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  • mileyvirus

    https://www.draftkings.com/contest/gamecenter/23123343

    the link speaks for itself…he didn’t take it down, but he was on the correct core and that was huge for him. i don’t play much baseball so i’m not that angry about it. a pretty good night if i say so.

  • walkoff9

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    That’s his style, go big or go home.

  • MrFantasy

    He also took everything down on DK for NBA last night too

  • rj3494

    His strategy is no secret he just has the bankroll to submit multiple lineups. Stack teams with highest vegas run totals with various computer generated lineups and collect cash. Maybe an over simplification but that is essentially what happens.

  • tvsfrink

    I saw him in a DK free contest (zero payout, no cash or tickets) and I’m like what?

  • Olhausen

    @rj3494 said...

    His strategy is no secret he just has the bankroll to submit multiple lineups. Stack teams with highest vegas run totals with various computer generated lineups and collect cash. Maybe an over simplification but that is essentially what happens.

    His strategy is a secret or everyone else would be doing the same thing as him.

  • MikeSos760

    @tvsfrink said...

    I saw him in a DK free contest (zero payout, no cash or tickets) and I’m like what?

    His computer algorithm must have entered him in the wrong game.

  • ScoLuns

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    Tha SF @ Colorado stack. Every batter but one (Drew) was from the game

  • rj3494

    @Olhausen said...

    His strategy is a secret or everyone else would be doing the same thing as him.

    Yes but does everybody have a custom program to generate and submit lineups and the $140,000 a day he has been quoted as playing on a daily basis? I think not.

  • Beevsbee

    @rj3494 said...

    His strategy is no secret he just has the bankroll to submit multiple lineups. Stack teams with highest vegas run totals with various computer generated lineups and collect cash. Maybe an over simplification but that is essentially what happens.

    Yup

  • mileyvirus

    i wonder what his draftkings player points is at? i get happy when i muster up enough for a 3 dollar entry

  • tvsfrink

    @rj3494 said...

    Yes but does everybody have a custom program to generate and submit lineups and the $140,000 a day he has been quoted as playing on a daily basis? I think not.

    I do, I just feel bad for everyone else so I only play $10 a day.

  • rj3494

    @tvsfrink said...

    I do, I just feel bad for everyone else so I only play $10 a day.

    LOL. Bernie Sanders would be proud!

  • ataggart

    Kind of funny how everyone spends all this time trying to find the sneaky plays and he literally just stacks Coors everyday and wins everything.

  • Olhausen

    @rj3494 said...

    Yes but does everybody have a custom program to generate and submit lineups and the $140,000 a day he has been quoted as playing on a daily basis? I think not.

    Then go in the quarter arcades and build your way up. I’m not defending him but if people spent half the time at getting better at dfs as they did bitching about players like him they’d probably make some coin themselves. I lost to him in a 50$ winner take all quarter arcade last night and I did wonder why he’s playing those since he didn’t last year. I won a bunch and I mean a bunch of those last season and so far I’ve lost one because he was in it. I’m not going to complain though and instead I’m going to study his lineup’s and try and get better myself so I can win a few even if he’s in them.

  • yeahthisiscuddy

    Any lineup of his you’re going to study is the 1 out of 1,000 he happened to hit on that night. No one ever looks at the 999 that didn’t hit.

  • teamcdot

    It’s not that hard to figure out…get lucky like he did early on and win that big GPP cash and then use that to enter the $1060 contest and hit that a few times (which is easy because it’s a lower cash line) and wahlah you have a fat bankroll and you can play $100,000 per night. Get off his D you goons.

  • bighop04

    @mileyvirus said...

    i wonder what his draftkings player points is at? i get happy when i muster up enough for a 3 dollar entry

    Imagine how pissed he was when they changed the FPP system, I’d guess it cost him around $500 in just tickets he could have bought each day. I also love how everyone just thinks his mass entry system is all luck and if they entered a million contests they would be just as good, today he played Rajai Davis in like every lineup he had at like 2% ownership. Yeah he’s just a lucky lucky guy

  • Olhausen

    @yeahthisiscuddy said...

    Any lineup of his you’re going to study is the 1 out of 1,000 he happened to hit on that night. No one ever looks at the 999 that didn’t hit.

    Not if you’re in a contest with a 7 entry limit.

  • dtrain187

    @bighop04 said...

    Imagine how pissed he was when they changed the FPP system, I’d guess it cost him around $500 in just tickets he could have bought each day. I also love how everyone just thinks his mass entry system is all luck and if they entered a million contests they would be just as good, today he played Rajai Davis in like every lineup he had at like 2% ownership. Yeah he’s just a lucky lucky guy

    But that is what boggles my mind. Rajai Davis wasn’t on anyone’s radar because his team was projected to score 3.23 runs and had terrible BvP stats. I understand there is a lot more than that, but to just go all in on a player like that with so much confidence, it’s like hes Biff Tannen with his sports almanac. I’m equally impressed and perplexed at the same time.

  • MikeSos760

    @dtrain187 said...

    But that is what boggles my mind. Rajai Davis wasn’t on anyone’s radar because his team was projected to score 3.23 points and had terrible BvP stats. I understand there is a lot more than that, but to just go all in on a player like that with so much confidence, it’s like hes Biff Tannen with his sports almanac. I’m equally impressed and perplexed at the same time.

    Rajai Davis was a pure punt play for him, in my opinion. He liked all of his other players and had to punt that position so he took Rajai Davis. That is why I took Rajai Davis. He was the best choice of anyone at his price or below on DK. He is known to go all in or close to it on players, so it makes sense that he would do the same on a punt play too.

  • yeahthisiscuddy

    @Olhausen said...

    Not if you’re in a contest with a 7 entry limit.

    He plays in every posted contest. He has no entry limits.

  • deactivated60279

    He’s been winning like every night in baseball grossing like minimally 50k per night. I wonder how much his entry fees total per night? His projections and “system” are just better than everyone in gpp.

  • deactivated60279

    The top 50 of that tournament are all people that played 400 lineups. That’s kind of ridiculous and a tournament I would never play.

  • mileyvirus

    @yeahthisiscuddy said...

    Any lineup of his you’re going to study is the 1 out of 1,000 he happened to hit on that night. No one ever looks at the 999 that didn’t hit.

    Did you even look at the link. He had like 20 of the top 30 lineups…a lot of his lineups hit. His second place entry in this contest ($40,000) tripled his entry money for his 400 entries. Everything else was icing on the cake. That was only one contest. I’m not complaining or bitching, I think it’s pretty remarkable. He’s not the only player that maximizes his entries.

  • mileyvirus

    @yeahthisiscuddy said...

    Any lineup of his you’re going to study is the 1 out of 1,000 he happened to hit on that night. No one ever looks at the 999 that didn’t hit.

    Did you even look at the link. He had like 20 of the top 30 lineups…a lot of his lineups hit. His second place entry in this contest ($40,000) tripled his entry money for his 400 entries. Everything else was icing on the cake. That was only one contest. I’m not complaining or bitching, I think it’s pretty remarkable. He’s not the only player that maximizes his entries.

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