Since we are attempting to leverage variance in our favor as much as possible over individual drafts, we must adopt a big-picture view of management in order to not be overexposed to variance. To do so, we think of individual drafts as our place to increase, or leverage, variance and we think of all of our drafts together as a portfolio when looking to decrease, or manage, variance. This gives each individual draft the best chance of seeking outlier production, and, in turn, the top-heavy payouts while also ensuring we are not blowing through an entire bankroll in . . .