1. MA13>MA233, and
2. MA26>MA233, and,
3. MA13>MA26, and,
4. MA26(1)<=MA26, and,
Where MA26(1) is the previous point.
Rule 4 may eliminate some bad trades, but it also generates strange results in optimizations. Rule 3 isn't necessary. I wonder if rule 1 is really necessary, cause by the time MA26 crosses MA233, MA13 crosses it as well already. So it doesn't really add anything, same with rule 3.
I have to test that.
Attached version has only 2 rules. Draw downs are reduced with MM. I believe it optimizes MAs better.