• gnicholas0225

    Soft pricing and a lack of a flex spot means that basically every single night, the best value plays are 95% owned in cash games, and 20-50% of the field has the exact same lineup.

    Using tonight as an example, I came up with an identical lineup as roughly 40% of the field (Kemba, Teague, Beal, Wiggins, Brown, Brown, Tatum, Bertans, Dieng), including numerous pros, we all cashed, and yet I lost 90% of my entries because there was like a 40 way tie. I’m not in any way saying that my lineup took some genius to create, in fact, quite the opposite, it was the most straightforward play to make, so everyone made it.

    FanDuel seriously needs to do something, because there’s no point in playing cash games with them anymore. Everything usually comes down to 1, maybe 2 spots that you can use to differentiate yourself, and even then, there’s a good chance tons of others made the same picks. They need to, at the very least, add a Flex spot and see if that helps matters.

  • smokeyca14

    This thread is swaying me to buy premium.
    Was that the plan?
    Seemed like a commercial/ad to buy it….

  • clrockny24

    I agree to a point. For a casual player like myself, I’ve recently gone back to fanduel and I find it less stressful to put together a lineup. I can get the players I really like, and fill in the rest of my lineup and still feel good about it. For example, last night, you could fit Doncic/Lavine/Derozan and still feel confident in the rest of your lineup. On draftkings, if you tried to fit in those three players, you would not have much salary left, making it difficult.

    For this reason, I’m starting to like fanduel more.

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