2015 Travelers Championship: Preview, Strategy, Picks

Missed the mark in DraftKings Millionaire Maker last week? Don’t worry, you have a chance at redemption, and this time it’s a much cheaper shot. For only $3, enter DraftKings Drive the Green for the Travelers Championship. This tournament will award $100,000 for 1st! If you haven’t tried DraftKings Golf, now is the time my […]

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The Best Daily Pitcher Projection Of All Time: Clayton Kershaw

As weird as it may sound, I’ve been waiting for this day to come for months. I’ve been waiting for the best pitcher in baseball to get the best matchup possible, and that’s come today with Clayton Kershaw facing the Rangers. I would guess that if I projected every pitcher since the beginning of daily […]

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DraftKings PGA 2.5 Millionaire Maker Golf Picks

Before we get into the picks, be advised, I do not recommend giving high exposure to any player on this list. While there are a ton of names, there are a ton of possibilities for this tournament given the high variance Chambers Bay presents. A few of these guys, and I will note which ones […]

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DraftKings PGA 2.5M Millionaire Maker Golf Strategy: Avoid the Obvious Plays

As we all know, DraftKings is running a $20 buy-in for the U.S. Open Millionaire Maker. This has a prize pool of $2.5 million with $1 million going to first place. The most common strategy you might think is to use odds per dollar. This has often been a great strategy since DraftKings can price players incorrectly and […]

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Mad Max’s DraftKings Summer Games Rundown

I really hope you guys have been enjoying my articles so far. I can’t emphasize enough how important proper GPP strategy is, especially for someone new to baseball. Even if you’re not great at evaluating hitters, with good tournament strategy you can easily overcome that flaw and be a quick winner in MLB. GPPs are […]

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Mad Max’s GPP Rundown (6/12)

“You’re never gonna have a better chance.” “At what?” “Redemption.” Welcome back for another round of Mad Max’s GPP Rundown. My first crack at this article on Tuesday had some mixed results. My call to play Max Scherzer failed, but I was correct that his usage would be extremely low (He was under 3% owned […]

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DFS MLB June 12th: Three Pitchers To Target

As I get better at daily fantasy, I find myself more motivated to move beyond Vegas lines and do my own in depth analysis. Run lines mostly have to do with the skill of opposing pitchers, so finding signals of short or long term regression in pitchers can give you a big edge. Here’s my […]

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2015 St. Jude Classic: Preview, Strategy, Picks

Get all the information you need on the St. Jude Classic right here!

With the U.S. Open next week, the St. Jude Classic is your final chance to earn your qualifiers to the PGA 2.5M Millionaire Maker. The St. Jude Classic is played in Memphis at TPC Southwind. The field for this event is generally on the weak side, and it’s already lost some of its better competitors […]

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Mad Max’s GPP Rundown

Welcome to the first edition of Mad Max’s GPP Rundown. Eventually, this article will be restricted to premium members, but for now it will be offered to everyone on the main page of So take advantage while it’s still free! The purpose of this article is not to evaluate who might be the best plays of the […]

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Musing On Projecting Daily Strikeouts For Pitchers

Strikeouts aren’t everything for pitcher’s in daily fantasy. Wins, innings pitched, hits and runs allowed all are quite important to picking a good pitcher for daily fantasy. But strikeouts are where upside is found, and to win a big tournament you need to have a pitcher with high upside. However, projecting strikeouts is not easy, there are […]

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