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  • Diamond HideousZ Review:
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    Quinn
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  • Patch 5.12 32:52 Recorded Jul-20-2015
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Basically, you do a good job of pressure Hec early and getting a nice advantage in lane, but you fail to adjust your strategy as the game progresses and end up handing the advantage back to him.

I talk a bit about protecting your lead and not overplaying your hand in the video – it’s a mindset shift that a lot of people struggle with. There’s so much pressure to “Carry” that people start to feel like they have to be getting kills as often as possible, instead of trying to play in whatever way is optimal in a given situation. In this game, the optimal play early on was aggression, and you do that well. But around level 6, that stops being the optimal playstyle – at that point, roaming, farming, and denying kills is your best bet. You fail to realize this, however, and end up losing a lot of your hard won lead.

See the video for specific examples and tips.

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Hideous Z has been playing League since Sona was released in 2010. Playing only casually at first, he began to seriously pursue mastery of the game in 2014, and began coaching in 2015. With over 3,000 hours in the game total, including over 1,500 games on Quinn alone, Hideous Z has put an immense amount of time into studying and playing the game, and has a unique talent for breaking down what he knows into easy-to-understand lessons for his students. He streams Monday-Wednesday, 6:30-10:30 PST. Follow Hideous Z on Twitch at twitch.tv/hideousz and on Twitter at twitter.com/hideous_z.

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