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  • mileyvirus

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      RG Overall Ranking

    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.

  • smallANDflaccid

    If you look at the word “random” and the words “weighted random” you can see they are exactly the same. QED

  • smallANDflaccid

    I hope Scoop85 is actually Saahil and he’s just bored with some time to kill.

  • scoop85

    @crazyboytroy said...

    Poor baby :(

    I agree……………..oh wait………you mean me? you? or pumpkin pie head?

  • scoop85

    @smallANDflaccid said...

    I hope Scoop85 is actually Saahil and he’s just bored with some time to kill.

    Nope I am just Scoop85

    now back to those multi-entry quarter games….can’t wait……

  • tvsfrink

    @scoop85 said...

    pumpkin pie head

  • chronoxiong

    5 page thread about how much MaxDalury dominates yet he doesn’t come on here to give us your picks. He doesn’t do it, neither does McJester and whoever else that I’m forgetting.

  • crazyboytroy

    @tvsfrink said...

    Almost sure this is how he felt calling someone Pumpkin pie head.

  • ScoLuns

    • Blogger of the Month

    Just looked at his entries from 4/15 on FanDual. He had approximately 200 entries (I lost count) into a $25 Super Grand Slam contest. He did win the GPP but he also had a ton of entries that were absolutely awful.

    So he had around $5K in entry fees on that specific contest. He also had a ton more entries into other contests the same day.

    obviously he is talented (or has a great program) and making a nice living at DFS but one cannot argue against the fact that if he didn’t have the bankroll to enter an enormous amount of entries instead of single entry contests he would not have the same results.

  • clatrndzl

    Who really cares? If you don’t like the odds, dont play. I get my ass kicked every night just about.
    Do I enjoy that? No.
    Do I realize that there are way better players than me who are 999/1000 going to take my money? Yes.
    Do I choose to continue to play knowing all of this? Yes.

  • ComicFx

  • ScoLuns

    • Blogger of the Month

    cool story bro.

    I’m not complaining at all. In fact I do not play Fandual or Draft Kings where he does. I tend to stay away from the shark infested waters.

    I was simply stating some facts that he puts a ton of entries in contests. I’m curious what his record is in single entry games

  • clatrndzl

    @ScoLuns said...

    cool story bro.

    I’m not complaining at all. In fact I do not play Fandual or Draft Kings where he does. I tend to stay away from the shark infested waters.

    I was simply stating some facts that he puts a ton of entries in contests. I’m curious what his record is in single entry games

    I don’t know if you were replying to what I had written. But my addition to this thread was not in reply to what you had written. It was just my opinion on things.

  • eom

    complaining about mme is really nutty behavior

  • scoop85

    @ScoLuns said...

    Just looked at his entries from 4/15 on FanDual. He had approximately 200 entries (I lost count) into a $25 Super Grand Slam contest. He did win the GPP but he also had a ton of entries that were absolutely awful.

    So he had around $5K in entry fees on that specific contest. He also had a ton more entries into other contests the same day.

    obviously he is talented (or has a great program) and making a nice living at DFS but one cannot argue against the fact that if he didn’t have the bankroll to enter an enormous amount of entries instead of single entry contests he would not have the same results.

    Exactly!

    But i disagree on the “Obviously he is talented”…statement in your reply….

    Once again Multi entry is not fantasy sports………………

    “but one cannot argue against the fact that if he didn’t have the bankroll to enter an enormous amount of entries instead of single entry contests he would not have the same results” Amen brother…

    Love Scoop85

    Where ya go pumpkin pie head?

  • tvsfrink

    @eom said...

    complaining about mme is really nutty behavior

    So is using “pumpkin pie head” as an insult.

  • cAUmberlandtiger8

    @scoop85 said...

    Exactly!

    But i disagree on the “Obviously he is talented”…statement in your reply….

    Once again Multi entry is not fantasy sports………………

    “but one cannot argue against the fact that if he didn’t have the bankroll to enter an enormous amount of entries instead of single entry contests he would not have the same results” Amen brother…

    Love Scoop85

    Where ya go pumpkin pie head?

    How is multi entry not fantasy sports?

  • ScoLuns

    • Blogger of the Month

    @cAUmberlandtiger8 said...

    How is multi entry not fantasy sports?

    I think he is saying that throwing as many entries into a contest as possible and seeing what happens isn’t the same as going with one entry and living or dying by it.

    make no mistake I have zero issues with multi entry at all. If I had the skills/program the top guys have I’d be doing it too and I have. Having said that I do find cashing when I have a single entry is way more satisfactory to me than when I cash on a single entry. Ultimately cash talks so that is why I’ve got no issue with multi

  • ckamins87

    • 2016 DraftKings FBWC Finalist

    • 2016 FanDuel WFBBC Finalist

    @scoop85 said...

    But i disagree on the “Obviously he is talented”…statement in your reply….

    This is foolish. Bankrolls don’t appear out of thin air. This isn’t some Prince of Saudi Arabia max entering daddy’s money in every tournament and luckboxing some wins. He did however begin by sacrificing a baby goat in the name of Channing Frye which can only explain that first big dominant day I remember. Built it from there with skill and strategy. He’s been around a long time, and plays way more now than he used to because he’s built a bankroll by being a smart/talented dfs player.

    You stating as fact: “multi entry is not fantasy sports” is hogwash. This is DFS, and Multi-Entry has been a part of it, and has been around longer than u’ve been playing… so I dont see why you feel you are an authority on the subject. With so few DFS days for NFL, Multi-Entry was a big draw of DFS for season long players. This isn’t season long. DFS allows people to play different players everyday, multiple lineups in a single day, and rosters of different entrants have players overlapping. DFS is not season long fantasy sports is an accurate statement. Multi Entry is a part of DFS. That said, I am a one lineup guy, but respect those that diversify. While Sahlil is on the extreme end of multi-entry, I’d be interested in what percentage of players multi enter the big gpps during NFL. I would bet it is a significant number, both big and small bankrolls, as I know I see people talking about multi entering the 1 and 2 dollars gpps in the forums all the time.

  • laphorn

    @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.

    tuesday night i was in a tourney and counted his cash winning lineups. he won on 76 entires and i stopped at his last lineup win by the way first place was 15000 and yep his win

  • yeahthisiscuddy

    @laphorn said...

    tuesday night i was in a tourney and counted his cash winning lineups. he won on 76 entires and i stopped at his last lineup win by the way first place was 15000 and yep his win

    So he won on 76 out of 500 then. I think my original point is still valid.

    Seriously take a look at some of the high dollar entry gpps. I looked at a $400 50 max entry tournament on draftkings the other night. There were plenty of lineups in there with dud stacks putting up 40/50 points.

    These pros play a lot of entries. Some of them do well. Others do not. They play stacks in good matchups. Sometimes they get shut down – sometimes they hit. Heck even look at one of the $25 50 entry double ups. Max enters unique lineups in to those too.

    The pros are very good. They have proven an ability to identify players with an above average chance of success each night. But their real secret is learning to harness the variance in nightly performance to their advantage.

  • njsum

    This argument is played out. Theres a reason both single entry and multi entry tournamnets are offered. if you prefer one style, you can play it…if youre against one style, you can stay away. Yet IMO both single and multi entry have their place and ive got no qualms with anyone playing either as long as they play within the rules.

  • TeHDruiD

    You shouldn’t be in MME’s if you’re not playing to win, it’s really that simple. Saahil and a lot of the large bankroll players understand that. If you can’t stomach potentially losing a lot of money in order to win a lot of money then you should be playing single entry. You have to be fine with lineups burning understanding that if that lineup goes off you’re going to win big and knowing that if it doesn’t you wasted that dollar amount

    We have access (at the lower buy ins) to low entry, decent paying single entry tournaments. The odds of winning one of those is much greater than winning one of these massive tournaments. Everybody is looking for that big pay day as opposed to building up their bankroll to a point where they’re be alright burning so money in order to win a ton more of it. Saahil did it, many of the big names did it

    We have to stop treating sports like NBA/MLB like a race and start understanding they’re a maraton. We literally have games every single day, we should be trying to at least double our bankrolls each day as opposed to going all in on these MME jackpots that frankly, you have little to no chance in hell of winning because the odds are stacked against you

    LONG STORY SHORT: We have the choice AND the option to avoid these types of players. There are solid paying single entry GPP’s all the way up to at least $50. Stop chasing the jackpot and start slowly building your bankroll to the point where you then can start legitimately throwing away massive amounts of entries in these MME (which outside of a few lucky people, is the only way you’re going to take one of these down). It’d be one thing if there wasn’t any single entry contests, but there are several of them each day and multiple buy-in levels

    Best example I can give would be a sharp bettor. They’ll see a line and bet the other side heavily so that the line moves, they’ll then hammer the other side once the spread changes in the direction they want. Potentially losing a nice chunk of money to win a huge chunk of money

  • Ryazan

    • x3

      2015 FanDuel WFFC Finalist

    • x2

      2015 FanDuel WFBC Finalist

    I don’t respect SaahilSud because I know his lineups aren’t handmade, they are computer generated. No one has time for that many hand made lineups.

    With that said, alot of you people are forgetting – MaxDalury was never born with this money, he probably started out somewhat small like all of us, and he built it, and he is a success now. He didn’t just start with 100K and went all in. He played it right and look at him now! Absolutely no reason to hate on the fact that he plays with the money that he’s EARNED. What I do hate on is the lack of spirit in the way he sets his lineup though.

  • deactivated60279

    Wrong. He comes from big money.

  • Ryazan

    • x3

      2015 FanDuel WFFC Finalist

    • x2

      2015 FanDuel WFBC Finalist

    @Greenie222 said...

    Wrong. He comes from big money.

    ok, prove it that he STARTED with a huge bankroll and didn’t create it on his own.

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