The key difference between large, Sunday main slates and these smaller primetime slates is the concentration of ownership. Instead of the chalk being around 25%, it can get as high as 75%. Consequently, leveraging the chalk becomes even more powerful, and doing so in purposeful ways, like through the use of correlated leverage, can quickly vault your lineups to the top of leaderboards.

 

Additionally, since there are only two games on the slate, this article will be more about how I am building than “here are various ways you can build.” If you want to go another route, feel free to! Hopefully the plays I list are helpful and successful, but ideally, describing the process through which I come to these plays is even more valuable.

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