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Daily Fantasy Summoner 2020 Week 5

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Daily Fantasy Summoner Week 5 Day 1

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 first set of players often consists of recommendations of favorites (based on Bovada odds and Draftking salary tier), and is typically considered a high floor lineup. The tournament recommendations consists of contrarian plays or projected  lower ownership plays.

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LEC Friday Slate

LEC Week 5 Day 1

 Opening Odds:
Vitaltiy -115 vs SK -115
Rogue -417 vs Schalke +276
MAD -323 vs Excel +223
Misfits +137 vs Fnatic -185
G2 -250 vs Origen +183

Slate thoughts:

Perkz is back! It’s time for G2 to really take the split seriously. This would be uncharacteristic for this organization. On a separate note, this will be a frustrating slate because going safe is actually risk-laden. OG swapping in Jactroll is…bizarre, and lower their fantasy ceiling further.

Fantasy Summoner Cash Thoughts: The return of LEC opens with Perkz vs. Jactroll, so G2 is chalk. However, MAD is currently the expected the most owned lineup, and likely the big stack for many. It is unlikely that one can get a MID or ADC at captain when one tries the MAD/G2 stack. This leaves room for experimenting with SK or RGE as possible cash plays.

High Floors/High Ownership plays:

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Fantasy Summoner Tournament Thoughts:  Recency bias will keep FNC ownership level down. The team has looked lost in the last 3 weeks, winning only 1 out of 6 games. They open the second half of the split by facing the Fiddle-hot MSF. This leaves the Vit-SK game as overlooked, when all other matchups appear more appealing. There is potential for a shoot about between these two teams, or a snooze-out is also possible. This is a risk, owners must be willing to take in larger field tournaments.

Risk/Contrarian Plays:



100T +155 vs TSM -208
Liquid -172 vs Evil G +128

The slate is more open than initially believed to be. TL is the highest owned stack for this 2 game slate, and there is likely an even ownership for 100t v. TSM. The fun is determining how you want to stack. While the first game feels riskier, it is highly recommended that whoever you choose is the large stack. Liquid is winning through fewer kills in general. There may be even a contrarian direction of using a game stack with TL Team.

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