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  • whodat2

    When: March 5-8

    Where: Orlando, Fla

    Course: Bay Hill Club and Lodge | A par 72 playing at 7419 yards

    Last Year’s Winner: Francesco Molinari at -12

    Last Year’s Cut: +1

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  • sneaksox

    @Dunzor said...

    Ouch, a Reed bogey would get me another 3/3 and a 4/4 so I’m with you there. I had way more bets in play than I meant too but after last weeks wins I put a bit more in play and the double happy hours got me too. Didn’t hit a crazy amount but got a couple 5/5s and 4/4s so will be a profitable day but waiting to see the final tally

    Did he just drive it in the water?!

  • Dunzor

    Yes!!! Reed through the fairway into the water just like Mats earlier! We just gotta fade a dart approach

  • bfwl3434

    Reed in the drink!

  • MrBreeze

    hate you guys, I’m mad Reed drove the water, cost me tickets!

  • bfwl3434

    he’ll probably knock it to 15 feet and make the putt with how he’s putting lately

  • lfn1992

    Gamez is a man possessed! Gets a snowman on 6 and still has a shot at Poston! Won’t be easy unless he can get a bogey-bogey finish or manage a DBB somewhere. But he’s in the ballpark!

  • NickDiesel316

    just need ortiz and mcneally to have amazing days tomorrow….. we got this!

  • Steverino01

    Wait, did JB and Molinari really outscore Poston today?

  • Dunzor

    @bfwl3434 said...

    he’ll probably knock it to 15 feet and make the putt with how he’s putting lately

    You were close but he just burned the edge

  • sneaksox

    Woo, thank you Reed!

  • smallANDflaccid

    My code said hey you should play Watson. I was like huh, really? But whatever, I get burned a lot when I don’t listen. So I play him – and now need him to make the cut tomorrow as he is clearly on the line. That always works out great.

  • Money0227

    @Dunzor said...

    You were close but he just burned the edge

    That salvaged a profitable day, but I left some heartbreaking 4/5’s on the table. I may have gone full tilt had he drained the putt. I still haven’t fully recovered from the Rose fiasco last week.

  • BIF

    Way to grind it in Wyndham Clark

    -1 the last 5 holes

    Birdie-Double-Par-Birdie-Birdie

  • Unico10

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    @Steverino01 said...

    Wait, did JB and Molinari really outscore Poston today?

    That round is an all timer…

  • BIF

    @Dunzor said...

    I mean there is nearly a 1.5 stroke difference between the waves right now with some tough holes still to play so it’s definitely a factor

    True BUT but blindly stacking the morning draw was not the answer unless you faded a ton of quality plays like Scott, Stenson, Finau.

    In fact by stacking the AM wave people probably ended up with more of those Morning Duds than they would have normally had they just stuck to their process. For example Hideki (PM) was only 10% and Scott/Stenson/Finau (all AM) were basically double that around 20%. If you ignore the weather, they are probably all merging closer to 15%

  • Dunzor

    @Dunzor said...

    Ouch, a Reed bogey would get me another 3/3 and a 4/4 so I’m with you there. I had way more bets in play than I meant too but after last weeks wins I put a bit more in play and the double happy hours got me too. Didn’t hit a crazy amount but got a couple 5/5s and 4/4s so will be a profitable day but waiting to see the final tally

    Haha so it ended up being a pretty great day after all since I had so much in play. Ended up with $800 in play for round 1 across 20 different MKF bets but I managed to win 7/20 (2 – 2/2, 1 – 3/3, 2 – 4/4, 2 – 5/5) for $2300 and a net profit of $1500 for day 1! Now I gotta scale back and only play my normal 6-8 bets for round 2. It’ll be interesting to see where the over unders are whether they adjust for weather again or start it off based on the closing afternoon numbers.

    Hope everyone else profited for the day or have their dfs teams in good shape. After day one I’m leading 27/29 of the beat the forum h2hs but Scott will likely MC so I’m sure that will go down as the weekend continues

  • mr_papageorgio

    Nice finish Ancer, -2 on the last 3! Gonna need a good round from X tomorrow.

  • Dunzor

    Oh I agree that it wasn’t enough to make a full stack the ideal option but it did play a factor and I think it was still smart to play your cheaper/ high variance guys from the morning wave and just play whichever studs you liked regardless

    Edit: meant to quote BIF regarding AM/PM

  • Money0227

    @Dunzor said...

    Haha so it ended up being a pretty great day after all since I had so much in play. Ended up with $800 in play for round 1 across 20 different MKF bets but I managed to win 7/20 (2 – 2/2, 1 – 3/3, 2 – 4/4, 2 – 5/5) for $2300 and a net profit of $1500 for day 1! Now I gotta scale back and only play my normal 6-8 bets for round 2. It’ll be interesting to see where the over unders are whether they adjust for weather again or start it off based on the closing afternoon numbers.

    Hope everyone else profited for the day or have their dfs teams in good shape. After day one I’m leading 27/29 of the beat the forum h2hs but Scott will likely MC so I’m sure that will go down as the weekend continues

    Good job. Five 4/5’s with a different torpedo for each one hurts. I still more than doubled my investment, so I’ll be thankful and move on to tomorrow.

  • Dewoc19

    @BIF said...

    True BUT but blindly stacking the morning draw was not the answer unless you faded a ton of quality plays like Scott, Stenson, Finau.

    In fact by stacking the AM wave people probably ended up with more of those Morning Duds than they would have normally had they just stuck to their process. For example Hideki (PM) was only 10% and Scott/Stenson/Finau (all AM) were basically double that around 20%. If you ignore the weather, they are probably all merging closer to 15%

    I didn’t intentionally stack the AM wave, it just worked out that way, played 18 golfers and 15 were in the AM. Now I’ll admit that I probably had 10-13 originally from the AM and then I let the weather decide the other few but I did pretty well. Faded Stenson and Finau but I do have Scott, I’m breaking even right now but I was up $200 at one point and just watched my lineups slide just cause I had next to nobody going in the PM wave

  • Dewoc19

    @Dunzor said...

    Haha so it ended up being a pretty great day after all since I had so much in play. Ended up with $800 in play for round 1 across 20 different MKF bets but I managed to win 7/20 (2 – 2/2, 1 – 3/3, 2 – 4/4, 2 – 5/5) for $2300 and a net profit of $1500 for day 1! Now I gotta scale back and only play my normal 6-8 bets for round 2. It’ll be interesting to see where the over unders are whether they adjust for weather again or start it off based on the closing afternoon numbers.

    Hope everyone else profited for the day or have their dfs teams in good shape. After day one I’m leading 27/29 of the beat the forum h2hs but Scott will likely MC so I’m sure that will go down as the weekend continues

    If I just give you my MKF info can you make bets for me, I’ll just deposit money in there when you need me too? You just WD whatever cut you feel you deserve for your efforts

  • Dunzor

    @Dewoc19 said...

    If I just give you my MKF info can you make bets for me, I’ll just deposit money in there when you need me too? You just WD whatever cut you feel you deserve for your efforts

    Haha I am back on a bit of a heater again for MKF. Placed a few bets for tomorrow, I’m mainly backing Hideki and Fowler to play well and most others to go under their targets though I’m on the fence with Rory so hedged him a little.

  • Dunzor

    Saw this over on Reddit…DK promo open to everyone I think through the end of the day. Use this link and deposit at least $20 and they’ll give you an extra $20. A bunch of people responded saying it worked:

    https://dkng.co/Karma20

  • lfn1992

    @BIF said...

    True BUT but blindly stacking the morning draw was not the answer unless you faded a ton of quality plays like Scott, Stenson, Finau.

    In fact by stacking the AM wave people probably ended up with more of those Morning Duds than they would have normally had they just stuck to their process. For example Hideki (PM) was only 10% and Scott/Stenson/Finau (all AM) were basically double that around 20%. If you ignore the weather, they are probably all merging closer to 15%

    I loved Stenson and would have played him regardless, but Scott I sort-of forced in there instead of another high-priced equivalent (maybe Rickie?) I might have considered instead. Fortunately I still ignored the win draw for Benny An.

  • yougotgot

    Thoughts on MKF tomorrow? I only play the more or less as I think the rapid fire are pretty silly, why bring 10 players into it instead of dealing with 5?

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