Anucha Jirawong 
Made important space for his big cores
August 20, 2018
Jabz wasn't his usual explosive self but Mineski still picked up the win against TNC. The Thai support finished with a KDA of 4/11/9.
Jabz went with the meta popular Dark Willow in the sudden death game. He struggled early on as he tried to match TNC's trilane with Iceiceice. It took him awhile to finally impact the game but with Mineski falling behind hard his Terrorizes were very key in their disengages. Jabz even got a solo kill against Kuku's Silencer in the late game for all of his stolen intelligence in the game.
Never got going against LGD
August 18, 2018
Jabz was firing blanks against PSG.LGD in The International 2018. The support finished with a KDA of 4/22/23.
Jabz went with Dark Willow in Game 1 of the series. Unfortunately, Jabz was underwhelming in the early game as Mineski's lanes just went terribly. As the game dragged on, he found crucial Terrorize usages to help his team win some fights. In Game 2, Jabz switched it up with Silencer. He couldn't really secure Mushi's lane early on. Jabz even botched a crucial Global Silence in the mid game that proved disastrous for his team. His greedy decision to pick up a Hand of Midas was really unnecessary and was summed up by his 12 deaths.
Drops further down the standings
August 17, 2018
Jabz finished with an overall KDA of 11/10/17 in a 0-2 loss to Liquid in the group stages of The International 8.
Jabz started out Game 1 with a very strong opening on Enchantress. He secured a nice advantage for his lanes, but Mineski failed to follow through on this lead to close out the game. As the game progressed, Jabz also fell off in terms of effectiveness. He finished with a 6/6/8 KDA. In Game 2 Jabz played Earthshaker. He made a few nice plays with Echo Slam, but was otherwise pretty ineffective all game. Mineski lacked damage to follow up any disable, and Jabz wasn't able to supply it himself. He finished with a 5/4/9 KDA.
Harsh series after a nice Game 1
May 23, 2018
Jabz had a rough time, especially in the final two games of a 1-2 loss to Optic at ESL Birmingham. He finished with a 9/26/60.
In Game 1 Jabz played Nyx Assassin. He provided a huge amount of information and vision for Mineski all game, setting up for kills consistently all game. Jabz landed a large majority of his Impales as well, giving Mineski a huge edge in teamfights with such a powerful stun. He finished with a 3/6/23 KDA. In Game 2 Jabz played Clockwerk. He did find some good kills for his team, but Jabz also missed a lot of hookshots over the course of the game that would have helped Mineski a lot. Once Mineski began to fall behind, Jabz found himself dying extremely often. He finished with a 4/10/19 KDA. Jabz finished the series on Clockwerk again with a similar performance to Game 2. He made some nice moves in the early game but fell off hard trying to initiate as the game went on. He finished with a 2/10/18 KDA.
Another impressive performance
May 16, 2018
Jabz was always in the right place at the right time for Mineski in their win against TNC. The spitfire playmaker finished with a KDA of 5/8/35.
Jabz's Io in the opening game created problems for TNC from the laning stage. His three-minute Soul Ring allowed Mushi to have unlimited mana in the laning stage. His Relocates were also on point in the mid game, punishing TNC's mistakes across the map. Jabz played Clockwerk in Game 2 of the series. He never really got a lot of farm going, but his initiation was on point for the SEA-based team. Jabz was involved in 25 of his team's 35 kills in a very well-rounded performance from the Thai star.
Brutal loss to Virtus pro eliminates Mineski
May 5, 2018
Jabz played Leshrac in a rough best-of-one elimination loss to Virtus.pro at EPICENTER XL. He finished with an 8/6/13 KDA.
Jabz played well almost all game, but things began to unravel for Mineski in the later phases of the game. Jabz's damage became much less effective against Virtus.pro's magical immunity and just general survivability, and Mineski were no longer in position to be pushing towers with Diabolic Edict.
Incredible game sense
May 4, 2018
Jabz was all over the map for Mineski in their win against Secret at Epicenter XL. The support finished with a KDA of 4/5/16.
Jabz was picked Nyx Assassin to primarily counter MidOne's Ember Spirit, but Jabz managed to do so much more in the match than shut down MidOne. His vision game allowed Mineski to take only fights they wanted. He also had a knack for sensing Sentry Wards placed down by Puppey, as he rarely got killed by himself in the win.
Impressive 80% kill participation performance
May 1, 2018
Jabz was always at the right place at the right time for Mineski in their win against Team Empire in Epicenter XL. The prolific support finished with a KDA of 10/10/36.
Jabz played Nature's Prophet in both games. He was always creating problems for Empire with his Global presence. He averaged a respectable 385 gold per minute in both games and was involved in 46 of his team's 57 kills.
Outstanding Nyx Assassin performance delivers Mineski a win
April 1, 2018
Jabz finished with a 2/1/15 KDA in a win over Evil Geniuses at DAC 2018.
Jabz's movement around the map in this game was incredible, constantly finding kills for his team and managing to escape with his life. Even in chaotic fights where Nyx sometimes starts to fall off, Jabz was landing huge stuns and just making things generally easy for his teammates to come in and clean up Evil Geniuses.
Good game but not enough for Mineski support
March 5, 2018
Jabz had an excellent game but Mineski still lose against Complexity at the Bucharest Major. The Thai support player finished with a KDA of 6/4/6.
Jabz played Naga Siren in the important best-of-one. His rotations early on were very effective helping iceiceice secure his early farm. But with Mineski quickly going behind, he had the chance to buy a Radiance. Jabz went for it and got it at the 24-minute mark. He helped delay the game for Mineski with his impressive Illusion usage but it was eventually all for naught.
Dominates Empire to advance at Starladder
February 3, 2018
Jabz was excellent in Mineski's 2-1 win over Empire at the fourth Starladder Invitational. He finished with an overall KDA of 11/13/33.
In Game 1 Jabz played Naga Siren. He had a such a successful early game that he was able to finish up a Radiance by 23 minutes, a very impressive timing on a support. This made Jabz incredibly annoying, because not only was he still providing excellent vision and teamfight setup, he was now able to split push like a core. He finished with a 3/3/12 KDA. Jabz played Nyx Assassin in Game 2, but was more than dealt with by Empire. After Mineski's success with Nyx Assassin in the previous game, Empire was extremely ready with detection this time. Jabz was unable to have much effect with his initiation, constantly getting scouted out. He finished with a 2/9/8 KDA. Jabz played Witch Doctor in Game 3. His positioning was excellent this game, letting him get a lot of value from Witch Doctor's powerful spells. He finished the game with an impressive 6/1/13 KDA.
Can't seal the series after nice Game 1 win
February 2, 2018
Jabz played a great Game 1 but struggled for the rest of the series in a 1-2 loss to Newbee at the fourth Starladder Invitational. He finished with an overall KDA of 6/16/47.
In Game 1 Jabz played Naga Siren support. Outside of the obvious impact of Song of the Siren as a teamfight setup, Jabz also provided a huge amount of vision for his team. The vision advantage can often go unseen by spectators, but it's what allowed Mineski to take fights with the initiation advantage. Jabz finished with a 1/3/25 KDA. In Game 2 Jabz played Earth Spirit. He had a rough time all game. His early movements didn't yield much, and then there was just too much damage flying around in fights for him to survive long. Jabz finished with a 1/9/13 KDA. In Game 3 Jabz played Sand King. His early game went very well, securing him a 14-minute Blink Dagger. Unfortunately, this didn't translate into a win for Mineski on its own. Jabz was pretty effective, but there was just so much disengage on the Newbee side that he couldn't do much as the game went later. He finished with a 4/4/9 KDA.
Timely rotations proved vital
January 23, 2018
Jabz helped control the pace of the games in Mineski's victory over LFY in ESL One Genting. The flamboyant support finished with a KDA of 9/6/25.
Jabz kicked off the series with his signature Rubick. His rotations early on helped Mushi secure a lot of farm. He didn't allow Inflame any free reign in his lane or his jungle which really set the tempo for his team. In Game 2, his Sand King was rotating everywhere and had kills to show for it. His Burrowed Strikes were constantly hitting multiple heroes. After he got his 14 minute Blink Dagger, it was over for LFY.
Racks up a ton of assists in win
January 4, 2018
Jabz pushed his team to victory as Mineski defeated Team Secret in the Group Stages of Captain's Draft 4. Jabz finished with a 5/7/25 KDA.
Participating in 30 of Mineski's 41 kills, Jabz was making plays all over the map. The team-high 25 assists go to show that wherever Jabz was, Mineski had the upper hand on Secret. If you are wondering how to play Nyx Assassin, rewatch this game and keep an eye on Jabz.
Sacrifices KDA for win
January 4, 2018
Jabz finished with a 4/8/23 KDA, supporting his team to a win against Vici Gaming at Captain's Draft 4.
Jabz played a fantastic Earthshaker. His teamfight initiation was great, setting up Mineski to take a commanding lead in the mid game and close it out on the back of that lead. Despite leading his team in deaths, Jabz was almost always able to get off his big spells before dying.
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