• mandarinorange

    Has anyone read any DFS books? If so, any recommendations?

  • louiescards

    DK KoTH winner

    I personally like the series by Jonathan Bales, Fantasy Football for Smart People. There are things in each as the series of books progressed that you can utilize in any sport you play. I believe some of the older books are free on Amazon if you want to get an idea of content.

  • fathalpert

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    I’ve read Jonathan Bales’ baseball and football books and have enjoyed them both.

  • Yahoo302

    All his books are great and well written. Personally, I think his baseball book is the most informative to the up and coming DFSer.

  • thehazyone

    RG Contributor

    • Blogger of the Month

    @jonbales book’s are the nuts in terms of DFS – C.D. Carter also has a couple of books that are worth a read. The RotoAcademy courses (free and paid) are also outstanding.

  • mewhitenoise

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    • Blogger of the Month

    Bales books are great. Renee Miller has an ebook that looks really interesting, but I keep forgetting to buy it. It’s $3, so crossing my fingers I win a 50/50 or two tonight so I can finally afford it.

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