From their support page for withdrawals: https://fanduel.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/41 "FanDuel user accounts are intended solely for game play, so you should make deposits with one purpose in mind - to use these funds to enter into paid contes... Read More+1
I think the issue you're having a problem seeing is that you're judging players for cash viability in a vacuum only and not in the context of an entire lineup construction. Once you prioritize and decide to play Rashford & Aubameyang in F slots, Young & Ta... Read More+2
I'm sorry, but if you don't understand how those players were absolutely viable in a cash construction, then you should probably quit playing cash games because you're going to continued to get throttled most weeks. Arsenal & Man United the two biggest fa... Read More
Funny. I’ll still just have my usual 10-15 lineups in soccer on Saturday. Read More
I play a significant volume specializing in a more niche sport, so I'd be down to chat to offer feedback from that perspective. Read More
Yes, I happen to agree with this. But I factor this as more the poor GPP strategy by users rather than specifically the byproduct of the contest entry limits. A wrong assumption was made previously, since I'm somewhat defending 150 entry limits, that I'm ... Read More
But isn't "stacking every team" to be the equivalent of "covering all bases" in this argument? Sure, if you want to select the same 4 players per team and make 4x2s, it's 120 lineups. But if you miss the player who HRs and have the 0-4 guy instead, that te... Read More+1
Any time I see this argument repeated over the years that max-entry guys can indeed "cover all bases", I always assume it's from someone who has never actually mass multi-entered before because it couldn't be further from the case. Just looking at it mathe... Read More+2
You've described exactly what I was looking for at min 0 max 1 - put one of these players *at most* in a lineup (without ensuring 1 would be in a specific lineup at all). I've been using the groups function for 2 months and it's always worked as it should ... Read More
Echoing Stew's sentiment, soccer cash games on DK are extremely sharp. The 23-mans or bigger are a tad bit softer with the extra room to get weaker opponents in, but of course you're paying a bit higher rake on them versus the 11-mans (which could easily i... Read More
Although I do very well with DFS, I'm not a "pro" either. The term is kind of laughable to begin with. But you do come across as jerk-like when you demean the successful process of good players (many of whom participate on RG forums every so often) down to... Read More+1
Thanks for listening, dude. You'll hear on Monday's RW podcast a more detailed breakdown of this past slate. Taking away the hindsight of the actual results today, I don't think your cash lineup there was *that* bad, albeit likely not the most optimal giv... Read More
Thanks for the laugh, my friend. I can guarantee you most, if not all the regular cash game players do not use an optimizer or advanced algorithmic models or computer simulations or anything of the sort. As Stew pointed out, Kolasinac was definitely a top... Read More+1
Yup. No one has accurately reflected the fact that in DK's attempt to push back the time, the slate was accidentally locked 30-35 minutes EARLY at around 1:30pm EDT - and players from the PPD games at 2:05pm were locked in lineups then despite it being bef... Read More+4
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