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  • MikesWorld28

    Financially?
    How do you get all the money out? (Send it through PayPal or directly to bank?
    Your plans? Do you keep majority in and keep balling?
    Do you run around in circles in your house till you pass out?
    Do you play in bigger, higher entry cost tournaments now that you are a master in dfs?

    Please discuss…

  • KindGuy

    I wake up

  • krighton

    i was thinking the same thing…i’ve won big money tons of times…then i wake up depressed.

  • awesemo

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      2019 DraftKings FFWC Finalist

    Personally I put it all in Bitcoin so I can earn a return on my money

  • osuryanf

    I like to put it on black

  • Rickstersw

    • 2015 FanDuel WFFC Finalist

    Plan on paying around half for taxes. Buy something nice, such as a car or something you can attribute to DFS, and then return to playing at pretty much the same pace as before. (If you’re that good, it will happen again, if not, you will not have major regrets.) This way you can keep it at the fun level and DFS will not consume you.

  • Cal

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      2019 DraftKings FFWC Finalist

    First off , Congrats! I assume you hit a big one and this isn’t theoretical.

    If the amount you won is substantial for your situation I would recommend taking almost all of it out and consider the taxes. You can withdraw through a wire if you email support. Return to something near your normal stakes or a bit higher. Keep grinding, use DFS Analyzer, and take your time trying to determine if you have an edge.

  • BRORANNOSAURUS_FLEX

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  • makeitra1n

    Yo broflex how are the swings?I know you max enter often so I wanna know if it’s worth it.are you losing a lot then winning it/more back?consistently profiting all the time?breaking even???

  • dakimbell

    BEHEMOTH

  • Mikeybaywatch

    @elementasrat said...

    I wake up

    +1

  • superstars92

    I would just use it as a bankroll to try and get into a live final and beat these “pros”

  • maxeernst

    @BRORANNOSAURUS_FLEX said...

    I’m dyingggg at this. Thought the same thing.

    2 chicks at the same time!

  • jdtrey22

    Won 80k week 7 of the nfl, got a wire transfer to my bank, played with a little and down 16k since then. Just be careful dont up your buyins unless you are ready. but wire transfer is the mvp

  • chronoxiong

    Why is this a question? If you are satisfied with the win and money, retire and put it to use! I want to do that so bad but I can never fricken win! I’m always picking a bust every singe night. It’s frustrating! If/when I ever win a big GPP, I’m done because this is too much stress on a person.

  • Z1DANIEL

    After I get released from the hospital from shock the first thing I would do is write that check to the IRS immediately. Once that is done I’d pay off any debts I had in my life. Then donate some cash to local animal rescue places,and to some local food banks.Invest whatever is left. Not exciting but I know I would be sleeping like a baby at night. Having Piece of mind is priceless.

  • EasyRawlins

    Always bet on black.

  • peachfuzz

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    Been so close multiple times this year already, but I would take out most of it leaving 2-3k on the site to mess around with, then pay off whatever debts I have, make early payments on my bills for the rest of the year including my rent, pay my daughter’s daycare/bills for the rest of the year, and have enough left over to take my ladywoman somewhere warm out of this winter BS.

    I already have some money set aside for IRS payments, so the amount they’d take out of the overall win would be heavily mitigated.

  • bucherpsu08

    Short the market.

  • prater715

    Fantastic response. LMAO!!!!!!!

  • mellofellowsu

    If I hit one that big, I’d pay off my student loans, buy something small like a new Ipad, and just keep playing as normal.

  • Codith

    @BRORANNOSAURUS_FLEX said...

    Two chicks at the same time man

  • depalma13

    You need 50k for 2 chicks at the same time? Are you guys really that ugly?

  • dominicanpapi

    After taxes you’re left with what…maybe 30K? I’m assuming 25% is being taken out plus state taxes. That’s still a nice chunk of change. I’d pay off any debts, and maybe open a high yielding account. I probably wouldn’t put it back into play b/c that’s exactly what everyone is expecting you to do.

  • Richebee

    Put 10k on my mortgage. Keep the rest in my account

  • SelfCharmer

    @dominicanpapi said...

    After taxes you’re left with what…maybe 30K? I’m assuming 25% is being taken out plus state taxes. That’s still a nice chunk of change. I’d pay off any debts, and maybe open a high yielding account. I probably wouldn’t put it back into play b/c that’s exactly what everyone is expecting you to do.

    Contrarian through and through

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