Just give me all the dodgers, specifically righties but really any dodger. An entire BG lineup of dodgers probably won’t ever lose. Likewise an A’s, Giants, Reds lineup won’t lose tourneys ever. I know moments has been beaten to death but if you play a variety of events they are fun.

Sorry for all of the pics but I wanted to see what I’m missing. The cardinals have a higher percent team moments than the Giants, so why isn’t Pendleton rated higher than snow and is even with Hunter? All of their skills are at the same level.

Sorry for all of the pics but I wanted to see what I’m missing. The cardinals have a higher percent team moments than the Giants, so why isn’t Pendleton rated higher than snow and is even with Hunter? All of their skills are at the same level.

Snows moments are active because its risp for giants in any mode. Twins is woh and cards is close game (awful). If u look at each one ull see they specify certain situations and modes where that team’s boost is active.

@jmsorioles33 Crap. I totally misread it. Once again-I’m the idiot. What a great player and a horrible moment combo. It might be ok for a little bit of woh but really not much else. I guess that I was trying to find another moment that I could use.

I'm not 100% certain Glu really knows what they are doing with moments. Saving me hundreds of thousands of gold lol. The optimal lineup this weekend does not even include the new ATG.

How can you tell if moments are working? I’m Diamond and have the pick em multiplier. I have both division series moments from today. The Braves at 30% boost and the Astros at 40% boost.

I'm not 100% certain Glu really knows what they are doing with moments. Saving me hundreds of thousands of gold lol. The optimal lineup this weekend does not even include the new ATG.

I'm not 100% certain Glu really knows what they are doing with moments. Saving me hundreds of thousands of gold lol. The optimal lineup this weekend does not even include the new ATG.

Au contraire, mon frere, I think they know EXACTLY what they are doing. The collective are keeping and leveling marginal players from the teams they have Moments for so they can light every option on the Glu Casino slot machine to generate a gagillion points.

I'm not 100% certain Glu really knows what they are doing with moments. Saving me hundreds of thousands of gold lol. The optimal lineup this weekend does not even include the new ATG.

Au contraire, mon frere, I think they know EXACTLY what they are doing. The collective are keeping and leveling marginal players from the teams they have Moments for so they can light every option on the Glu Casino slot machine to generate a gagillion points.

Not quite. Jed is saying that they could be doing the same AND 'requiring' the top atg/legend. Instead, guys like me get to 'compete.' It's considerably cheaper to stack up on moments than to chase all the top sets.

So the Division Series Moments only apply to Jose Cruz and Greg Maddox and any other right handed Braves pitcher?

Like @JEDDDOGGY said, you don't need Maddux. In fact, you're worse off with him.

edit: The Stros division series moments applies to lefty OF astro bats and the Braves division series moments applies to any righty pitcher. For the moments to trigger, however, they need to contribute bonus points. For example, Cruz is a bonus so the Stros' moments' works for him. It doesn't work for potm Tucker because he doesn't contribute bonus points today.

So the Division Series Moments only apply to Jose Cruz and Greg Maddox and any other right handed Braves pitcher?

Like @JEDDDOGGY said, you don't need Maddux. In fact, you're worse off with him.

I believe you but how is that possible? How would Maddux be worse than Ian Anderson? I don’t have any Braves pitchers by the way I’m just curious how it would be worse to have Maddux.

I'm sure what they meant to do was to add a multiplier to only the players who receive bonus points, but they're just adding the multiplier to the total multiplier value.

For example, if Braves pitchers get 5k per strikeout, ideally a 50% boost would simply make it so Braves pitchers get 7.5k per strikeout.

Instead what is happening is the 50% boost is added as a multiplier, and you get it for every player that satisfies the moments requirement(s).

So, if you have a Braves SP and 4 Braves RP, they're calculating the multiplier as follows:

1.5 x 1.5 = 2.25 2.25 x 1.5 = 3.38 3.38 x 1.5 = 5.07 5.07 x 1.5 = 7.61 7.61 x 1.5 = 11.42

Then, say you have the Astros moments that works on Cruz, instead of just giving Cruz 50% more points, they're giving everyone in your lineup 50% more points. Multiplier is increased from above's 11.42 number:

11.42 x 1.5 = 17.13

Then, if you put in POTM O'Neill and add that Cardinals moment, instead of just giving O'Neill the 50%, again it applies to the entire multiplier which is then applied to your entire points scored, like this:

17.13 x 1.5 = 25.71

So instead of a scrub Braves RP getting 7.5k instead of 5k, Cruz getting 300k instead of 200k, and O'Neill getting 120k instead of 80k, your entire bonus point total is multiplied by 25.71x.

So instead of a few hundred thousand extra points, people are getting like 80 billion points LOL. And, the real kicker here, you don't need most of the box players or even the ATG to do that.

I know that's probably an oversimplification of how this is working, but it illustrates the point well imo.

I'm sure what they meant to do was to add a multiplier to only the players who receive bonus points, but they're just adding the multiplier to the total multiplier value.

For example, if Braves pitchers get 5k per strikeout, ideally a 50% boost would simply make it so Braves pitchers get 7.5k per strikeout.

Instead what is happening is the 50% boost is added as a multiplier, and you get it for every player that satisfies the moments requirement(s).

So, if you have a Braves SP and 4 Braves RP, they're calculating the multiplier as follows:

1.5 x 1.5 = 2.25 2.25 x 1.5 = 3.38 3.38 x 1.5 = 5.07 5.07 x 1.5 = 7.61 7.61 x 1.5 = 11.42

Then, say you have the Astros moments that works on Cruz, instead of just giving Cruz 50% more points, they're giving everyone in your lineup 50% more points. Multiplier is increased from above's 11.42 number:

11.42 x 1.5 = 17.13

Then, if you put in POTM O'Neill and add that Cardinals moment, instead of just giving O'Neill the 50%, again it applies to the entire multiplier which is then applied to your entire points scored, like this:

17.13 x 1.5 = 25.71

So instead of a scrub Braves RP getting 7.5k instead of 5k, Cruz getting 300k instead of 200k, and O'Neill getting 120k instead of 80k, your entire bonus point total is multiplied by 25.71x.

So instead of a few hundred thousand extra points, people are getting like 80 billion points LOL. And, the real kicker here, you don't need most of the box players or even the ATG to do that.

I know that's probably an oversimplification of how this is working, but it illustrates the point well imo.

Jed giving away all the edge, one post at a time. LOL

Haha well for those who care about bonus points, this has more than likely already been circulated among those who would utilize it. But, I'll gladly take the blame if they just go back to player sets and I don't have to bust out a spreadsheet every morning LOL.

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If it wasn’t for bonus points I woulda had Pedro Guerrero In there with all those dodgers boosts.

edit: The Stros division series moments applies to lefty OF astro bats and the Braves division series moments applies to any righty pitcher. For the moments to trigger, however, they need to contribute bonus points. For example, Cruz is a bonus so the Stros' moments' works for him. It doesn't work for potm Tucker because he doesn't contribute bonus points today.

For example, if Braves pitchers get 5k per strikeout, ideally a 50% boost would simply make it so Braves pitchers get 7.5k per strikeout.

Instead what is happening is the 50% boost is added as a multiplier, and you get it for every player that satisfies the moments requirement(s).

So, if you have a Braves SP and 4 Braves RP, they're calculating the multiplier as follows:

1.5 x 1.5 = 2.25

2.25 x 1.5 = 3.38

3.38 x 1.5 = 5.07

5.07 x 1.5 = 7.61

7.61 x 1.5 = 11.42

Then, say you have the Astros moments that works on Cruz, instead of just giving Cruz 50% more points, they're giving everyone in your lineup 50% more points. Multiplier is increased from above's 11.42 number:

11.42 x 1.5 = 17.13

Then, if you put in POTM O'Neill and add that Cardinals moment, instead of just giving O'Neill the 50%, again it applies to the entire multiplier which is then applied to your entire points scored, like this:

17.13 x 1.5 = 25.71

So instead of a scrub Braves RP getting 7.5k instead of 5k, Cruz getting 300k instead of 200k, and O'Neill getting 120k instead of 80k, your entire bonus point total is multiplied by 25.71x.

So instead of a few hundred thousand extra points, people are getting like 80 billion points LOL. And, the real kicker here, you don't need most of the box players or even the ATG to do that.

I know that's probably an oversimplification of how this is working, but it illustrates the point well imo.