OBPlover wrote:There's a ton of luck involved in H2H, I don't see how this can be deniable. There's a website tool out there that can take H2H data and convert that info into the standings of a Roto league. Now there are some adjustments that can be made for H2H (Streaming, riding hot players, benching pitchers in Coors, etc) but there are limits.
Yeah, you can't just calculate H2H data to see how you would do in ROTO for the reasons you've stated and others...even drafting is different for H2H...like I tend to make sure I have better SP in ROTO than I do in H2H. That and punting categories in H2H where you don't generally do that in ROTO, etc. But yes, H2H is certainly more luck involved...at the same time there is pros and cons to each format and I like playing both.