5 PRO TIPS to SMASH JUNGLE SMURFS on the ENEMY TEAM - League of Legends Guide

5 PRO TIPS to SMASH JUNGLE SMURFS on the ENEMY TEAM - League of Legends Guide

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Hey everyone, we got some really great feedback on our video that walked through just how to beat the challenger smurfs that might end up in your games, so we're going to be going over 2 more games today in the same style that i recently played while recording commentaries and looking over the big mistakes that the enemy made that allowed me to win. In one of these games, the enemy jungler actually had a massive early lead, but ended up throwing it. so were going to be talking about how they should have tried to snowball themselves, and also how to avoid falling behind in the first place. Lets get right into it The first game were going to be looking at is an udyr vs olaf game, i get massively ahead and go up over 100 cs and 4 levels on the enemy jungler, but this kind of stuff doesnt happen magically so lets break down why and how it couldave been avoided. Olaf starts at red buff and sees that im also starting on bot side based on the leash, and he makes a quick mistake, what do you think it is? While there is an argument to be made about not full clearing in every game, olaf and udyr basically operate the same way, you generally want to use your extremely fast clear to get
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a level lead and then look for plays. There are going to be times where you need to gank and disrupt your full clear, but theres no real reason to at least yet, and we essentially lock ourselves out of contesting the same crab as the enemy jungler by doing this play due to ensuring we'll be a level down. Knowing that udyr is pathing into the same side, we wont be able to do much on topside without being contested, even if we rush and do a faster pathing were going to fight 2v2 at some point unless udyr just messes up and ignores you. Olaf paths towards top and after getting level 3 decides to look for a top play Not only did we expect him to end up topside for a play, so this gank is highly unlikely to work anyways, we have it warded, so because hes not level 4, i know that this is a clear win for us and we can easily fight. The ensuing fight IS really terrible for olaf, and obviously his game is super hard now after the initial mistake that got punished, but now we have to ask, how do you stop the bleeding
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as much as possible from this point? Coming out of base, olaf knows that im top side, so he should try his best to make a counterplay on the other side of the map, what is it? He should definitely try to contest bot crab while im not there. because he cant actually fight me, he needs to make sure hes at things before me. Olaf paths towards krugs here which is a massive mistake for more than one reason. One, he delays his ability to get to bot crab, two, he now cannot protect his extremely valuable respawning raptors from an invade. and 3, he cant hover the mid fight, or invade on my respawning gromp if i were to kill too much time on topside. Obviously once he sees me cross through mid he cant really contest bottom crab, and now would ideally go to take away his raptors before i have a chance to invade. Its not the best to get double crabbed, but at this point anything you can do to reduce the snowball is really important, until you get a chance to make a comeback play. He gets his raptors taken on respawn because he was late and then afterwards gets pushed out of his jungle.
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He does have a chance to maybe come back in this game right now, so what do you think he should do? Knowing that i was just in his bot side jungle when his camps were respawning, he should know that mine are also coming up, and this is his one chance to get into my jungle to take things away and maybe even out the game. He could look to take my raptors and krugs, while also glancing to see if mid and top are collapsing or are gankable. Obviously this is a risky play, but the game is at the point where its pretty doomed if you dont try to do something proactive, and ive always been of the opinion that going down fighting is much better than just bleeding out. He opts to farm his own camps instead and doesnt really get much. We know for a fact that he has to be on topside since i just pushed him out of his bottom jungle, and i just show up to counter the play. When youre behind its imperative that you try to get to plays either before the enemy can, or just force on the opposite side, otherwise youre going to have to constantly fight 1v1 or 2v2 against opponents that are just much stronger than you. Avoid the enemy at all costs and just look to sneak things out from under their nose
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instead of dealing with them directly. If he had taken the chance to get ahead of me and look for my camps or a gank here, i wouldnt have had a response and he mightave had a way back into the game, i basically greeded my camps knowing that he wouldnt really punish me for resetting late, and it just so turns out that i was correct. The rest of the game i basically just force a ton of fights around olaf knowing that im much stronger and will win. At this point he cant do much to get back into the game unless i really mess up so theres no real reason to look at his POV anymore. This is really important to know, once youre ahead, its not the enemies game to win anymore, its yours to lose, and its usually mistakes that allow them to come back into the game so, lets switch gears and look at a game where i actually fell behind quite hard early, but managed to bring it back. In this one im playing lillia into khazix I start off with an invade, not expecting 2 people to be stacked in the bush. In higher elos people usually stand on the ramp to jungle entrance and in top bush, so it caught me off guard and i greeded my flash to die. I did blow khazixs flash so im going to look to try and punish it After my first two camps and expecting khazix to be slow on his clear, i invade for his
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blue with my sweeper and watch both lanes to see if i have prio. Unfortunately, even though my lanes can move and we'd definitely beat a khazix with no flash or e, they dont and the ensuing fight goes pretty poorly for us I try to outplay samira by smiting my krug for hp but i lose vision and well its just not very good. I walk into the khazix in top river as im distracted by the close top fight and i get pushed out of my jungle. Khazix now has the chance to take my top side and i think its safe to say that he has a massive lead over me at this point. So how does he throw it? what should he be looking to do from this point onwards? Khazix needs to force interactions between us. Right now hes much stronger than me and essentially wants to make sure that we dont trade kills across the map, but instead he involves himself in every play that I can do so he can shut it down and make sure i dont have an avenue back in to the game Recall the udyr vs olaf game we just looked at where i essentially put myself in olafs face the entire early game and didnt let him get anything for free.
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What were about to look at is a much different story, and its something that a lot of junglers mess up a ton, that allows completely lost games to be won. In challenger, i would never win a game with this kind of start Knowing that i have to go to botside now, khazix should look to reset and go bottom, not only to protect his bot camps and maybe contest bottom crab, but also potentially counter my gank on bot or invade me. While he does pressure top and comes in to take my wolves, he spents an absolute eternity and lets me do things like ganking bot, taking away his jungle, farming my own camps, that he couldve completely shut me down on. 4 minutes have already gone by that we dont interact once, and while he does get successful ganks off, but i do too, and when you have a lead, going even is really just losing it. He gets to take away my gromp and wolves again, but i just avoid him and make plays happen on the other side of the map like taking dragon and invading for his blue by the time we actually fight again im actually quite strong and we win a 2v2 fight in mid
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Think about how impactful a 1000 gold lead may look in the early game, but if that lead doesnt grow at all, by 20 or 30 minutes it just means less and less, and you allow the other person to catch up in terms of total gold. Thats exactly what happens in this game though, because he didnt manage to shut me down, our bot lane is very far ahead and im still extremely relevant, so us winning teamfights is pretty easy, and we have a dragon soul win condition set up if we need it because he let me play on botside for free. When youre ahead, dont look to trade things, make the enemies life a living hell and constantly contest them for everything they want to do. Time you dont spend pressuring them is time youre throwing your lead, so its really important that you practice this kind of play so you can avoid games like this from happening. It may seem small, but these early game decisions where he split the map allowed me to go even and stall to a point where i became relevant again. Just getting kills and camps for yourself doesnt necessarily mean that youre winning, even if you are getting gold. so in future games, try to think a little bit more about when you can force interactions when
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the enemy is behind, and really shut them down. Thanks for watching and let us know what kind of content youd like to see in the future. We'll see you next time, and good luck in your solo queue climb.

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