Chessie
Rasmus Blomdin 
Sweden
compLexity Gaming
Returns to coL after break
September 6, 2017
In an announcement on compLexity's website, the team revealed that Chessie will be returning t alongside his brother, Limmp.
ANALYSIS
Chessie was a former Heroes of Newerth star, much like teammates swindlezz and zfreek , who made a successful transition to Dota 2. He recently took a break from the game due to health issues and was briefly part of ppd's team, WanteD. He returns to compLexity after previously playing with them late in 2016.
Not so hot the second time around
February 7, 2017
Chessie finished WanteD's 2-0 defeat at the hands of Digital Chaos during the Dota Asia Championships North American Qualifier with a final KDA of 10/8/12.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1, Chessie played Lifestealer in the safe lane, with his support duo nearby in the jungle. WanteD's draft had very little synergy so, despite his excellent farm, Chessie was easily kited about with few reliable stuns to aid him. In Game 2, Chessie played Phantom Lancer. Despite being aided by Jeyo's Omniknight in lane, Chessie just was not quick enough compared to Resolut1on's Terrorblade. With few lockdown abilities and an enemy Bounty Hunter to make their initiations difficult, Chessie and crew were toppled and sent tumbling out of the tournament.
Lone bright spot against former squad
February 6, 2017
Chessie finished WanteD's 2-0 defeat at the hands of compLexity Gaming during the Dota Asia Championship North American Qualifiers with a final KDA of 20/5/11.
ANALYSIS
Chessie may not have gotten PPD's memo about WanteD being a team focused on fun over results. After their big win over Digital Chaos, Chessie appeared to be the only one who had kept his competitive edge. Playing Lone Druid in both games, Chessie greatly benefitted from PPD's sixth-man playstyle. Chessie opted both times to mostly neglect his Bear and instead focus on building a swift and high DPS Druid. With Boris a little worse for wear, QO being focused down and the supports being eviscerated if coL looked at them the wrong way, Chessie couldn't do it all by himself and WanteD fell 0-2.
Returns from his time as a full-time streamer with impressive win
February 3, 2017
Chessie looked good in his return to the professional stage. He finished with a 29/8/41 overall KDA in WanteD's 2-1 win over Digital Chaos in the DAC 2017 regional qualifiers.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1 Chessie played Weaver in the Radiant off lane. Chessie had a very underwhelming game. He did alright in lane, but his single-target burst wasn't enough to deal with DC's main threat, w33's Meepo. Chessie finished with a 4/3/16 KDA. In Game 2 Chessie played Luna, starting in the Dire off lane. This was a much more impressive performance compared to Game 1. Chessie got off to a nice start and was able to keep his momentum rolling into a win for WanteD. Chessie finished with an 18/5/17 KDA, absolutely dominating fights with his area-of-effect damage. In Game 3 Chessie played Luna again. Chessie delivered another excellent performance on Luna, this time finishing the game without giving up a single death. Chessie finished the final game of the series with a 7/0/8 KDA, closing out an impressive upset win for the new team.
Chessie steps down from the compLexity roster
August 30, 2016
In a press release on their website, compLexity confirmed that Chessie will no longer be playing competitive with the team.
ANALYSIS
Chessie will still remain under the compLexity banner as a streamer, but will no longer compete with the main squad. compLexity stated his reasons for stepping down as health related. Chessie has previously had to take a break for health reasons after playing briefly with Alliance.
Abysmal play leads to tournament-ending 0-2 defeat
August 3, 2016
Chessie was completely unable to get anything going against Execration. Having absolutely terrible performances both games, he was a leading factor in compLexity's elimination. He ended the series with a 1/18/6 KDA.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1, Chessie brought Nature's Prophet to the bottom off lane. Things started poorly with him giving first blood, and only got worse. He racked up five deaths before the 10-minute mark and was contributing very little, if anything to his team. With a 1/11/5 KDA, he only had 5,300 hero damage. He was third on the team, only beating Handsken's Io by 300. Hoping to brush off that performance, Chessie played Ember Spirit in Game 2. Despite being thought of as a Meepo counter, Ember Spirit falls flat when he gets run over in the mid game. Playing in the top safe lane, he did have a better start. He didn't give up first blood, and his first death came in at 13 minutes, but he never managed to get a single kill. He finished Game 2 with a 0/7/1 KDA and lower net worth than Execration's support Silencer. On top of already having a terrible KDA, he also had the lowest hero damage on the team. It is unfortunate to see someone get stomped so hard, but compLexity should have banned Meepo in every game like EHOME did. Chessie will have a lot to think about, but hey, at least he will get to watch the rest of The International 6.
Couldn't see the series through to the end and drops to the lower brackets
August 2, 2016
Chessie started out strong, but completely flopped in compLexity's 1-2 loss to Escape Gaming in The International 6 wild cards. He finished with a 22/14/21 overall KDA.
ANALYSIS
Chessie started off the series on Slark in the Dire top safe lane. He had a pretty good lane, letting him transition effectively into the mid game with a Shadow Blade. When Chessie did give up a death, it required massive commitment from Escape. Fortunately for Chessie, Escape were almost never able to lock him down long enough. He finished with an impressive 11/2/11 KDA. In Game 2, Chessie played Sven in the Dire safe lane. Even against an aggressive triple lane, he managed to do a good job in lane. Although he did a nice job getting farm, he ran into the problem of getting kited in the mid game. Against Lone Druid, Mirana, Nyx Assassin, Juggernaut and Dazzle, it's almost impossible for Sven to hit a target long enough to bring him down. Chessie finished with a 4/7/6 KDA. compLexity lost Game 2. In Game 3, Chessie played Weaver in the off lane. Although they did find some reasonable success in lane, Chessie and Handsken weren't able to translate that success into a lead. Chessie found himself desperately trying to salvage kills from lost fights, but it wasn't enough. He did the most damage on his team with 10,600 and finished with a 7/5/4 KDA. compLexity lost Game 3.
compLexity starts off with a loss after a rough performance vs Team Secret
July 22, 2016
Chessie looked weak in compLexity's 0-2 loss to Team Secret at the Starladder iLeague Season 2 finals. He finished with an 8/8/10 KDA.
ANALYSIS
Chessie started off compLexity's Starladder run with a Slark game. He took it to the radiant off lane, both teams dodging the other's aggressive lane. He got a lot of farm early, and opted to go for a Shadow Blade as his first item. Even though he got off to a nice start, Chessie took a few careless fights that crippled his item progression. Without a major stat item, Chessie didn't have the health to fight against Secret's mid-game onslaught. He finished with a 4/3/4 KDA. compLexity lost Game 1. In Game 2, Chessie played Weaver in the radiant bottom safe lane. Chessie had a rough time early, falling behind in last hits even against an empty lane. When Bubla's Tidehunter left the jungle at level four, Chessie's lane got even tougher. Thankfully for Chessie, Limmp was having a nice game on Huskar, and Chessie found the space to catch up. Unfortunately, Chessie catching up meant Secret got time to get more ahead. Even with all his mobility, there wasn't much Chessie could do in fights vs a Morphling. He finished with a 4/5/6 KDA. compLexity lost Game 2.
Played his heart out in a tough loss
July 2, 2016
Chessie fought hard as compLexity Gaming fell 3-2 to Digital Chaos in the grand finals of The International 6 American qualifiers. Chessie finished with a 31/20/55 KDA and destroyed twelve towers, four barracks and three Roshans in the series.
ANALYSIS
After dropping the first two games due to the fact that compLexity could not handle the aggression of Digital Chaos, Chessie led the charge for compLexity to get back into this series. Facing a 0-2 deficit with a spot in The International on the line, Chessie played his heart out to save compLexity. In Games 3 and 4, he combined for an insane 19/10/34 KDA and destroyed 10 towers, four barracks and two Roshans. He put the team on his back as they won two straight to force a decisive Game 5. The final game was all about the dominant play shown by Digital Chaos as the threat of being eliminated finally motivated them to close out the series. A great showing by Chessie and a solid run by compLexity as they show that they are a threat in the Americas region. compLexity will still be traveling to Seattle to compete for the final wild card spot at the main event.
Chessie: Disappointing in compLexity's elimination series at ESL Frankfurt
June 18, 2016
Chessie came up short in compLexity's 0-2 loss to Na'Vi at ESL One Frankfurt 2016. He finished the series with an overall KDA of 10/8/12. compLexity is eliminated from ESL One Frankfurt.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1, Chessie played Lifestealer in the Radiant bottom safe lane. Chessie had an excellent lane thanks to support from Zfreek's Crystal Maiden. Together they were able to easily zone GeneRal away from experience. Unfortunately, two deaths set Chessie very far back in the early game. Chessie's disadvantage was compounded by Na'Vi having excellent heroes to deal with him in Beastmaster and Vengeful Spirit. If compLexity could deal with those two, Chessie was actually able to deal a lot of damage in fights with Rage. Unfortunately for compLexity, Chessie wasn't able to evade Na'Vi's lockdown in the late game, and, as such, found himself dying too often too late. Chessie finished Game 1 with an 8/5/8 KDA. compLexity lost Game 1. In Game 2, Chessie played Faceless Void in the Dire top safe lane. He had a nice early lane, getting a lot of easy last hits against GeneRal's Beastmaster. Unfortunately for compLexity, even Chronosphere wasn't enough for them to take fights. Chessie quickly found himself both unable to start fights and unable to deal the damage to finish them. He never progressed beyond his first item Echo Sabre, making him extremely fragile in fights. The burst from Na'Vi was too much for even Time Walk to mitigate. Chessie finished Game 2 with a 2/3/4 KDA. compLexity lost Game 2.
Chessie: Fails to deliver in compLexity's loss to OG at ESL One Frankfurt
June 17, 2016
Chessie played two bad games in compLexity's 0-2 loss to OG at ESL One Frankfurt. He finished the series with an overall KDA of 5/15/30. compLexity moves on to face the winner of Na'Vi vs Virtus.Pro.
ANALYSIS
Chessie played Lycan in the Radiant bottom safe lane in the opening game of this series. Chessie had a rough early game, with two early deaths setting him back very far. He was never able to truly catch up, remaining behind OG for the entire game. In fights, he was almost helpless against the damage of Miracle's Juggernaut and OG's lockdown. In the time it took him to Shapeshift late game, Miracle could deal almost all his health in damage. Chessie finished Game 1 with a bad 4/11/18 KDA. compLexity lost Game 1. Chessie played Lifestealer in the Dire top safe lane in Game 2. Chessie had an alright lane, getting good early gold and experience for himself. Unfortunately for compLexity, he didn't transition well into the mid game. Even with his disadvantage from the lane, Chessie was able to recover very well by fighting with his team. His use of Infest was excellent, narrowly avoiding death several times. His excellent recovery still left him too far behind to seal the game. In mid and late game fights, he was quickly brought down by N0tail's Terrorblade and Miracle's Invoker. Even when he was able to successfully Infest away, his team was still losing fights convincingly. Chessie finished Game 2 with a 1/4/12 KDA. compLexity lost Game 2.
Chessie: Excellent in a compLexity win over Virtus.Pro at ESL One Frankfurt
June 17, 2016
Chessie played an impressive series in compLexity's 2-1 win over Virtus.Pro in the ESL One Frankfurt 2016 group stage. He finished with an overall KDA of 31/11/37.
ANALYSIS
In Game 1, Chessie played Lycan in the Dire top safe lane. Chessie got off a great start, getting both first blood and one of the minute zero bounty runes for himself. Additionally, KheZu abandoned the off lane to start in the jungle and gave Chessie a free lane. In fights, Chessie was able to run around attacking whoever he wanted thanks to Timbersaw and Doom creating space and tanking disables for him. Chessie finished Game 1 with an impressive 7/1/12 KDA. compLexity won Game 1. In Game 2, Chessie played Ursa in the Dire top safe lane. He had a difficult early game against Virtus.Pro's Faceless Void/Witch Doctor aggressive dual lane. Chessie gave up an early death, and found his early gold and experience heavily slowed down. Chessie managed to come back extremely quick, getting a huge amount of kills in mid game fights. The massive amount of healing on his team let him play even more aggressive than Ursa normally would. During teamfights, he was able to blink onto Virtus.Pro's supports and instantly bring them down. Even with his excellent mid game, Chessie wasn't able to get enough of a lead to secure the late game for his team. He finished Game 2 with a 16/8/10 KDA. compLexity lost Game 2. In Game 3, Chessie played Lifestealer in the Dire top safe lane. He got off to a fantastic start thanks to Virtus.Pro's decision to start their Axe in the jungle. Chessie was again able to freely farm his lane, getting fantastic gold and experience. In the mid game, he Infested into Slardar, giving compLexity a huge advantage in both team fights and finding picks around the map. Chessie dominated fights throughout the entire game. With no worries about being kited around thanks to Slardar delivering him into the middle of fights, Chessie tore apart Virtus.Pro's back line of heroes. Chessie finished Game 3 with an 8/2/15 KDA. compLexity won Game 3.
Chessie: Mediocre in loss to Team Liquid
June 9, 2016
Chessie was decidedly average in compLexity's 0-2 loss to Team Liquid in a bottom bracket elimination match at The Manila Major. He would finish with a 7/8/11 KDA and five tower kills for the match.
ANALYSIS
Chessie played Juggernaut mostly in the top safe lane. Knowing that MATUMBAMAN's Lifestealer was going to be a force, Chessie went after him as best he could getting two kills against the raging hero, taking on two deaths himself. Chessie would have the only multi kill streak for the compLexity side with a 3x and did 14,813 in hero damage in the process. A good job with farming, Chessie was often in the top four in GPM and XPM which allowed him to level and attempt to stand his ground. Unfortunately for him, the rest of his team couldn't keep up and compLexity would drop the first game 13-26. Game 2 would be more of the same in terms of score with compLexity dropping the game by a 10-22 score, but Chessie did his best to try and stave off elimination. Finishing with a KDA of 2/3/6 may seem very bad when looked at as raw numbers, but Chessie put up a good fight from the bottom lane. Again, it wasn't enough as compLexity would drop the game match, thus being eliminated from The Manila Major.
Chessie: Staves off elimination with win over Wings Gaming
June 7, 2016
Chessie was a solid supporter in compLexity's 1-0 win over Wings Gaming in the bottom bracket of The Manila Major playoffs. He finished with a KDA of 3/2/11 and took out four towers and two barracks.
ANALYSIS
Playing Lone Druid in the bottom safe lane, Chessie would level quickly, being in the top-four in both GPM and XPM. He had maxed out his Spirit Bear by level seven and used the bear to effectively attack objectives. In conjunction to leveling quickly to max out his Spirit Bear, Chessie used his fast gold earnings to purchase Radiance which made him a late-game force during teamfights. In the last two teamfights of the game, Chessie did 4,116 of the 9,817 total in hero damage he did in the game and gained three levels from the experience. According to every benchmark, Chessie was at or above average when playing Lone Druid. With the 17-14 win, compLexity will take on Team Liquid in round two of the bottom bracket.
Chessie: Dominated by NewBee in compLexity's 0-2 loss in Group A at The Manila Major
June 4, 2016
Chessie was outclassed and outmatched as compLexity was dominated by NewBee 0-2 in their Group A match at The Manila Major on Thursday. He finished with a KDA of 3/9/3
ANALYSIS
Chessie played Slark in the middle lane and was a fish out of water. He was bullied, pushed and dominated in lane which is reflected in his 0/5/0 KDA -- an absolutely unheard of KDA playing the likes of Slark. compLexity lost 2-28 in one of the worst beatings they have taken this year. Game 2 wasn't much better as Chessie played the Phantom Assassin in the bottom safe lane. He would end up leading the team in kills with three, but he once again couldn't stay alive, ending with a 3/4/3 KDA. He did the most damage to NewBee heroes with 9,238 and did get the last hit on a tower. However, the rest of his team was beaten repeatedly as compLexity would drop the second game 6-17 and the match. compLexity will take on Empire in their next match with the loser starting in the bottom of the playoff bracket.