The Great, The Good, and the Bad.
The Great: is that we had Daniel Berger pegged as one of the best plays this week, even had him on the betting card. Berger ended up winning the tournament last week. Making it 12 out of 17 tournaments that the Winner has been established as a clear cut play by 925. (excludes WGC, and other nonfull tournament field events). We also had Gary Woodland T9, Collin Morikawa Runner up, and Sungjae Im Top 10. All 4 plays were marked as a top 10 play this week in the player pool. On a normal week hitting those plays at our ownerships would normally mean we had a great week, but this was not a normal week, and we knew that going into it. Matthew NeSmith was a "deep" value play that was 1% owned on the slate. It was easy to peg him as a guy that would make the cut.
The Good: We knew that last week would have a ton of variance, you just didn't know where it would come from. Knowing when, and when not to play a lot money/lineups is a key factor that we hit on last week!