Do you know why solo queue doesn't look anything like the "real" game that you see played out by the professional players? Easy. In solo queue, everyone fights all the time, even if there's not point to it. Frankly, the same can be said of the weaker regions in professional play as well, and it's no coincidence that Korea, the region that has eternally dominated professional League of Legends play, also boasts the most coordinated solo queue (and unreal ping!). Every game of solo queue tends to devolve into a clown fiesta at some point, and the painful part is that there's really no reason behind it.
You choose when you want to fight, whether it be by walking into the fog of war blind, or by engaging a massive
This isn't to say that you shouldn't fight the enemy team. You absolutely should do that. What you shouldn't do is fight them without a reason and without thinking about whether or not you can win beforehand. While you might serendipitously win despite your lack of preparation, it's basically the same as leaving the game up to a coin toss, something that I don't think many players would be willing to do. More importantly, no good player would ever do it. "I have a more powerful ultimate and set of items right now, so I'm going to engage their mid
Next time you play solo queue, ty to remain mindful about why you're making the decisions that you're making. Even if you're still making bad decisions and taking losing fights, you'll still learn little things that will improve your decision making down the road, something that wouldn't happen had you not premeditated your decisions in the first place. Always be thinking about what your goals are in