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Daily Fantasy Summoner 2020 Week 7 Day 1

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Daily Fantasy Summoner 2020 Week 7 Day 1

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How the Cheat sheet works: Players are tiered based on likelihood of winning their match-up and in high team kill games, which correlates with DK fpts. Fantasy Summoner suggests stacking players from the same team is consistently shown as the key to cashing across all contests. Roster can hold up maximum of 4 players of the same team, so all lineups consist of players from at least two lolesports team. Therefore, pick 3 or 4 players from the cheat sheet of the same row to stack. The first set of players often consists of recommendations of favorites (based on Bovada odds and Draftking salary tier), and is typically considered a high floor lineup. The tournament recommendations consists of contrarian plays or projected  lower ownership plays.

LEC Friday Slate


Opening Odds:
SK -155 v. XL +110
VIT +180 v. OG -250
G2 -750 v. S04 +425
MSF +130 v RGE -180
FN +130 v. MAD -180

Slate thoughts:

The day is laden with uncertainty, as evidenced in this cheatsheet. Many teams are still showing the same trends they presented before the mid-split bye. Statistically speaking, it should not hold, and it would be prudent for DFS players to expect some wonkyness as the split is headed to and end.

Fantasy Summoner Cash Thoughts: 

The name of the game for this slate is finding the the high scoring winner. MAD, G2, and SK, all will carry some ownership in cash and Single Entry Tournament. With G2 being rightfully priced as most expensive, DFS players can expect lower than anticipated. With that said, MAD also has a supposed difficult match up against FN.

High Floors/High Ownership plays:

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Fantasy Summoner Tournament Thoughts:

With SK being a likely carrying a good amount of ownership, xL becomes somewhat of a leverage play. It is difficult to buy into this team, as they do not look as good as the top teams, and does not have signature win(s) against better competition. With that said, SK is also inconsistent with wins and losses; plenty of chances here. Another leverage play is FN. Leaving last week with a pretty bad impression, despite winning, many will wonder if this team can actually beat MAD or even get deep into playoffs. Considering that FN is a top team, and deserves every chance to pull an “upset”. Finally,….I’m actually recommending Jactroll. OG will carry the least ownership for a favorite.

Risk/Contrarian Plays:



IMT +185 v EG -260
FLY +120 v. TL -165

It’s been difficult to really pin point these small slates. The chalk combo would be EG/TL, with EG as big stack. To leverage this slate, it may be to play TL big stack or FlyQ as the upset special, and hope for an outlier game.

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