What kind of long term ROI do these top players have in GPPs?
People argue that these guys are good for DFS and dont always win . Of course they dont always win but in the long run these guys will have a solid expected ROI in every contest, and playing vs them lessens any of your expected equity.
Factor in the massive number of entries and these guys take up a ton of the equity of these big field GPPs.
In the FD $150K slam today. 6896 total entries. But the top 10 or so mass multi-entry players will probably have 2000-3000 of those entries, as several players have 150-300+ entries.
So the top 10 or so players will probably have 30-40% of the total entries. These guys are the best in the world, with very high expected ROI, not sure how to figure it out exactly but the expected equity of those players has to be well over 50% of the total prize pool
Just kind of discouraging for guys with smaller bankroll or non mass entry guys. It will probably only get worse as more and more big bankroll players join in on the mass entering as they see the profit to be had. I just dont get when people argue that this is good for DFS and doesnt effect small bankroll or recreational players.
I have no problem with multi-entry, I just wish sites would put a reasonable limit on number of entries. GPPs that sell out early now will likely still sell out, if not i would much rather have a slightly smaller GPP than have to play a GPP where 10 guys have over half the equity.