Intuition plays a very, very strong part in my fantasy decision-making. That's why I chose the Twitter handle @RotoGut - not because I'm some prodigal seer of the future, but because I believe that people with many years of experience in our hobby start to develop strong feelings that trump small sample sizes. We've all seen the Chris Shelton's of the baseball world come and go. We've been fooled before and we know when
to buy in. Our intuition goes against popular belief far too often - the outcomes don't always go our way, but we feel better about the lineup decisions we've made that just feel right and is truly our own.
really got me thinking about our adaptive unconscious and how sometimes a spontaneous decision based on very little information is often better than the well thought out ones. How many times have you agonized over a lineup decision? Or should I say, how many
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