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Re: Streaming SPs in H2H Playoffs - good or bad?

Postby Grounded Polo » Mon Sep 13, 2010 9:43 am

Syfo-Dyas wrote:Right, but in real life, they really face each other. In fantasy, my players don't face my opponenets players.
Theres nothing you can do about the schedule, but why use something, when there is better.


In H2H fantasy baseball, your players actually do face your opponent's players, within the realms of fantasy. Would you prefer to play in a league where everyone takes the roster of a real team and they play it out, to ensure complete accuracy? Do you think luck is never as important as skill in this?

Your thinking of better is entirely subjective, not fact.

Deal with it.
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