
How to apply DueSheetHow to apply: DueSheets (DS) POSITION SYSTEM
The advantage is to understand what you are doing. With (DS), the Boxer is a system of mathematical advantages. The system, designed mathematically to extend advantages of other systems, to your advantage.
(3 Digit): The Boxer (A combination drawn in any order) The Boxer is a PostPosition (PP) system, consisting of (8) Columns (C) and (5) Rows (R) equaling (40) selections. (8X5= 40)
(8) Columns: Each (C) has (5) Boxed Combinations (BC) from same AddUp (AU) system. Example: AU: Adding total of (3) digits drawn Example:
Example: Every (BC) in C1 adds up to 10 C2 adds up to 11 C7 adds up to 16 C8 adds up to 17
Selecting (C2) & (R3) = (1) (BC). The sheet has (3) sections to (C & R) system of (8C & 5R) 1. 6 Way: A section  All (3) digits are different (40 BC) 2. 3 Way: A section  (2) digits are the same (DO) (38 BC) 3. 6 Way: B section  Second part of (6 Way) system (34) (BC)
Selecting (C2) with (R3), the system reveals (1) (BC) from each section for a total of (3) (BC) or (15) straight combinations.
The (3)digit system has (112) boxed combinations. Arranged in a rotating system, each month, some positions will have a different combination then previous month.
When a (C & R) match is drawn, the (BC) reflecting the (C & R) drops to bottom of identifiable (AU) list and combinations listed below the drawn (C & R) selection, move up (1) position.
Notice B Section: Some columns do not have (5) (PP) (6 Way)  (34) (BC) (C1 & 8)  (3) (PP) (C2 & 7)  (4) (PP) (C 3456)  (5) (PP)
(3 Way): (C3 & 6) has (4) (PP)  (C124567) has (5) (PP)
Selecting (C1) only, including all sections, reveals (13) (BC), Example: (A)6 Way: (C1) = (5) (BC) (A)3 Way: (C1) = (5) (BC) (B)6 Way: (C1) = (3) (BC) 13 (BC)
Selecting (R2) only, including all sections, reveals (24) (BC), Example: (A)6 Way: (R2) = (8) (BC) (A)3 Way: (R2) = (8) (BC) (B)6 Way: (R2) = (8) (BC) 24 (BC)
Selecting (C1 & R2), including all sections, reveals (3) (BC), Example: (A)6 Way: (C1 + R2) = (1) (BC) (A)3 Way: (C1 + R2) = (1) (BC) (B)6 Way: (C1 + R2) = (1) (BC) (3) (BC)
There is a special advantage for research purposes in selection decisions HISTORY: Record of each system, times drawn
ART (AnalyticalResearchTools): Recorded times each (C & R) (PP) was drawn, interactions of systems (Know past performances of each component part of system)
CHARTS: Advantages in selection process
SLOTLOT: A toolbox for developing potential selection with adjustable table to reduce number of combinations and reflect final play
The Tool Box is for selection of (C & R  AU  OE  SOC) revealing combinations of selection and methods to reduce number of combinations.
The Boxer, (C & R) systems is not complicated if interested, the focus of understanding relates to positions, reflected in (2) columns, (C & R), the first column represents (C), the second column represents (R).
Access to History and research tools is an advantage. To be successful, requires attention to TimeEffortLearning. The components of system are identified, learn them and use them to advantage. Experiment with you mind in mathematical structure and design systems of function to serve expected results.
Remember: This is a (PP) system, designed to stimulate awareness of History, Patterns and repetition of performance. Using (1 or 2) (PP) of (C & R) to confirm selection is a mathematical advantage.
(4Digit): The Instruction for (4digit) “The Boxer” is the same as the (3digit) “The Boxer” (1) Sheet – (6) Sections
The C Section: (4PP) (4AU) – (15171921) (12 BC)
(C & R): (81) Selections: (C) – (9) (PP) (R) – (9) (PP)
Selecting (C2) & (R3) = (1) (BC) selected from each section The sheets has (6) sections to (C & R) system of (9C & 9R)
Not all sections have the same number of (PP), each section of the (4digit) sheet functions within (9C & 9R)
SUGGESTED PROCESS
The due factor is one of many advantages; there are others, the more you learn, the more advantages you will discover.
The key to generating revenue is to focus on (8C) and (5R) of the (3digit) system (9C) and (9R) of the (4digit) system
Learn how to match (C & R) or each, separately. You are dealing with (13) digits for the (3digit) system and (18) digits for the (4digit) system, master the knowledge and you can be a winner.
(3Digit): (C): 12345678 (R): 12345
(4Digit): (C): 123456789 (R): 123456789
The above (3 & 4) digit systems of (C & R) affords anyone with serious intentions an opportunity to develop knowledge and skills for generating revenue.
The question comes up often, “what steps would I take to win?” It is not about me, it is about you, “what do you see?” Have confidence in yourself.


