Your problem is that calls come into BRI lines based upon the number dialed, but when analog calls come into one of these lines, they can be switched to any modem in the router. Part of your confusion seems to be your belief that the lines 81 and 82 are somehow associated with BRI1/6, but line numbers here are referring to modem lines, not BRI interfaces. So, in your config, you have no way of assuring that a call to a specific BRI gets switched to a modem in the group-async interface that you want.
You can rectify this by setting up modem pools and assigning modems to the modem pools. In your case, put lines 65-80 in modem pool PAT, and lines 81 and 82 into modem pool MIKE (of course, you can pick your own names for the modem pools).
Here is a link that should help you with your modem pool config.
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