Do I Need 150 Lineups To Win On DraftKings & FanDuel?

RotoGrinders DFS experts share their lineup building strategies on DraftKings and FanDuel.


  • Jake1911

    If you think you need 150 lineups to win pleaaase take my headsups

  • johnnypopsicles

    I won my first MLB GPP with one line-up. Won my second with 5. Have never won with 150.

  • SharpOne

    BS money talks and the cats that are able to flood the featured battles with many many many more line-ups than everybody else win most of the money here! Wish they had way more single entry tourneys. Once again DK makes more money on the multi entry tournaments.

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  • kittymanportrait

    The first places that can be seen in my profile I won $20k solo, tied in 1st for about $8K in the top basketball fd tournament, $5k in a DK basketball, and a night winning 3k where I had numerous smaller wins add up. When I won $20k I did 15 lineups at $6/each purely on feel. Didn’t even have time to read Cheese, although I was almost every other day so I probably could have wrote it for him just knowing how he breaks down slates. So I want to make sure that even though I didn’t have time to read him that day, I think a cumulative effect of reading him added up for me. Also I have to credit Bales and Mike Leone who wrote books on dfs baseball. Their tips became ingrained in my process at a subconscious level. And I used Carty’s BAT to make sure I don’t overlook obvious values or to make sure I do if they are overly owned. When I won the basketball tournaments I used 12 lineups to win 5k and about 30 when I tied for a $40k 1st place, taking a piece worth about $8k myself. I think 8 or 9 of us tied. This isn’t to brag, just saying I’ve had success hand-making between 10-30 lineups but of course it’s always important to take contrarian stands no matter how you play.

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