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PoohManDu
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Background Information
Name: Lee Jeong-hyeon (이정현)
Country: South Korea South Korea
Birthday: January 29, 1991 (1991-01-29) (age 26)
ROLE: Staff.png Coach
Social Media Links
Team History
Dec 2012 - Feb 2013
GSG
Feb 2013 - Sep 2014
SK Telecom T1 K
Dec 2014 - ??? 2015
Invictus Gaming
Dec 2015 - Nov 2016
SK Telecom T1
Dec 2016 - May 2017
Vici Gaming



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Lee "PoohManDu" Jeong-hyeon (이정현) is the former Coach for Vici Gaming.

Biography

Originally played for the amateur team GSG in Champions Winter, he was recruited to join SK Telecom T1 2, and joined the main squad in June.

Trivia

  • His name was originally ManDu(a Korean dumpling) but changed his name to PoohManDu to match his AD carry's name Piglet. Together they are dubbed the "Hundred Acre Lane" by MonteCristo and DoA.
  • Described as "bloodthirsty" by the OGN casters for his hyper-aggressive laning.
  • Known for his unconventional support picks such as
    LeBlanc
    with summoner teleport,
    Mordekaiser
    and
    Fiddlesticks
  • Rapidly becoming known for his support
    Nami
    play, going 10-1 with her in Champions Summer, and earning him the nickname, 'The Father of Nami'.
  • Their coach KkOma joked PoohManDu was a former basketball player because of his height and Faker believed it.
  • His name partly comes from his sister calling him ManDu at a young age and he liked the sound of it so he kept using it.[1]
  • Innovated
    Fiddlesticks
    as a standard support pick.
  • Once played Jungle
    Heimerdinger
    in the NLB Winter 2012-2013 Finals(GSG versus CJ Entus) and took the Nexus down in 19:33.[2]
  • Has a chest injury due to being electrocuted at a young age and is the reason why he became a substitute for the OGN Spring 2014 season
  • Awarded Best Support at 2013 Korean e-Sports Awards. [3]

Achievements

Team Achievements
Date Event Results
2014-08-09 NLB Logo Small.png ITENJOY NLB Summer 2014 1st
3 : 0
2014-05-14 NLB Logo Small.png bigfile NLB Spring 2014 3rd
3 : 0
2014-05-11 2014Paris.jpg All-Star Paris 2014 1st
3 : 0
2014-04-16 Ogn logo.png HOT6iX Champions Spring 2014 5 - 8th
1 : 3
2014-01-25 Ogn logo.png PANDORA.TV Champions Winter 2013-2014 1st
3 : 0

Team Achievements
Date Event Results
2013-10-04 RpPoints.png Season 3 World Championship 1st
3 : 0
2013-09-07 RpPoints.png Season 3 Korea Regional Finals 1st
3 : 1
2013-08-31 Ogn logo.png HOT6iX Champions Summer 2013 1st
3 : 2
2013-06-29 AMDInven Logosmall.png AMD-INVEN GamExperience 3 - 4th
0 : 2
2013-06-05 Ogn logo.png OLYMPUS Champions Spring 2013 3rd
3 : 0

Interviews

Gallery


  • 2014 OGN Spring

Discussions

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References