• jon2anderson

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    How many full-time DFS players are on here? I’m curious as to how that works. How much money are you typically risking in a day? How do you disperse it between cash and tournaments? Isn’t that kinda scary? How consistently are you making significant amounts of money?

    I’m fascinated with full-timers (I have a job in IT that I like and pays well… and my girlfriend/family would dump me if I quit my job to play fantasy sports, but still), if anybody would like to mentor me that’d be a blast.

  • badlands92

    Two small, but important aspects I’d like to add to the professional player discussion in regards to ROI:

    1) Credit card points/cashback (positive) or credit card interest (negative)
    2) FPPs for playing

    If a player is debt free and paying off CCs every month, he/she is getting “free” perks from the CC company. That $ should be included when considering ROIs. Obviously, collecting interest in large sums is a huge negative that should factor into ROI as well.

    The more players wager, the more FPPs they earn. While it seems to take forever to accrue for guppies, it has to build quickly in a matter of days for big fish. Those are free entries to money-winning contests. Another ROI piece to consider.

  • whoalookout

    @badlands92 said...

    If someone wants to front me the cash to enter the max entries (250) and post my results, I’d be happy to. I’ll pay you back from the winnings. Please message me! :)

    The point is most people don’t have the money for ten LUs a night…bankroll really does dictate so much.

    Do it yourself in the quarter arcade since its as easy as printing money

  • dbc345

    I love this come back and AGREE. It will cost you all of 37.50 to max enter it! And most of the time there is 1k at the top. So show everyone how easy it is to max enter and get lucky!

  • Morley

    @OSUs_FINEST said...

    If I have a “big” win in a GPP, then I use a formula to cashout a portion of winnings that night/next day.

    i realize thread is 2 years old but just curious if you could share the formula

    i do dfs as a hobby but a former poker pro but the concepts of the huge potential payouts definitely changes how you’d decide to build or maintain a br

  • DFSplayer

    @millerto said...

    I can’t imagine how stressed/pissed I would be if I tried this for a living.

    i heard that , lol , no way i could do this for a living

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