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  • cvdynasty

    Fanduel Basketball Championship! Your Prediction on the Winner?

  • cvdynasty

    Mcjesters 50 Entries, vs my 5 entries… damnn, its gonna be tough. But like dude above said… To be the man, you gotta BEAT the man. My only way of continuing to claim too my friends that I am Top 3 Tournament player on fanduel, is to win this shit! lol

    Tomorrow look for my name, in the top 15.. #nopressure

  • dedlata

    I am amazed at the number of people with single digit (even zero) NBA wins entering (Thanks RG add-on). I would think having no experience on a site, and then entering a contest loaded with the best players in the industry is not a smart move.

  • 63TMB

    @dedlata said…

    I am amazed at the number of people with single digit (even zero) NBA wins entering (Thanks RG add-on). I would think having no experience on a site, and then entering a contest loaded with the best players in the industry is not a smart move.

    Just like Buster Douglass you only have to get lucky once to take down the big dogs

  • 03xx

    McJester and his 100 entries.

  • TheRealJoker

    @63TMB said…

    Just like Buster Douglass you only have to get lucky once to take down the big dogs

    Correct. I don’t speak for all the no name players but I just wanna take my shot and let the buckets fall where they may :)

  • 00oreo00

    • x3

      2015 DraftKings FFWC Finalist

    • x5

      2014 DraftKings FBWC Finalist

    @rrt7573 said…

    You want lol’s? I suggest reading this http://www.reddit.com/r/dfsports/comments/21yfrx/fuck_rotogrinders/

    ^Another great sosofishy book, Cam, Cal and all the RG experts should read.

    Anyway I’m predicting a DraftCheat 10 team train finishing 1-10th :)

    I read that a few days ago. For the record, he got ALOT of shit for posting that. Read the top comment, pretty much sums up everyones opinion. The post was taken down, but was reposted after several users requested to see it.

  • stlcardinals84

    Leading RG Analyst

    • 2018 DraftKings FBWC Finalist

    • 2018 DraftKings FBBWC Finalist

    @rrt7573 said…

    You want lol’s? I suggest reading this http://www.reddit.com/r/dfsports/comments/21yfrx/fuck_rotogrinders/

    ^Another great sosofishy book, Cam, Cal and all the RG experts should read.

    Anyway I’m predicting a DraftCheat 10 team train finishing 1-10th :)

    Hey, he mentions me!

  • Ross

    @oreo
    I read it earlier but never made it far enough to read the comments. Wasn’t going to post the link but at this point I think he is only here to troll and stir things up. I will go back and check it out :)

    Gl in Dfbbc tomorrow.

  • Chatteryy

    Hoping I still care about my lineup by 10 pm tomorrow.

  • bbrookie9

    @rrt7573 said…

    You want lol’s? I suggest reading this http://www.reddit.com/r/dfsports/comments/21yfrx/fuck_rotogrinders/

    ^Another great sosofishy book, Cam, Cal and all the RG experts should read.

    Anyway I’m predicting a DraftCheat 10 team train finishing 1-10th :)

    Another lost 20 minutes of my time

  • ckamins87

    • 2016 DraftKings FBWC Finalist

    • 2016 FanDuel WFBBC Finalist

    I have 7 entries and keep going back in forth between:

    “i’m the man, f’n Nostradamus, no one can beat me tomorrow, might as well put in a train and take down 1-7 for 250k”

    “you’re good, but you’re not that good…put in 7 completely different entries so no one player can F you because you know someone will”

    “you have no chance tomorrow you stupid fish, go home.”

    Anyways, hopefully you see imhungry13579 somewhere high up there.

  • tonnanek

    it’s gonna be OREO.

  • SoSoFishy

    @stlcardinals84 said…

    Hey, he mentions me!

    I’m getting very popular. But that first post kinda proves my point. I was saying how you guys aren’t perfect. Then he decides to post to tell me the exact same thing. But reading comprehension these days has suffered. I blame the internet. Kids don’t read books anymore.

    I wasn’t planning on that post to be leaked here. But regardless yes I mentioned you but I don’t think in a bad way. I used you as an example. That soon the game will get hard that people who aren’t fully dedicated to this will find it difficult to continue to have the same success.

    My point was that most of you have full time jobs and familys. And if McJester is king and has to spend sleepless nights doing what hes doing. As hes the target and envy of the community.

    I don’t see how someone with a family and a full time profession will be able to compete. I’m referring to more in the future. As more McJesters and people with no time commitments and put this kind of work into it.

    Well those people will be working on strategy’s specifically taught here and how to counter them. You guys have created something very unique. But the problem is everyone comes here. Which means as soon as you post an article. Whatever you just taught just became common knowledge. Therefore ineffective vs the same people who read the article.

    So I guess I could be wrong. But I watched this happened to very good respected players in poker. They got fat and happy and stopped getting better. Majority of people spend just a few hours on this and think that’s all its going to take.

    We are step 1 of this thing. It is easier now than it will ever be in the future. If you’re struggling now. In 5 years you will be fish food unless you start putting more time into this.

    We already see what happens when someone with great skill works his ass off. He takes 1st 2nd and 3rd in a championship filled with the most respected players.

    As good as he is… I think we need higher standards of who is to be respected.

  • alsmizzle

    • 2013 RotoGrinders TPOY Champion

    • $1M Prize Winner

    @SoSoFishy said…

    I’m getting very popular. But that first post kinda proves my point. I was saying how you guys aren’t perfect. Then he decides to post to tell me the exact same thing. But reading comprehension these days has suffered. I blame the internet. Kids don’t read books anymore.

    I wasn’t planning on that post to be leaked here. But regardless yes I mentioned you but I don’t think in a bad way. I used you as an example. That soon the game will get hard that people who aren’t fully dedicated to this will find it difficult to continue to have the same success.

    My point was that most of you have full time jobs and familys. And if McJester is king and has to spend sleepless nights doing what hes doing. As hes the target and envy of the community.

    I don’t see how someone with a family and a full time profession will be able to compete. I’m referring to more in the future. As more McJesters and people with no time commitments and put this kind of work into it.

    Well those people will be working on strategy’s specifically taught here and how to counter them. You guys have created something very unique. But the problem is everyone comes here. Which means as soon as you post an article. Whatever you just taught just became common knowledge. Therefore ineffective vs the same people who read the article.

    So I guess I could be wrong. But I watched this happened to very good respected players in poker. They got fat and happy and stopped getting better. Majority of people spend just a few hours on this and think that’s all its going to take.

    We are step 1 of this thing. It is easier now than it will ever be in the future. If you’re struggling now. In 5 years you will be fish food unless you start putting more time into this.

    We already see what happens when someone with great skill works his ass off. He takes 1st 2nd and 3rd in a championship filled with the most respected players.

    As good as he is… I think we need higher standards of who is to be respected.

    People decide who they respect and who they don’t. RG doesn’t control that.

    The funny thing is that pretty much every player in the RG top 25 has a very healthy respect for every other player in the top 25 and we all know who the players outside of it are who are up and comers. It’s only people from outside who think that everyone in the top 25 are bad players who don’t deserve to be respected.

  • SoSoFishy

    @alsmizzle said…

    People decide who they respect and who they don’t. RG doesn’t control that.

    The funny thing is that pretty much every player in the RG top 25 has a very healthy respect for every other player in the top 25 and we all know who the players outside of it are who are up and comers. It’s only people from outside who think that everyone in the top 25 are bad players who don’t deserve to be respected.

    That wasn’t my point. I don’t know 99% of the players in the top 25. Therefore I can’t really comment who should be respected.

    But if you say that there were 70 respected players in the SS championship. Yet one guy was able to take 1st 2nd and 3rd.

    He’s able to win the slam over and over. Then he has articles written saying how hard he works.

    I was asked if only one player was winning the slam continuously or if others players were doing it also. I Thought about that for a little while. And no they aren’t.

    And I’m not taking anything away from McJester. He’s winning all these because of how hard he works and he deserves it.

    But to counter the question and the point that was asked. How many guys are putting in sleepless nights 1-2 nights a week?

    I bet if everyone in the top 25 did that then there would be more McJesters. It’s like hes the only team in the MLB and numbers 2-infinity are fighting for the Minor league title. And I think it’s because he works harder.

    Then when I say I want to put that kind of time in I’m flamed for it. Which means whoever are teaching these people aren’t teaching them correctly.

    So is it by chance the hardest working player is cleaning house with the “Most Respected” players in the industry?

    Again not taking anything away from you or any instructors here. Or any player. I can only comment on a few players that I’ve played personally and had conversations with. I am not qualified to say who should and shouldn’t be respected.

    I’m just saying maybe next year. I hope everyone in that Mansion learned something. And that’s the last time any player is able to take 1,2,3. I think it should be hard as hell to win any championship and damn near impossible to take the top 3 spots.

    I think the competition should be that good. So I really want to know. Is he that much better then everyone in that tourney?

    Or does he just work that much harder? And to follow up what do the players in the top 25 plan to do about this? Just let him continue to crush?

    Because I promise there are others who are aiming for him. And all of you who are not working to be better then him. Well you guys are training people who will and its a matter of time before your rank starts to fall.

    I don’t think any player in the top 25 is bad. I want to make that clear. That was not my point.

    My point is I believe his success is directly related to his work ethic. And if you guys have Jobs,Familys and Daily teaching commitments. There’s only 24 hours in a day. How will you compete?

    That’s a serious question. And one I’ve put thought into. Like I said this isn’t a flame. I’m not putting any of you down.

    I think to even be a consistent winner you have to be good. And to be a winner at the highest of stakes well its not even an argument if you’re good or not.

    I think being good is only half the battle. The other half is how hard you work. And your competition is working the max amount of time. So how will you compete with that?

  • realdeals

    Even if majority of DFS players worked as hard as McJester does, I highly doubt they’d have the same success. He and others have a tremendous feel and understanding of the nba and how games are going to go.
    I could be wrong in this, but i think NBA unlike baseball or football you really need to watch a lot of games to understand the teams (rotations, how Inj effect other players, etc) are. You can’t just study stats. If a player is Inj or gets traded, it’s obv if a sub is now a starter and his minutes will increase, but what the novices don’t know (me) is for example the SG now handles the ball more with the replacement PG in. In My current nba knowledge I need to read that from a source, I normally won’t automatically know.
    There’s no substitution for watching a lot of games…

  • SoSoFishy

    @realdeals said…

    Even if majority of DFS players worked as hard as McJester does, I highly doubt they’d have the same success. He and others have a tremendous feel and understanding of the nba and how games are going to go.
    I could be wrong in this, but i think NBA unlike baseball or football you really need to watch a lot of games to understand the teams (rotations, how Inj effect other players, etc) are. You can’t just study stats. If a player is Inj or gets traded, it’s obv if a sub is now a starter and his minutes will increase, but what the novices don’t know (me) is for example the SG now handles the ball more with the replacement PG in. In My current nba knowledge I need to read that from a source, I normally won’t automatically know.
    There’s no substitution for watching a lot of games…

    Ok. Watch Every Game. If that’s what it takes watch every game. I agree. McJester is an expert on NBA. I think the top players have a strong feel for the game. The only thing I think separates Cards and McJester is McJester puts so much more time into his lineups.

    But Cards deck is fixed. I’d actually like to say I think Cards may be the hardest working person in the world. He has to have crazy family support. All I know is in his Well he said He works full time as an accountant. Just had a 2nd baby.

    When Cards is at work or spending time with his family McJester is working on his lineups. How do you beat that? How do 2 experts clash. How does the one with all of that beat McJester? He doesn’t. He can’t he never will. And Cards could actually be more knowledgeable than McJester and still not succeed.

    How many basketball games do I have to watch to be an expert? If I watch every game. I mean every game. How long until I’m an expert? How long does that take the average person?

    Wait until the college kids figure it out. Wait until they figure out that if they watch every game and learn how to play fantasy they can get a 70$ loan and take 1st,2nd,3rd in what is suppose to be a field of superstars.

    Theres what 10k DFS regs? There’s 33 million players who play fantasy. How many regs are there? There’s 1/x McJester. Imagine if we get to say 50% exposure of that 33 million.

    There’s an article that says in 2006 42% of males age 18+ with internet access played some sort of fantasy sports. In 2006.

    Wait until they get a whiff of daily. Raise your hand if you started with yearly leagues? Have you told your friends? do they all play? Why? Because what you are telling them is fiction. They think McJester is hitting the lottery.

    Wait until the sites figure out how to get around that brick. They just need people to TRY their product. They will love it.

    Whats the funnest part of yearly leagues?

    DRAFTINGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG

    You only get to do the best part 1 time. WTF. Now you get to do it everyday. Holy mother fucking shit.

    I think everyone one of us feels that way. Less than 10% of the Fantasy community even is aware of Daily. I have friends who just come over and watch me. They will not create their own account.

    They are so smart. I have to smoke them out make them come over and watch. They just don’t believe it. They gotta see it to believe it.

    And all of this is relevant why? Because more experts are coming. And they will have McJester time. Or the top experts will be passed and forced to merge. And put 2 hours between 6 great minds and compete.

    If I had to narrow down what McJesters truest talent is. He doesn’t succeed at just DFS. Did you read that article. He’s done some pretty amazing things. Some very hard things. I think McJester is an expert at adapting. So he will always find a way to stay ahead of the competition.

    Cards may possess that skill as well. But if he could win the GPPs. If there was another player with the ability to win the GPP’s that McJester is.

    Like for real. If anyone could answer this I’ll stfu forever.

    If It’s possible to what McJester is doing. And you are an expert. How much money do you make as an accountant? I think McJester has made more every week than most accountants make in a couple years. So why wouldn’t you be doing it? If you have the ability what stops you from putting in the work to do what he does?

    I know the answer. And I’m going to say it. I know I’ll be banished to RG hell but fuck it. The reason why no one else is doing it. Is because none of the so called experts can.

    They can’t do it. If they could why wouldn’t they? Do they hate money? I mean wake up. But you won’t hear an expert tell you that. Why? It’s bad business.

  • cvdynasty

    Its not all work ethic? I seriously will do 10 minutes of research, check twitter, and put in 2-3 slam entries. I do this mon-wed-fri. I sometimes do the 50, 100 and 270 tournies.

    And this year I am taking home over 20-30K in profit in basketball. So i dont know what your talking about. Family… time bla bla bla. 10 hours of research and 2 hours of research is the same thing in my eyes. Its a lot of luck, but just like in most things you do, there are some people who are just clear and above better then the field. Doesn’t mean they will always win. If you dont have the time, then on a Monday, start doing research for weds contests. It’ll give you 2 days to do 2 hours of research, which is more then enough.

  • alsmizzle

    • 2013 RotoGrinders TPOY Champion

    • $1M Prize Winner

    Naap dominated MLB tournaments last season, McJester dominated NBA tournaments this season…it happens. They’re both great players who ran incredibly hot for a solid 6 months. It’s an incredible feat, but it’s hard to maintain or replicate from one season to the next.

    It’s not about time to research, it’s about organization, feel, understanding and reading the tea leaves. Currently nobody is doing it better than McJester in NBA, but 6 months from now we’ll be talking about how someone else is dominating baseball like nobody else has before or will again…even though I just gave two examples from the past 12 months and more will add to the total in the future.

    Through all of it guys like STL, Dink, Chop, Primetime, CSURam and if I can be so bold as to add myself to the list just seem to keep on trucking.

  • realdeals

    Like I said I could be wrong. I put in 2-3 hours a day of research. That’s the most I can afford with my family and getting currently getting an MBA.
    McJester played T Douglas b/c he was fully in tune on how the Heat were playing. That’s an example from watching a lot of games.
    10 min is damn impressive, CVD. True Smizz, good points.

  • ckamins87

    • 2016 DraftKings FBWC Finalist

    • 2016 FanDuel WFBBC Finalist

    So So Fishy…my man…you need to look in the mirror and reverse how you view what’s going on around you. I’ve seen flaws in the logic in every post/response I’ve seen from you, and you are constantly hating on or blaming everything: the site, the players, the system, etc. But the one thing you fail to admit is maybe, just maybe, you aren’t as good as some others. Humility is a man’s game, try it.

    This isn’t poker, it’s fantasy basketball. You are dealing with humans, not cards. You can have all the time in the world, but no matter how much ‘work’ you put in, random things can and will happen in the game of basketball. Anyone who is talented at forecasting will be at an advantage here, but as long as you have been playing fantasy basketball for a while, any semi-intelligent person can compete.

    edit you edited your ‘ok watch every game’ post to an essay, and I can help but criticize this gem: “The only thing I think separates Cards and McJester is McJester puts so much more time into his lineups.

    But Cards deck is fixed. I’d actually like to say I think Cards may be the hardest working person in the world. He has to have crazy family support. All I know is in his Well he said He works full time as an accountant. Just had a 2nd baby.”

    You sound like a crazy person lol…you are presuming so much its ridiculous, and you act like you know so much based on what so little you read. You don’t know Mcjester or Stl, but you are comparing them. By the way, maybe you didn’t notice, but this super busy can’t compete guy named Stl just won all sorts of GPPs in mlb. If you have been playing fantasy for years, been watching for years, have a passion for the sport…then you know all the players already and dont need to put in much time to make a great lineup.

  • SoSoFishy

    @alsmizzle said…

    Naap dominated MLB tournaments last season, McJester dominated NBA tournaments this season…it happens. They’re both great players who ran incredibly hot for a solid 6 months. It’s an incredible feat, but it’s hard to maintain or replicate from one season to the next.

    It’s not about time to research, it’s about organization, feel, understanding and reading the tea leaves. Currently nobody is doing it better than McJester in NBA, but 6 months from now we’ll be talking about how someone else is dominating baseball like nobody else has before or will again…even though I just gave two examples from the past 12 months and more will add to the total in the future.

    Through all of it guys like STL, Dink, Chop, Primetime, CSURam and if I can be so bold as to add myself to the list just seem to keep on trucking.

    How many hours a day does Napp put in?

    All the pros will have to excuse me. I only started in January. I would consider myself an extreme noob in nba and mlb. I’ve never in my life watched a regular season NBA game.

    But even before DFS I always watch every NFL game. Sometimes more than once. The only thing I watch on TV is NFL network.

    But I think you missed my point. I consider watching a game research. But research is only part of what it takes I agree.

    I have put over 50 unique lineups in the shot on fan duel a few times. The first few I blew a good chunk of them. I had no idea. I do now and I can do it pretty fast.

    But I’m not saying you guys are bad. Again I don’t know many of the top players because I’m so new. I’m sure every player on that list is hard workers and adapt well.

    But I think if you guys put in the time McJester gets. You may not imitate him. But I think you’ll get in his way. I think he’ll win less. And I think you could of taken a 2nd or 3rd.

    If I would of been in that contest I’d be embarrassed and pissed. You know what. I bet if Tony_G got 1st 2nd and 3rd. I’m oh so curious to what McJester would of done.

    In that article. He won the playboy mansion. And what did he do? At 3am? Start working on tonights lineups?

    How many of you did that? I’m sorry. I think you are all great. But he’s making you guys look very very bad. And this is coming from a peer. I know I’m not but I see him as competition. I get pissed everytime he wins it because now I have to that many more in NFL to catch him.

    If someone in NHL is crushing it like him. Or there’s people who crush in other sports. Then my hats off to you and you’re what McJester is.

    But I bet they put a lot of work in. I don’t care what you do. You just need to be doing something. Or you will not ever be the best at this. It will only get harder.

    Let’s be honest. Has it gotten harder? Think it’s gonna turn around and start getting easier?

    It won’t. It will keep getting harder. And if you keep doing the same things you did last year. You will not win this year. And you damn sure won’t next.

    But that’s common sense right? Why do people fight me so hard on this simple concept. That the harder you work at something the more you get out of it.

    Every Outlier in the world has worked his ass off. Tiger Woods Jordan James Brady Manning Steve Jobs Eminem McJester….

    Do you really not see it? Name one amazing person who has been a true expert at something that didn’t work his ass off.

    And I’m very sorry to you and any pro who took offense to my post.

    As what I’m saying is in reality a huge compliment to McJester.

    And by your post I can tell you’re intelligent. You at least read my post before you responded. So I understand if you or anyone else who read my post disagrees.

    And I hope you don’t take this as a bash or anything I’ve ever written as a bash. Sometimes I tell the truth and sometimes the truth hurts. But sometimes things that hurt are the truth so whys it so frowned upon to point out the flaws?

    As instructors you sign up for this. You sign up for criticism. When I purchased this product I bought an opinion on what I purchased. And I thought I had rights to voice that opinion here.

    But obviously this forum is reserved for positive comments only. But I’ll just go to the BBB where there’s only negative comments.

    I save all of my post. I take it as a direct insult when I put 20 minutes of thought into a long post.

    For a mod to come in here and Play God and tell me to shut up. He just does it nicely and says the thread is locked. Then they delete my work.

    And that pisses me off. I’m not flaming anyone. You could point out my flaws as well. I have many. But I don’t claim to be an expert. Not yet.

  • realdeals

    And 99.9% of people wouldn’t be as successful as McJester, Smizzle, CSURam, etc if they just put in sleepless nights and watch a lot games.

    Fishy, you don’t work or have a family, how have you been doing? Serious question. Some can be quite successful with only a few hours a day of research. Btw, that was a jacked up post. All the guys at RG seem like good dudes and def set you up in the right direction to be successful. The rest is up to you.

  • cvdynasty

    I tried doing 4 hours of research 1 day for 6 games, and i got creamed. I dissected every little tidbit of information. And all for nothing. Lost like 2k, that day. So basically now I log in, if there are 10 games, i look at games i want to target. I stare at game logs for 7-10 minutes, I then start playing around on fanduel, picking guys i like, and i keep playing with it, until lineups lock. I dont look at Defense vs Position. I basically know who are weak defenders, and who are good defenders. Who will be tired. Who will be motivated? I also don’t believe in revenge games, or birthday games, and bobblehead nonsense. The stats DO NOT SUPPORT that those players playing better. I find it funny when people talk about stuff like that. Lebron going back to Cleveland, if he kills it you remember that he killed it in the revenge game, but if he throws up a dud, everyone forgets. Then a month later when he is playing Cle again, everyone talking about “revenge” lol… If a guy shoots 9 for 10 in a game, i will probably fade him the next game. He will probably be overplayed, and I believe in “law of averages” just my 2 cents…

  • SoSoFishy

    @ckamins87 said…

    So So Fishy…my man…you need to look in the mirror and reverse how you view what’s going on around you. I’ve seen flaws in the logic in every post/response I’ve seen from you, and you are constantly hating on or blaming everything: the site, the players, the system, etc. But the one thing you fail to admit is maybe, just maybe, you aren’t as good as some others. Humility is a man’s game, try it.

    This isn’t poker, it’s fantasy basketball. You are dealing with humans, not cards. You can have all the time in the world, but no matter how much ‘work’ you put in, random things can and will happen in the game of basketball. Anyone who is talented at forecasting will be at an advantage here, but as long as you have been playing fantasy basketball for a while, any semi-intelligent person can compete.

    See this is what really boils my blood. Is you saying this. Please follow me on why.

    I’ve said before that I’m not good yet. I’ve won and I’m in the profit but I haven’t won the slam yet. I haven’t made 10k. I’m not ranked.

    I’m one of the lowest on the totem pole. So please when I post it’s because I see a specific flaw. A small mistake that I feel I’ve figured out.

    But before we go any further. I read every GrindersU article. And every link in the vault. Why?

    I googled and found RG. I knew from poker I needed to find the best referral codes. I read every GrindersU and vault article before I made my first deposit. Because it was suggested.

    So please try to understand. When I found DFS I instantly took the same approach I took in poker. And that was admit I don’t know shit about fantasy on a professional level. And this right here is where I got my 1st education.

    I have been accepted the fact that I was not good. I have played yearly fantasy for years. This is not the same in the least and I knew that before I made a deposit.

    I read an article about how a poker player was making money in the wall street. So that night I did more research and 3 months later here I am.

    Now when I came here I seen some poker players. Then I read some of what they said in reference to poker. So again here it comes. I know for a fact he’s wrong about poker. I will not call him out. But he has the entire thought process wrong.

    I guess I shouldn’t say wrong. But I was a member of Card Runners Poker Pwnage XFactor. I paid lessons to some instructor from there. About 10k worth.

    And this was after I was a professional. Because again even making 50k/year playing online poker. I couldn’t win 200k in a major consistently. But the guys on Pwnage could. So I paid him 100$ to teach me.

    And man everything I thought I knew. Everything I learned on 2+2. He had ways to beat. He taught me how to beat the average 2+2 player.

    Unfortunately like I said it was in the backend. I was doing very well the last 6 months. I Can say I can say I have 6 figures in winnings.

    And I still feel like I suck in poker. With 6 figures in winnings I paid 10k in coaching. So please. I’ve said this in threads before. My problem is far from thinking I’m the best. I fucking suck. I will always suck. And even if I was #1 I still suck and that is always how I approach getting better.

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