DTDC Winter Winter 2022 (September 23): Losing to TDT with a close score of 2-3, FL has to blame themselves when now the top 4 position is far away from them.
Only losing to TDT with a close score, FL sadly looked at the opponent who had a great opportunity to finish the group stage with a position in the top 4.
SGP 3-0 B2F
SGP took the initiative to put the opponent to sleep early, waiting until their carries, especially Fish’s Tulen, had their items, then started to counterattack. Just as they had planned, the match flowed according to the steps of the SGP. The first game flowed smoothly into this team’s pocket. Game two saw the two teams bring a lot of weird cards into the game. An open game was performed by both, but the victory still belonged to the better team, which is SGP.
Game 3 no longer has moments for B2F to compete on par with SGP. Continuously controlling and controlling, Bang and his teammates competed thoroughly and did not reveal any loopholes. The final score 3-0 in favor of SGP.
TDT 3-2 FL
FL performed a very careful and united herd pull. Case has very good moves and initiating teamfights, thereby helping FL excel in the ability to loot the jungle to increase strength. The hiding phase brought a great advantage in numbers to help FL succeed in having the first game. The second game was the superiority of the game from the players of TDT. Balance the score 1-1 after two games.
Game 3 has a scenario that is not much different from the previous game. Only this time TDT knows how to take advantage and finish the game better than before. Game 4 was extremely tense, from the early game to the late game. The advantage of the super minions helped FL stay in the game for as long as possible, and they finally successfully flipped the bet, dragging the pair to game 5. TDT made mistakes in the middle. match, but then FL still couldn’t take advantage and let TDT win. FL has to blame themselves when now FL no longer has the opportunity to decide for the top 4 position.
XT 0-3 BOX
XT revealed BOX’s strategy of focusing directly on Daim, but in game 1 they completely failed with this strategy. In game 2, XT started to work better than that strategy. But no, when it’s difficult, the BOX has Gray. BOX’s jungler knows how to control the target, not letting the opponent get to the best points to finish the game. 2-0 for BOX.
XT played very suicide in the decisive 3rd game. Daim is very difficult to choose a position to discharge damage when the game drags into late. But XT’s immaturity in the most critical periods persists. BOX is too old to take the opportunity to finish off the opponent’s main house.
HEV – VGM
Kahlii in Maris’ hands shines brightly when there are terrible “drying” phases in combat. The match was decided when VGM’s carry proved to be too superior in terms of damage to the opponent. Judas is very good but VGM is sorry. BirdLB’s mission is to separate Judas from HEV’s lineup, the rest of VGM is more than enough to take care of the whole match. Game 2 inevitably ended up going to VGM.
HEV showed signs of improvement in the laning phase, but later on, VGM proved to be more solid and tougher. HEV’s journey officially ended when they helplessly watched 4 enemy team members destroy their main house. 3-0 easy for VGM.