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MasterMind-3 Review

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Posted: October 20, 2003, 11:09 pm - IP Logged

This weekend Mike of The Lottery Connection provided me with
MasterMind-3 his latest Pick-3 program.  I hate getting stuck
testing lottery software because most of it does everything,
but predict winning numbers or is so hard to use I probably
wasn't doing it right. http://tciworld.com/luckystore.htm


Right away I found MasterMind-3 interesting because it is very
simple and predicted so many winning numbers I was running off
the legal pad I was keeping score on.  This isn't BS, you'll
see for yourself what I'm talking about.


The MasterMind-3 program is so simple you'll find yourself
wishing for a few of the extras that would raise the price.


For example it won't save draw history. If you want to save
the history, you have to highlight it and click Ctrl-C copy
and Ctrl-V paste it to a Notepad text file.  Loading draw data
works the same in reverse.  You'll want to save the data as
the [Clear Draws] box is right above the [Clear Results] box
and you don't get a second chance. 


The MasterMind-3 program consists of two wheels, the A Wheel
and the B Wheel.  If one isn't doing the job in testing try
the other.  I tested both and found them to be roughly equal
with some wins on the same date and others individually unique.


There are filters to pass or remove HHH HHL HLL LLL High and
Low, EEE EEO EOO OOO Odd and Even, Singles, Doubles and Triples.
The default is HHL HLL EEO EOO Singles.


That's it, no sums, no ranges, no roots or Gaussian, to worry
about.  Some software offers so many choices the odds of picking
the correct variables is higher then the odds of the game.


You can begin with only one past draw or you can add twenty or
thirty.  The default generates about 35 picks, all the choices
brings that up to about 50 picks.  As you add draws the number
of picks goes down, but reaches a point where the number of
wins goes down as well.  There can be too much history.


For the tester the thing is to find the sweet spot for use with
the better wheel which is dependent on your lottery game before
you become an active user. 


I'm not kidding about the wins, they're in there.  They come in
regular, but with some dry spells of two weeks and then clusters
of hits.  Whether you make money or not is dependent on conducting proper tests so you're using the right amount of history on thebetter wheel for your game.  This program would give a state
lottery director pause, that's for sure.


This would be the usual nonsense if you had to buy the program
to see if I'm telling the truth.  Lucky for you, the ten use trial
version is free and fully functional.  This means once you open
it, you can run all the draw history through it you like and still
have nine more opens after that.  You can totally ring this baby
out and still get to play its picks for a week to see how it does.

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    Posted: October 20, 2003, 11:42 pm - IP Logged

    Robert,



    Do you know if the author will adapt the same logic for a pick 6 lotto game (If it is possible)?

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      Posted: October 21, 2003, 3:24 am - IP Logged

      BobP:



      I've looked at MMS. I like what I've seen thus far.



      How many history files/draws do you personally recommend?



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        Posted: October 21, 2003, 5:07 pm - IP Logged

        hey, bob you are absolutely so so so right.  I downloaded my free wheel last week and I have about 6 more times to view on a trial basis.  This wheel has picked every single 3-digit lottery that has been drawn since I downloaded the wheel.  It even picked the doubles that fell in michigan.  Its awsome - I find if the number dont come in from the "A" side or wheel it will definitely come in from the "B" side.  On this website, the candy system and the oracle system is awsome also.

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          Posted: October 21, 2003, 6:16 pm - IP Logged

          I haven't settled on a range of history yet.  The program doesn't repeat winning picks, so as you win boxed variant repeats are held out until you remove the old data storing them.  I know there has to be a perfect balance point where your plays balance against win potential.  I'm thinking it's in the range between 30 and 60 draws, though other games could be totally different.  No Pick-5 or 6, this kind of program is unique to Pick-3 even Pick-4 isn't likely. BobP

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            Posted: October 21, 2003, 6:44 pm - IP Logged
            Quote: Originally posted by BobP on October 21, 2003

            I haven't settled on a range of history yet. The program doesn't repeat winning picks, so as you win boxed variant repeats are held out until you remove the old data storing them. I know there has to be a perfect balance point where your plays balance against win potential. I'm thinking it's in the range between 30 and 60 draws, though other games could be totally different. No Pick-5 or 6, this kind of program is unique to Pick-3 even Pick-4 isn't likely. BobP




            BobP:



            Are you saying 'buck' what it suggests, 20-30 history, and 30 to 60?



            What range have you had the most success with? I'm curious, I'm running at 25 history. Have been getting mixed results.



            I'd like to fine tune the picks.



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              Posted: October 21, 2003, 11:34 pm - IP Logged

              There's no easy way around the legal pad work to test the software against your specific game in various ways.   For me the A wheel started hitting right away, while for the B wheel it seemed to have started in a dry spell.  Both did well for about 40 days and then the number of numbers predicted and the number of wins began to drop off.  Up around 200 draws I was hitting only about four times a month so I think a lot of history is bad.  This is in Florida though, they seem to go to a lot of trouble to randomize the game, maybe in a game under less stress the predictions will do better in another range.  Some states don't even use real draws, they use computer picks for Pick-3 who knows what that means.

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                Posted: October 22, 2003, 11:46 pm - IP Logged

                Friends,

                Those of you who had MOST WINS with MM3, can you please let us know AT HOW MANY draw histories did you have success and WHAT exact settings did you use?!

                Thanks!

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                  Posted: October 23, 2003, 2:58 am - IP Logged
                  Quote: Originally posted by DreamLotto on October 23, 2003

                  Friends,

                  Those of you who had MOST WINS with MM3, can you please let us know AT HOW MANY draw histories did you have success and WHAT exact settings did you use?!

                  Thanks!






                  DreamLotto:



                  I've used only 25 history files. The only change I've made to the settings is to allow it to pick doubles.



                  You may want to do some checking to see how it does on previous draws.



                  Timmer
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                    Posted: October 23, 2003, 12:29 pm - IP Logged

                    Have any of you purchased this software?  I purchased it 3 days ago and received credit card purchase confirmation. Since it was Ebook, I thought I would quickly receive it. Not only have I not received it, I cannot get a response to my emails to their customer service.  Have I done business with a reputable company? I am getting very concerned.

                    Any comments from those who have purchased this or similar from the Lottery Store would be appreciated to calm my nerves.

                    lotsoluck1

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                      Posted: October 23, 2003, 12:39 pm - IP Logged

                      Lotsoluck1:



                      All I can say is I have purchased from them in the past.



                      They may be having trouble with their server, the person in charge of that may be detained or working on other things at this time.



                      I say if you don't get any response by tomorrow, start panicing.



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                        Posted: October 23, 2003, 12:42 pm - IP Logged

                        Thanks. Did you purchase Ebook and how quickly did you get it. Do you remember?

                        lotsoluck1

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                          Posted: October 23, 2003, 1:39 pm - IP Logged

                          I PURCHASED THE MASTERMIND

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                            Posted: October 23, 2003, 1:48 pm - IP Logged

                            Sorry to hear about the problems. we are usually responding within 24 hours.

                            Some of our emails were returned as spam for whatever reason. Contact me through PM with the user number and the order numebrs and I will make sure you receive the password. That seems to happen to some Hotmail, YAHOO and NETZERO accounts.

                            ME

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                              everett has always been very reliable - made many purchases from him.

                              love to nibble those micey feet.