Roman Fominok 
The only bright spot for OG
January 9, 2018
Resolut1on finished OG's 2-0 loss to Vici Gaming in the semi-finals of Captains Draft 4 with an average KDA of 11/5/11.
Resolut1on's Game 1 as Monkey King was solid. He was able to find some semblance of farm but ultimately was incapable of overcoming VG entirely on his own. Resolut1on played better in Game 2 as Terrorblade. However, he was again overcome due to a lack of support from his underarmed and teammates.
Battles back to victory in both games
January 6, 2018
Resolut1on played a great series in a 2-0 win against Empire at Captain's Draft 4. He finished with an overall KDA of 15/4/26.
Resolut1on had a rough start to his Arc Warden game but managed to come back thanks in large part to his teammates. After a rough time in lane, Resolut1on did a great job capitalizing on the space his teammates created for him and came back in the mid and late-game to provide the damage OG needed to lock things down. He finished with a 5/2/16 KDA. Game 2 was almost an exact repeat of Game 1 for Resolut1on, who was on Chaos Knight this time around. He had a rough start to the game, but, thanks to his teammates creating some space, was able to farm his way back into things. He came online a bit earlier this time and was able to join in a lot more fights. He finished with a 10/2/10 KDA.
Good numbers all around for OG mid
January 4, 2018
Resolut1on outclassed Limmp in the mid lane as OG rolled over compLexity in Captain's Draft 4.0. The prolific mid laner finished with a KDA of 10/1/8.
Resolut1on's Death Prophet in the only game of the series had an okay laning stage against Limmp. Despite getting ganked more often by the opposing supports, Resolut1on still found the space to farm. His 20-minute Black King Bar and Eul's Scepter allowed him to stay in the thick of the action with ease. He achieved the game-high 10 kills and also did the most tower damage for OG.
Runs over compLexity
December 18, 2017
Resolut1on finished OG's 2-1 victory over compLexity in the Wild Card Finals at The Summit 8 with an average KDA of 11/2/5.
Resolut1on kept a clean sheet in Game 1 as he put compLexity away with ease on Anti-Mage, finishing with a 14/0/4 KDA. Game 2 was a wash as OG weren't able to contend, being picked apart by compLexity's superior lineup. Resolut1on finished with a 2/5/3 KDA. In Game 3, Resolut1on was back to form on Storm Spirit, managing to hold down 4v5 fights while N0tail was split pushing. Resolut1on finished with a 16/2/8 KDA.
Very impressive in both games of a quick 2-0 win
December 16, 2017
Resolut1on played a great series in a 2-0 win against Evil Geniuses at the Summit 8. He finished with an overall KDA of 16/3/20.
In Game 1 Resolut1on played Sniper. His positioning throughout the entire game was excellent, and with a reliable frontline defending him, Resolut1on was almost untouchable all game. He was allowed to sit back and dish out damage, giving OG easy fight wins. He finished with a 10/2/13 KDA. In Game 2 Resolut1on played the rarely seen Arc Warden. He was exceptionally effective against OG's many ranged cores thanks to Magnetic Field and allowed OG to take and turn around some insane teamfights. His positioning was very good all game, only giving up a single death on a hero that needs to be ahead and farmed. He finished with a 6/1/7 KDA.
Maintains excellent Shadow Fiend play
December 8, 2017
Resolut1on dominated TNC as OG pick up the win in MDL Macau. The star mid laner finished with a KDA of 15/3/18.
He was playing his Shadow Fiend at a high level from the early moments of the game. He easily outclassed Kuku's Razor in the laning stage. He has been rushing Black King Bar recently and he does so again. The importance of the item on the vulnerable Shadow Fiend is really paying dividends for the CIS star. 15 kills and only three deaths is a highly impressive statline.
Steals the spotlight
December 8, 2017
Resolut1on was the star of the show in OG's win against LFY in MDL Macau. The mid laner finished with a KDA of 13/1/8
Resolut1on went with Shadow Fiend in the only game of the series. He easily outplayed Super in the laning stage. He knew his priorities as he rushed a 14-minute Black King Bar. This allowed him to just do whatever he wanted in teamfights. His Shadow Raze combos were also on point, as he maximized his damage output in teamfights. Dying only once proved how good his early BKB was.
So close and yet so far from securing victory
November 4, 2017
Resolut1on finished with a 9/4/6 KDA in OG's loss to Newbee in the loser's bracket at the DotaPit Minor. OG have been eliminated.
Resolut1on played Slark. He got off to a nice start but was unable to snowball his early lead into a victory. In fights, Resolut1on was constantly on the cusp of bringing down his targets. Unfortunately, his inability to finish securing kills meant Newbee got further and further ahead.
Can't carry OG despite great showing
September 27, 2017
Resolution was the only real positive for OG as they fall to Team Secret in the Starladder EU Qualifier Finals. The Ukrainian star finished with a KDA of 11/7/13.
Reso kicked off the series with the still-popular Lina. He didn't do so great against MidOne's early game and his progression greatly suffered for it. His 15-minute Bloodstone timing was still very good, but it seemed like MidOne got into his head as he was outplayed by him many times in the match, falling a total of four times. In Game 2, he went with the niche pick Alchemist in the safe lane. He nearly had a 5k gold lead on Ace's Anti-Mage coming to the mid game, but things quickly fell apart for them.
Starts a new chapter with OG
September 1, 2017
In a release on the team's official Facebook page, OG confirmed that Resolut1on would be joining the roster for the upcoming competitive season.
Resolut1on left the CIS region in early 2016 to play for Digital Chaos, and has had a limited amount of success since then. His time with Digital Chaos saw mixed results, highlighted by a Cinderella run at The International 2016. Despite his team's lack of results, Resolut1on remained a highly skilled and sought after carry player. He will be filling in the middle lane role for OG, a position he has played extensively in the past.
Might be ready to move on after 3-2 loss
July 24, 2017
Resolut1on finished Planet Odd's 3-2 loss to Team Liquid in the Grand Finals of DreamLeague Season 7 with a final KDA of 30/13/42.
Resolut1on played the best and most consistent out of anybody on his team. As Gyrocopter in Game 1, Resolut1on out-farmed everyone but w33. His quick farm helped him act as the tower killer for his team while w33 ran wild. In Game 2, Resolut1on never died as he out farmed and out damaged every other hero as Anti-Mage to put Planet Odd in a position to deliver the killing blow. In Game 3, Resolut1on tried to double down as Anti-Mage, but Liquid had wised up to their schemes, pushing through them with Miracles Huskar. In Game 4, Resolut1on tried to drag his team to victory as Troll Warlord, but a lack of lineup synergy was ultimately their undoing as Miracle's Anti-Mage gave Planet Odd a taste of their own medicine. Seemingly not learning from before, Resolut1on was put back on an early pick Anti-Mage for the final game. Liquid was more than ready as they settled into an aggressive push lineup and never let Resolut1on get off the ground. As well as he played, Resolut1on could not win the series alone and his frustration spilled over into social media after the game, possibly indicating a departure from his teammates in the looming Post-TI shuffle.
Objective gaming leads to a 2-0 win
July 23, 2017
Resolut1on put up a 16/2/23 final KDA in Planet Odd's 2-0 victory over Team Secret during the DreamLeague Season 7 Loser's Final.
Resolut1on played Troll Warlord in Game 1, farming the safe lane with Saksa's Crystal Maiden near by in the jungle. By not splitting the lane's experience with Saksa, Resolut1on was able to keep level pace with KheZu's Legion Commander and negate any lane advantage for Secret's offlaner. In Game 2, Resolut1on played the same style as Lycanthrope. Resolut1on raced out to an early level lead and powering down objectives with heavy disables from his teammates waiting in the wings as gank insurance.
Slight hiccup in Game 2 but a solid series overall
July 22, 2017
Resolut1on finished with a 25/4/20 KDA in a 2-1 Planet Odd win over Team Secret in the DreamHack DreamLeague playoffs.
In Game 1 Resolut1on played Anti-Mage. He had a fantastic time in this game, his lane was practically free and he finished a Battle Fury and Treads by 13 minutes. With his core farming items secured so early, Resolut1on scaled quickly into the late-game. With very few reliable disables on the side of Secret, Resolut1on was able to maneuver easily in fights. He finished with a 10/0/10 KDA. In Game 2 Resolut1on played Anti-Mage again. He didn't find nearly the same success, and actually didn't even get to contribute much to the game at all. When he got his Black King Bar at 31 minutes, it left him without buyback and he promptly died. This was all it took for Planet Odd to lose the game. Resolut1on finished with a 2/1/1 KDA. In Game 3 Resolut1on played Arc Warden. He spent most of the game keeping up in net worth with Team Secret, but Planet Odd as a whole were very behind. Despite this, they were able to hold out for Resolut1on to reach critical mass. After an impressive high ground hold Planet Odd were able to storm down middle and simply end the game with Resolut1on's damage and the bonus attack speed from Magnetic Field. He finished with a 13/3/9 KDA.
Rough series for the Planet Odd carry
July 21, 2017
Resolut1on played decently in Planet Odd's 0-2 loss to Liquid in the Dreamhack Dreamleague Season 7 playoffs. He finished with an overall KDA of 18/9/22.
Resolut1on played Arc Warden in Game 1. He had a decent start in lane, but was soon hampered by series of Liquid ganks. He managed to come back into the game, but couldn't hold out against Liquid's high-ground siege. His Magnetic Field bubbles didn't offer any protection against MATUMBAMAN's Pugna, and Planet Odd were quickly overrun once Liquid broke into their base. He finished with a 7/5/12 KDA. In Game 2 Resolut1on played Bloodseeker. He dominated his lane, and managed to continue this into the mid game. It was after the game hit 30 minutes that Resolut1on began to feel the squeeze of Liquid's Anti-Mage lineup. He was no longer able to fight as confidently as Mircale got more and more items. Resolut1on finished with an 11/4/10 KDA.
Earns the 2-1 victory with big Game 3 performance
April 24, 2017
Resolut1on finished Thunderbirds' 2-1 victory over Team Liquid during the Kiev Major group stages with a final KDA of 37/9/40.
In Game 1, Resolut1on played Wraith King well during the early game, but fell off as the game progressed. Always present during ganks and helping to secure kills with his stun, Resolut1on's future look promising until his farm began to stagnate. In Game 2, Resolut1on's Terrorblade was effective. He pushed down towers and died very little, but took a backseat to w33's Bristleback, who stole the show as Thunderbirds evened the series. In Game 3, it was Resolut1on's time to shine as Morphling. A walking scourge, Resolut1on ravaged Team Liquid finishing the game with a KDA of 22/2/15.
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