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  • mrtaylor85

    Best as in best bang for your buck. Has anybody taken a particular course and seen improvement?

  • mostballstplaya

    I took this course “Notorious’ Ultimate Guide to Beating NBA DFS”, but they all ramble about the same thing. What to look for when building a lineup, but not how to build one if you know what I mean. Every body talks about the same thing, your better off reading free articles then paying for these.

  • TheMadDawg2020

    Great question. I have been pondering the same thing for a week or two. Mostballstplaya, tyvm for the answer too. That’s what I feared. The descriptions are kinda vague and they all appear to be lacking any concrete/specific info that really stands out so I’m glad I didn’t buy one .

  • GQ1NYC

    I did the awhile back written by Jim. It was helpful but didn’t show the daily grind process which I want to fine tune.

  • Cpjttogether

    id pay for one given by hoop if he does one. I think he is the best nba player.

  • kittymanportrait

    Bales and Mears are the two authors that I think dig a little deeper than the rest.

  • benji1907

    i purchased the banroll building one by noto and jmtowin had some clips of good info but wasnt healpfull at all , one lesson about strategy was all about something totally different

  • Rosterdamus

    I kind of felt that way about JM’s NFL Master’s Course. It can basically be summed up by “use your time wisely. Subscribe to premium and read my article every week.” So basically one paid course is just an advertisement for more paid courses with the only actionable advice being to pay for premium and other future paid courses. I kind of felt like Ralphie in “A Christmas Story” when he finally decodes the message and it’s “make sure to eat your ovaltine.” A crummy commercial! Rats!

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