Different from the common S-type draft, the "Auction League" gameplay of Fantasy League is to give each player a certain budget during the draft, so that players can build their dream team according to their own strategies. About six years ago, I came into contact with such a draft method for the first time. Although it usually takes four to five hours (geneascinated. E.g: Because the draft time is long, it not only tests physical strength, but also patience.
When player A is sought after by players, will we lose ourselves and follow the price? If I'm bullish on player B, theoretically the later he is nominated for auction, the cheaper the price will be (because everyone spends almost the same amount of money), but can we wait patiently? If you are obsessed and chase prices indiscriminately, is there a plan B that Special Database can be adjusted in time, so as not to ruin the subsequent draft strategy? Because the rules and ratios of each league are different, the evaluation of the same player may be very different. Can we see the difference and profit from it? The price of a player in this year's draft is largely determined by how well the player played last year. But as investment often says, "Past performance is not equal to future rewards", if we don't have a way of judging the "value" of players, is it easier to be confused by the "price" of the market?
What's more cruel is that everyone can buy the stock of a good company, but a good player can only belong to one team (it's a bit like if I like a company, I will buy it and then go public). So, if there are other players who are as bullish on Player C as I am, are we going to bid at a high price? There are so many interesting things about this game. This time, I will share my draft experience in the past few years. In the future, I will also write some basic rules, mid-season team adjustments and tr