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  • catcountry21

    It’s been a roller coaster of a year in DFS for me (duh it’s DFS) but lately I’ve been considering giving up NBA entirely. I use the DFS results analyzer here at RotoGrinders and I have had a good year.

    4-1-2016 – 4-1-2017 = $119,292.00 in buy-ins with a $164,638.00 in winnings. A ROI of 38.01%, which is awesome.

    I have high ROIs in every sport that I play regularly. My ROI in NBA is 37.19%, which in large part is due to a $50,000 win in January.

    My question is this. SHould I trust the process and continue doing my thing? Or should I hang it up (NBA) until baseball gets into full swing. I still play PGA and do very well so I will continue with that as well. Just looking for some advice from anyone that is successful with DFS long term.

    Thanks in advance.

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  • KindGuy

    You should’ve cashed out as soon as you won that $50K man… do it now before you lose anymore.

  • catcountry21

    So a 45K profit is a bad thing? I play only GPPs and I believe that if you look at charts of wins/loss for any of the pros you would see big dips followed up by big wins…..similar to my pattern.

    I haven’t changed the way I play or how much I play in the past year. Pretty consistent on a nightly basis.

    It’s not like after getting up big I left it all in my account and switched from playing 4$ games to 33$ games or $100. My point of this post wasn’t to get critisized it was to simply ask for advice. If I can’t get that here then take the thread down.

  • catcountry21

    @elementasrat said...

    You should’ve cashed out as soon as you won that $50K man… do it now before you lose anymore.

    I did cash out after that win but still left my usual $3000 in my account. I don’t think it’s realistic to think that once anyone takes down a GPP they are just going to retire though.

  • Thomas21

    Keep doing what you’re doing. It obviously works. Just make sure when you are losing to scale back the amount you play.

  • deactivated51600

    OP, have you calculated your ROI if you remove the single anomalous 50k score?

  • catcountry21

    @whoisjohngalt said...

    OP, have you calculated your ROI if you remove the single anomalous 50k score?

    No. I haven’t done that but before the 50K hit I was around 12% ROI I believe. Always profitable over the long term, just not always easy to stay positive when going through weeks of losing.

    Thank you for the advice though, I think I will scale back a bit until the tide turns.

    Thank you

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