Choi Jae-hyun 
Counter Logic Gaming
Damage carrying not enough in loss
February 25, 2018
Huhi earned a 0/3/3 KDA on Vel'Koz in Counter Logic Gaming's loss to Clutch Gaming on Saturday.
Huhi tried to counter pick Azir with Vel'Koz but it didn't work out for him. While Huhi managed to poke down Febiven in the laning phase, he wasn't able to get any kills and the free farming time he earned wasn't enough to build much of an advantage. When it was time for Huhi to group for teamfights he doled out plenty of damage and lead CLG in damage dealt to champions. All of his damage didn't land him any kills or many assists, however, as CLG lost most of the teamfights, including the game-deciding battle over Elder Dragon.
Barely outcarried
February 19, 2018
huhi went 5/3/7 in CLG's Sunday loss to 100 Thieves.
huhi's Corki in this game was probably the greatest contributor to his team's successes, starting out with a first blood in a multi-man roam towards the top lane. He managed to outfarm Ryu's Ryze as the game went on, and quickly scaled into a huge damage threat. However, with 100 Thieves' superior backline pressure and clever picks, huhi was in more danger than enemy AD carry Cody Sun on Tristana, and thus died more often and couldn't put out damage as consistently. As a result, CLG were narrowly beaten out in teamfights and lost the game.
Can't fit CLG on his back
February 12, 2018
huhi ended CLG's loss to TSM on Sunday with a 2/3/2 KDA.
Picking Fiora as a counter to Bjergsen's Galio, huhi had easily the best game of anyone on CLG. He was solid in teamfights, but his main contribution was the two solo kills he found onto Hauntzer's Gangplank in the split-push. However, while these free kills could've given CLG the opportunity they needed to take charge in the game, they utterly failed to do so. huhi's solid play came to nothing, and CLG soon lost Baron and the game.
Ties the team comp together
February 5, 2018
Huhi ended 4/0/11 as CLG took down FlyQuest on Sunday.
Huhi's Zilean pick was the crux of CLG's team composition on Sunday, as it was paired with both diving champions in Alistar and Jarvan IV, as well as vulnerable hyper carries in Gangplank and Kog'Maw. He got incredible value out of his ultimate, using it to deny CLG kills on numerous occasions. More importantly, the presence of the skill was enough to facilitate CLG's aggression, allowing for tower dives, flanks, and forward positioning from his AD carry, none of which could be punished. He ended deathless, having only missed out on a single kill participation.
Huge damage in late game fights
February 4, 2018
Huhi's Zoe earned a 3/4/7 KDA as Counter Logic Gaming picked up a victory against Echo Fox on Saturday.
The laning phase wasn't kind to Huhi as he struggled to deal with the near constant gank pressure and deaths cause him to fall behind in CS. However, CLG's other lanes picked up the slack and gave Huhi enough time to be a huge damage threat in the second half. Huhi started to dole out the damage in teamfights, obliterating the frontline and any squishy targets caught in Zoe's Sleepy Trouble Bubble. In the deciding fight, CLG scored an ace and then quickly pushed to complete the upset.
Solid Ryze play in victory
January 29, 2018
Huhi earned a 5/1/4 KDA on Ryze as Counter Logic Gaming picked up a win against the Golden Guardians on Sunday.
The laning phase was tough for Huhi but he managed to keep things close thanks to escaping death numerous times using the Zhonyas - Realm Warp combo. Huhi wasn't the only one to have a slow start on CLG as it fell victim to GG's early rotations. CLG didn't fall too far behind and started to turtle and began to turn things around in the late game teamfights. Huhi was able to easily deal out damage in teamfights as he led the game in damage dealt to champions. In the final fight, Huhi traded his life for a triple kill as the rest of CLG went on score an ace and knock down the nexus.
Can't compare to counterpart
January 28, 2018
Huhi went 3/5/3 on Jayce in CLG's Saturday loss to CG.
Huhi actually had a pretty solid game on Jayce in this game. He pulled off some early roams successfully, including a brilliant one that shut down the enemy Gangplank right from the beginning. Unfortunately, he made a crucial mistake in following his jungler into enemy territory, giving a second kill over to Febiven's Azir in the process. This would prove costly, as the enemy mid laner swiftly took over the whole game.
Can't find good picks on Malzahar late in loss
January 21, 2018
Huhi earned a 3/3/3 KDA on Malzahar in Counter Logic Gaming's loss to Cloud9 on Saturday.
Counter Logic Gaming focused on the top side of the map early, including Huhi who roamed there often in the first half. Huhi picked up some kills doing so but he struggled to get much done in the middle lane against Jensen's Zilean. Slowly but steadily, CLG's early lead was disappearing and when CLG grouped up late it struggled to find good engages. The late teamfights were very one-sided and in C9's favor as CLG watched it's Nexus being destroyed from the respawn screen.
Resigns with CLG through 2019
November 20, 2017
According to Riot Games' contract database, Huhi has resigned with Counter Logic Gaming through 2019.
Huhi showed a lot of improvement through Season 7, going from a highly-criticized laner to a strong overall player. His Summer Split was great, with him finishing near the top kills and at the top in assists. He did show some issues in his death total, but he contributed heavily to his team's success.
Steps up massively in Summer Split
November 20, 2017
Huhi ended the 2017 NA LCS Summer Split with a 209/105/281 combined KDA.
Huhi was excellent for CLG during the 2017 Summer Split, helping CLG finish in third place during the regular season. He had the fourth highest KDA among mid laners at 4.7, finishing with the second highest kill total and leading his role in assists. His KDA could've been higher, but Huhi also finished with the second most deaths among mid laners. Despite CLG finishing third in the playoffs, Huhi was excellent, leading mid laners with 42 kills, 79 assists, and a 6.7 KDA. Unfortunately, his strong play wasn't enough in the regional qualifiers as CLG fell to Cloud9, missing out on the 2017 World Championships. Huhi's improvement in play leaves CLG with a strong, but perhaps not elite, mid laner moving into 2018.
Can't quite compete with Jensen
September 12, 2017
Huhi went an overall 14/12/18 in CLG's 3-1 loss to Cloud9 Sunday.
Huhi started the series out roughly on Orianna, as he was ganked early on by Impact's Maokai to give up CLG's first death to Jensen's Syndra. From there, CLG were largely run over, leading to a 0/3/1 finish for Huhi. His Game 2 Viktor was a huge step up, however, as he was easily CLG's best performer despite Darshan attaining a large early advantage. It's a shame for Huhi that CLG lost Game 2 due to huge performances out of C9's bot lane. Huhi returned to Orianna for Game 3, and looked much better this time around, largely thanks to a having three diving initiators and one hypercarry for a total of four viable shield targets. However, despite a couple of standout moments, Huhi's Game 4 on Taliyah was rather lackluster, and some of his Weaver's Walls were confusingly aimed or timed.
Signature picks pay off
September 11, 2017
Huhi ended CLG's 3-1 win over FlyQuest with a 20/5/29 combined KDA.
Huhi used Fiora in Game 1 to finish with a 5/2/5 KDA. He was involved in 10 of 12 kills while leading CLG in kills during Game 1. In Game 2, Huhi used Aurelion Sol to earn 4/2/14 KDA. He was involved in all but one kill, finishing with the third most kills and second most assists in the game. In Game 3, Huhi played Corki and finished with a 4/0/4 KDA. He was unkillable, leading CLG with four kills. For the final game of the series, Huhi played Lucian and earned a 7/1/6 KDA. He was involved in 13 of 19 kills, tying Darshan with seven kills for the team lead.
No problems against DIG
September 5, 2017
Huhi ended CLG's 3-0 win over DIG with a 13/3/23 combined KDA.
Huhi used Lucian in Game 1 to finish with a 4/1/9 KDA. He was involved in 13 of 18 kills, tying Darshan for the second highest kill total, while finishing with nine assists as well. In Game 2, Huhi earned a 4/0/8 KDA as Orianna. He was unkillable, ending the game involved in 12 of 14 kills, finishing with the second highest kill total and tying OmarGod for the second highest assist total. In the final game of the series, Huhi used Kassadin to end with a 5/2/6 KDA. He was involved in 11 of 19 kills, finishing with the second most kills on the team to close out the series.
Decent performance in series defeat against Immortals
August 27, 2017
Huhi earned a series KDA of 14/7/21 in his team's 0-3 loss against Immortals.
Starting the series off on Viktor, Huhi had a relatively strong performance in his team's Game 1 defeat. After finding a decent position for himself moving into the mid game, he made the enemy team's engagements costly, controlling the pace of the game and dealing large amounts of damage in fights. This, unfortunately, didn't work out as IMT was able to take an Elder Dragon among several Baron's that won them the game. Despite this, Huhi bounced back in Game 2 with yet another strong showing, picking Vel'Koz and surprising the enemy team. Once again finding a decent lead, he ran into the similar problem of his team not performing. Despite dealing large amounts of damage once again, he could not stop IMT's aggression, resulting in yet another defeat. Game 3 came around and Huhi finally faltered. On Corki, he participated in all of his team's kills but one, and couldn't control his lane. As a result, IMT took the quickest victory of the series, closing out the series 3-0 convincingly.
Standout series
August 22, 2017
Huhi went 15/8/35 as CLG took down NV 3-2 on Sunday.
Huhi pulled out a surprise Vel'Koz pick in Game 1, and excelled on it, going 3/1/9 and using his waveclear to help CLG stall out an early-game deficit. In Game 2, his Viktor was fairly ineffective against the Galio of Nisqy, and an early mistake cost him his life unnecessarily. Huhi stuck with scaling champs for the remainder of the series as well, returning to Vel'Koz in Game 3 before switching to Cassiopeia and finally Corki. This suited CLG's playstyle perfectly, as they consistently fell behind in the early game but were able to come back just often enough to take the series. Huhi was strong throughout, with the exception of Game 2, and even in the Game 3 loss, he went a deathless 3/0/2.
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