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Dotabuff Fantasy Guide: Main Event Day 1 – DOTABUFF

The first couple of days of TI10 main event fantasy are going to be quite easy. There are no potential repeating teams, and we don’t need to guess whether a team needs to play extra matches.

Moreover, only two best games in Bo3 count for fantasy, so we don’t even need to guess a particularly close series either. Using averages, therefore, is possibly the best course of action.

EmoEmo is so ahead of the pack it is unfair. On average, he scores almost ~20% higher than NishaNisha, who is your second best option.

One could argue that Invictus Gaming vs. Team Spirit could be a one-sided, quick stomp, but don’t forget that Team Spirit took games off PSG.LGD and Vici Gaming back in June, during the Animajor. They won’t go down without a fight and their phenomenal group stage comeback is a proof of that.

SumaiLSumaiL is an obvious choice. Fourth best-performing fantasy player and an exceptionally even matchup leave us absolutely no other options for core slot number one.

For our second pick we are going to go with flyflyflyfly. There is a 0.01 difference in fantasy average between him and YatoroYatoro, but we feel like iG is a stronger contender, though we were really wrong before and might be wrong again.

You can, technically, go with MATUMBAMANMATUMBAMAN, but placing two opposing carries feels counterintuitive.

We took a gamble a couple of times, but we won’t keep on making the same mistake. You see YapzOrYapzOr, you pick YapzOrYapzOr, no questions asked.

Second pick is a bit trickier, but kakakaka is sufficiently ahead of SaksaSaksa to make him a better pick, regardless of matchups.

The next best support is MiposhkaMiposhka, who on average earns ~20% less than YapzOr.

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