Ryu "Keria" Min-seok reflects on T1's dominant win in LCK Spring Split
T1 secured an easy 2-0 win over Dplus KIA in their most recent LCK Spring Split match on Thursday.
Picking Thresh in the Support role, Ryu "Keria" Min-seok dominated Summoner’s Rift, earning himself the Player of the Game accolade and securing himself 1200 POG points, enough to be in pole position for the Player of the Split.
"We were able to go ahead in both games 1 and 2 because we had better game plans," the South Korean told invennglobal.com.
"We snowballed well that way in game 1, but laning in game 2 was difficult since DK’s bot duo is really good. We were able to win because the top side did well.
"I picked [Thresh] him today because it seemed like the perfect angle. I can't go into details too much since we still have to play in the playoffs. Formerly, Thresh was used to protect the ADC and make plays in the early-mid game, but now that his cooldowns were reduced, he became a champ that's good from the beginning to the end."
The result saw T1 secure top spot in the rankings after the regular season with a superlative 16-1 record.
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