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Daily fantasy sites now offer an array of different tournament options - ranging from single-entry competitions to massive ten-entry events. Covers breaks down a strategy for building your bankroll when participating in three-entry MLB contests.
There is a temptation among both casual and die-hard daily fantasy players to read about a hot young injury call-up and automatically slot him into their lineups, but there are some factors to consider when deciding when to play a recent minor-league addition.
We're just over a week and a half into the Major League Baseball season, and some players have already cost daily fantasy players hundreds or even thousands of dollars. Slow starts are a part of every major pro sport, but that doesn't make them any less frustrating.
Baseball is inundated with statistics. And while there's certainly nothing wrong with that - especially for those who love numbers - an overload of stats can cause major problems when it comes to building your daily fantasy lineup.
Daily fantasy players who have been waiting for the major-league baseball season to get underway have two reasons to be excited. Not only is the MLB campaign around the corner, but FanDuel is implementing a dramatic change to the way you build your lineup.
One of the biggest impediments to constructing a sound lineup, particularly early in the day, is the rash of DNP-Rest designations that have plagued the NBA this season. Monty Andrews guides you through the standard formulas for predicting these unpredictable days off.
With each week that passes, a growing number of daily fantasy players lean on the Vegas odds to determine which games to target when building their roster. It's a savvy move because oddsmakers know the league as well as anyone. But just how helpful have oddsmakers been so far?
The NHL is the toughest sport to handicap in daily fantasy given the randomness of offensive production, but Monty Andrews has some valuable advice that could help line your pockets in green.
Monty Andrews is here to help with three tips you should follow if you'd like to increase your chances of fielding a full active roster and avoid any late night roster-killing surprises.
Not all cheap QBs are equal - and when it comes to identifying the best plays, you need to consider a number of factors that can make or break your cash-game or tournament lineups. Here are the most important things to weigh.
When it comes to selecting the right kicker, most people don’t have the slightest idea how to maximize value - and that’s just as important as any other positional analysis.
With the dog days of August now upon us, it can be difficult to find new places from which to mine useful daily fantasy information. One of the more interesting practices is to examine league-wide splits to see if any conclusions can be gleaned that might be applicable to your daily fantasy lineups.
Daily fantasy players look for whatever edge they can find - and that includes factors that have nothing to do with lineups, starting pitchers or home-field advantage.
The majority of daily fantasy players know that building a potent baseball stack is the best way to prevail in both cash game and guaranteed prize pool contests.