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Easy Waiver Question

Postby cabrego » Mon Nov 19, 2012 9:26 pm

Hi I am new to FF and was wondering what the downside for me to make 4, 5, or even 6. Waiver claims.

Will they all count agaisnt me? My league is not usually waiver wire heavy but I have some pick ups I'd like to secure-will all claims count against me? Like if there are only 5 other separate waiver claims will the rest of mine waivers count against me?
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Re: Easy Waiver Question

Postby Vicious_Machine » Tue Nov 20, 2012 12:11 am

Check your "League settings".
Some leagues cap the # of moves you can make, so just be careful about that.

Else, like all my leagues, no cap, we can go nuts. I make 100s of moves :D
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Re: Easy Waiver Question

Postby cabrego » Tue Nov 20, 2012 12:29 am

Vicious_Machine wrote:Check your "League settings".
Some leagues cap the # of moves you can make, so just be careful about that.

Else, like all my leagues, no cap, we can go nuts. I make 100s of moves :D



There are no maximum moves so I guess I can go hog wild?

Do you know if waivers will go through if there are no more rotation lefts in the waiver scheme? For exampl, if I have 5 waivers this week but there are only 3 rotations, will I get all 5 acquisitions assuming they are available? Will they all be under waiver or will the 'extra' ones be under free agent?
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Re: Easy Waiver Question

Postby Mean One » Tue Nov 20, 2012 10:44 am

You can go hog wild if you choose as long as the players you have queued up in your waiver listing are available to you. And if each claim you put in is accepted, regardless if other owners are placing claims or not, you will be charged with each waiver claim as it rolls through your listing in the order you prescribed.

Which means, if you have the last waiver claim for that particular day/night you will be moved to the bottom of the pecking order for the next available waiver claim to be run (12 teams in league = #12 waiver claim next go-around).

Hope this helps. ;-D
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