Daily Fantasy Sports Site Without a Salary Cap: DraftPot

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Jun/17/2015
Daily Fantasy Sports Site Without a Salary Cap: DraftPot

(G911 Fantasy Sports Wire) - New York-based DraftPot.com is upping the ante in the world of Daily Fantasy Sports by allowing folks to enter their contests without having to deal with a salary cap.  That’s right, you can pick whomever you want.

The average DraftPot.com contest would turn $20 entry fees into $74 with just 4 entries.  They do offer free rolls and some contests that pay no more than $500 to 1st place on average.  Head-to-heads are offered.  Gambling911.com and DFS911.com will be presenting upcoming contests for DraftPot as part of its commitment to the Daily Fantasy Sports community. – Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

The DraftPot.com scoring system and a video on how it works appears below.

Scoring:

Statistic

Point Value

Eagles

8.0

Birdies

3.0

Pars

0.5

Bogeys

-0.5

Double Bogeys

-1.0

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