Saturday, July 24, 2021
HOME | STORE | PICK34 SPECIAL USERS GROUP | FORUM | CONTACT US






See also:
Advance Prediction Master - Part III
Software System for Pick 5 and Pick 6 Games

Advance Prediction Master - Part IV
Software System for Pick 5 and Pick 6 Games

Advance Prediction Master - Part V
Software System for Pick 5 and Pick 6 Games
Manuals
[1] | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | Next


Advance Prediction Master - Part II
Software System for Pick 5 and Pick 6 Games

Getting started
When you start the program you will see three highlighted areas (highlighted through RED Title lettering):

  • Game Selection
  • Draw Information
  • Prediction Information
These are the key areas to look at when you get started. The Game Selection allows you to select the game you would like to use the program for. (If you cannot find the selection you need, please contact us and we will make sure to add the game very quickly.) The Draw information allows you to enter previous draws.

One important hint right here: Do not enter too many previous draws! If you enter too many draws the outcome becomes more and more “fuzzy”. As I mentioned earlier the program even works with only one draw to be entered. Keep that in mind! The last highlighted section is the Prediction Information field. In this field you will find besides entry information the combinations the programs suggests for you to play. Another word of caution: Play according to your budget. The system can provide you with as little as 5 combinations to play. Make sure you are not overdoing it!

Once you found the previously mentioned highlighted areas you can start trying the program. Just select your favorite Game, enter the previously drawn numbers and press the “System Output” button for your first selection.


Once you have done that you can see number combinations in the Prediction Information field you finished the first step.

Following below I am going to slowly guide you through the options of the program.


STORE | NEWS | MAGAZINE | FORUM | QUICK PREDICT X | SPECIAL USERS GROUP | WHEEL WORLD

© 2007-2009, StrictlyMathematics.com. All rights reserved. Designed, developed and hosted by tenesyNET.