The following are videos we have found in our travels that can give up and coming DFS players a lot of helpful tips, hints and tricks.
Now whilst we don’t agree with all of the opinions in the DFS world we certainly respect them.
We are always trying to get better and given DFS in Australia is still in its relevant infancy we can learn a lot from the more developed U.S. DFS market.
1) Bankroll Management
Please note that we think his thoughts on how much of your bank you should play is too aggressive. The rest of the information is really good especially the thoughts around building a bank and taking advantage of bonuses and overlays. Every little bit counts and can affect your bottom line greatly!
2) Avoiding trap plays
Some interesting thoughts here. We agree that moving into the starting lineup doesn’t always mean an increase in Fantasy production. 6th, 7th and 8th best players who move into the starting lineup are often competing for shots and opportunities with the top players on that team. A player who plays 20 minutes as the number one offensive option off the bench each night might be more valuable than if he was to play 30 minutes as the number four offensive option in the starting lineup.
**Remember these are all just opinions and not necessarily fantasy gospel or the opinions of Fantasy Stars.
3) Blowout proof players
Read our article on rampaging Russell Westbrook – Fantasy Stud
4) GPP or tournament advice
The video below is about constructing a GPP or tournament lineup. Opinions vary and some guys like to keep their GPP lineups pretty similar to 50-50s. Personally, I’m more in that boat and I’m happy to have a solid lineup in tournaments given that the top 20% can collect cash. It’s worth noting also that sometimes when you try and look for
5) Reasons for picking a player
Finally, here’s a FanDuel player running through his plays for the night and why. Don’t agree with his approach? That’s fine, its important to know what your opponents are thinking it can help you identify an edge!