A Fantasy Football Auction is to No Limit Poker

If you’re reading this, chances are you play fantasy football or poker, or if you’re really intelligent and good looking, both. Supposedly there is a debate on whether a fantasy football auction or a draft is the better method. From my perspective that debate is about as close as the Oxygen debate; do we need it or not. I think it’s that obvious. In case your league hasn’t switched from a Draft to an Auction yet or you’re league is arguing whether or not you should make the switch, give this article a read and report back to them. If they don’t know the difference between Limit and No-Limit poker than you probably need to take a hard look at what kind of person they really are and the merits of hanging out with them.

Your choices in friends aside, the good news is that, whether your game of choice is Limit or No-Limit or your Fantasy Football leagues ข่าวบอล Drafts or has an Auction; either way you’re having a good time. The only difference is the level of fun. I have a hard time listening to an argument that says a Draft is more fun than an Auction or Limit is more exciting than No-Limit. With Limit poker you are stuck with fixed betting amounts same as with the traditional Draft, you are stuck in your position and can’t get too creative. Whereas with No-Limit poker you have structured blinds, but after that anything goes, similar to a Fantasy Auction; there’s a structured order to putting players up for bid, but after that you can do whatever the heck you want. Both Auctions and No-Limit poker are far riskier ventures then their more conservative counterparts, but they are also far more rewarding, entertaining and engaging.

Alright, so by now you get the card analogy, I don’t want to keep beating you over the head with it. Let’s just move on and discuss the Auction vs. the Draft. To be fair I’ve come up with five pros and cons for both styles.

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