I was looking at the overall player rankings and points awarded for H2H contests. I’ve noticed that if you win a $10 H2H contest (FanDuel) you are awarded 6.03 points while if you win a $109 H2H contest you are awarded 25.30 points. Despite the $109 contest being 10x the $10 H2H you are awarded less than 5X the amount of points.
This calculation heavily favors players who run a high volume at the low stakes. For example, A player who has won (10) $10 H2Hs will be awarded a total of 60.3 points while a $109 victory only nets you 25.30 points despite the total profit/payout being near identical.
I’m just interested in the math/equation that goes behind the overall ranking points system and how many points you are awarded based on a contest.
Seems like the ranking system tends to greatly favor a player who plays volume of $5 & $10 games rather than a player who plays less volume at higher price points. Thoughts?