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New here? Not worth the subscription though. But I was on hold only about 10 min. So it defintely seemed like their picks were sportsline computer picks decent overall.

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Mike McClure and sportsline came up a lot when I would research. That said, they're super shady, especially with golf. Guess I got lucky. I'm thinking about paying for a roto subscription for nba dfs because of their optimizers and ownership projections because I KNOW they are good at nba projections.

You're using 1 lineup across all different contests? All these experts basically just use the chalk or no brainers. You want players that are due positive regression Sometimes you might think it's optimal with, sportsline computer picks say, Gurley in there.

Just lol. Most pros with articles are not pros because they are good. Add that lineup up. I've been a subscriber there for a couple of years because I like their computer betting picks. I have an email confirmation too.

They'll say something to the extent of "This is the same system that picked insert giant underdog here to win sportsline computer picks all last year and he did! Depends on the week. As someone who has sportsline, it is visit web page of garbage.

The GPPs are where they lose money a lot. So yeah, if the under dog is up 5 strokes going into Sunday, it's not exactly going out on a limb.

IAMA dummy for paying for picks through sportsline self. Sometimes they'll even try to lead you into using a big name player in a sportsline computer picks spot trying to be contrarian but it's really just a bad pick.

Here's the deal. I went at my own week 1, not much success. They advertise the 1 or 2 they got right then you gotta pay for the rest. Ever week I see their articles for betting, DFS, etc.

Basically, you identify the top dogs in the top positions and then pick guys that are cheap who can get you around injury fill in typically then fill out your roster with guys sportsline computer picks are under priced.

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If you don't mind sharing it, please pm me or post here. It's hardly amazing, but I don't know anything about basketball and used them to make a couple of line ups yesterday. Do your best to imagine how many points each player will have. I likely just need to have a little bit more knowledge to help select from the players that they mentioned in their write up, but it was a push in the right direction IMO. Other weeks he would post an optimal lineup for GPP and one for cash and so I would follow that. I said, "why not? Now take Gurley out and make the best lineup you can. Same quality picks, cheaper price. Sometimes having the highest scoring guy in your lineup can give you a lower score because he keeps you from being able to afford a top to bottom great lineup. I use dailyfantasysportsrankings for free and do better than that. I was using other sources to compare but I really wanted to see what paid picks would get. So don't use sportsline, don't follow Mike McClure, now please go ahead and make fun of me A buddy asked me to join a Master's pool of around people. You take expert advice with the biggest grain of salt because in the NFL literally anything can happen and I believe nobody is truly an expert due to the randomness factor of the NFL Appreciate it. NBA is basically everyday for 7 months. So I just used his "optimal" lineup every week for enough weeks for me to say "this is a bust". Google search mostly. A good example for me was Albert Wilson last week. I noticed that other guys they suggested, that I simply didn't choose, did really well. Even if they turned you into an elite performer, the subscription costs far outrank the boost in performance. I thought I was going to have to get a new credit card to cancel. Can't cancel via the website. Credentials seemed legit. I followed this guy's picks, Mike McClure, from week 2 to week 6. I know nothing about golf and saw that SportsLine had picks for the Master's. They cover their ass by saying it could bust, but the following week only talk about the 2 they got right. Just stuck with this guy to see.