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Why Our MLB DFS Strategy Is Working On FanDuel

 

We use at least one ace, one midleyvel and one bargain pitcher in Fanduel to create the pyramid scale effect on the positional players. Point blank, the more rosters we couple with the pitchers, the more variations we cover, potentially swaying a top roster for that will cash a high prize. If we connect on our team stacks and pitchers with a high reguarity, nothing should phase us from hitting a prize, as other lineups that go down, will see other come shooting up the other side. We never use the same lineup 2 times in our max entries contests.

We use at least one ace, one midlevel and one bargain pitcher in Fanduel to create the pyramid scale effect on the positional players. Point blank, the more rosters we couple with the pitchers, the more variations we cover, potentially swaying a top roster for that will cash a high prize. If we connect on our team stacks and pitchers with a high reguarity, nothing should phase us from hitting a prize, as other lineups that go down, will see other come shooting up the other side. We never use the same lineup 2 times in our max entries contests.

BY Hugh Hawkins

Our new Draft Strategy For MLB Fanduel is now here.  Please read after the post.  You can use our formula for your own wanted and given stacks and pitchers.  This process wheels them all in alignment.

So we have been playing FanDuel with our new formula all year. and have had a profitable year with it.  Our daily posts have seen a lot of increases in views so thanks to all of the readers! MLB Daily Fantasy Sports is without a doubt the toughest thing to win at consistently, even for the best handicappers.

On Tuesday night was just another reason why our system gives a great chance to win a GPP tournament.

We rostered 9 teams to be wheeled in stacks with 4 Starting Pitchers.  We had the max amount of entries permitted in the $1 Sac Fly contest (150).

The best stacks of the night were the Rangers, Angels and Rays, with the pitchers that brought home great efforts being Aaron Sanchez and Jose Quintana.  We had those guys.  Unfortunately we also had a rainout in St. Louis effectively kill 25% of our rosters.

The weather and roster locks on FD make it even tougher to win money. Read the rest of this entry

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Why FanDuel Is My Preferred Game Of Choice For Our MLB DFS Strategy

The MLB Reports knows it is hard to put together a lineup when you receive your 'best' information so late from so called 'experts' in the industry. We intend to be innovators of doing this the earliest. Sure stuff changes overnight, however the base knowledge is there, and you can flip the intel around until lineup lock sets in.

The MLB Reports knows it is hard to put together a lineup when you receive your ‘best’ information so late from so called ‘experts’ in the industry. We intend to be innovators of doing this the earliest. Sure stuff changes overnight, however the base knowledge is there, and you can flip the intel around until lineup lock sets in.

BY Hugh Hawkins:

It is not a lie that I like the scoring system at Fanduel a lot better for how we run our rosters each day of 9, 15, 21, 50 or 63 rosters.  The key is to make sure you plunk down your money early on the $1 and $3 Sac Fly – in order to fulfill your entries limit needs.  We always go back when we have the time to fill each one out.

FanDuel also only makes you have one Starting Pitcher in the mix, while DraftKings makes you win 2.  Based on our formula, it is derived more off positional players going off, than it is for Starting Positions.  Anyways, with using 3 or 5 pitchers also has you roster 40 – 60 % of the a pitcher on the slate.  Should one pitcher blow up – it sinks all of your awesome work done on stacking teams.

If we have 3 pitchers – than one pitcher only represents 33.33% of our rosters, 5 pitchers is only 20% and 7 pitchers is about 14.3%.  It puts more onus on the hitters determining if you win or not, the whole reason to throw down on so many entries.

There are many of us implementing our system each day now, and we have been on the verge of raking in some big time prizes.  Since we use all of the guys on a team we stack for, if a lower named player goes off, or even 2 guys. that may be the difference in making a killing in a GPP tournament, as opposed to just doubling your money.

Yesterday was not a great day for us a group –  but we had Jose Fernandez on all of our $3 Sac Fly (21 Rosters) and our longshot TB stack had a lot of clubs with Oswaldo Arcia and Desmond Jennings.  We had those with Victor Martinez (2 HR’s), and Jose Fernandez’s 69 PTS he brought in.  We were siting in the top 10 all afternoon long until a late 0 for a combined 18 ABs at the end stifled us from winning a huge amount of dough. Read the rest of this entry

How The Sharks Rip Your MLB DFS Dollars Away From You (Especially On Coors Field + Kershaw Game Slates): What You Can Do About It

With New York recently bringing back MLB DFS under new guidelines, and with the gaming commission giving a serious look at lower player entries per contest, they hope to give the allusion that the games are all playing fair the average player...But will it work?? Hell no...There is a section of guys that rig the contests based on their bankroll, and it is a guarantee they have aligned themselves with other 'sharks' to just get more creative - in order to tip the deck in their favor. we take a look at how the biggest high stakes rollers in MLB DFS take your money.

With New York recently bringing back MLB DFS under new guidelines, and with the gaming commission giving a serious look at lower player entries per contest, they hope to give the allusion that the games are all playing fair for the average player…But will it work?? Hell no!!…There is a section of guys that rig the contests based on their bankroll, and it is a guarantee they have aligned themselves with other ‘sharks’ to just get more creative – in order to tip the deck in their favor. we take a look at how the biggest high stakes rollers in MLB DFS take your money.

BY Hugh Hawkins:

With New York being involved in with DraftKings and FanDuel, coming soon to a theater near you is new rules on maximum entries.  Those are said to be 150 Max Rosters (per contest), or the equivalent of 3% of the total entries (Whichever one is the lowest common denominator).  As of right now, you can still get in to contests and rule with slightly over 5% of the field.

While this new news should be considered a win for the average fan, THIS WILL NOT STOP THE SHARKS!!  THEY WILL JUST GET MORE CREATIVE!!

Listen.  If I had the kind of bankroll these guys are playing with. chances are I may know a friend or 2 who may have the same dollars to wager.  Heck, my friends and family could all be players (with accounts) even though I am rigging the whole contests myself.

The only way to level the playing field entirely is to make up more “Single Entry” contests.  Guaranteed that DraftKings and FanDuel will never go all that format, because they need the dollars spent for the GPP’s.

As said by many other XM Satellite shows, the Sharps (guys who maxing out the contest limits) don’t even have to know that much about baseball as the average fan.  It is all about playing the percentages, and wheeling against the house.

In the coming weeks we are going to focus a hell of a lot on how you can be start wheeling team stacks yourselves.  If you have friends who also play Fantasy. we can teach you how to implore “The Buddy System” in order to bring back your best possible outcome in prizes.

The best wagerers should use FanDuel for their breeding ground, as they are not as stringent with rules, and their slow processing of dynamic player pricing is costing tonnes of money to be wasted by the average guy just looking to plunk down a few dollars. Read the rest of this entry

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