Dota 2 TI11 Fantasy predictions and tracker UPDATED REGULARLY! (October 17th)

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Oct 17

While not for everyone, Dota 2 TI11 Fantasy is a fun way to grind out a few more battle points each day with your Fantasy predictions. But often, picking the perfect Fantasy lineup can be a confusing process. That’s why we’ve made it easy with our handy Fantasy guide, complete with daily predictions and picks!

Here our our picks for players on the TI11 Fantasy, October 17th, day three:

Core – Ame (萧瑟) (PSG.LGD)

Core – Ghost (RNG)

Mid – Nothing To Say (PSG.LGD)

Support – Kaka (RNG)

Support – Misha (OG)

For cores, we’ve picked Ame and Ghost. Both players are performing very well, with RNG topping their group. Despite a slow start, PSG.LGD are back in form. They both have three games today, and against less than stellar opponents. However, they do also play each other, in what we thing could be a blood bath.

For mid, we’ve gone with Nothing To Say, for many of the same reasons as listed above. But additionally, even at the silver level, NTS has the GPM boost on his card, so it’s an easy way to score points.

The only non-RNG player we’ve picked is Misha. OG’s five position has averaged 14 assists a game this tournament. This slot could have gone to INSaNiA, but we feel better about OG’s games today. Even if Kaka wasn’t on RNG, we’d be picking him, because he currently has the most assists of not just any Support in the tournament, but any single player.

Make sure you’re playing claiming your daily win pack and grabbing cards whenever you can. In most all cases a gold card that will underperform is better than a gray card that over performs. Make sure you’re slotting at minimum silver or gold cards. Gray cards are only really useful if you don’t have any other player for the slot.

Pick players that are playing the most games, especially in the group stage. The difference between the points that a player playing three games, will make over the points a player in two games is massive. To this end, as things go to best-of-threes, it’ll be better to pick players that will be in three-game series, rather than 2-0s. Double check the schedule ahead of time.

When picking players, it’s best to pick one positions for Cores and five positions for supports. This is because in general, one positions get more kills that pos-3, and pos-5 supports get the most assists.

In some cases, you should keep an eye out for the bonuses given by the Silver and Gold versions of a card. Watch out for support with the Camps Stacked, or Cores with the GPM stat. These are super good for generating points. 

Try not to pick more than two players from the same team. This is to guard against you getting blown out of the water if they tank on the day for some reason. Finally, remember that at the end of the day, this is just luck, not an exact science! Have fun, and enjoy TI11 Fantasy!

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