When pricing gets released earlier than it typically does for most events, it can cause massive disparities in what we receive and what is justified. That appears to be the case this weekend for Bryson DeChambeau, who is currently fourth in the betting market but just 10th for DraftKings pricing. We live in a day and age where these sorts of situations don't go under the radar, and it is showing with DeChambeau currently projected to be the highest-owned player on the board. It is nearly impossible to form too many logical conclusions about why the American should be faded from a skillset standpoint, but game theory could dictate lowering your exposure at an event that has been known to be volatile. We don't advise going that route, but it isn't an insane concept that doesn't have some merit. Still, though, value is value, and it is hard to argue against DeChambeau being one of the best plays of the week.