Daily Fantasy Summoner LCS Week 8 Day 2 Cheat Sheet
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
100t +147 v FlyQ -200
GGS +362 v. C9 -588
TL -357 v CLG +246
DIG -125 v. IMT -105
Fantasy Summoner Cash Thoughts:
C9 is chalk. The more interesting topic in LCS should be finding the co-stack. Obviously, TL is safe from a betting standpoint, but rather difficult to trust from a fantasy perspective. Consider playing the Team as one off or Jensen. FLYQ has experienced some ups and downs in recent week, reminding us that they might not belong in the upper echelon of LCS teams. Their opponents, 100t, are inferior in most important statistics (Gold Difference, Mid-Late Game Rating, Kills to Death ratio), and only even on Early Game Rating.
High Floors/High Ownership plays:
|Solo||Santorin||Power of Evil||Wildturtle||Ignar|
Fantasy Summoner Tournament Thoughts:
Following logic in LCS is fools errand. Perhaps due to the small week to week sample size and one match variance, it is quite difficult to know which version of the players you are getting. Therefore, those who take risks are often rewarded. IMT is one of the more difficult organization and team to trust. From game to game, they can look like contenders or pretenders. In a coinflip game, picking either side makes sense, but it is likely there is fewer ownership on the IMT side than on the DIG side. Another recommendation is big stack TL. Since the narrative surrounding this team is that they don’t do well fantasy wise, taking the big stack approach is aiming for an outlier game where they score 17+ kills; this is doable vs. a hapless CLG.