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triple-up


 A triple-up is a contest where the prize winners triple their entry fee.
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1-day fantasy sports


The term 1-Day Fantasy Sports is used by many of the sites that host contests as an alternative term to Daily Fantasy Sports, or the abbreviated DFS, but the overall meaning is the same.
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50/50


 A 50/50 is a type of contest where the top 50% of the field come away with winnings, and the bottom 50% lose their entry fee. 50/50 contests are a great way to play for real money and improve your game whilst regularly winning prizes as you only need to finish in the top 50% of entrants to win money. In a 50/50 game you don’t truly double your [..]
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bankroll


 Your bankroll is the amount of money you have available to invest and play at Daily Fantasy Sports site. Managing your bankroll will be a key part of making the most of your Daily Fantasy Sports experience and you can read more about Bankroll Management in our Fantasy Fives article here.
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beginner


 Draftkings offer ‘Beginner’ contests strictly for entrants who have only taken part in a minimal number of contests (typically 50). This allows newcomers to daily fantasy to play against opponents with similar experience and not immediately go up against more experienced players.
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booster


 A ‘Booster’ is another name for a ‘multiplier’. A booster allows you to earn up to 10 times your entry fee provided you finish near the top 10 to 20 percent of the league (depending on the type of booster).
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buy-in


 A buy-in is the amount of money required to enter a particular 1-Day Fantasy Sports contest. A buy-in is also referred to as ‘entry fee’.
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cash games


 Cash games are a good way to play 1-Day Fantasy Sports for real money with less risk than GPP as usually you have roughly a 50 percent chance at winning. Head to heads, 50/50s, and double up league types are all considered cash games.
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contrarian approach


 A Contrarian approach is a phrase used for going against popular consensus when selecting your Daily Fantasy Sports line-up. With a wealth of knowledge and expertise amongst a lot of Daily Fantasy Sports players, sometimes taking an opposite view and selecting some less obvious players can be a highly profitable strategy, especially in big GPP (G [..]
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create a contest


 You can use Draftkings to challenge your friends by creating your own contest. Simply pick the sport you want, the games to include in scoring, and whom you wish to challenge. You also can create public games in which anyone can enter. Here again you choose the type of game and buy-in fee, or just play for fun. Read more about ‘Create a contest [..]
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