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Do you break even or win at Draftkings or Fanduel? How often do you 'win'?

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What's your percentage when placing in the money?

 

I seem to be fail, fail, fail, top tier, fail, fail, fail, top tier - I break even mostly - but over the course of the season it loses.

 

Just curious on people's pick performance consistency!  Or PPPC!

 

Secondary question - how often do you simply use the same players and Lineups when possible? 

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I only play the heads up or 50/50 leagues.

 

Using the same lineups is silly..it's all about pitching matchups.

 

Most people don't realize the fees will eat you alive..paying the fees to enter and you will also be getting a tax form from the government if you have 600 or more in winnings on the year

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1 hour ago, Aceman2574 said:

I only play the heads up or 50/50 leagues.

 

Using the same lineups is silly..it's all about pitching matchups.

 

Most people don't realize the fees will eat you alive..paying the fees to enter and you will also be getting a tax form from the government if you have 600 or more in winnings on the year

Pitching matchups are big - but much of the time you still have to find those low cost diamonds in the rough at the same time.  I dont mean exact lineups - but dont you have certain players you find yourself wanting to be in more lineups than not?  Especially when ypur talking pitching matchups

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