Fantasy Sports As Day Job: Meet One Of The Industry's Top Winners Is daily fantasy sports a game of skill or one of chance? Just ask one of the industry's top winners, a Bostonian who treats daily fantasy sports as his day job.
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Fantasy Sports As Day Job: Meet One Of The Industry's Top Winners

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Fantasy Sports As Day Job: Meet One Of The Industry's Top Winners

Fantasy Sports As Day Job: Meet One Of The Industry's Top Winners

Fantasy Sports As Day Job: Meet One Of The Industry's Top Winners

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Is daily fantasy sports a game of skill or one of chance? Just ask one of the industry's top winners, a Bostonian who treats daily fantasy sports as his day job.

The 27-year-old math and econ grad says he puts more than $100,000 at stake each day, and that he's up a cool three million so far this year. On a morning ahead of a day full of sports competitions, he analyzes his fantasy rosters, assesses his risk and submits multiple entries in a bid to beat everyone else who thinks they can put together a better fantasy team.