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  • demato320

    @mh8235 said...

    Do you guys find in large slates such as tonight – that stacking a team’s position players (at least 4) is a better or worse strategy than individual players…

    My most stacked is 2 position players – just feel like winning GPP lineup is almost ALWAYS a stack

    On most big slates stacking is the best option. When you have small slates you can have mini stacks with one offs(individual players from other teams).
    On a slate like this, Perfect world, Your best option is to find the best two non chalk stacks(low ownership) that will produce a lot of points.
    So, since we dont live in a perfect world. You can do a barbell approach; which is using a chalk stack combined with a high risk, low ownership stack, with a low ownership pitcher.

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