This is a video course with Dave Potts (CheeseIsGood) and JMToWin discussing strategies for MLB tournament play. They go through the different types of tournaments and how lineup construction should vary depending upon various factors, such as size of the field, the number of entries, and payout structure. There is a never-ending array of metrics to look at in baseball, and Cheese guides you through the most important factors to focus on to help you filter out the noise. The goal of this course is to help you set a plan for your tournament play that gives you the best chance of success in MLB DFS.
In this course, Cheese and JM cover:
• Types of GPPs and having a plan of attack
• Multi-entry tournaments
• Risk vs. reward
• Stats That Matter
A quick glance at the different areas to know about for baseball tournaments
The importance of game selection and setting your plan
How your lineups should be based upon your number of entries vs. the field
Knowing when and how to take chances without going overboard
The how, why and when of stacking
The difference in lineups and entry strategy when it’s first place or bust
A look at the hitting and pitching stats that you should focus on
One of the preeminent baseball minds in all of fantasy, Dave Potts, aka CheeseIsGood, has won contests at the highest levels of both season-long and DFS. He is a two-time winner of a million dollar first place prize in DFS; having won the 2014 FanDuel baseball live final and following that up by taking down a DraftKings Millionare Maker Tournament in 2015. In addition, he’s won the Main Event championship in the National Fantasy Baseball Championship and the NFBC Platinum League, which is the highest buy-in entry league. His consistent success in the NFBC tournaments recently earned him a prestigious spot in their Hall of Fame. Dave can also strum a mean guitar while carrying a tune and if you’re lucky, you’ll see him do so on one of his GrindersLive appearances. Follow Dave on Twitter – @DavePotts2.