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Postby warrick95 » Tue Aug 02, 2005 12:32 pm

mamorris wrote:Well the most common roto league I play in is 12 teams, with 10 catgories. In these leagues, I don't think I have yet seen somebody get 100 points and not win, so I consider that a winnable total. Scaling it up to your league size/cats etc, that would make 130 points a good benchmark, and that would seem to be consistent with your league's results (considering 2nd has 128 points).


That's nice to hear. I'm at 101 in one league, with 86.5 and 82.5 next.

Considering the # of categories in your league, I would feel comfortable with around a 20 pt. lead.
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