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5 minutes to Diamond
Transcript of 5 minutes to Diamond
5 Minutes to Diamond
Crowd control is the way to the promise land
Put your teammates in their strongest roles
Never give up during the laning phase. Anything can happen after it.
Never play like the game is already won. Throws happen more often than you realize.
Set reachable goals every time you play
Improving Your Overall Winrate
Pick 5 of these champions to learn
Don't stress out, not every game is going to be winnable but you have to "try hard" every game if you want to get better and gain rank.
Spend a week Dissecting every loss and win with a replay system. It might be boring but you will learn something new every game
Getting Diamond is just a grind. If you follow all these tips your win rate will increase and then it just becomes a matter of grinding it out.
Baron is the double edged sword to Victory
Don't risk having it stolen if you're winning
If you're losing, TRY TO STEAL IT (nothing to lose, the world to gain)
Sneaking baron is the easiest way to win games but the risk has to equate the reward.
Chain of corruption
Even if you're losing, the team with more crowd control usually wins in solo que.
Take a 5-10 minute break between each game and reflect on the previous game
Lane swapping is like free lp
Putting yourself in better matchups wins games
Catches the enemy off guard and gives you a huge advantage
Never argue during a game. EVER. Even if you're right
Cliche but so real it hurts me to think about how many games I lost because I alienated an ally with an argument
Only duo que with someone that is going to take it equally as serious as you
Avoid duo queuing unless you have synergy
Play in roles that the ability to interact early-midgame