Daily Fantasy Summoner LEC Week 5 Day 2
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
SK -190 v. S04 +140
RGE -245 v. xL +175
Vit +205 v. FN -300
MSF -105 v. OG -130
G2 -170 v. MAD +125
Review Friday Day 1: This is probably an early preview of the WTF show (tune in Sunday at 9:30PM EST on twitch.tv/prim3loltgh). What the hell are FN and G2 doing? It is an awful showing by both highly respected teams to come out looking flat. Even with FN win, there is so many questions about their drafts and execution. There is real reason to be upset with G2’s execution. Particularly when the team seem disjointed. It appears they have stopped sharpening their skills and strategy, and allowed others to catch up.
Fantasy Summoner Cash Thoughts:
The ownership has become easier to predict due to the schedule swap. It is likely that the field will be more confident in MAD and go away from G2. Salary will continue to drive the disparity of ownership. It may be a first where DFSummoner would not be cash recommendation. This leaves RGE and SK as the cash chalk. RGE’s output was a bit of an outlier performance, but generally can be considered safe. Continue to feel safe as they face xL. With SK gaming, it is a slightly different situation. Despite RGE dropping 18 kills, the game dragged on with low kill totals for majority of the match. The risk with playing SK is the fear they would not hit enough fantasy scoring even in a win. It is recommended to experiment with different stack around RGE for cash. There is a good reason to consider MAD as they can hit value easily.
High Floors/High Ownership plays:
Fantasy Summoner Tournament Thoughts:
T’was a close call for MSF, until they decided to Superbowl Atlanta Falcons it. This is the few times when FNC and G2 are considered highly risky base on their output. In the past, DFS players only worried about low scoring wins. Now, the risk of losing games increased. The issue for FN appear more concerning, as they continue to push a game plan that doesn’t work to the best of the roster’s talent. Perhaps as equally concerning is G2‘s execution. This team is no stranger to creative draft and playstyle. However, they can no longer rely on talent to win. Excel is another team that appears to be slowly improving. It is a team to watch out for for another slate. The most overlooked game is MSF – OG
^If only you think FN stops putting Hylissang on Braum or Kench