Also known as the Io God, who pioneered Io carry into the International 2019, the community is fascinated by how good the OG carry, ana, can play. He even has a 5-wins streak on Io in TI9. Often times, when we see pros being so good at a certain hero, we probably assumed that ana just spammed Io for days when he was away from the pro scene after TI8 and just returned to TI9 with a new meta.
Oh, how wrong are we to make such assumptions. It seems like as mentioned by Gorgc, ana does not practice DOTA, not only in playing Io but he just doesn’t practice at all. In Gorgc’s stream, he talked about how we should be a little angry at ana because he doesn’t practice and he just wins 2 Internationals consecutively. Gorgc also said that ana just watches Gordon Ramsay videos when the rest of his team is practicing and when his team is drafting, he just watches videos of food rotting.
Gorgc on Ana: https://clips.twitch.tv/MuddyAbrasiveScorpionKappaRoss
At this point, it just goes to show that ana’s talent is too overwhelming for us mundane to even comprehend. To be able to just feel like playing Io in the Internationals without even practicing shows that ana is the best carry in DOTA2. Thus, if you want to be a two-time Tea Eye Champion, be like ana. Don’t practice. Period.
Unfortunately for us ana and OG fans, we won’t be seeing him for at least a year as he announces that he will not participate in this DPC season and most likely the International 2020 too. Either way, we do respect ana’s decision to take a break off the pro scene while he takes some well-deserved time to enjoy himself, the other teams in the DPC season will have one less team to fear. Although ana (, Jerax and Ceb) are not playing in the current DPC, at least we can be excited about the new team OG roster, featuring Sumail, Midone, Saksa, Topson and BigDaddy.