Most of you are familiar with the National Fantasy Baseball Championship (NFBC). For those not, the NFBC runs several competitions with an overall champion, along with multiple stand-alone high stakes leagues. The majority are 12- and 15-team mixed, mostly snake drafts but some auctions.
One of the attractions of the NFBC is incorporating the Kentucky Derby System (KDS) into draft order. Each participant lists their draft spot preferences. Teams are drawn randomly, but instead of the first team being assigned the first overall pick, they get their first KDS listing. This continues until all the spots are accounted for.
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