Found June 16, 2013 on The Fantasy Fix:
When DraftKings came on as a sponsor this year, I was hesitant about committing to playing and writing about daily fantasy contests. My main concern was that I knew I’d have to learn the game, and I wasn’t looking forward to the adjustment period. I just don’t like doing anything I’m not good at. That’s the reason I haven’t played video games in years. I want to go back to playing them, but I know I’ll suck for awhile. I’m not interested in getting pwned on Call of Duty for several months. Alas, I had no choice but to learn the game and suffer through the adjustment period. But at this point, the adjustment period has passed, and I LOVE playing daily fantasy. I look forward to picking my daily team each night more than I look forward to setting my roto lineups and considering trade offers. And I’ve played on a couple of different sites and can genuinely say that DraftKings is my favorite place to play. Part of that is because I seem to win more there than other places. But I also li...
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