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Cvara16
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Dynasty League startups

Postby Cvara16 » Fri Sep 06, 2019 5:24 pm

There are a few dynasty league startups available at the following website: http://myffpc.com/Dynasty.aspx

One has a draft starting in about five minutes. There is are two startups that draft tomorrow. Plenty of open spots available. Just wanted to make everyone who is looking for a dynasty league aware of this.

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Re: Dynasty League startups

Postby Cvara16 » Fri Sep 06, 2019 5:52 pm

Just an update:
The league from tonight has been cancelled due to not having enough teams. There is another one with a startup dynasty draft tomorrow night (Saturday) at 10:00 pm ET. It has the same annual fee of $77. No deposit but you have to pay for 2 years upfront (2019 and 2020) for the startup, with a total cost of $154. Every year after that is $77 per year. Only 4 spots are available. (This is the league I am in and I am hoping to get it filled by the time of the draft tomorrow night)

There is another draft for a startup dynasty at 9:00 pm ET tomorrow night (Saturday) with an entry fee of $250 and an initial deposit of $100. 8 spots available in this one.

Rules can be found on the FFPC website.

-Chris

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Re: Dynasty League startups

Postby Mephistopheles » Sat Sep 07, 2019 11:18 am

$77 x 12 = $924 in collections but only $600 in payouts?
$324 is a steep rake, over $25 per person...
PSA - Haggling is NOT the same as negotiating.

From the home office in Grand Rapids, MI, the Top 5 signs you suck as a trade partner (and probably as a human being)

5. You can name or fabricate 5 risks on every player not on your team.
4. You always respond that you don't value another team's players as highly as they do.
3. You steer conversations away from ADP or any other form of consensus or rankings to gauge trade value.
2. Your trade strategy centers around seeing where someone's at on a player or that "it's just a first offer".
1. Your trade offers are rejected without counter or outright ignored.
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