BIG MARLEY’S UFC 229 DRAFT KINGS FANTASY BREAKDOWN

This weekend we’ve got the largest competition we have ever observed for DraftKings MMA. We have a $10 entrance competition with $300,000 in total prizes, and $100,000 of that to 1st place. I never believed we would observe a 6-figure 1st place prize for MMA but that I was incorrect and I can’t wait to pursue it. Conor McGregor vs Khabib Nurmagomedov will be the biggest fight in UFC history and DraftKings just made it even bigger for us DFS players. We’re down to 12-fights therefore we can observe a range of ties for this 1st place prize, therefore strive to be different with your lineups someplace, or make wages on the dining table to be different in this manner. With that said, here are a few plays I enjoy this weekend along with my fade of the week: Cash Game play of the week — Vicente Luque ($9,400) Luque is the”safest” drama on the card with a good margin in his -900 gaming lineup. I enjoy plugging in these high likelihood guys in money so that I can lock a win in there and fret about locating 3 other wins from my 5 other spots. We usually only need 4 wins in money games to win against the cash line, so that’s what I take for in these 50/50 or twice up games. Luque has been quite impressive in his UFC conduct and he’s overcome some pretty big names. On paper, this is one of the simplest matches yet. In addition, he has large time upside down with his finishing potential. He has an ITD lineup of -270, so that I believe we can have 100+ points in this triumph. He’s a fantastic play in most formats, but he will be chalky in tournaments, so that’s why he’s my cash play of this week instead. GPP drama of the week — Alexander Volkov ($8,700) Heavyweights are almost always excellent to target in GPPs since it just takes 1 shot with a lot of these men. I think that this is a great matchup for Volkov and he’s only priced at $8.7k this week. If he can find a 1st round KO at the price, he will probably be on the winning LU. Same is true for Lewis, so he is a solid GPP play as well. However, my pick to win will be Volkov and that I enjoy his cost. I think a few men priced above him this week will be a lot higher owned, therefore we could get a heavyweight favored at lower possession . Fight Does Not Go To Conclusion is currently lined at -190, therefore this is a good GPP fight to target over all. If you like the Dark Beast to find the W, then he is a good fighter to throw in your GPP LUs. Underdog drama of this week — Tony Martin ($7,400) This really is the best odds worth on the card. Presently, Laflare is lined at -135 and Tony Martin is lined at +115. However, on DraftKings Laflare is priced $1,400 higher than Martin. I love looking for line value like that which alone puts Martin in play in all formats. Martin also has the better odds to finish this fight ITD, so that is another plus with him. I like the floor for Martin in money games also since Laflare is not very likely to complete if he wins. So, at $7.4k, we can afford a loss from Martin and just take the points he can rack up in 15-minutes. Fade of this week — Sergio Pettis ($8,600) Sergio Pettis could definitely get the win here. However, he’s going to need to get a end to repay his $8.6k price . Sergio will not be going for almost any takedowns in this fight, and he doesn’t strike at a high enough rate for him to get 10x of the $8.6k. Sergio are the better fighter on the feet, but when he doesn’t get a finish he then probably only scores 60-70 points in a win. Those low scores don’t cut it in $8.6k. There are only better plays points per dollar and those are the men I will be targeting. Sergio is a solid fade if you’re earning 20 or less lineups this weekend. Thank you for reading this and decent luck this weekend! If you would like my own full-card breakdown where I breakdown every struggle on the card and provide my complete DraftKings analysis, as well as all of my pick predictions, you’ll find that for only $7.99 at this link below:

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BIG MARLEY’S UFC 229 DRAFT KINGS FANTASY BREAKDOWN

This weekend we have the largest contest we have ever seen for DraftKings MMA. We have a $10 entry competition with $300,000 in total prizes, and $100,000 of the to 1st place. I never believed we would observe a 6-figure 1st place prize for MMA but that I was wrong and that I can not wait to pursue it. Conor McGregor vs Khabib Nurmagomedov is going to be the biggest fight in UFC history and DraftKings simply made it even bigger for us DFS players. We are down to 12-fights so that we can observe a number of ties for that 1st place prize, therefore try to be different with your lineups someplace, or leave wages on the table to be different in this manner. With that said, here are a few plays I like this weekend along with my fade of the week: Money Game play of this week — Vicente Luque ($9,400) Luque is the”safest” drama on the card by a fantastic margin at his -900 gaming lineup. I love plugging in these high likelihood guys in cash so that I can lock a win in there and fret about locating 3 other wins from my 5 other spots. We generally only want 4 wins in money games to win against the money line, so that’s what I shoot for in these 50/50 or twice up games. Luque has been quite impressive in his UFC conduct and he’s overcome some pretty big names. On paper, this is only one of the easiest matches yet. In addition, he has big time upside down with his finishing possible. He has an ITD line of -270, therefore I believe we can have 100+ points in this triumph. He is a good play in most formats, but he will be chalky in championships, so that is why he’s my cash play of this week instead. GPP play of the week — Alexander Volkov ($8,700) Heavyweights are almost always good to target in GPPs since it just takes 1 shot with a lot of these men. I believe that this is a great matchup for Volkov and he’s only priced at $8.7k weekly. If he can find a 1st round KO at the price, he will likely be on the winning LU. Same is true for Lewis, so he’s a good GPP play as well. But, my choice to win is going to be Volkov and I like his cost. I believe a few guys priced over him this week will be much higher owned, so we could get a heavyweight favorite at lesser possession . Fight Doesn’t Go To Decision is currently lined at -190, therefore this is a good GPP struggle to target over all. If you like the Black Beast to get the W, then he is a good fighter to throw on your GPP LUs. Underdog play of the week — Tony Martin ($7,400) Here really is the best odds worth on the card. Presently, Laflare is lined at -135 and Tony Martin is lined at +115. But on DraftKings Laflare is priced $1,400 higher than Martin. I love searching online value like that and that alone puts Martin in drama in most formats. Martin also has got the better odds to end this battle ITD, so that is another plus with him. I like the flooring for Martin in cash games also because Laflare is not likely to complete if he wins. So, at $7.4k, we can afford a loss from Martin and take the points he can rack up in 15-minutes. Fade of this week — Sergio Pettis ($8,600) Sergio Pettis could get the win . However, he is going to need to acquire a end to repay his $8.6k price . Sergio will not be heading for any takedowns in this fight, and he does not strike a high enough rate for him to find 10x of that $8.6k. Sergio are the better fighter on the feet, but when he does not get an end then he probably only scores 60-70 points at a win. Those low scores do not cut it in $8.6k. There are just better plays points per dollar and those are the guys I will be targeting. Sergio is a strong fade if you’re earning 20 or less lineups this weekend. Thanks for reading this and decent luck this weekend! If You’d like my full-card breakdown at which I breakdown every struggle on the card and give my complete DraftKings evaluation, as well as all of my pick predictions, you can find that for just $7.99 on this link below:

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