Choi Woo-bum “The aftermath of the 2nd set loss continued to the 3rd set”

Brion coach Choi Woo-beom cited a waste of an early turn as a 2-set loss against Liv Sandbox.

Brion lost 1-2 to Liv Sanbak in the 2nd week of the 2023 ‘LoL Champions Korea (LCK)’ spring season regular league held at the LCK Arena in Jongno-gu, Seoul on the 28th. After suffering their first loss of the season to Gen.G earlier, they recorded two consecutive losses (+0) after two consecutive wins, dropping one notch to 7th place.

Coach Choi, who visited the press room after the game, regretted his second set come-from-behind loss the most. He said, “The first and second sets went as we had prepared. I actually prepared for the 3rd set, but the opponent twisted (the composition) well.” “Actually, today’s game came with the idea of ​​5-5. In fact, it even went as far as the 3rd set,” he added.

Regarding the reverse defeat in the second set, Choi said, “Even though it was an advantageous fight from the first messenger engagement, the blink check did not work properly. We definitely had our own turn, but it’s unfortunate that we couldn’t save it even though there were many advantageous turns.” “If we saved that turn, we could use what happened to Gen.G against our opponent. It was a feedback part… He expressed regret again.

On this day, Brion came up with a ban-pick strategy centered on the mid-mage match-up. Coach Choi said, “I thought there was a chance of winning if we had a mid-mage matchup. In fact, when I looked at the 1st and 2nd sets, it was like that,” he said.

Also, at the beginning of the 3rd set, when the players reached level 6, he recalled that it was fatal that Park Jeung-hwan (Barus)’s ultimate skill, ‘Chain of Corruption’, had fallen in vain. Director Choi said, “I couldn’t take the lead because Barus’ ultimate was missing. We lost the game in vain because there was no turn for us to play.” 안전놀이터

Finally, coach Choi said, “In fact, after losing the second set, I felt the atmosphere of fighting and the mental shaking of the players. It’s a pity,” he said. “Even if you lose two sets, one set remains. But he felt drained of energy. I hope (players) don’t do that,” he ordered. He said, “(Mental management) is also what the director has to do. He will go back to his dorm and tell the players for sure.”

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