LCS Week 6 Day 2 Summer Split 2022 Recap

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LCS Week 6 Day 2 Summer Split 2022 Recap

If you’ve missed the games today, here is a recap of how the LCS Summer Split Week 6 Day 2 went.

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Previous Weekly Recaps

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LCS Week Two Recaps – Day One, Two

LCS Week Three Recaps – Day One, Two

LCS Week Four Recaps – Day One, Two

LCS Week Five Recaps – Day One, Two

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TSM vs Golden Guardians


LCS fans finally got their long-time wish as we saw Chime picking his namesake Bard.

GG was once again proactive in the early game as they ganked bot at minute three to get the first blood and another kill on Stixxay, but Chime managed two trade two kills back. Both teams sent five for the first Herald but after GG found a pick on Maple, TSM could not contest the objective so they answer with a dive in the top lane. With their bot lane lead, GG also got the first drake of the game. On the other side, TSM continued to target the top lane with another dive, this time they went 2-for-1 and the gold was still nearly even after everything. TSM then started the second Herald, and while the objective got stolen they won the fight with two kills after a great Chime ult and their lead was now 1.5k. Teams traded some kills mid game but neither was too close to the soul with GG leading in drakes 2-1 and TSM in gold by 3.5k at the 24th minute. TSM then found a kill on Olleh and secured themselves a Baron.

TSM sieged bot lane with their Baron, taking down an inhibitor and pushing their lead to 7.5k. Then Chime found another great engage with his ult which netted them two kills. GG decided to fight the 3v5 with the Corki package but they got aced and TSM ended the game. 

  • Teams: TSM – GG
  • Time: 27:35
  • Kills: 17 – 6
  • Turrets: 8 – 2
  • Gold: 53.6k – 44.6k
  • Dragons: 1 – 2
  • Barons: 1 – 0

Evil Geniuses vs FlyQuest


In the early game, EG had an advantage in most lanes and we had a very early first blood in the mid lane for them after a successful gank from Inspired. Combined with some cs leads, EG had plus 1k gold at the sixth minute, which led to a first drake take. FLY found their first kill in the bot lane when Danny stayed in the lane in a 1v2. They also found a 2-for-1 trade in a top side fight which gave them the first Herald. Even with tied kills at 15, lane cs leads and the first tower meant a 2k gold advantage for EG. And after another kill by Inspired, EG got their second drake of the game. During mid game, EG was the team looking for and finding plays while FLY struggled to answer which grew their lead to nearly 5k and put them on Mountain Soul point. We had a team fight in the red side jungle of FLY while EG was looking for Baron vision, but they ended up not needing it as they got aced FLY in the fight cleanly and ended the game right there and then.

  • Teams: EG – FLY
  • Time: 27:07
  • Kills: 13 – 5
  • Turrets: 8 – 1
  • Gold: 52.4k – 42.5k
  • Dragons: 3 – 1
  • Barons: 0 – 0
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Cloud9 vs Team Liquid


The match of the week started with action as C9 got the double kill and first blood with a jungle gank in the bot lane but TL answered with a solo kill from Bwipo. It was favorable for C9 who established a 1k gold lead and took the first drake, but the top pressure meant the first Herald went to TL. No tower was down when plates fell and the gold was almost even with TL getting another Herald and C9 getting another drake. TL had a big tower advantage during mid game with a 1k lead, but C9 got themselves a very early Ocean Soul point. We saw a 5v5 at the 23rd minute without any kills, but after TL members recalled C9 managed to sneak themselves a Baron. C9 also won the fight for the fourth drake 2-for-0 and took the soul. With the kills, soul and a couple of towers, C9 had a 3k lead when their buff ended.

 Around the 25th minute, the was paused due to some ping issues. We came back from the pause to a Baron take from C9, but they lost 3 members in the fight after it. The kills meant C9 couldn’t push their lead before the Elder, so they had to fight on equal grounds. We had one of the longest stand-offs around the Elder, lasting nearly 3-4 minutes. But C9 won the eventual fight 3-for-2, secured the Elder and with the Elder their third Baron of the game. Instead of siegeing multiple lanes, they used their double buffs to push top and get two nexus towers. TL engaged but C9 still had Elder and played it great, securing the fight and ending the game with a triple kill from their deathless ADC.

  • Teams: C9 – TL
  • Time: 37:51
  • Kills: 16 – 10
  • Turrets: 8 – 5
  • Gold: 73k – 62.5k
  • Dragons: 5 – 0
  • Barons: 3 – 0

100 Thieves vs Immortals


The game started with both junglers focused on their full clear. We saw some posturing during a 100T invade but there was no fight over it. With three pushing lanes, 100T started the first Herald but IMT contested it timely and stole the objective and they also took the first drake. No kills at the 12-minute mark, but 100T still had over 1k gold lead thanks to tower plates and cs leads. The first blood plus another kill came from IMT at the top side due to a good roam from IgNar. The second set of objectives was traded this time around, Herald for IMT and a drake for 100T with the gold nearly tied. Despite IMT getting their second drake, 100T had a 1.2k gold lead at the 22nd minute after finding consistent dives on Revenge. 100T were unable to take advantage of their lead as they gave up soul point to IMT after Abbedagge got picked off.

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But one favorable fight was enough for 100T as they found one pick on PoE and turned it into a full ace. They then disregarded the objective and went directly for the end.

  • Teams: 100T – IMT
  • Time: 32:13
  • Kills: 7 – 6
  • Turrets: 7 – 3
  • Gold: 56.7k – 52k
  • Dragons: 1 – 3
  • Barons: 0 – 0

Counter Logic Gaming vs Dignitas


The last game of the day had a disastrous start for Dig as they lost the level-1 all-in 2v2, first blood plus one kill over to Luger. The action continued immediately with a 1-for-1 kills trade in the CLG jungle. After all settled down, CLG had 1.2k gold lead at four minutes. But Dig struck back with a jungle gank in the bot lane, getting a 2-for-1 for themselves and they secured the first drake. There were 14 kills in the game before the tenth minute and CLG pushed their lead to over 2.5k after picking up the first Herald. Kills kept coming throughout the mid game, unfortunately for Dig though they were equal trades at best so the gold lead kept growing. CLG took the first Baron one minute after it spawned as they found three kills. Their gold lead at the 21-minute mark was over 10k.

With their lead and Baron buff, CLG had an easy siege and they took mid and bot inhibitors and the Cloud Soul point. They continued their siege after their Baron ended and got the third inhib, but they overstepped and gave away three kills to Dig with big shutdowns. Even with the little throw, CLG still had a 10k+ lead and they got a second Baron. They then pushed for the end once more, and even though the fight looked close they managed to finish the game.

  • Teams: CLG – DIG
  • Time: 29:14
  • Kills: 19 – 14
  • Turrets: 11 – 1
  • Gold: 65k – 51.7k
  • Dragons: 3 – 1
  • Barons: 2 – 0

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LCS Week 6 Day 2 Summer Split 2022 Recap
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