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  • Schreiad

    Anybody notice the guy who got top 10 in the million maker and got 0 points from Serafin-Jenkins?

    Is there a worse possible beat/life crusher event to somehow forget to replace him and not win $1,000,000?

    Unbelievable really…

  • Schreiad

    Here it is…so shocking…whoever this is out there, I feel for ya man!

    http://imgur.com/a/BvI4k

  • Tammy409

    I’ve lived with a very costly Dfs ‘oversight’ (knew nothing of Late Swap) from 1st time ever playing DK’s; but while $30K would have massively improved my life; this gaffe would have sent me to the gallows… I hope he never finds out. Had it been me with my ‘Beginner’s Luck’, I doubt I would have known (beyond ‘Not Winning’) the extent and preventability of my (in)actions. I have no friends who play Dfs and only discovered RG this Summer. My heart goes out to him or her.

  • chronoxiong

    My other question for that poor guy is his Bucs stack. What lead him to do it? We didn’t know we were supposed to stack that game.

  • KindGuy

    @chronoxiong said...

    My other question for that poor guy is his Bucs stack. What lead him to do it? We didn’t know we were supposed to stack that game.

    My guess is he’s a Bucs fan.

  • billholler

    @chronoxiong said...

    My other question for that poor guy is his Bucs stack. What lead him to do it? We didn’t know we were supposed to stack that game.

    Winston/Evans stack was discussed on here quite a bit last week. The rest of his LU was rather easy, just got a little lucky with the Chiefs D.

  • Rycol19

    I honestly could live with a mistake like that. You only have yourself to blame. Now, if I was that poor guy sitting on the mill watching Speith fall apart at The Masters and instead of winning $1,000,000 ending up only winning $4,000, I would be pretty salty for a few days.

  • Campbell00021

    @Rycol19 said...

    I honestly could live with a mistake like that. You only have yourself to blame. Now, if I was that poor guy sitting on the mill watching Speith fall apart at The Masters and instead of winning $1,000,000 ending up only winning $4,000, I would be pretty salty for a few days.

    lol I agree.

  • Rycol19

    @chronoxiong said...

    My other question for that poor guy is his Bucs stack. What lead him to do it? We didn’t know we were supposed to stack that game.

    Stacking a team that Is going against the grain is always a nice way to go. It’s easier in baseball because who would think the Phillies would smoke Chris Sale. But in the NFL if you stack the back-ups of other teams (e.g. Sproles, Coleman, TE Miller) with a team like the Bucs or Jax you putting a very unique LU together. Since DFS is a marathon and not a sprint you will enjoy the fruits of your labor more than you realize.

  • ActionJunkie

    Chiefs D was the “low owned 20 point kicker” this week. Really wish Defenses would have a scoring limit of ~15-20. When the floor is 0 and most score 5-10 then 25-35s skew GPP finishes SO MUCH (especially @ 1%, lol).

    But that Baldwin pick was great to mix in with those others!

    Zeroes definitely don’t end your day just takes something exceptional like that Defense finish/etc. I top25ed a GPP a couple years ago with a -1 from Tyreke Evans who twisted his ankle 2minutes into the game thanks to a couple low owned cheapies who scored ~40.

  • DomTwan

    Austin Contrarian-Jenkins

  • larin1477

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    @Rycol19 said...

    I honestly could live with a mistake like that. You only have yourself to blame. Now, if I was that poor guy sitting on the mill watching Speith fall apart at The Masters and instead of winning $1,000,000 ending up only winning $4,000, I would be pretty salty for a few days.

    Yep, that was me. Got all the way to 3rd before Jordan’s come apart. Obviously had Willett as well so did ok, but oh what could have been.

  • DomTwan

    @larin1477 said...

    Yep, that was me. Got all the way to 3rd before Jordan’s come apart. Obviously had Willett as well so did ok, but oh what could have been.

    Iordanis Spieth burned me all year, such a tough year in PGA.

  • Schreiad

    @Rycol19 said...

    I honestly could live with a mistake like that. You only have yourself to blame. Now, if I was that poor guy sitting on the mill watching Speith fall apart at The Masters and instead of winning $1,000,000 ending up only winning $4,000, I would be pretty salty for a few days.

    So you could live with a mistake that you had total control over but would be salty that a guy you can’t control didnt win????

    I would be MUCH saltier (maybe never recover) if I didn’t swap out a TE that who wasn’t on the team come Sunday and could have won a million dollars if I literally put ANYONE else in that slot…

  • Schreiad

    @Rycol19 said...

    I honestly could live with a mistake like that. You only have yourself to blame. Now, if I was that poor guy sitting on the mill watching Speith fall apart at The Masters and instead of winning $1,000,000 ending up only winning $4,000, I would be pretty salty for a few days.

    So you could live with a mistake that you had total control over but would be salty that a guy you can’t control didnt win????

    I would be MUCH saltier (maybe never recover) if I didn’t swap out a TE that who wasn’t on the team come Sunday and could have won a million dollars if I literally put ANYONE else in that slot…

  • Rycol19

    You read the post twice and still didn’t read it correctly but only what you wanted to read. I said “Now if I was that poor guy” “Now If I was that poor guy” I was putting myself in his shoes watching The Masters. And yes I would be able to get over a mistake I made by not checking a LU. Maybe he couldn’t swap it out. His wife having a baby, He was away for a weekend with his family, he was sick. The point I was making is that you watched the #1 golfer in the world fall apart in 15 minutes and you were so close.

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