Pseudocode Game Strategy

You can play “Deal or No Deal” to your heart’s content at the following link:

Step 1;

Pick one of these prime numbers as your “keeper case”…

2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23

Step 2:

I pick case #11 to keep;subsequently & moving forward only, with the original

counter & key integer (“tens” counter in red to congrue selection) throughout

the repeating sequence of 26 cases;

(Count in increments of 3)

I select:

14;

17;

20;

23;

26;

(29=select 9);

(32=select 12);

(35=select 15);

(38=select 18);

(41=select 21);

(44=select 24);

(47=select 7);

(50=select 10);

(53=select 13);

(56=select 16);

(59=select 19);

(62=select 22);

(65=select 25);

(68=select 8);

(71=select 1);

(74=select 4);

(77=select NULL);

(80=select NULL);

(83=select 3);

(86=select 6);

(89=select NULL);

(92=select 2);

(95=select 5);

END

Step 3:

Try this logic from any prime number you select.

The example above is the sequence from “11”;

counting “3’s” proper & congrueing (Lanceword) “10’s”

My theory is, that you will have better odds, when selecting a random

(to be determined how random) prime number for your keeper case &

subsequently running the sequence listed below, for that prime number.

Let me know how you make out, using this approach….Good Luck !

 

Other Sequences:

 

“2”

I pick case #2 to keep; subsequently & moving forward only, with the original

counter & key integer (“tens” counter in red to congrue selection) throughout

the repeating sequence of 26 cases;

(Count in increments of 3)

I select:

5;

8;

11;

14;

17;

20;

23;

26;

(29=select 9);

(32=select 12);

(35=select 15);

(38=select 18);

(41=select 21);

(44=select 24);

(47=select 7);

(50=select 10);

(53=select 13);

(56=select 16);

(59=select 19);

(62=select 22);

(65=select 25);

(68=select NULL);

(71=select 1);

(74=select 4);

(77=select NULL);

(80=select NULL);

(83=select 3);

(86=select 6);

END

“3”

I pick case #3 to keep; subsequently & moving forward only, with the original

counter & key integer (“tens” counter in red to congrue selection) throughout

the repeating sequence of 26 cases;

(Count in increments of 3)

I select:

6;

9;

12;

15;

18;

21;

24;

(27=select 7);

(30=select 10);

(33=select 13);

(36=select 16);

(39=select 19);

(42=select 22);

(45=select 25);

(48=select 8);

(51=select 11);

(54=select 14);

(57=select 17);

(60=select 20);

(63=select 23);

(66=select 26);

(69=select NULL);

(72=select 2);

(75=select 5);

(78=select NULL);

(81=select 1);

(84=select 4);

END

“5”

I pick case #5 to keep; subsequently & moving forward only, with the original

counter & key integer (“tens” counter in red to congrue selection) throughout

the repeating sequence of 26 cases;

(Count in increments of 3)

I select:

8;

11;

14;

17;

20;

23;

26;

(29=select 9);

(32=select 12);

(35=select 15);

(38=select 18);

(41=select 21);

(44=select 24);

(47=select 7);

(50=select 10);

(53=select 13);

(56=select 16);

(59=select 19);

(62=select 22);

(65=select 25);

(68=select NULL);

(71=select 1);

(74=select 4);

(77=select NULL);

(80=select NULL);

(83=select 3);

(86=select 6);

(89=select NULL);

(92=select 2);

END

“7”

I pick case #7 to keep; subsequently & moving forward only, with the original

counter & key integer (“tens” counter in red to congrue selection) throughout

the repeating sequence of 26 cases;

(Count in increments of 3)

I select:

10;

13;

16;

19;

22;

25;

(28=select 8);

(31=select 11);

(34=select 14);

(37=select 17);

(40=select 20);

(43=select 23);

(46=select 26);

(49=select 9);

(52=select 12);

(55=select 15);

(58=select 18);

(61=select 21);

(64=select 24);

(67=select NULL);

(70=select NULL);

(73=select 3);

(76=select 6);

(79=select NULL);

(82=select 2);

(85=select 5);

(88=select NULL);

(91=select 1);

(94=select 4);

END

“13”

I pick case #13 to keep; subsequently & moving forward only, with the original

counter & key integer (“tens” counter in red to congrue selection) throughout

the repeating sequence of 26 cases;

(Count in increments of 3)

I select:

16;

19;

22;

25;

(28=select 8);

(31=select 11);

(34=select 14);

(37=select 17);

(40=select 20);

(43=select 23);

(46=select 26);

(49=select 9);

(52=select 12);

(55=select 15);

(58=select 18);

(61=select 21);

(64=select 24);

(67=select 7);

(70=select 10);

(73=select 3);

(76=select 6);

(79=select NULL);

(82=select 2);

(85=select 5);

(88=select NULL);

(91=select 1);

(94=select 4);

END

“17”

I pick case #17 to keep; subsequently & moving forward only, with the original

counter & key integer (“tens” counter in red to congrue selection) throughout

the repeating sequence of 26 cases;

(Count in increments of 3)

I select:

20;

23;

26;

(29=select 9);

(32=select 12);

(35=select 15);

(38=select 18);

(41=select 21);

(44=select 24);

(47=select 7);

(50=select 10);

(53=select 13);

(56=select 16);

(59=select 19);

(62=select 22);

(65=select 25);

(68=select 8);

(71=select 11);

(74=select 14);

(77=select NULL);

(80=select NULL);

(83=select 3);

(86=select 6);

(89=select NULL);

(92=select 2);

(95=select 5);

(98=select NULL);

(101=select 1);

(104=select 4);

END

 

“19”

I pick case #19 to keep; subsequently & moving forward only, with the original

counter & key integer (“tens” counter in red to congrue selection) throughout

the repeating sequence of 26 cases;

(Count in increments of 3)

I select:

22;

25;

(28=select 8);

(31=select 11);

(34=select 14);

(37=select 17);

(40=select 20);

(43=select 23);

(46=select 26);

(49=select 9);

(52=select 12);

(55=select 15);

(58=select 18);

(61=select 21);

(64=select 24);

(67=select 7);

(70=select 10);

(73=select 13);

(76=select 16);

(79=select NULL);

(82=select 2);

(85=select 5);

(88=select NULL);

(91=select 1);

(94=select 4);

(97=select NULL);

(100=select NULL);

(103=select 3);

(106=select 6);

END

 

“23”

I pick case #23 to keep; subsequently & moving forward only, with the original

counter & key integer (“tens” counter in red to congrue selection) throughout

the repeating sequence of 26 cases;

(Count in increments of 3)

I select:

26;

(29=select 9);

(32=select 12);

(35=select 15);

(38=select 18);

(41=select 21);

(44=select 24);

(47=select 7);

(50=select 10);

(53=select 13);

(56=select 16);

(59=select 19);

(62=select 22);

(65=select 25);

(68=select 8);

(71=select 11);

(74=select 14);

(77=select 17);

(80=select 20);

(83=select 3);

(86=select 6);

(89=select NULL);

(92=select 2);

(95=select 5);

(98=select NULL);

(101=select 1);

(104=select 4);

END

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