What Is “Contest Field” and Why Does It Matter?

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The simulation’s evaluation of lineup groups is altered by the contest field, which subsequently influences the results received by SimLabs.

Large Field: This represents a vast and diverse array of lineups. Though the field size may differ, it primarily aids in curating lineups for the large-field GPP contests provided in each slate.

Small Field: This is tailored to symbolize a more educated, compact group of entries. The small field assesses 5,000 of the top lineups and is designed to assist in competing against a more formidable level of competition.

Single Entry: The finest lineups are scrutinized to facilitate victory in a contest where multiple lineup entries are either banned or less probable. The single field investigates 2,000 of the top lineups and aims to aid in contending with an exceptionally robust competition field.

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