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Fanamana: It is Time To Join The Movement!
I am not going to lie, I have missed Fanamana and DFS incredibly over the past four days. Hopefully the All Star break and activities were enough to entertain everyone else and allow them to recharge, make some roster moves or trades in their seasonal leagues.
I am sure many of you are already involved in Daily Fantasy Sports in some capacity already whether it is FanDuel, Draft Kings or any of the other sites. They are very fin, very addicting and all levels of gamers can play and win!
Fanamana is a game with a similar concept. You are not tied to a full season of games, but rather innings and outs. You can hammer out a game in one slate of games, or over a period of three or more days. It has the lure of the daily concept, but also flexibility to those who are not able to dedicate time each day to worry about their lineups.
Fanamana is a different animal altogether. Like DFS, you can select a particular player each night, however, you are picking that players EACH at-bat. So if you love Bryce Harper facing a middle reliever on a certain evening, you can bide your time and pick him for a particular matchup at a precise time in the game!
In a way, you can utilize your daily research, if you do it, or someone else’s if you read the Daily Posts on socalledfantasyexperts.com. Either way, finding an opportune matchup in standard DFS games can be just as rewarding in your Fanamana match.
You can also really delve deep in to players statistics, and season performances. For example, we will stick with Bryce Harper and if you look closely at his statistics so far this season, you will see he doesn’t perform well late in games. His average dips under .270 from the 7th inning on. He also performs significantly worse in late games and tie situations.
Information like this should encourage players to use Harper hot and heavy, but in innings one through six. In my next post I will delve into this much deeper and give some player recommendations to use for Baseball’s triumphant return.
In the meantime, now that you are rested and ready, there is no better time than the present to try Fanamana. Also feel free to revisit my first Introduction to Strategy post here.
If you are looking to jump in on the action, you should try Fanamana today! If you would like some more info or to read a review of the Fanamana game, check it out. So what are you waiting for? Jump in the Fanamana action today! Get started by downloading the app here on iOS or Android. If you are on an Android device, you’ll have to take this extra step and download the app directly from Fanamana since cash gaming is not permitted on Google Play. Start by joining this weekend contest for free and win too!
Good Luck this weekend everyone, and stay tuned for some recommended hitters on Fanamana.
He is a die-hard Minnesota sports fan, and equally as extreme when it comes to Fantasy Sports. When Chris isn't participating in Fantasy Sports, he is writing about them at SoCalledFantasyExperts.com, FakePigskin.com and FakeTeams.com. He also enjoys reading, spending time with his family and music -- but is commonly known as a music snob. He has a degree in Child Development, but is not working in the field, but in Supply Chain currently.
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