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  • jerzeyzfynest

    If it’s not to much to ask what the target is for some sports on fanduel.

    What would the target be for: all fanduel

    MLB cash games and GPP

    Nfl cash / GPP

    Nba cash/gpp

    Nhl cash /gpp

    Would appreciate it.

  • soonerdawg

    just estimating….

    H/H…..32 and you should be good most of the time
    Double ups….around 35 points
    GPP….around 42, you should win 2.5x

    just talking MLB here

  • brandnewthrice2

    it all depends on how much scoring is done on the slate…ALOT of variances comes into play in MLB

  • bbqnut

    I think in double ups your target score needs to be at least 40 points to have a good shot at cashing.

  • Almosteagle123

    • 2015 FanDuel WFBC Finalist

    Ownership % has a lot to do with it as well. Say 80% of the field has Carrasscoo and he puts up a solid 4 points, the cashing score will be lower…

  • donkshow

    It varies nightly

  • steveospeak

    The variance is pretty high and dependent on that night’s slate of games. For instance last night only had a couple high scoring games and no pitchers dominated, add in the fact it wasn’t a full slate and scoring was probably a little down.

    I’m not much of a cash game MLB player, but for GPP’s you want mid-to high 40’s to have a good shot of at least min cashing. Maybe on a short slate you can get by with high 30’s or low 40’s, but typically you need to be at least at 45 to cash.

    One other big factor for GPP’s is the size of the tournament. If you are playing a small field the top scores are less, but the cash line can be slightly higher.

  • idmartin

    The cash scores do vary nightly, and sometimes by a lot. With that being said, here are my numbers this year for the 63 slates I have played MLB double ups on FD.

    My Avg Score: 38.40 pts
    Double up win rate: 60.32%
    Highest losing score: 42 pts
    Lowest winning score: 28 pts

    These numbers cover a variety of slates as well, some slates may have only had 4-6 games while others were a full slate.

  • Jeff7kv

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    While you could avg everything out to get an answer, I think to try to define what is safe is a bad idea, scores in MLB can vary drastically, especially if everyone is on the same players. It’s just like how projections in MLB isn’t recommended, it’s difficult to predict an unpredictable thing like hitting.

    A sport like NBA is better-suited for defining a safe line.

  • dakimbell

    This is just a guess based off playing just about every day this season, i know there is variance but average i would say is something like this

    GPP:
    average night 45 puts you into bottom tier
    50-60 puts you in middle tier
    60-75 you have a shot at really cashing

  • ChoppoDong

    What I’m taking from this discussion is scoring ranks H2H < 50/50 < GPP min-cash? I think that’s general enough to start allocating a daily budget.

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