250 CS at 20 MINUTES!? How YOU can FARM like the GOD CHOVY - League of Legends

250 CS at 20 MINUTES!? How YOU can FARM like the GOD CHOVY - League of Legends

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chovy is without a doubt the king of farming in all of league of legends time and time again he's out farming every single player he goes up against regardless of what he's playing or what matchup he's in absurd number is like 250 cs at 20 minutes are commonplace for him in competitive play and a big reason why he's regarded as one of if not the best mid laners in the world of course we don't play in the lck but that doesn't mean that we can't learn from chovi since he gets
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insane cs numbers regularly even in solo queue where a ton of randomness can and does occur this won't be a guide about being an afk farmer who never fights or helps his team chovey's goal in solo queue is to limit test and he definitely runs it down a lot during his games and yet he can have five deaths and he'll have more cs than everyone in the game he's in no way afk in a side lane the whole game doing nothing he's constantly either grouping with his team or looking for fights while easily maintaining 10 cs per
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minute there's no way we can teach you how to be this good at league of legends but we can share some of the easy tips to apply that chobi utilizes all the time in order to get your cs numbers up significantly so let's get into it first though here's our question of the day what's your most hated meta champion mine is definitely kiana ever since that one trick demolished faker in a solo queue game i've seen her so much more than before there's nothing more frustrating than getting rooted into wall stunned into an execute that one shots you from 100
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hp feels like every little mistake is a death sentence against this champ but what do you guys hate playing against what nerfs are you hoping for let us know in the comments below as we find it very interesting to know what everyone hates playing against in their games anyway moving on when it comes to csing the first thing to talk about is just scoring last hits unfortunately this is something you have to practice for yourself each champion is unique with their auto animations attack speeds spell damage etc it's on you to learn
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how to farm as efficiently as possible on each unique character that you play in every matchup you go up against this is not easy and part of the reason why chovi is so successful that being said there are some tips that we can cover that chovi always applies which can help you come out with a bit more cs during the lane regardless of what you're playing or your mastery on that champion first up is something very basic but if you're not doing it you'll immediately increase how many last hits you score when possible you should simply try to kill the enemy caster minions
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before all the enemy melee minions die choppy does this quite frequently as any good mid laner should by killing the caster minions first you guarantee that you're going to get the last hits on all of them since your own minions are still hitting the enemy melees it's not something that you should do all the time but if you're not under pressure in any way then we suggest doing so secondly chovi loves playing incredibly aggressive in lane now most professional players do this since solo queue is generally just a mode where they can limit test but there is a neat advantage when it
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comes to cssing by playing very far up in the lane if your plane vary in your opponent's face near their tower then the advantage that you gain is that you can begin killing the wave before it ever collides with your own just like the caster killing tip it basically guarantees that you score every cs in the wave since it will either only briefly touch your own wave or not get touched by it at all this is just a really simple way of making sure that you don't miss any minions since yours will never be in range to take them of course there is also obviously a
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downside to doing this by playing so aggressively you're prone to getting ganked right absolutely but as we said that's a risk chovi is willing to take a lot of the time he generally feels very comfortable out playing and evading ganks but even he's not perfect sometimes he makes mistakes and gets caught out that being said dying while you play aggressively is actually not that bad when it comes to keeping your farm up we've touched on this before when talking about players like caps but notice that while he died
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jovi only missed a single wave to his tower as he spawned he managed to get back in time to catch the next one by playing as aggressively as this you'll never miss big chunks of minions even when you do mess up and die despite that misplay chovi is still miles ahead of anyone in cs since he's scoring every single last hit possible as a quick reminder if you want to improve fast and get the rank you've always wanted then check out our hyper improvement system at skillcap.com we have professional courses by top
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you cs a bit more during the early lane but when it comes to getting 10 cs per minute your actions during the mid and late game matter a bit more than during the early laning phase one of the immediate things that you want to do which many of us know to do is simply to take your own jungler's camps whenever possible of course jovi will have an inherent advantage over you when it comes to this he's chovi imagine flaming chovi any jungler who says anything to him is going to get flamed back by the rest of his team imagine taking both the blue buff and
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gromp in front of your jungler's face as they're pathing towards the area spam pinging will most definitely ensue a lot of the time if you're to try this so that's definitely not how you take jungle camps from your jungler most of the time you should just look for opportunities where your jungler is on the other side of the map making a play and not pathing toward one of the camps near you for example if you see your jungler committing to a brush play in bottom then they 100 don't care if you move on over to take their raptors they'll be up again by the time that they get there anyway it's very easy to
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find windows of opportunity to do this in this particular game as chovie chases for a kill his jungler isn't alive yet from the previous fight it's fine to take every little camp you can find when your jungler isn't going to get them anyway it's very unlikely that you get flamed doing it this way unless your jungler is already tilted which in that case they were gonna flame anyway okay everything up until now is a basic of accelerating your farm but there's some less obvious strategies that you'll want to incorporate into your macro to farm like chovi let's introduce this
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following concept as a question imagine that there's two available plays for you to make on the map in bot lane your irelia is being shoved in by a jax whom you could rotate over to kill you also happen to see that the enemy jungler seems to be power farming they'll likely be making their way over to the red side jungle soon you could potentially set up in a brush and kill them as they walk in if the likelihood that both of these plays will work is around the same then which one would you choose okay so what chovy tries to do very often is make choices where his
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aggressive plays are going to lead him to secure more sources of farm we believe that the jungle play might be a little better in terms of getting you more cs if you set up here and kill the enemy jungler then afterwards you're free to take their entire jungle for yourself since you'll have direct access to it by being in the area already if you were to go bottom to kill jax then you'll encounter an annoying problem the irelia is likely going to want to keep pushing bottom as the split pusher she definitely might get upset if you stick around
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and try to take waves let's show you what we mean in a real game during this tristana match chovi was finishing pushing out his wave when he notices a skirmish going on in top he makes his way there taking the honey fruit on his path to restore some resources he manages to get up there and clean up a kill in return for his senna's life now the point is that even if senna lived covey would have priority for this farm since he'd likely easily steal all of it from senna as she's so terrible at last hitting regardless of what happened here there was an incoming
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source of farm for him to acquire therefore he's both being proactive on the map while maintaining his cs we see a similar situation a couple of minutes later renekton is playing very aggressively in bottom so chovy rotates over to kill him remember our example from before in this case it would have been fine for chovy even if senna lived she's going to go toward middle anyway as tristana is obviously the champion who should stay down here split pushing regardless of the outcome jovi's rotation allowed him to both make a play
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and acquire a new source of farm he picked up countless waves in bottom and the enemy tower since he knew killing the enemy sidelaner would give him precious time to farm alone down here alright our final tip for this guide is something chovi is incredibly consistent with he will almost always push out his side waves before joining his team whenever possible this isn't a new concept but perhaps a different way of looking at the situation the problem a lot of people face is that they don't trust their teammates enough to not run it down
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while they push out a wave it creates what we could call the solo queue tax if you're always responding to every little thing going on and not trusting your team to fend for themselves you're going to fall more and more behind ncs sometimes it's best to avoid paying your taxes in league of legends most of the time chovi treats solo queue as if he has a competitive team if he's able to he will push out the sideway before rotating over to join a fight now you may say he can do this because he's in korean challenge or solo queue
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people are really smart there i can't do that in my elo but no no they're not they're just as blind and dumb as your teammates most of the time look as trovi is finishing pushing out the wave his own teammates are dying defending a tower that wasn't defendable in mid he finally teleports in and thankfully his gnar lands a massive ultimate to turn the fight chovi scores some kills and manages to get some value out of his teleport we chose this example to highlight something critical to the way that you view the game as chovi is pushing down here
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we're not telling you that letting you risk your team losing the game is worth pushing a single wave if the enemy team is forcing baron randomly then don't just sit bottom you should be rotating over immediately the better mindset is that it's actually your opponent's risk to a-ram it in mid think about what the enemy team is actually pressuring in this case they're just grouping to share a goal between five people in mid for a single tower yes thirty percent of the time their risk pays off and your own team runs straight into them but seventy percent of the time their
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gamble is really stupid and ineffective that 70 percent chance that they don't score kills is really really bad for the enemy team let's keep watching and see what chobi does to get an idea why after the fight he manages to pick up a scion kill and if you look at the mini-map it's easy to tell that the top wave is slow pushing away from his team that's bad so he goes and fixes it since he knows where the rest of the enemy team is so his health pool isn't a risk at the moment very briefly if you're not aware what we mean by fixing waves is simply
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pushing it into your opponent's tower that usually creates a bounce back slow push toward your side of the map which earns more overall farm for you in the long run his commitment to fixing waves over the randomness of solo queue is why he's so consistent at farming look at what he's set up here both the bot and top lane waves are pushing into his team that's less farm for the enemy team and more for him and his teammates to pick up that's why it's not worth the risk for the enemy team in 70 percent of cases they're falling
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drastically behind for a gamble that isn't worth taking and chovi exploits this to the max let's be real here this guide won't get you remotely close to being at chovi's level he's maintaining 10 cs per minute and scoring multiple kills against the best players in the world consistently that being said he does this by refining these simple fundamentals to the max practice makes perfect and if you ever want to be as good as that then this guide is a great place to start and remember if you want to improve fast in general and get the rank
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that you've always wanted then check out skillcap.com link in the description below we here at schoolcaps want to thank you for watching and we'll catch you in the next one

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