I received the manual and charts yesterday and have been studying them to see the procedure to use to make selections to play. I have many questions, but will take them 2 or 3 at a time in order make sure I understand your answers before I move on to the next set of questions.
I have no problem keeping the excel spreadsheet up to date with the latest draws for xx and inserting the 45 combinations, the xx primary pairs, the xx basic pairs, and the xx non-basic pairs. The mechanics of doing this I understand completely. My confusion arrives when I begin to use the charts. I will start the questions:
QUESTION: I understand the origin of the 45 pairs, but where did the xx, xx, and xx pairs come from? Are they a result of many years of observation, of pick 3 & 4 games on your part, or is there some mathematical explanation for them?
Yes to both parts of this question; years of watching the numbers revealed a situation which I found to be a fact explainable though math.
I understand and thanks for letting me know of your credentials and experience. I am HONORED that you would find my work interesting with all of it typos and poor grammer. To respond to your question, what I am doing xxxx is just using the laws which has always been in existences.
QUESTION(S): I completely understand the mechanics of obtaining the 10 *******from the most recent game numbers. What is not clear is when and how I will use them in making my picks from the charts*******.
You will use them in a couple of the elimination steps in the concept's theory. In one of the steps, it states to identify those number on the chart that has the most xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx and mark them so you will know them. Not to eliminate them but to give them less consideration than all of the others.
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Your email and question are in Red Ink;
Thanks for clearing up some of the issues that were bothering me. I have more questions for you:
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Thanks for all your help in bringing me up to speed on your system. I find ithe charts to be very effective even without too many number eliminations. I did a back test of hits on the NM games and found 33 hits out of 100 games with just chart 1 assuming 6 days of play per week. [ Not bad.] I plan to merge your system with some of my own methods to make the game more profitable.
If playing two drawing a day or 12 per week, this client would had probably found more than 66 out of the two drawing per day games.