In example 2 you coded the access lists like you would if you were going to assign them with access-group on the physical interfaces where you specify source address and destination address. But you are trying to use the access list in a distribute list. In a distribute list you are filtering the advertisement and advertisements do not have source and destination addresses.
In example 3 you are using route map deny logic which gets a bit tricky. I suggest that you start with route maps which use permit in the route map statement and deny in the access list logic. These are much more easy to work with. After you get quite comfortable with route map logic you can come back to the route map deny logic.
We are pleased to announce availability of Beta software for 16.6.3.
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