How The Sharks Rip Your MLB DFS Dollars Away From You (Especially On Coors Field + Kershaw Game Slates): What You Can Do About It

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JWith New York recently bringing back MLB DFS under new guidelines, and with the gaming commission giving a serious look at lower player entries per contest.  But will that level the playing field for the average player??  Hell no...There is a section of guys that rig the contests based on their bankroll, and it is a guarantee they have aligned themselves with other 'sharks' to just get more creative - in order to tip the deck in their favor.  With New York recently bringing back MLB DFS under new guidelines, and with the gaming commission giving a serious look at lower player entries per contest, they hope to give the allusion that the games are all playing fair the average player…But will it work?? Hell no…There is a section of guys that rig the contests based on their bankroll, and it is a guarantee they have aligned themselves with other ‘sharks’ to just get more creative – in order to tip the deck in their favor.  we take a look at how the biggest high stakes rollers in MLB DFS take your money.

BY Hugh Hawkins:

With New York being involved in with DraftKings and FanDuel, coming soon to a theater near you is new rules on maximum entries.  Those are said to be 150 Max Rosters (per contest), or the equivalent of 3% of the total entries (Whichever…

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