TI 9’s True Sight is out. This TS isn’t as heart-pounding as the previous TI8, but it’s nice to see True Sight. Ogie is arguably the best team in Dota history. Former TI champion Liquid’s unity and spirit are satisfying even when he loses. I think all OG Liquid fans will be happy to see the two really good teams in True Sight. Translated by Little Neo and presented by Thit San Khant. OG has nothing to speak about. Let me tell you a little bit about some of the teams that are currently performing poorly with Liquid. It’s not fair to blame some after TI for bad W33, bad draft, and so on. Because you have to be a hero who can definitely perform at the most important events, and you also need to have a well-trained team in all teamwork. In this situation, it takes years of training to expand the hero pool. It needs to be synchronized automatically even when it is too hot to know what it is. You will need to rehearse a lot to add another hero to the pool. It’s no wonder that a chaotic team like Liquid and W33 is turning to TA and WR. And the W33 Hero Hero pool of others has narrowed down.
Similarly, when new teams are reorganized, the patches change only when the possessions change and the animals that you used to be rude are no longer rude and you have to find the hero again. Matu is also unrivaled in BM, LD, and Nec rough patches, which means the hero pool narrows when new heroes train in the next patch. Now that Secret is working on a new hero, patch and teamwork, the performance is good. So it’s impossible for Liquid to bring in W33 and bring TI to the finals with a brand new team. So it is commendable to have the skill and spirit to get rid of a team like LGD with the most owned hero. As a veteran Kuroki player, it would not be so difficult to pick a ban if you do not include the Hero Pool. It’s hard to think of a way to fit in with a very small hero pool and limited time team work. At the very least, anyone who has captained a small hero pool in small tournaments will know how to empathize. Good Dota players have their own talents and efforts. Trying to fit in between patches, pools, and team changes is good when you enter, but when you don’t, you fall back. I wrote my opinion with good intentions.