Is this even real? Do people that don't work for them win? I mean seriously.
I've tried it on my own. I've tried it using advice given by so-called experts like Evan Silva, Rich Rhibar and others. I understand the premise. We analyze players with opportunity and matchups. For example, Powell this past weekend was going to have an increase in opportunity due to Forte out of the lineup, and since Powell was a cheap play it made sense.
I have re-evaluated the contests that I enter trying to minimize risk to sharks etc. I'm mostly playing low-stakes tourneys with either limited entries or single entry and I try to choose tourneys with a moderate number of entries of about 5k or less.
So, what gives? Why can I only win $1 and $3 at a time. It doesn't seem to correlate to score either. I've had contests where I scored 131 ff pts and won $3. Then, last week I had my highest score ever of 184.9 ff on DK and that was good for $1.
I know some here don't play and don't like it. If that's you then move on. If you play, how do you feel about it? Do you truly feel that it is legit? I'm mostly talking about Draft Kings and Fanduel.