We posted a little while ago on our new MLB Reports MLB DFS strategy. First off I will say that it works far better on FanDuel, and FanPicks than it does on DraftKings, however we will not exclude DK from the discussion – as the payout big if you do hit, but it can be a grind.
The sites where they give you more points for offense is the big deal there.
So what we do is isolate three pitchers (one ace, one mid level and one bargain) who we like for the slate of games. Then based on the team stacks that are good, we decide whether or not to implore 3, 5 or 7 team stacks. Depending on this number determines whether you use 9, 30 or 63 rosters for the night.
Based on what contest you like to use, you must check on the max entries for your selections. We must commonly use 5 stacks with the three pitchers. This gives you the chance to both use DraftKings and FanDuel on equal footing.
Since you must use two pitchers on DraftKings, the three pitchers will be on 66.67% of your lineups, while on FanDuel each chucker is used once for 33.33%. It still stands to reason you need to have 2 of the 3 chuckers to throw well on any given night to turn a profit. If all 3 are good, your chances increase even more. Read the rest of this entry