Think like a savvy owner
Memorizing a season’s worth of stats can give you an advantage, but an even more crucial skill is bankroll management.
Create an overall budget for your DFS career. Say you plan to spend $200 at most for a season. Allocate no more than 5% of that, or $10, for each week’s play. Then, each week, divide your money between the two kinds of DFS games: tournaments and cash games. Spend 70% of your weekly budget, or $7, on cash games; use the other $3 to enter tournaments.
Because these two different competitions require stand-alone strategies, let’s look at them in turn using a player as an example—say, Tom Brady.Back to top