Winning at Daily Fantasy Sports is difficult. It takes a lot of time to research players and teams and construct your lineups. Even with extensive research, it is still very difficult to profit. There can be endless lineup possibilities which make difficult decisions.
This course will take you from novice/Inexperienced Excel user to Advanced Excel user who can analyze Daily Fantasy data a lot faster than before...
Your job in daily fantasy sports is to find players with competitive advantages to put in your lineups. One way to do this is through analyzing statistics. Learning history is a way to see what can happen in the future.
This is something the best DFS players in the world do daily. It can be real time consuming though.
Many people use spreadsheets to do this. They are a great analytical tool which allows you to find trends and perform statistical analysis and build lineups. This analysis can help you find great plays for the day.
However, it's not easy to know how to do this as Excel or Google Sheets can be complex.
That is why I created a course to teach Spreadsheets to daily fantasy sports players.
I have created many Youtube videos which have gotten incredible feedback so I decided to create a course of 55 plus videos together along with a 100 page write up to help explain these spreadsheets.
I go step by step so even beginners can follow. I also use many advanced techniques to teach even the advanced users some tricks.
This course will teach you ways to do your daily research in a quicker method while showing you how to find the stats that predict competitive advantages. I use specific Daily Fantasy examples and give you all the spreadsheet examples so you can follow along and LEARN!
So if you are interested in saving time and creating better lineups through spreadsheet research, read below what the course offers...
What Comes with this Course:
Bonus 1:Game Logs
You will get the complete game logs for the following sports and seasons, so you have data to do historical research
Bonus 2: Solver Examples
You get a spreadsheet with Solver set up to run lineups for the following sports that Draftkings and Fanduel has:
Bonus 3: List of Sites to pull Data from
You get a list of websites that you can pull data from to use in your research.
Bonus 4: Learn the Basics of Excel Video course
Get free unlimited access to my beginner course in Excel to teach you the basics of Excel Functions. This is not geared towards daily fantasy but is a course to learn the top 50 Excel functions to get you up to speed in Excel if you have never used it before.
Module 1 - How to pull in Stats from the web
In this module I show you how to set up your spreadsheets to pull in stats from the web. I go into compiling multiple pages of stats into one page and also show how to use Google Sheets to pull in data along with the Excel Add in "Power Query". This will simplify the data collection process.
Module 2 - Finding Trends from Historical Data
In this module I show you how to research prior historical stats and game logs to find trends. These can be trends that all players are known for or individual trends. I show how to summarize this data and how to see which trends are statistically significant.
Module 3 - How to Make your Own Projections
In this module I show you how you can create your own projections based solely on statistical trends and your biases. I show how to apply the trends you found in module 2 and how to build your spreadsheets with advanced spreadsheet formulas.
Module 4 - Using Solver for Optimal Lineups
In this module I show how to use the Solver Add in to look at your data and create optimized lineups. I go over advanced features like stacking a team, or Including or excluding players, accounting for a flex spot and more.
Module 5 - Using Advanced spreadsheet Features for Stat analysis
In this module I go over advanced spreadsheet features and concepts like pivot tables, macros, and conditional formatting to review sports data. This analysis will help you determine various aspects of the game to help you make better player choices.
Module 6 - How to Analyze Past Draftkings Contest Data
In this module I show you how to take the export of Draftkings contests and analyze them. Knowing how the rest of people will pick will give you an advantage they don't have. I also show you how to find the top players and see their strategies in making multiple lineups. This can allow you to mimic certain strategies in your own contests.
Who is this course for?
Who this course is not for:
Winning at DFS isn't easy. It takes time and skill. This course will help you do your research faster and improve your odds of winning!
This course was amazing! It helped me learn so much! I just cut my research time in half!
Very cool, good job and thanks!
Your videos are nicely done and very thorough. I'm not very good at computers but I was able to follow along with your instructions! Thank you!
Thank you very much for this course. I've learned more so much about spreadsheets that I now have my own projection system. It's helped me to win money in my last few days of NBA games!
I've created this course to help the average Daily Fantasy Player increase their odds of winning and also cut down on time in their research. I've heard from so many people who do a lot of manual work in preparing their lineups, I felt this knowledge can help save them some time in life!
Crunching the numbers and analyzing past data is an excellent way towards winning at Fanduel or Draftkings. Many people know some of the basics of spreadsheets, but if you are truly serious about winning at DFS and want to save time in the process, it may be worth spending a little bit of time and money now to learn spreadsheets better and how to apply that towards daily fantasy.
Have a look at the inside of the course!! See this video, I show you what you will see when you enroll:
I have used Excel spreadsheets for 15 years to analyze data and have incorporated that into the world of Daily Fantasy sports for the last 4 years. I have created spreadsheet tools for the last 3 years that over 4000 people have used to create lineups for their tournaments. I also have a Youtube channel where I post some helpful videos on using spreadsheets for Daily Fantasy sports. It has over 300,000 views.