Each week, I will look at the overall winning lineup for the main tournament on DraftKings. I will list key takeaways and any notable information that we can use going forward.

This lineup used $49,900 in salary and was duplicated 24 times. Special shoutout to my good buddy and former cohost, Jonah (KeepCalmandTiltOn) for taking it down #HowRich. I also had this same lineup in the mini max along with another FightNumbers subscriber and we had an additional subscriber chop the Armbar tournament as well for a huge night all around!

The first thing that jumps out to me is the Punahele Soriano play as he put up a slate-breaking score at just under 17%. It also added some leverage to the team as his opponent, Miguel Baeza was right around 27% owned.

This team also had an additional leverage underdog in Dominick Reyes who came through with a huge score with two knockdowns and a finish at just 16% ownership.

Outside of those two lower owned underdogs, the lineup build is pretty straightforward. Rosas Jr. and Ferreira were the top two ranked fighters in my DraftKings rankings along with Nassourdine Imavov who came in lower owned than I expected.

Zach Reese was another obvious target as the Julian Marquez matchup was juiced to the under 1.5 rounds and I talked about potentially locking this fight on the DraftKings Deep Dive show earlier this week.

The other thing I will add about this team is that it avoided the land mines of the two highest owned fighters on the slate in Jared Cannonier (49%) and Eduarda Moura (45%).

Key Takeaways:
Slate Breaking Underdog
Additional leveraged underdog
Avoided Landmines
Leverage side of the main event

Big congrats to Jonah and everyone else that chopped first place this week!

Best of luck next week and I’ll see you in the streets.

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