RSP is a offshoot of the rogue program, it stands for "rogue-straight-pair"

Example, a 5-39 has 10 rogue values. when looking at the string of values there are 9 possible straight pairs in each

line. It's not pairs of only same digits but any pairing. ab bc cd de ef fg gh hi ij

1011322031

0021100201

0221311131

1002220213

1113333100

0332130112

The top string in the above list is A-B=10 B-C=01 etc.... So lets say that I am sure the next game will have a 10 somewhere

in the string. Any possible combination that does not have a 10 consecutive values is rejected. Notice that the 3rd, 4th and

5th string do not contain a 01 pair. The RSP allows one to choose to include, exclude or run wild. There are 16 pairings of

values, 01 and 10 are different pairs same as 13 and 31. This string "1113333100" has pairs 11-13-33-31-10-00 or 6 of

the 16 possible. When used as a filter setting or blocking two pairs can reduce by as much as 50%. To understand why this

is so effective lets say that we analyze the data and think the pair 00 and 13 will show somewhere in the next draw. We are

limited to where these values can be placed because when the rogue setup was made some values are locked to a position in

the string. Again lets say that I set the first 5 values to 11231 leaving the last 5 wild. Now lets say that the RSP analysis for

a 00 to show is very good then I have F-G, G-H, H-I and I-J etc to place it, if I also have to include a 13 somewhere in the string

then that limits things even more. The program does all the work, I just have to deal with each pair as play, block or wild.

0 = Block, 1=Include W=wild

The pic below shows how the analysis data is displayed. I never look at the actual pairs as they are displayed in the format

below so the only data I see is zeros and ones. There are bias, steps and S/C tools for each position to help decide on a

value.