Optimal stack on DK is 3-3, not opposed to 2-2-2 builds
stack on FD is 3-2-1
referred to DraftKings
Target #1: FURIA (-700)
concern about FURIA is that they win too quickly. Nonetheless, they are the
best stack on the CS:GO slate and in a great spot versus Chaos. FURIA outpaces
their opponent in map win percentages across the board, have a better core,
better individual talent, and should win with ease. Lock and load with extreme
Top Stack: KSCERATO
($9,000), yuurih ($8,200), HEN1 ($7,400)
Target #2: Complexity (-163)
Back to back
days of nailing the Cmplexity pick as underdogs, they come in to this CS:GO
slate as favorites over BIG. We don’t get the luxury of stacking them at cheap
prices anymore given their production over the last two slates, but they are an
elite target, nonetheless. While all 4 of the Complexity core are viable, poizon
is a great play to pair with blameF and k0nfig to save some money.
Top Stack: blameF
($8,000), k0nfig ($8,800), poizon ($6,200), oBo ($7,200)
Target #3: MAD Lions (+137)
If you’ve been keeping up with the recent content, you’ll notice that we’ve been picking on mousesports and exploiting some underdog stacks that have worked out tremendously. This one is a little more concerning given the recent play of MAD, but I’ll take them because of their map dominance on Inferno, Overpass, and Mirage. MAD posts 100%, 100%, and 75% win rates on these three maps while mousesports posts 20%, 0%, and 40% win rates, respectively. MAD even holds up well with a relatively same winning percentage on mousesports’ best map, Dust2 (71.4% vs 70%). Based on both teams’ awful play as of late and mousesports’ individual talent, I’m not opposed to hedging this one with the hedge stack listed below, but I lean MAD over mousesports.
Top Stack: Bubzkji
($7,600), sjuush ($8,400), acor ($6,800) or roeJ ($6,000)
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