Drafting to Win: The Ultimate Guide to Fantasy Football

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Fantasy Football has quickly become a multi-billion dollar industry!

Finally, for the millions of fantasy footballers who play for fun and/or money, here is a serious, comprehensive guide that teaches fantasy football from its basic terminology and fundamentals to the advanced strategies and systems needed to win consistently.

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Overview

Fantasy Football has quickly become a multi-billion dollar industry!

Finally, for the millions of fantasy footballers who play for fun and/or money, here is a serious, comprehensive guide that teaches fantasy football from its basic terminology and fundamentals to the advanced strategies and systems needed to win consistently.

In Drafting To Win: The Ultimate Guide To Fantasy Football, author Robert Zarzycki finally reveals how he uses his unmatched psychological, mathematical, and football knowledge to draft players and make a long-term profit in one of today's fastest growing hobbies.

Learn How To:

Select a league Rank Players Project Statistics Apply static and dynamic value-based drafting Strategize for every single round Handle being "on the clock"
Significantly increase your overall chances of winning Book Quotes:

"Robert"s indisputable record of success in high-stakes competition makes DRAFTING TO WIN a must-read for all serious Fantasy players." - Bob Harris, TFL Report

"Robert"s accomplishments in the World Championship of Fantasy Football are unparalleled. His back-to-back finishes in the top three demonstrate his cunning understanding of how to win." -- Roger Craig, three-time Super Bowl Champion, San Francisco 49ers
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781420859195
  • Publisher: Authorhouse
  • Publication date: 6/28/2005
  • Pages: 348
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 8, 2008

    My first book on Fantasy Football and it is a winner!

    This is the first book on Fantasy Football and I am proud to include it in my fantasy football library. Sure, there may have been one or two before, but in my opinion, Rob Zarzycki¿s Drafting to Win: The Ultimate Guide to Fantasy Football is the first definitive book on fantasy football. Drafting to Win 'DTW' goes beyond the basics and explains the ¿how¿ and ¿why¿ behind draft theory. For many readers it will be their first exposure to Value Based Drafting 'VBD' and baselines. The introduction to these concepts is worth the price of this book ten times over. This book has the best explanation of Value Based Drafting that I have ever seen and as an added bonus it explains how to apply VBD to your draft in a dynamic manner 'i.e. reacting to other owners draft actions/needs'. I find myself re-reading it every year before the FF season starts. It is that good! The chapter on ranking players is really an inside look at the strategies of a ¿top ranked fantasy football player¿ since Rob finished second in 2002 and third in 2003 at the World Championship of Fantasy Football 'WCOFF'. However, DTW also discusses fantasy football¿s history and the basics in detail, but the heart of this book is the extensive draft preparation knowledge and the demonstration of his techniques in how to draft a winning team based on your own rankings of players. Yes, there is math involved but the good news is that it starts slowly and builds as the techniques become more advanced. I found myself using most of the techniques, but sidestepping some that are quite advanced mathematically. If there is a downside to the great ranking system/draft advice he illustrates, it is that Rob does not provide as much of his wisdom into start/bench decisions or waiver wire pick-ups as many readers will have liked. Similarly, he does not discuss Auction drafts much but he hints at a future book devoted exclusively to that much-deserved subject. I am eagerly awaiting that book. I highly recommend this as your first book in an ever-expanding fantasy football library. Sam Hendricks, author of Fantasy Football Guidebook: Your Comprehensive Guide to Playing Fantasy Football

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 16, 2005

    Best Fantasy Book Out There

    Excellent read for both the experienced and inexperienced fantasy football players. This book will give you the advantage you need to succeed in fantasy football.

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