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DraftKings Shark Finder - Easily Avoid Sharks/Pro Players in Head to Head Matchups & Small Leagues

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Long time lurker here, but a long time reader (and fantasy player).  I've literally visited this forum (along with many others) hundreds if not thousands of times for various reasons but thus far haven't felt as though I had anything worthwhile to share with the community.  Well I think this is worth sharing and think it's about time I do so...an extension for Chrome that allows you to easily avoid sharks on DraftKings head-to-head contests (soon to be updated to support contests that have a max contestant number of 20 or less).

 

You can get the extension that I'm sharing just with my fellow RotoGrinders here on the Google Chrome Marketplace: 
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/draftkings-shark-finder-f/gfhfffikpfjhahmcbhilnooiecodhmcg?hl=en&gl=US

 

For those of you who don't know, DraftKings ranks contestants on a level of 0 to five with a badge for player with an experience level of 1 through 5 (and no badge for those who haven't yet earned an experience badge).  Those badges can be see on DraftKings here: https://www.draftkings.com/experience-badges

 

The extension ranks each available head-to-head contest (soon to support 20 or less competitor contests) with a color coding system (green = level 0 or 1 player available to play against, yellow = level 2 or 3 player to play against, red = level 4 or 5 player to play against).  It also displays the total number of level 5 & 4 contestants, the total number of level 3 & 2 contestants & the total number of level 1 & 0 contestants.

 

Once the extension is installed it does this by adding a small marker that looks like this: 9BE6k8L.png next to all head-to-head contests.  The first number is the total number of contestants you can play against that are ranked either 5 or 4.  The second number is the total number of contestants you can play against that are ranked either 3 or 2.  The last number is the total number of contestants you can play against that are ranked either 1 or haven't yet earned any experience badge.

 

You can see a video demonstrating the use of the extension here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OcsopmWTEO8

 

Here is a screenshot of how the DraftKings head-to-head lobby will look once you install the extension and begin to scroll through the contests:
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It has been updated to now automatically analyze any/all contests with 10 or less contestants (not just head-to-head contests anymore).  Will add an option for the user to designate that number though, so you can get it to analyze contests with up to 100 with the number being set by you.

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