You've got the calculations right.
However, be very wary of betting too much on those dates. Yes, it's a good time to be in the woods, but so is the 14 days to either side of it.
As an example, November 8 is the start of the Kentucky Modern Weapons Season. Will I eschew Opening Weekend and wait for the next week? Heck no. I plan on hunting the Opener, and if I'm not back at work, I plan on hunting the whole next two weeks.
Local conditions can also effect the outcome. For instance, if it rains for weeks beforehand, it will skew the amount of light hitting the does' pineal glands and throw off the timing. Hunting pressure can make them all go take a powder. A failed mast crop can make them all scarce. You never know.
The best plan is to get as much time in the field as possible. I've got 26 years under my belt. Since I'm off work for a while, I' ve got a bunch of time to kill. I went back and tried to correlate my deer hunting with various predictions, including the lunar cycle you mentioned. Zip. Nada. I've bagged big deer when the lunar cycle said it was too early. I've gone dry when they said it should be peaking. Does that mean Charlie is all wrong? No. It just means that he may be right given the big picture but local conditions skewed things.