Because we are randomly selecting simulations to use to build each lineup every time you run a build, you will often find that running multiple builds with the exact same settings will give you different lineups each time. And in fact, the higher the sim precision slider in your build settings, the more different your lineups are likely to be. Your lineups will likely have overall a similar strategic direction on the slate between builds, but you won't get the identical lineups every single time. And this is a good thing. DFS is a high-variance game and that natural variance and diversity in-between builds reflects that. It also significantly reduces the chances of duplicating your lineups with other SaberSim users. I highly recommend leaning into this natural diversity and variance because along with it comes higher upside lineups, but if you want more consistency in-between builds, try toggling the manual mode on and turning down your sim precision slider in your build settings. If you're interested in learning more about the rest of the lineup building process on SaberSim, check out the other videos in our support documentation. Thanks and good luck.

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