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  • Supersharpie

    The contests they run in the all days are an absolute joke. WTF is the point?

  • emac

    @Supersharpie said...

    The contests they run in the all days are an absolute joke. WTF is the point?

    Now that they have late swap, do you find it better or worse (or more compelling) to play the all-day slate or the 2 game chopped up slates?

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    It’s so you can pick your favorite players from that day’s contests if the smaller slates don’t have all of them. That’s not really a concern to most of the regulars because they like to follow all of the players, which is why the tournaments are small.

  • Houseman

    Not a lot of “fantasy sports” involved in playing a two-game slate or even a four-game slate. Just pick almost every conceivable lineup and you are almost sure to cash. FD and DK started their games offering all day slates. They changed only after realizing the poker players wanted shorter and more games offered.

  • joeycis

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    @Supersharpie said...

    The contests they run in the all days are an absolute joke. WTF is the point?

    If you are a lower bankroll player, like myself, the All Day slates often find themselves with a ton of concentrated ownership on the day games (regardless of the spot) and also plenty of players not checking lineups for later. I covered this for almost a month in my blog. Here is a link to all my entries, if you go back a few months you will find breakdown of various All Day slates in MLB.

    https://rotogrinders.com/blog-posts/the-single-bullet-all-day-slate-research-6-13-1946871

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