I participated in a very low stakes 50/50 100-entrant NBA contest tonight on FanDuel. I was amazed to see that 43 of the 100 people who entered had the EXACT SAME lineup! I’m sure they got that lineup from an app or website (no idea which one), but facing that situation obviously makes it much harder for someone else to cash. In other words, if I don’t beat the score of those 43, there are only 7 cashing spots left out of the 56 remaining competitors (not counting me). That drops a person’s chances of winning from around 50% to 12.5%. My entry barely broke 300, so I probably wouldn’t have cashed in this contest anyway, but to me it’s kind of the principle of the thing. I’ve been playing on FanDuel for a long time, and though I have often seen a few or even several people join a contest with the same lineup, I’ve never seen anything even remotely like this. Has anyone encountered this type of situation? Again, I’m a very low stakes player so it’s not a major problem for me, but if I entered a similar type of contest/situation with a much larger entry fee, I would have felt some sense of frustration that something like this happened. Not sure FanDuel can do anything about this, but if it becomes a trend, I think it will discourage some from playing on their site, especially for large amounts. Any thoughts? Thanks!