How to win $1 billion | The Fantasy Show with Matthew Berry | ESPN

Al Zeidenfeld joins The Fantasy Show with Matthew Berry and explains how you can win $1 billion playing fantasy football on DraftKings.

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  • Jason O'Daniel
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    It's good to know that in the face of "daily fantasy" being exposed as the 100% scam it is where over 80% of players LOSE MONEY, good to know pro wrestling network ESPN fiction isn't going to be phased by that and keep getting their illegal scam over with the wrestling marks. NOBODY IS EVER WINNING A GODDAMN BILLION DOLLARS! Are you wrestling marks really that stupid? Apparently so. You couldn't consistently pick over 80% losers if you tried in actual point spread football gambling but over 80% of you will lose in this illegal scam. Smarten up marks and stop letting the untalented Matthew Berry, who highly recommended Carson Palmer this week fool you. No fantasy "guru" since I started in 98 has even gotten 20% of their predictions and projections correct and the untalented Matthew Berry, bald, fat, nonathletic Matthew Berry's calculator is one of the worst EVER at predicting. Why the hell would anybody believe a word coming out of his untalented, over-paid, lying mouth?

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