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Newton's Laws of Solo Queue

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Ozypandias

Senior Member

12-08-2012

1. A Team that is winning is likely to remain winning unless an unbalanced player throws the game.

2. A change in ELO is proportional to the amount of skill and luck possessed by a player.

3. For every good team there is an equal and opposite bad team.


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Garruks Champion

Senior Member

12-08-2012

Quote:
Anibal122223:


3. For every good team there is an equal and opposite bad team.


...which can usually be found on the other side of the map

4. 1 in 10 people that solo queue are trolls


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Crimson King

Senior Member

12-08-2012

5. The more you scream at your team to push, the more they will farm jungle


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Sarres

Senior Member

12-08-2012

9/10 not bad


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Rewdas

Senior Member

12-08-2012

6. Learn2Carry


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Thunice

Senior Member

12-08-2012

1: A lane that is pushing will remain pushing until met with resistances.

A lane that is staying still / frozen will remain so until it is forced to move by a gank.


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AL Penguin

Senior Member

12-08-2012

can you express that in a clear mathematical expression so us physics nerd will actually understand it?


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MTempty

Senior Member

12-08-2012

I am impressed OP. you actually put some effort into this.
For those who don't know, Inertia is the idea that if you push something on a friction less surface, it will continue until something stops it. Also one of Newton's laws. You incorporated it marvelously. 10/10. well done.


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ZakaBreezy

Senior Member

12-08-2012

Lold, well done op


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Ozypandias

Senior Member

12-08-2012

bump for education!


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