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How some fantasy sports players are making millions a year

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LAS VEGAS, NV - DECEMBER 15:  (L-R) Draftstreet co-founders Mark Nerenberg, Jeremy Elbaum and Michael Klbort, 2nd place winner Matt Sidla, 3rd place winner Matt Renkwick and Draftstreet co-founder Brian Schwartz pose with a $1,000,000 check during the $1,000,000 Draftstreet Fantasy Football Championship 2013 at Legasse's Stadium at The Palazzo Las Vegas on December 15, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  (Photo by Bryan Steffy/Getty Images for DraftStreet)
Bryan Steffy/Getty Images for DraftStreet
LAS VEGAS, NV - DECEMBER 15: (L-R) Draftstreet co-founders Mark Nerenberg, Jeremy Elbaum and Michael Klbort, 2nd place winner Matt Sidla, 3rd place winner Matt Renkwick and Draftstreet co-founder Brian Schwartz pose with a $1,000,000 check during the $1,000,000 Draftstreet Fantasy Football Championship 2013 at Legasse's Stadium at The Palazzo Las Vegas on December 15, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

With the advent of new fantasy sports sites, sports fans are betting and losing tons of money on everything from the NFL to the MLB, all year long.

With the NFL's regular season long over and the Super Bowl just a few days away, most of the fantasy pro-football leagues are done and life is getting back to normal for obsessed fantasy fans. 

But all across the country, every day, hardcore fantasy sports enthusiasts are still betting on their favorite players, and not just in pro football. 

recently wrote about this for Bloomberg Businessweek and joins A Martinez on the line to talk.

 

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