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Gwyddbwyll wrote:Bad luck quietstorm, sounds an unusually tight league. One of mine was like that until about a month or two ago but it was the most enjoyable one.
Your case aside, I dont think luck is a significantly greater factor in H2H than roto. It might be a bigger factor but injuries for example is a much greater one. Plus you *can* accomodate it in your strategy by being aware of player streakiness which is a real-life factor that is completely omitted in roto. Just like in real life, the *consistant* ball player is more valuable than an equivalent streaky one who is red hot for 2 games and cold for 8. You can also take advantages of streaks such as Geoff Jenkins and Noah Lowry .
If it really played such a great part, then I would expect to see greater variance in the leagues I'm involved in.. however I am top 2 in each of my four leagues.
roto is the only way to goMadison wrote:Sorry to hear that.
The pitfalls of H2H leagues. One of the reasons why I prefer roto.
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