alternatively, you can set the same line for a low of 0-5 and high 0-5, and depending on your choice it will choose from those numbers
          7. Or better yet, use odd/even, high/low, hot/cold, etc. on different lines and choose how many numbers to wheel

          All of RL's softwares are excellent products to play with, so enjoy! If you have questions just ask and thou ye shall be answered by the great LP community, who are good at helping each other! A good example is NMD and adamcustom's videos! Good luck!

          That did it! Thank you very much for the instructions!

          I agree that RL's software programs are excellent tools. I'm very grateful that some of them have been made available again and I'm currently reading through the old DMP and Lexi topics to learn as much as I can. It's going to take me awhile to read through all of those pages!

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            That did it! Thank you very much for the instructions!

            I agree that RL's software programs are excellent tools. I'm very grateful that some of them have been made available again and I'm currently reading through the old DMP and Lexi topics to learn as much as I can. It's going to take me awhile to read through all of those pages!

            James

            It is exactly as adulane has explained and even you can specify the position for which the number is locked out in box 3 allowing it to show up in some other positions.

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                I knew you would come to my rescue, now is there definitions for each filter, in text?

                Adam, each time I tried to download from your link, it returned a *.TXT file.

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                  Posted: October 17, 2016, 5:45 am - IP Logged

                  Thanks, winsum

                  I know I did a poor job of placing the link the way I did, but had problems with doing it in a better way.

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                    I knew you would come to my rescue, now is there definitions for each filter, in text?

                    Adam, each time I tried to download from your link, it returned a *.TXT file.

                    Bob

                    You'll be laughing but I got no idea what's in the text file.

                    No, definitely I didn't put there any explanation of the filters used. If you need them, just let me know and I will post it.

                    Adam

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                      Bob

                      You'll be laughing but I got no idea what's in the text file.

                      No, definitely I didn't put there any explanation of the filters used. If you need them, just let me know and I will post it.

                      Adam

                      Please Adam, thanks.

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                        Please Adam, thanks.

                        It looks the site went down for a while.

                         

                        Actually there are only a couple of them I use and not always.

                        DO  meaning double odd digits just as in 11 or 33 or 37 etc

                        DE meaning double even digit as in 22 or 42 or 26 etc.

                        DB meaning double base digit as in 13 or 31 or 23 or 11 or 12 or 21 etc.

                        CD meaning consecutive digits as in this combination : 01,12, 28,38, 41 here 01 and 12 is an example of consecutive digits

                        FDE meaning first decade even as in draw starting like this : 02 or 23

                        LDE meaning last decade even as in draw ending like this : 27 or 41

                         

                        As I've already said I only decide yes or not meaning the filter will hit or miss. No ranging of them whatsoever.

                         

                        Adam

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                          Thanks!

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                            Adam uploaded the video to Dropbox but when you download the file it will have the .txt file extension.

                            Just replace the .txt to .mp4 and the video will work or use the link I provided.

                            Thanks Adam for the explanations

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                              Adam uploaded the video to Dropbox but when you download the file it will have the .txt file extension.

                              Just replace the .txt to .mp4 and the video will work or use the link I provided.

                              Thanks Adam for the explanations

                              Thanks a lot for your support.

                              Adam

                                 
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