Betty
Lu Yuhung 
Taiwan
Flash Wolves
Excels in teamfights
May 16, 2018
Betty ended Flash Wolves' Monday loss to Fnatic 4/1/5.
ANALYSIS
Betty's laning on Ezreal was strong, but nothing remarkable. It was in the skirmishes and teamfights that he truly did work, though, as while his play wasn't extremely flashy, he quickly racked up kills and assists throughout the mid game. Remaining deathless until the end of the game, Betty was a huge deterrent to Fnatic engages, which is why it was so easy for them to end the game when he took his first and only death at the enemy base.
Falls just short of carrying
May 15, 2018
Betty finished Flash Wolves loss to Team Liquid with a 5/2/3 KDA as Kog'Maw.
ANALYSIS
Betty was involved in eight of nine kills, tying for the team-high kill participation. His five kills lead Flash Wolves, as he played well despite losing this game. Betty had moments that looked as if he was going to carry Flash Wolves to victory, but his early deaths in late-game teamfights took away the main threat of the team, allowing Team Liquid to dominate 5-vs-5 situations.
No chance to scale
May 14, 2018
Betty ended Monday's loss to RNG with a 1/2/2 KDA as Kog'Maw.
ANALYSIS
Betty was never afforded the opportunity to scale into a threat as RNG took control of the game from an early stage. He was involved in three of four kills, tying for the team-high in kills, assists, and kill participation. His two deaths were the lowest on the team.
Perfect amount of aggression
May 13, 2018
Betty went 6/1/8 as Flash Wolves took down Kingzone on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
With only a Tahm Kench and occasionally a Galio ultimate to protect him, Betty was more exposed than a Kog'Maw often is. However, he hardly let that scare him, positioning forward in teamfights to deal out tons of damage and clean up fights, often tearing apart the enemy backline along with his team's divers. This nearly got him killed numerous times, only to be faithfully rescued by SwordArt's Tahm Kench. Despite the aggression, he ended with only a single death in the win.
Happy to help with kills or assists
May 11, 2018
Betty ended Friday's win over EVOS with a 5/1/11 KDA as Varus.
ANALYSIS
Betty helped Flash Wolves destroy EVOS in quick fashion during their opening game of the MSI group stages. He ended the game involved in 16 of 22 kills, tying SwordArt for the second-highest kill participation on the team. His five kills were the second most on the team, while his 11 assists were the third most.
Unable to carry Flash Wolves
October 14, 2017
Betty finished FW's Saturday loss to WE with a 1/2/3 KDA as Xayah.
ANALYSIS
Betty had a decent game, but couldn't stop WE from steamrolling Flash Wolves in 26 minutes. Betty was involved in four of five kills, having the second-highest kill total and tying for the second-highest assist total. It's been a poor showing for Flash Wolves at Worlds as they'll head home after Saturday's group stage wraps up.
Spears his way to a victory
July 7, 2017
Betty posted a 7/2/4 KDA in Flash Wolves' victory over WE on Friday.
ANALYSIS
Betty was the catalyst for Flash Wolves' big victory here against WE. While he took an early death from a Condi gank, he easily bounced back to push his team to victory. All throughout the game, he was playing with extreme confidence, Flashing in and out of fights with no regard to his safety. However, his play wasn't reckless by any means, as evidenced by his only tallying a single additional death after being taken down for first blood. After helping his team secure Baron with Rend, he picked up a massive triple kill at the 36-minute mark that completely flipped the game on its head and allowed them to push for the win.
Early quadra sets up success
May 19, 2017
Betty ended FW's Day 5 win over GAM with a 8/1/8 KDA as Ashe.
ANALYSIS
Betty used a quadra kill and assist in the game's first teamfight to set himself up for an easy victory over GAM. From the 11th minute onward Flash Wolves dominated, aceing GAM in the opening moments of the game. All eight of Betty's kills and assists came in the game's teamfights as Flash Wolves had little issue dominating GAM in 5-vs-5 situations.
Good enough in win
May 16, 2017
Betty rebounded from poor start to go 3/2/4 vs. SKT on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
The good news is Betty only died twice versus the potent lane combo of Bang/Wolf, the bad news is he was 100 percent of his team's deaths. After giving up his life in lane twice and starting 0/2/0, Betty was able to eventually turn the corner and be the utility ADC his team needed. When the game ended, he was still second on his team in gold and landed multiple arrows that helped decide teamfights.
Single mistake proves costly
May 15, 2017
Betty went 5/3/6 as Flash Wolves were defeated by TSM on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Betty's Ashe was extremely solid for the majority of the game. He started out by going even in lane against the Caitlyn of WildTurtle, and immediately started landing good Enchanted Crystal Arrows in teamfights. Unfortunately, after Betty stepped out of position in the bottom lane and died to Bjergsen's Ahri, Flash Wolves lost much of their lead and were eventually unable to defeat TSM. Still, Betty had some great positioning and kiting in the game's teamfights, despite the loss.
World-class Turtle Soup chef
May 13, 2017
Betty was unstoppable versus TSM, tallying a 6/0/6 KDA in victory.
ANALYSIS
In Betty's first big international event, the FW AD carry played near the top of his ability. He went with Jhin even though the champion has fallen out of favor for many ADCs as of late. Any questions that lingered after champion select were answered rather quickly as he was able to get push early and win the farm battle versus the WildTurtle's Varus. As the game progressed, his positioning was superb and he routinely stopped TSM aggression in its tracks with well timed Curtain Calls.
Invisible in loss to G2
May 13, 2017
Betty finished Flash Wolves' lopsided loss to G2 Esports on Day 3 of the Mid-Season Invitational with a 0/1/0 KDA.
ANALYSIS
Betty chose Jhin as his champion in this game against G2, but he did nothing at all. He opened the game by getting picked off in a four-man gank from G2 in the early game. While that proved to be his only death in the game, but he did nothing else in terms of kills or assists. This problem wasn't really contained to Betty, though, as all of Flash Wolves failed to show up in this game. Still, as the carry for his team, he surely didn't live up to his role.
Carries Flash Wolves to first MSI win
May 12, 2017
Betty ended Thursday's win over Gigabyte Marines with a 7/1/9 KDA as Ezreal.
ANALYSIS
A big performance from Betty helped Flash Wolves to their first win at MSI 2017. He picked up assists taking out Stark twice and Optimus once in the mid game before dominating teamfights for Flash Wolves. All seven of his kills came in mid- and late-game teamfights, while six of his nine assists also came in 5-vs-5 situations. Betty used Ezreal's long-range spells to play safely and kite away from threats during the game, resulting in a sterling KDA.
On the defensive on an offensive team
May 11, 2017
Betty posted a 2/2/5 KDA as Varus in Flash Wolves' loss to G2 Esports on Wednesday.
ANALYSIS
Betty played the game well, but he had the same issue as Karsa: itemization. G2 built their team around Zven's Caitlyn, but Betty chose to build as if he was getting dove or dealing with drawn-out teamfights. He has a few terrible Chains of Corruption, but other than that his play was strong. If Betty opted to do even a standard Varus build, the outcome of the game likely would've been a victory for his team.
Poor skillshots lead to loss
May 10, 2017
Betty tallied a KDA of 2/3/5 when Flash Wolves lost to World Elite on the first day of competition at the Mid-Season Invitational.
ANALYSIS
Betty took Varus in this game against World Elite and had a pretty bad showing when all was said and done. He started off with a deficit in his lane, and it never got better as the game progressed. He never did much in teamfights, which put his team at a pretty big disadvantage. Even when he did jump into the teamfights around him, he managed to flub things. A perfect example was when Flash Wolves were trying to stop a Baron attempt from World Elite and he used his Chain of Corruption ultimate to try and turn the tide, but it missed and made no impact whatsoever. Moments like these were what set the teams apart in this game and led to the World Elite win.
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