In my fantasy football for beginners post this week, we take a look at how to win at fanduel.
You may be surprised to find the results from a sample size on my earnings and winnings that have come out in profit, while it may seem to be in small amounts, the potential for scaling up is Tremendous.
I have seen high rollers end up winning contests regularly being entered of 1k just to get into the contest, hoping to bring home 3k, tripling the Fantasy Contest investment.
However, even with that example, in a 3 person format, it is very risky, unless you are on a professional level. Sounds like you need to be a professional stock trader right?
Well, its not that tricky as the stock market.
You can begin very small, as a lot of people do not know, now Fanduel offers even 0.01 Cent contests.
So with minimal investment, literally penny investments, not Penny stocks, you can be in profit right away!
Could you lose your money? Yes. Can you control the amount of money yo lose, minimizing risk until you pick up your learning curve?
Absolutely! Not a problem
I’ll help show you how.
To be up front about it first though, the easiest way to get bank roll scaled up very quickly is in baseball season. MLB has the largest amount of statistical analysis out there, making it easy to capture large winning on some nights. Also the competition is not so great compared to football. I will have to provide that on another post, or if your wanting to look into that on previous posts, just type “baseball” into the search bar to the right. Or you can just watch this video Here: DFSFreeReport.com
Now, getting back to football. Here are some basic and essential rules to play by: BTW, here is my Cornerstone Content Post
When investing, you diversify. Well maybe not in all successful investments, as Warren Buffet would refute this idea, but in this game, diversification is key. Never allow yourself to put the same lineup into many different contests on the same day of play. This is because, even with the most optimized lineups for the day or night, there are times when that stud player won’t deliver. This would affect all of your lineups adversely with a large amount of money wasted on these lineups, capped. Establish your lineups with various players, attempting big cash payouts.
2. Consider deeper stats
You must get your lineups structured to be able to take advantage of matchups that will favor your chances of opening up the flow of points to your team. You obviously don’t want to get any players from a defensive struggle with only 15 pass attempts in a game, unless you are taking the running back. Think about your game flow scenarios.
3. Consider Consistency Rankings
In the chief cornerstone of my content I have here what is considered and other post shower now going down though, once again.
To break down the Consistency pointsFactor obviously, some players will perform in a more consistent level even though they won’t have as high of a score and games as others. This philosophy does well in season long leagues where your most pretty consistent fancy performers will do well for you throughout the year. Therefore, the standard deviation as well as the coefficient variable can help you, once you are used to using these numbers to evaluate for stud players. Also of course, to evaluate true sleepers. Once you have this broken down, you have potential available players per the goal on site such as FanDuel, to be able to win contests that our tournament type.
Lastly, game flow factors in. When you look at a couple of the games that flu last week in week number six, there were games though teams were shut out. Seems like the Jag wires in Rams have shown to be capable. While this does not happen very often, it does make these teams defenses down use sore. These are the games with you basically avoid using offense of players unless the running backs can dominate. So, you always have to consider which teams may get blown out, and trying to get back in the game throwing the ball afternoon towards the 4th quarter.
Are all important factors to consider so hope to come back and see the next article at the same time next week. Go ahead and drop some comments and see what you think that really helps you?