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Old 10-20-2012, 03:50 PM   #1
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If anybody cares

I would just like to get a few things clear.


I believe that Synergism is the best Sartin program that they ever put out.
It amazes me how it gets you to so many longshot horses just if you go on
the rankings alone(which I dont recommend).Today at Parx in the 3rd for
example it picked out a very nice 10-1 horse.

I also believe the best way to use it is the manual version THIS IS MY OPINON ON IT.But I have no
doubt that using the export feature in RDSS you will still get many of these
type of winners.


As far as giving out the program Purdy has given me his blessing to give
it out to people who either had it (which is hard to prove) or somebody
that really wants to learn how to use it.But Im not just going to give it
out to anyone as I dont feel it is right.Im sure there are enough copies
floating around that you will be able to get it somewhere.If those people
feel right about doing so it is up to them.
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Old 10-20-2012, 03:56 PM   #2
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I would just like to get a few things clear.


I believe that Synergism is the best Sartin program that they ever put out.
It amazes me how it gets you to so many longshot horses just if you go on
the rankings alone(which I dont recommend).Today at Parx in the 3rd for
example it picked out a very nice 10-1 horse.

I also believe the best way to use it is the manual version THIS IS MY OPINON ON IT.But I have no
doubt that using the export feature in RDSS you will still get many of these
type of winners.


As far as giving out the program Purdy has given me his blessing to give it out to people who either had it (which is hard to prove) or somebody that really wants to learn how to use it.But Im not just going to give it out to anyone as I dont feel it is right.Im sure there are enough copies floating around that you will be able to get it somewhere.If those people feel right about doing so it is up to them.
Hi Jeff,

Re PRX Race 3 Oct 20, here is RDSS from the Contest: http://paceandcap.com/forums/showpos...1&postcount=39 It does not surprise me at all that Synergism also got it easily.

I shall refer any inquiries I get re acquiring Synergism to you.

cheers,

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Old 10-20-2012, 04:14 PM   #3
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Ted,

Nice that RDSS and Syn2 both came up with it


As far as the requests go your judgement is just fine

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Old 10-20-2012, 07:54 PM   #4
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Jeff,
Manually input is passe'. Parts decided, if was feasible to have Ted to have RDSS import pace lines to be used with Syn. As business as usually, if there was enough participants, Ted would oblige, and he did. Unfortunately not enough people did sign in and the deal was dead.
Parts what is your next move.
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Manually input is passe'. Parts decided, if was feasible to have Ted to have RDSS import pace lines to be used with Syn. As business as usually, if there was enough participants, Ted would oblige, and he did. Unfortunately not enough people did sign in and the deal was dead.
Parts what is your next move.
The deal is not dead: RDSS exports to Synergism2 just fine. Further Synergism-related work is what I have stopped doing.

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Old 10-20-2012, 08:31 PM   #6
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the deal is dead. You don't have enough Syn aficionados that would subscribe to RDSS for the the pleasure to forgo the manual input. Isn't that what Parts was alluding to.
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the deal is dead. You don't have enough Syn aficionados that would subscribe to RDSS for the the pleasure to forgo the manual input. Isn't that what Parts was alluding to.
I repeat: RDSS exports to Synergism2. If you want the pleasure of foregoing manual input to Syn2, use RDSS.

I'll let Partsnut reply further if he chooses.

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Old 10-21-2012, 02:35 AM   #8
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Ted,

I thought too that's what Bill H was referring to.


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