Analyzing your games can be powerful in the long run. If you teach yourself to analyze games, You’ll be a real learning machine. Just spend some time each day for:
In game analyzing:
- The enemy laner you’re facing, is he good? Can you defeat him? Can you roam? Is he batting you? …
- Who’s pro this game? Who’ll carry? Should you stay with him (teammate)? Should you focus him more (enemy)?
- Who’s bad this game? Will he feed? Should you help him more (teammate)? Should you focus him more (enemy)?
Analyzing your games:
- What did I do wrong this game? How many times did I die stupidly?
- Enemy team, what did they do right/wrong?
- On what should I focus more next time?
- My teammates? Should I’ve communicated more with them? Was I harsh or supportive, or maybe too harsh or too supportive, then I should’ve been?
2) Notice and remember your repeating mistakes! Next game focus on eliminating them!
Analyzing videos on youtube or twitch.tv:
- Recognizing the teamfighting fazes!
- See what are those players doing in the laning phase? Anyone good at changing stances? Does he roam well? Ganks?
- Who is winning the warding (vision) game?
- Can you connect this tutorial to that game?