The primary goal in any fantasy auction is to spend every imaginary dollar you have at the draft table to acquire as much talent as possible. In short, having money left over at the end of auction in a league that resets each season is paramount to leaving a bar with free drink coupons in your pocket.
It sounds like a rather simple concept and something that people should have no trouble achieving, but it happens more often than you would think. I see it happen in my local auction leagues every year, and it even happens in expert leagues. Even if everyone spends all of the money, owners are leaving value on the table because many contributors, of all types, are afterthoughts on draft day that go in dollar days or even go undrafted. After all, nobody is perfect.
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