When will they ever not need "every dollar they can get?" The idea of entry limits only came up after the first round of scandals (Ethan-gate, I think. It's hard to remember all of them at this point). So I reject this argument on its face. The truth is t... Read More
Why is it that every thread like this gets trolled by the "build better lineups" or "you should have fun losing" crowd? Every time. This guy is the casual player you all are dependent upon to sustain your hobby. He's telling you why he's unhappy with the ... Read More+15
The sites give the pros free reign because the top 1% of players pay >60% of the rake (the sites only revenue). They will never be limited. The pros enter small dollar contests to go fishing. It improves their odds and doesn't require any extra effort so... Read More+13
I'll just leave this here: https://rotogrinders.com/threads/worried-about-cheating-collusion-883969. From a year ago. Read More
https://twitter.com/fantasysalary/status/780247289218695172 edit: quuake211 said it much better. Read More+1
My man, you sound like the proverbial "guy with a hammer." Not everything is a nail. Ray knows what he's doing with MME and even he's calling bullshit here. https://twitter.com/fantasysalary/status/780247289218695172 Read More+1
Ray uses one account. That's what makes it not collusion. Read More+5
In the big multi entry double ups he uses unique lineups for each entry with lots of overlap. My best guess is he just lowers the max score limit on his lineup algorithm. Always the same 2 pitchers though. Read More
And with the prize pools so top weighted, it's probably a more left skewed distribution with many net losers paying few net winners. Read More
You're right in that we don't know the distribution of accounts within the buckets. theoretically 1 guy in the bottom 50% could have played and lost $4 million and 780,000 guys could play $1 and double their money. That way most everyone's a winner! I'm as... Read More
Oh stop it. You're being a 1% apologist. How sustainable is an ecosystem where 99% of the participants have ROIs ranging from -14% to -60%? Literally all the money is going to the site and the 1%. Read More+3
Unsustainable no matter how many advertisements they run or half-baked community guidelines they decree. Half their customers had a -60% ROI for those 1.5 years. Also no wonder they cater to the top 1% - they contribute >65% of revenue. Read More+1
Why is it always the multi entry guys that react like this? Mphst has just as much a right to voice his opinion here as you do. Read More+5
I stopped playing all together. ROI went WAAAAY up. Read More
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