So we’ve looked at optimal lineups and winning lineups, but there’s a problem here. About half of the optimal lineups WERE winning lineups. In some cases that’s still a highly contrarian lineup with a scrub (hi, Byron Pringle, I hated you in that game). In other cases, the chalk in a game went off, the optimal lineup was very highly owned, and first prize was split a hundred or more ways. I don’t think we can actually learn very much from studying the latter type of lineup — we already know what those lineups look like and . . .