In this episode, Jensen provides an in-depth analysis of Team Liquid’s game against Cloud9 in the LCS. In this game, he plays Akali into Aatrox. They have an excellent composition that wants to snowball, but with some late-game insurance in case their plan doesn’t go to plan. Team Liquid continuously puts pressure on all lanes and slowly but surely plays the map in a way that allows them to get all of the outer towers. When playing Akali, you don’t always need to be doing damage as long as you create the space for your team to be hitting the enemy. Jensen uses the shroud in team fights to buy time and be annoying. In many fights, he doesn’t even do damage. Instead, he puts so much pressure on the enemy that they are afraid to engage and fight. Always having the Shen ult to cover him, he can play more aggressively than normal. He does so to secure himself an early game kill and lead. In the end, they finish the game by baiting baron a couple of times until they manage to force a fight and win the game.
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4. MID LANE CHAMPIONS – WIN CONDITIONS
In this episode, Jensen covers the most popular and powerful mid lane champions in the current meta. He explains the advantages and weaknesses of each and gives a brief overview of how you want to play Syndra, Orianna, Yasuo, Ryze, Akali, Cassiopeia, and LeBlanc.
7. HOW TO FREEZE
Freezing is a potent tool you can use in the early game to punish heroes that are weak during the first few minutes of the game. It's especially at this stage that you want to use freezing because later in the game, you will want to push waves and move around the map.
8. STRONG EARLY GAME
In this episode, Jensen analyzes a game where he plays Syndra into Twisted Fate. This matchup favors Syndra due to her long-range abilities, poke, and all-in potential. He explains how he controls the wave perfectly in his favor and manages to secure a 17 creep score lead before the first recall timing.
12. FULL GAME ANALYSIS – AKALI VS AATROX
In this episode, Jensen provides an in-depth analysis of Team Liquid's game against Cloud9 in the LCS. In this game, he plays Akali into Aatrox. Team Liquid continuously puts pressure on all lanes and slowly but surely plays the map in a way that allows them to get all of the outer towers.
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