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Adam Levy Finishes First in the Fantasy Premier League Rankings

Published On May 21, 2019 | By Matthew Futter | Basketball, Daily Fantasy Strategy, Fantasy Basketball News

Fantasy Football Scout congratulates world’s number 1 FPL  player, Adam Levy, for beating about 6.3 million Fantasy Premier League competitors around the globe. He is a 53-year-old รวย เพราะ บอล player based in Wellington who simply loves football. Adam played under the username #TheyareUs to commemorate the recent Christchurch terror attacks.

The Fantasy Premier League (FPL) is an online game played by millions of participants worldwide. Participants have a fictional budget of a whopping £100 million, and then they are to select a team with 15 players at the start of every season. Each participant is given points based on how well his players did on the field. For example, if Raheem Sterling gained a score for Manchester City, the team is awarded 5 points.

This season is Adam Levy’s 6th. Since Game week 11, he placed within the top thousand, progressing to top ten in Game week 26 and succeeding as the world’s best in Game week 29. He had his first Wildcard game in Game week 16. During the Game week 25, he triple-captained the famous Aguero, then used a popular tactic of Free Hit during the Game Week 32. He had his second Wildcard game in Game week 34 and experienced Bench Boost in Game week 35.

At Game week 38, Levy had a 71-point return giving him a 2,659-point finish, a bit lower than the record set by the 2009/ 10 winner, Jon Reeson. Still, during this game, he is 60 points ahead of his greatest opponent, Falah Allawati. Before the last match, Levy is 94 and 72 points on lead against the second place within the members’ and free-to-all leagues. Levy’s luck moved on until Game week 38 as he swapped Son-Heung min (£8.6m) and Raul Jimenez (£6.9m) with Nathan Redmond (£5.5m) and Sergio Aguero (£12.0m).

Levy’s prize for topping the FPL is a seven-night vacation getaway to the UK, which already includes the travel and accommodation expenses. VIP tickets to watch two Premier League matches next season, an FLP goody bag, and a TAG Heuer Smartwatch are also included for the winner’s prizes. Levy is not yet decided on which game to watch, but he is setting his eye to see Winston Reid play at the London Stadium as he is also a huge West Ham United fan.

When asked what was his secret is in topping the league, Levy shared that he watches and studies full-length games from about six to eight hours per week. He said that he utilizes websites to research more information about fantasy football. Levy even uses social media platforms like Twitter and Reddit to gain more input on recent games. He maximizes the “noise” on social media to help him make captaincy decisions on his next moves for the whole nine months of each season.

Even though Levy is overwhelmed on taking the world’s number 1 rank, he said that the prestige he gets at work is still more important. He stressed that he does not play for the money. He plays for the fun and excitement he gains while playing and competing with friends and colleagues.

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