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Herby

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Hi Kimo Li,
my best wishes for your health.

Thanks for your Excel sheet.
Cool permutations. :thumbsup:

You will be more impressed than me:
with Mathematica code  its a 1 liner to get your sets:

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Cases[Subsets[
  Subsets[Range[9], {3}], {3}], _?(Length[Union[Flatten[#]]] == 9 &)]

Can be proven with a Raspberry Pi.

Kimo Li please show something impressive.  :thumbsup:
Thanks and may the force be with you

Kimo Li

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Herby, thanks for the well wishes. I am impressed with the Mathematica code, one line to get results, although I do not understand it.
Impressive? That's a tall order. Recently, up until July 23, before I had a medical episode, I was playing airball roulette at Casino Arizona. These sessions were played while playing poker. I would take a 10 minute break from the poker room and play InterBlock roulette.

There are strict betting limitations on airball machine. The player can only bet up to 35.00 per spin, maximum bet. The minimum bet is 1.00.
My buy in was 100.00. Each session is about 10 minutes, except for one, 758.00, 30 minute session before I went home after playing poker at 3am in the morning. See attached for results. Dates are from 7/18-7/23.


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Taotie

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...I went home after playing poker at 3am in the morning.

Sheesh man,  WTF.

No wonder you got some health problems....OJ

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This tracker quite cool tool, handy to use if you play online casinos.

Kimo Li

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Sheesh man,  WTF.

No wonder you got some health problems....OJ

Warning, the lifestyle of a gambler may be detrimental to your health. :ooh:

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Herby

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I do not understand it
:question: This line of code gives all 280 combinations on the right side of your Excel sheet. 

 :sad2: Sorry for my poor explanation.

Kimo Li

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I wish I had that code years ago. I did everything manually, could have saved a lot of time.

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Hi Kimo, hope you are better shape now!  :)

BR TJ

Kimo Li

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Hi TJ,

I am recovering. It's been too many years since we spoke. I hope life is treating you well.

Regards,
Kimo


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Hi TJ,

I am recovering. It's been too many years since we spoke. I hope life is treating you well.



Regards,
Kimo

Good that you are getting better! 👍🙂

Jep, time goes so fast..

Well, still standing 😁

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Herby

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Just got a pm question to my script above:
it is a so called 1 liner (consists of only 1 line of code), the forum software made a 2 liner out of it  :sad2:

To use it:
just copy the 2 lines of of code, paste it into Mathematica, run the code and you get the 280 Kimo Li sets.

I tested it again, it still works  :wink:

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Cases[Subsets[Subsets[Range[9], {3}], {3}], _?(Length[Union[Flatten[#]]] == 9 &)]


The small title above (Code Select) is still partially covered, but doesn't matter

Have fun
and tell me how to win

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Herby

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Hi Kimo Li,
thanks for the pictures of your won money.
Impressive on the greedy "homo erectus level".

I thought you would show some output of your brainware.
Something a little bit stronger than permutation of quads.
If it can be done with a 1 liner of code the information density is poor as you know of course.
Have a great day

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Sorry Herby, I am only inclined to exhibit the results and power of the permutation quads.

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These Root Factors also serve an important role in determining what numbers belong to which columns without looking at the layout.

Any number that has a root of 1, 4, 7 can be found in the first column.
2, 5, 8 the second column.
3, 6, 9 the third column.

Example, 35, the root is 8, therefore, located in the second column.

 

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