Daily Fantasy Summoner LCS Week 5 Day 3
How the Cheat sheet works: Players are tiered based on likelihood of winning their match-up and in high team kill games, which correlates with DK fpts. Fantasy Summoner suggests stacking players from the same team is consistently shown as the key to cashing across all contests. Roster can hold up maximum of 4 players of the same team, so all lineups consist of players from at least two lolesports team. Therefore, pick 3 or 4 players from the cheat sheet of the same row to stack. The set often consists of recommendations of favorites (based on odds and Draftking salary tier), and is typically considered a high floor lineup. The bottom set consists of contrarian and lower expected plays
FlyQuest +342 vs C9 -526
100T +229 vs Liquid -333
Golden G -189 vs Dignitas +140
CLG -135 vs Immortals +102
Review Friday Day 2: So, it seems like TSM just gets worst on Day 2s. After the latest lost to FlyQuest, the team needs to take an even more clearer look into the team issues (and for the love of all things holy bring back Biofrost). One may even consider giving TSM Academy a shot. The C9 lost was certainly something anyone can expect from LCS-type showing. With that said, EG looks good in the win, and the team may consider making the Glue a more permanent fixture of the team
Fantasy Summoner Cash Thoughts:
Chalk9 was a major play in cash, and despite their loss, many would have been able to hit their 50/50s or double ups, if they stacked with DIG or GGs. Coming into Sunday, it will be Chalk9 again as the recommendation, with minimal ownership difference. The next highest ownership may be TL, as they look to continue to nip at the heels of C9. Their Friday performance was impressive, albeit an outlier production. The other two games are where one must hit on the second team to stack with C9. It is a coin flip for the remaining games, so this can lead to a highly volatile type of day.
High Floors/High Ownership plays:
Fantasy Summoner Tournament Thoughts:
As of the current post, bettors remain unaffected by the Cloud9 loss from yesterday. The line has only changed a little since its opening. If more money comes in on FlyQ as the slate draws closer, I would apply the following idea: Due to C9’s lost and FlyQuest win yesterday, players will find that the ownership edge of stacking FlyQ in GPP is not as good sharp. Hitting a low owned high output player will come from the other games, per the opinion of the author.
*it is not recommended to stack players from opposing matchups
Late Slate thoughts
Don’t play it safe. The two games consists of unreliable teams, and the salary don’t really matter. Construct your best combo of players, and maybe even consider game stacking the DIG/GGS game.