How I Won $25,000 Using RotoGrinders' LineupHQ To Build DraftKings NBA Lineups

Jordan Cooper demonstrates how he used RotoGrinders’ premium tools, including LineupHQ, to optimize his DraftKings NBA lineups and win over $25,000.

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  • StashBallerz007

    Congrats Jordan a.k.a blenderhd.

  • Kburks248

    That was awesome blender

  • Tech9r

    gratz where can u find the negative correaltions ? do you have a sheet ?

  • MoCoolio

    Thanks for sharing this, it was really interesting. How would go about creating a single entry lineup, or a max of 5 or so lineups in a larger multi entry contest?

  • nhowitt

    This is excellent insight thanks!

  • blenderhd

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    @MoCoolio said...

    Thanks for sharing this, it was really interesting. How would go about creating a single entry lineup, or a max of 5 or so lineups in a larger multi entry contest?

    It’s the same process, just with less entries. The number of lineups you make shouldn’t have any bearing on the strategy you’e employing. The strategy (leverage and correlation) is based on the specific contest you’re playing only.

  • wtfpwnage

    I normally dont comment but I have to tell you this is one of the best videos I’ve seen and I appreciate the in depth breakdown. Congrats and thank you

  • generosorizzo18

    Congrats Blender on win great advice also!!

  • hammer74

    Congrats Blender job well done great video!!

  • workacut

    Great content from you, as usual!

  • JShmit85

    I’ve had trouble on lineup HQ when trying to filter players in groups for stacks to only play when a certain player is in a lineup. When doing so HQ doesn’t seem to recognize it so I’m sure I’m doing something wrong. How do you Blender, or anyone else, properly group a player so he is only in lineups with a certain player? Thank you very much for the insightful video!

  • blenderhd

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    @JShmit85 said...

    I’ve had trouble on lineup HQ when trying to filter players in groups for stacks to only play when a certain player is in a lineup. When doing so HQ doesn’t seem to recognize it so I’m sure I’m doing something wrong. How do you Blender, or anyone else, properly group a player so he is only in lineups with a certain player? Thank you very much for the insightful video!

    You can do this with the conditional player section of the group. For instance, if you wanted to make sure any Beal lineup has Towns with him:

    - Put Towns in a group. – Put Beal as the conditional player (make sure checkbox is filled). – Set the min to 1 and max to 1.

    This will have every Beal lineup include Towns. Just realize the reverse will not be true. This still allows Towns to be in lineups without Beal. If you wanted that also, you’d just create another group with both player in opposite spots.

  • JShmit85

    Okay great! Thank you very much

  • SirChosen

    This guy always makes me laugh. Congrats

  • buffaloballers

    Hey Blender – great stuff. I am newer to DFS and brand new to NBA. I love the correlation points… what would you say an optimal ownership # is for large field GPP tournaments is? Below 200% or less? Thx.

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