Why would BR winners...?

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Sell chipper? Most of the guys winning br have won before and don't need the stubbs. If I won br I'd keep arguably the best 3rd basemen available.

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@James97M said in Why would BR winners...?:

Sell chipper? Most of the guys winning br have won before and don't need the stubbs. If I won br I'd keep arguably the best 3rd basemen available.

Because they will keep the first one they win and then keep playing to sell all the dupes they'll earn.

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@raesONE said in Why would BR winners...?:

@James97M said in Why would BR winners...?:

Sell chipper? Most of the guys winning br have won before and don't need the stubbs. If I won br I'd keep arguably the best 3rd basemen available.

Because they will keep the first one they win and then keep playing to sell all the dupes they'll earn.

I guess my point is it's going to be a long wait

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@James97M said in Why would BR winners...?:

@raesONE said in Why would BR winners...?:

@James97M said in Why would BR winners...?:

Sell chipper? Most of the guys winning br have won before and don't need the stubbs. If I won br I'd keep arguably the best 3rd basemen available.

Because they will keep the first one they win and then keep playing to sell all the dupes they'll earn.

I guess my point is it's going to be a long wait

For those who have the buy orders in yeah. But to the point you were making, plenty of BR dogs can go flawless multiple times a week. So they can sell off plenty after the first one they keep. Last year I think I went flawless 5 times in under two weeks and sold Sale, who I already had from an earlier flawless run, every 5 times for 1M a pop.

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@raesONE said in Why would BR winners...?:

@James97M said in Why would BR winners...?:

@raesONE said in Why would BR winners...?:

@James97M said in Why would BR winners...?:

Sell chipper? Most of the guys winning br have won before and don't need the stubbs. If I won br I'd keep arguably the best 3rd basemen available.

Because they will keep the first one they win and then keep playing to sell all the dupes they'll earn.

I guess my point is it's going to be a long wait

For those who have the buy orders in yeah. But to the point you were making, plenty of BR dogs can go flawless multiple times a week. So they can sell off plenty after the first one they keep. Last year I think I went flawless 5 times in under two weeks and sold Sale, who I already had from an earlier flawless run, every 5 times for 1M a pop.

I wish I liked br. Can be super frustrating. I played probably 10 runs this year. Best was 12-1. I just don't find any fun in it with the errors that happen. I've never gotten 12-0 but I have never really put much effort into br. Maybe it's time to give it a few shots

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@James97M said in Why would BR winners...?:

@raesONE said in Why would BR winners...?:

@James97M said in Why would BR winners...?:

@raesONE said in Why would BR winners...?:

@James97M said in Why would BR winners...?:

Sell chipper? Most of the guys winning br have won before and don't need the stubbs. If I won br I'd keep arguably the best 3rd basemen available.

Because they will keep the first one they win and then keep playing to sell all the dupes they'll earn.

I guess my point is it's going to be a long wait

For those who have the buy orders in yeah. But to the point you were making, plenty of BR dogs can go flawless multiple times a week. So they can sell off plenty after the first one they keep. Last year I think I went flawless 5 times in under two weeks and sold Sale, who I already had from an earlier flawless run, every 5 times for 1M a pop.

I wish I liked br. Can be super frustrating. I played probably 10 runs this year. Best was 12-1. I just don't find any fun in it with the errors that happen. I've never gotten 12-0 but I have never really put much effort into br. Maybe it's time to give it a few shots

Yeah it can be a real rollercoaster. I've had the most sour losses you can imagine but also incredible comebacks, it's a game mode with incredible highs and insane lows. But I definitely would encourage anyone to play and go for it. Nothing is impossible, you just need to play and draft smart and also have a bit of luck on your side with matchmaking. The first flawless is always the hardest, after that it becomes easier as you put less pressure on yourself.

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is my computer trippin or has there been ZERO chippers sold yet

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@thehomiemiike said in Why would BR winners...?:

is my computer trippin or has there been ZERO chippers sold yet

People who earn him today will likely give him a few games tryout before selling....or keep him and than go 12-0 again to get the sellable.

I think given sometime, you will see a lot of these goons sell him as his attributes aren't crazy, I doubt most of them use him in their God Squad

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I went 12 and 0 for zobrist months ago. Havent passed 8 and 0 since. That 12 and 0 was so much luck with rage quits

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I played BR I think twice and had 4 wins. 12 seems F nuts. I ain’t messing with them dudes who can go 12-0. That’s crazy [censored]

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@raesONE said in Why would BR winners...?:

@James97M said in Why would BR winners...?:

@raesONE said in Why would BR winners...?:

@James97M said in Why would BR winners...?:

@raesONE said in Why would BR winners...?:

@James97M said in Why would BR winners...?:

Sell chipper? Most of the guys winning br have won before and don't need the stubbs. If I won br I'd keep arguably the best 3rd basemen available.

Because they will keep the first one they win and then keep playing to sell all the dupes they'll earn.

I guess my point is it's going to be a long wait

For those who have the buy orders in yeah. But to the point you were making, plenty of BR dogs can go flawless multiple times a week. So they can sell off plenty after the first one they keep. Last year I think I went flawless 5 times in under two weeks and sold Sale, who I already had from an earlier flawless run, every 5 times for 1M a pop.

I wish I liked br. Can be super frustrating. I played probably 10 runs this year. Best was 12-1. I just don't find any fun in it with the errors that happen. I've never gotten 12-0 but I have never really put much effort into br. Maybe it's time to give it a few shots

Yeah it can be a real rollercoaster. I've had the most sour losses you can imagine but also incredible comebacks, it's a game mode with incredible highs and insane lows. But I definitely would encourage anyone to play and go for it. Nothing is impossible, you just need to play and draft smart and also have a bit of luck on your side with matchmaking. The first flawless is always the hardest, after that it becomes easier as you put less pressure on yourself.

What’s a good draft strategy for BR. Haven’t played and now want to give this a shot. Seems impossible though. I can’t even beat the extreme showdown

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@lazy_toast said in Why would BR winners...?:

@raesONE said in Why would BR winners...?:

@James97M said in Why would BR winners...?:

@raesONE said in Why would BR winners...?:

@James97M said in Why would BR winners...?:

@raesONE said in Why would BR winners...?:

@James97M said in Why would BR winners...?:

Sell chipper? Most of the guys winning br have won before and don't need the stubbs. If I won br I'd keep arguably the best 3rd basemen available.

Because they will keep the first one they win and then keep playing to sell all the dupes they'll earn.

I guess my point is it's going to be a long wait

For those who have the buy orders in yeah. But to the point you were making, plenty of BR dogs can go flawless multiple times a week. So they can sell off plenty after the first one they keep. Last year I think I went flawless 5 times in under two weeks and sold Sale, who I already had from an earlier flawless run, every 5 times for 1M a pop.

I wish I liked br. Can be super frustrating. I played probably 10 runs this year. Best was 12-1. I just don't find any fun in it with the errors that happen. I've never gotten 12-0 but I have never really put much effort into br. Maybe it's time to give it a few shots

Yeah it can be a real rollercoaster. I've had the most sour losses you can imagine but also incredible comebacks, it's a game mode with incredible highs and insane lows. But I definitely would encourage anyone to play and go for it. Nothing is impossible, you just need to play and draft smart and also have a bit of luck on your side with matchmaking. The first flawless is always the hardest, after that it becomes easier as you put less pressure on yourself.

What’s a good draft strategy for BR. Haven’t played and now want to give this a shot. Seems impossible though. I can’t even beat the extreme showdown

Draft power with silver pitching. Gwt some speed for the bench. K/9 and h/9 doesn't matter much in br. Get guys who have good break and velo

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@James97M said in Why would BR winners...?:

@lazy_toast said in Why would BR winners...?:

@raesONE said in Why would BR winners...?:

@James97M said in Why would BR winners...?:

@raesONE said in Why would BR winners...?:

@James97M said in Why would BR winners...?:

@raesONE said in Why would BR winners...?:

@James97M said in Why would BR winners...?:

Sell chipper? Most of the guys winning br have won before and don't need the stubbs. If I won br I'd keep arguably the best 3rd basemen available.

Because they will keep the first one they win and then keep playing to sell all the dupes they'll earn.

I guess my point is it's going to be a long wait

For those who have the buy orders in yeah. But to the point you were making, plenty of BR dogs can go flawless multiple times a week. So they can sell off plenty after the first one they keep. Last year I think I went flawless 5 times in under two weeks and sold Sale, who I already had from an earlier flawless run, every 5 times for 1M a pop.

I wish I liked br. Can be super frustrating. I played probably 10 runs this year. Best was 12-1. I just don't find any fun in it with the errors that happen. I've never gotten 12-0 but I have never really put much effort into br. Maybe it's time to give it a few shots

Yeah it can be a real rollercoaster. I've had the most sour losses you can imagine but also incredible comebacks, it's a game mode with incredible highs and insane lows. But I definitely would encourage anyone to play and go for it. Nothing is impossible, you just need to play and draft smart and also have a bit of luck on your side with matchmaking. The first flawless is always the hardest, after that it becomes easier as you put less pressure on yourself.

What’s a good draft strategy for BR. Haven’t played and now want to give this a shot. Seems impossible though. I can’t even beat the extreme showdown

Draft power with silver pitching. Gwt some speed for the bench. K/9 and h/9 doesn't matter much in br. Get guys who have good break and velo

Sweet thanks man

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