Thank you for your email. I haven't heard of anyone having an issue with the Numbers ELS sequence, but many do stumble on the Deuteronomy, due to a couple anomolies with it that are "explained away" by the Rabbis. This is from Chuck's book, Cosmic Codes:
There are actually two ostensible discrepancies regarding the patterns of Deuteronomy in the Torah, as footnoted in my book, Cosmic Codes – Hidden Messages From the Edge of Eternity.
While the pattern in each of the other three (excepting Leviticus) begin with the first tau, in Deuteronomy it begins with the 5th verse. Also, the interval is reduced from 50 to 49. The rabbinical authorities have various rationales for this deviation.
1) The Hebrew sage Villa Gaon wrote in Aderet Eliyahu that Deuteronomy actually starts from the 5th verse, while the first 4 verses correspond to the first four books.
2) Furthermore, the 5th verse opens, 'On this side Jordan, in the land of Moab, began Moses to declare this law, saying…' It is claimed that Moshe Rabbenu (Moses our Teacher) was given 49 out of the 50 gates of wisdom. Since the subsequent exposition of the Torah is given from the mouth of Moshe, the interval is 49 rather than 50.
Excerpted from an article by Daniel Michelson, 'Codes in the Torah,' B’or Ha’Torah, No. 6, 1987, published by SHAMIR, the Association of Religious Professionals from the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe in Israel, Jerusalem, Israel.
Hopefully this will help. As in everything, let the Holy Spirit confirm this in your heart...don't take Chuck's word for it and if it's too far of a reach, then toss it--the Bible surely has enough in it to defend itself without the TORH/YHVH code.