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#### Kimo Li

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« Reply #15 on: September 06, 2014, 10:14:26 am »
• Let's get even more detailed in categorizing each number and the relationship to each corner group and their respective positions.

TL -- TR  X Pattern Corner Positions
-- CT --
BL -- BR

BR - Bottom Right
BL - Bottom Left
TL - Top Left
TR - Top Right
CT - Center

BR = 01
BL = 02
TL = 03
TR = 04

03 -- 04  Corner Group Position 1 2 3 4
-- CT --
02 -- 01

03 06 09 - 12 15 18 - 21 24 27 - 30 33 36
02 05 08 - 11 14 17 - 20 23 26 - 29 32 35
01 04 07 - 10 13 16 - 19 22 25 - 28 31 34

So what does this mean? If the number belongs to a corner position, we know it belongs to a single corner group, identified by the corner position. Let's look at the sample numbers:

16 BR corner, group 1
19 BL corner, group 2
31 N/A
13 N/A
14 Center, groups 1, 2, 3, 4
9  TR corner, group 4
31 N/A
19 BL corner, group 2
19 BL corner, group 2
16 BR corner, group 1
22 N/A
19 BL corner, group 2
1  BL corner, group 2
33 N/A
4  N/A
21 TL corner, group 3

The numbers that are N/A falls into the + (plus) pattern group.

-- -N --
W CT E-
-- -S --

N - North
E - East
S - South
W - West

N = 03, 04 (34)
E = 01, 04 (14)
S = 01, 02 (12)
W = 02, 03 (23)
CT = Center

-- 34 --
23 CT 14
-- 12 --

03 06 09 - 12 15 18 - 21 24 27 - 30 33 36
02 05 08 - 11 14 17 - 20 23 26 - 29 32 35
01 04 07 - 10 13 16 - 19 22 25 - 28 31 34

So what does this mean? If the number belongs to a plus position, we know it belongs to a two corner groups, identified by the compass positions. Let's look at the sample numbers:

16
19
31 S 01, 02 (12)
13 S 01, 02 (12)
14

31 S 01, 02 (12)
19
19
16
22 S 01, 02 (12)
19

33 N 03, 04 (34)
4  S 01, 02 (12)
21

Essentially what this information provides is a way to identify corners in an X and + pattern, groups which can be tracked separately. As you can see, it gets crazier as we look deeper. Yes, there is more. I understand that this information is a bit overwhelming. It's just one of those things, you either get it or you don't, not a big deal.

Kimo Li
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#### Kimo Li

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« Reply #16 on: September 07, 2014, 04:32:22 am »
• The mapping above is used to determine corners within the four Quads. What if you are not interest in the corners, but would like to track the Quads only, using only four number bets. This would require 9 sets of four numbers. So what would be the easiest to remember?

We shall start by looking at the layout.

03 06 09 - 12 15 18 - 21 24 27 - 30 33 36
02 05 08 - 11 14 17 - 20 23 26 - 29 32 35
01 04 07 - 10 13 16 - 19 22 25 - 28 31 34

Quad one will serve as the template. The positions are 1 through 9 and are fixed positions. So if we look at the fixed positions for the rest of the Quads, it would look like this.

03 06 09 - 03 06 09 - 03 06 09 - 03 06 09
02 05 08 - 02 05 08 - 02 05 08 - 02 05 08
01 04 07 - 01 04 07 - 01 04 07 - 01 04 07

The following are 9 sets of four numbers, using fixed positions, layout "star numbers".

1] 01 10 19 28
2] 02 11 20 29
3] 03 12 21 30
4] 04 13 22 31
5] 05 14 23 32
6] 06 15 24 33
7] 07 16 25 34
8] 08 17 26 35
9] 09 18 27 36

So there you have it, the Quad Layout Matrix, featuring the four Quads, 01 02 03 04 and the 9 star positions.

Every number revolves around the number 9. For example, the number 16, it is in the seven group. 16 - 9 = 7, 16 + 9 = 25, 25 + 9 = 34. How easy is that?

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« Reply #17 on: September 07, 2014, 03:54:57 pm »
• The Quad Matrix Layout is a useful tool for the 12 number players, who simply want to track streets.

1] 01 10 19 28   A
2] 02 11 20 29
3] 03 12 21 30

4] 04 13 22 31   B
5] 05 14 23 32
6] 06 15 24 33

7] 07 16 25 34   C
8] 08 17 26 35
9] 09 18 27 36

Or, it is for players who like to track six numbers at at time, using two streets that are not next to each other and categorized by low and high numbers.

1] 01 10 -- 19 28   A1  A2  (Low and High)
2] 02 11 -- 20 29
3] 03 12 -- 21 30

4] 04 13 -- 22 31   B1  B2  (Low and High)
5] 05 14 -- 23 32
6] 06 15 -- 24 33

7] 07 16 -- 25 34   C1  C2  (Low and High)
8] 08 17 -- 26 35
9] 09 18 -- 27 36

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#### bean88188

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« Reply #18 on: September 08, 2014, 09:13:56 am »
• Hi Kimo
Great work. Enjoying  your posts and learning about the matrix. With the + pattern group would you use splits to cover the north , east, south, west. Great to see  the different ways to cover layout.

Great material Kimo , keep up the great work.

Bean

#### Kimo Li

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« Reply #19 on: September 08, 2014, 12:33:36 pm »
• Greetings  bean88188,

Thanks for chiming in. I would not use splits to cover the + pattern, unless you want to place more money on the center number. I suggest a 3 units on the street and single bets on east and west, or just straight-up on each number. I am done with the Corner Matrix and the Quads. However, I see wannawin has requested Victor to create a program for the Corner Matrix. Should be interesting.

Kimo Li
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#### Kimo Li

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« Reply #20 on: November 18, 2014, 03:52:34 pm »
• Greetings,

I wanted to add another numerology aspect. Each of the 9 groups is also the root of each number.

1] 01 10 19 28
2] 02 11 20 29
3] 03 12 21 30
4] 04 13 22 31
5] 05 14 23 32
6] 06 15 24 33
7] 07 16 25 34
8] 08 17 26 35
9] 09 18 27 36

For example, notice the sum of each number and continue to add each number.

1] 01 10 19 28
1] 01 10 10 10
1] 01 01 01 01

Just a thought.

Kimo Li
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« Reply #21 on: May 31, 2015, 05:22:51 pm »
• Kimo Li's Matrix
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#### Sputnik

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« Reply #22 on: September 03, 2017, 02:35:16 pm »

•  Kimo Li and all - how do you deal with the middle number when it hits, do you regard it as a Tie.
I understand we have four sections with four corners each, a total of 16.

So when the middle number that belong to all corners in the section hit, how to chart and tracking the corners when it happens.
I can not see any other solution at the moment then chart and tracking the middle number as a Tie bet.

Do you agree or have other solution?

Cheers

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« Reply #23 on: September 05, 2017, 01:35:43 pm »
• I am surprise to see that someone is interested in the Corner Matrix. In answer to your question, if the middle number of  quad comes in, 5, 14, 23, or 32, then anywhere these numbers are on the matrix is considered a hit and can be ‘crossed out’.

Investigate the Corner Matrix and you will find treasures, like the vertical numbers in the matrix belong to 4 layout quads and double streets. The horizontal numbers are column (row) numbers.

Essentially you can track 1, 4, 6, 8, 9, 12, 16, 18 and more numbers with the Corner Matrix. It is considered the Swiss knife of all the matrices. To learn more, just open your eyes and mind.
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#### Sputnik

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« Reply #24 on: September 05, 2017, 06:18:18 pm »
• I am surprise to see that someone is interested in the Corner Matrix. In answer to your question, if the middle number of  quad comes in, 5, 14, 23, or 32, then anywhere these numbers are on the matrix is considered a hit and can be ‘crossed out’.

Investigate the Corner Matrix and you will find treasures, like the vertical numbers in the matrix belong to 4 layout quads and double streets. The horizontal numbers are column (row) numbers.

Essentially you can track 1, 4, 6, 8, 9, 12, 16, 18 and more numbers with the Corner Matrix. It is considered the Swiss knife of all the matrices. To learn more, just open your eyes and mind.

Hello Kimo Li - thank you for giving me your expert comments - lets see if i understand - i can cross out the middle number - but then four corners are cross out at once - is that right ...
I have not solve how to play the corners and how to deal with the middle numbers - do you have some more suggestions or hints ...

Many thanks

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« Reply #25 on: September 08, 2017, 08:38:22 am »
• Greetings,

I wanted to add another numerology aspect. Each of the 9 groups is also the root of each number.

1] 01 10 19 28
2] 02 11 20 29
3] 03 12 21 30
4] 04 13 22 31
5] 05 14 23 32
6] 06 15 24 33
7] 07 16 25 34
8] 08 17 26 35
9] 09 18 27 36

For example, notice the sum of each number and continue to add each number.

1] 01 10 19 28
1] 01 10 10 10
1] 01 01 01 01

Just a thought.

Kimo Li
How far would you continue to add?

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