Shawn Siegele breaks down everything you need to know to take first place in the FFPC Superflex Best Ball 2 Tournament, including league-winning tactics, exploitable ADP elements, and recent price changes.
I’m obsessed with the FFPC Superflex Best Ball Tournament. I like everything about it. It’s superflex, for one, a format which isn’t just fantastic for dynasty. The SF element shakes up tactics dramatically and creates wild drafts you won’t see anywhere else. That, in itself, is worth the price of admission.
Speaking of, the price of admission is also awesome at $35. That’s the perfect price point in a vacuum, but it also means we can use all of those $35 tickets won by deploying the FFPC Roster Construction Explorer last year.
So that helps explain why I’ve written so many lessons in the Best Ball Workshop on this topic.
Early-Round Trump Cards, QB Win Rates, and Contrarian Tactics – The McCaffrey/Chase Team
The Late-Round Rescue: Savvy Selections to Fix a Broken Build – Late-Round QB in Superflex
How to Make Structure Work For You and When to Detour to Fulfill Your Destiny – The Jonathan Taylor Team
Tournament Champions: Can You Win With a Hyperfragile, Zero QB Cocktail of Crazy? – The Kupp/Chase Start
It also explains why the SF Tournament sold out so quickly. Lucky for us, there’s now SF BB2.
Want to take down the $10,000 Grand Prize? Let’s dive into the latest insights from on-going drafts and look for the exploitable edges that help us win tournaments.