BIG MARLEY’S UFC 236 DRAFTKINGS FANTASY BREAKDOWN

This weekend, we’ve got a PPV card in Atlanta. DraftKings has some strong competitions for us to win a lot of cash from this week and that I can’t wait to chase these big prizes. The most important GPP is a $15 buy-in and $30k goes to 1st place with a total of $150k being paid out. They also have a brand new Qualifier for $175,000. There’ll be 100 qualifiers for that competition and they will compete for a $50k first location cost and $175k will probably be spread out between all 100 admissions that qualify. I will attempt to receive my 2nd and 3rd seats this week if possible. Those Qualifier only contests can be real bankroll suckers so be careful chasing those too hard. I will probably stick to the very best GPP this week and then throw 100 or so entries at the $30k decoration, and then I will likely have a couple shots in the Q. I will also be publishing H2Hs in addition to picking up H2Hs through the week to get a fantastic amount of play into money games. With that said, let us get to a couple plays I enjoy this week Together with my fade of this week: Money Game play of this week — STACK — Max Holloway $9,100 and Dustin Poirier $7,100 This was the very first thing I did when wages were published. I put both of these fighters in my cash lineup and I started building out there. I expect this to be among the greatest fights of all time and that I believe we get ~200 complete DK points from this struggle, and the guaranteed win. I am ok with taking the reduction when I can guarantee myself over 100 issues together with the pile, but I think 150 is a secure projection for this struggle and if we can lock up 3 other wins we should win the majority of our cash games. Like I always saywe don’t need 6 wins for cash games so there’s actually no need to chase it. Just lock in a secure lineup which you think will score over 400 total points and you should win more H2Hs than you lose. GPP drama of this week — Nikita Krylov — $8,200 Krylov is my GPP play of the week because he is the definition of boom or bust. He either loses or scores more than 100 DK points. That’s what we want in GPPs. This is not a sure choice in him winning it is just a shot at his ceiling that is what we search for in the huge GPPs where we are attempting to win the top $30k prize. Krylov has finished all 24 of his own wins and he has just seen the 3rd around once in his career. This is a great struggle to target on either side, but I am taking Krylov to get the win and that I have a fantastic amount of exposure to this weekend. Underdog play of the week — Dustin Poirier — $7,100 I needed to place Poirier here. I adore his floor and I believe he’s a live underdog. However, IF he wins, he will 100 percent end up on the 1st place lineup at his $7.1k price-tag. He is going to score over 100 DK points if he is able to find a success here and that is what we are pursuing in GPPs. Even if you think Max is going to dominate Poirier I think you should possess at least 1 hedge lineup using Poirier, and this can be an all-in fight for me. Every lineup I construct will start with Dustin or Max and I will go on out there. Load up with this battle and make sure you find any Poirier exposure. Fade of this week — Boston Salmon ($8,600) It was tough to select a fade of this week this week since I think you can make an argument for rostering everyone. I wanted to pick a popular though and I think that the favorite with among those reduced ceilings is Salmon. I’m picking him to win but he won’t be heading for any takedowns and if he does not get a finish that he probably does not pay off his $8.6k price . I want at least 10x (86-points) when I’m rostering someone and I really don’t see him getting that unless he gets a knockout. Taha is hard so that I really don’t observe the knockout happening. I think Salmon does get a unanimous decision win here but it probably scores in the 70’s and that will not win us the large $30k. That’s why he’s my fade of this week. Thank you for reading this and decent luck this weekend! If you would like my own full-card breakdown where I breakdown every fight on the card and provide my full DraftKings evaluation, as well as all of my pick predictions, you can find that for only $7.99 at this link below: (Premium bets are offered at that link as well. I’m 66-41 for +220.23u (+$22,023) because May 19th on Premium Plays)

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BIG MARLEY’S UFC 236 DRAFTKINGS FANTASY BREAKDOWN

This weekend, we have a 13-fight PPV card at Atlanta. DraftKings has some strong contests for us to win a great deal of money from this week and I can’t wait to chase those huge prizes. The most important GPP is a $15 buy and $30k belongs to 1st place with a total of $150k being paid out. They also have a brand new Qualifier for $175,000. There will be 100 qualifiers for that competition and they’ll compete for a $50k first place price and that $175k will be distributed between all 100 admissions that match. I will attempt to receive my 2nd and 3rd chairs this week if possible. Those Qualifier only contests can be real bankroll suckers so be cautious chasing those too hard. I’ll probably stick to the top GPP this week and then toss 100 or so entries at the $30k decoration, then I will likely take a few shots at the Q. I will also be publishing H2Hs as well as picking up H2Hs through the week to receive a good quantity of play into money games. With that said, let’s get to a few plays I enjoy this week Together with my fade of the week: Money Game play of the week — STACK — Max Holloway $9,100 and Dustin Poirier $7,100 This was the first thing I did when wages were released. I put both of these fighters in my money lineup and I started building from there. I expect this to be one of the greatest fights ever and I think we get ~200 complete DK points from this struggle, and the guaranteed win. I am ok with taking the reduction when I can assure myself over 100 issues together with the pile, but I think 150 is a safe projection for this fight and if we could lock up 3 other wins we ought to win the majority of our cash games. As I always saywe do not need 6 wins for money games so there’s actually no need to chase it. Only lock in a secure lineup which you think will score more than 400 total points and you should acquire more H2Hs than you lose. GPP drama of the week — Nikita Krylov — $8,200 Krylov is my GPP play of the week because he is the definition of bust or boom. He either loses or scores more than 100 DK points. That is what we want in GPPs. This isn’t a sure choice in him winning it is only a shot at his ceiling that is what we search for in the huge GPPs where we are trying to win the best $30k prize. Krylov has finished all 24 of his wins and he’s only seen the 3rd around once in his profession. This is a good fight to target on either side, but I am taking Krylov for the win and I have a fantastic amount of exposure to him this weekend. Underdog drama of this week — Dustin Poirier — $7,100 I had to put Poirier here. I adore his floor and I think he’s a live underdog. However, IF he wins, he will 100% wind up about the 1st place lineup at his 7.1k price-tag. He’s going to score over 100 DK points if he can get a success here and that’s what we are pursuing in GPPs. Even in the event that you think Max is going to dominate Poirier I think you ought to possess at least 1 hedge lineup using Poirier, and this is an all-purpose struggle for me. Every lineup I build will begin with Dustin or Max and I’ll go on from there. Load up with this battle and be sure to find any Poirier exposure. Fade of the week — Boston Salmon ($8,600) It was tough to pick a fade of the week this week since I think you can make an argument for rostering everyone. I wanted to pick a popular though and I feel that the favorite with one of those reduced ceilings is Salmon. I am picking him to win but that he won’t be heading for any takedowns and if he doesn’t get a finish he probably does not pay off his $8.6k price tag. I want at least 10x (86-points) when I’m rostering someone and I don’t see him unless he gets a knockout. Taha is hard so I don’t observe the knockout occurring. I believe Salmon does get a unanimous decision win here but it probably scores in the 70’s and that will not win us the large $30k. That’s why he is my fade of the week. Thanks for reading this and decent luck this weekend! If You’d like my full-card breakdown where I breakdown every struggle about the card and give my full DraftKings evaluation, as well as all my pick predictions, you can find that for only $7.99 at this link below: (Premium bets are offered at that link as well. I am 66-41 to get +220.23u (+$22,023) because May 19th on Premium Plays)

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