There's a few different ways to remove lineups that you don't want from SaberSim. The first and the simplest is to just uncheck lineups that you don't want in your lineup set. If, for example, I don't want to play this lineup number one here, I can just go ahead and click this check box and it'll remove it from my pool and send it to the trash. In the trash, if I did this by accident, I can recheck lineups back into my pool or include all lineups from the trash back into the original lineup pool. Now, that's fine if you're just doing that for maybe a handful of lineups, but maybe you have a certain combination of players that you don't want in any of your lineups. You can use SaberSim's filters to bulk remove those lineups with those kinds of combinations all at once.

If, for example, I wanted to remove every lineup where I was playing Corbin Burnes and Charlie Morton together all at once, I could use the filters to filter by all lineups that include Corbin Burnes, and then all Corbin Burnes lineups that include Charlie Morton and trash all of these lineups all at once here. The easiest way to do this is to actually go ahead and click into the pool, which will make sure every lineup in the entire pool that has both Morton and Burnes in it will be trashed all at once. In this case, it's going to remove 239 lineups. I can go ahead and click "yes" there and fill back up to my original 20, which will clear out these filters. Now, I know that the resulting 20 lineups I end up with here will not have those two players combined in any given lineups. There are really two things to keep in mind before you go crazy trashing a bunch of your lineups from your pool.

First, if you plan on using this feature, I'd recommend building a larger pool of 1500 lineups. That just means that you're going to have more lineups to work with. Second, if you're doing this a bunch and trashing huge numbers of lineups from your pool, you may be better off going back to the build settings and setting either player groups or stacking rules to avoid combining these players together in the first place, which will build you a much better pool of lineups that actually targets the strategy you want to use on that particular slate. If you have any other questions about the rest of the lineup building process on SaberSim, check out some of the other videos in our support documentation. In the meantime, thank you and good luck.

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