Thursday, March 1, 2007

Player Valuation

I'll be talking a lot more about player valuation in Rotohog as the draft approaches, but one thing that should be obvious is that you can't just use rankings or valuations designed for other fantasy baseball games and expect to have a shot at winning the $100K. The rules and scoring system for Rotohog are unique, and you're going to have to calculate valuations specifically for this game. I haven't read the book shown below yet, but I'm looking forward to doing so. It's written by a finance guy, and I expect it to be an interesting read and provide a good theoretical framework for creating your own player valuations.

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