“This matchup is usually very easy, you should get an early merc treads in this matchup as they're very strong against Cho, I usually go cleaver and death's dance as my first two big items here and once you get them he just doesn't have the damage to keep up, between conqurer and your passive leg procs it's just too much damage/healing for him, make sure you're trying your best to get your passive leg procs in this matchup as well as trying your best to dodge his Q which should be easy most of the time. I also usually hard push cho'gath in early game since his sustain is fairly high I don't bother trading very much I just play for a CS lead to get my core items quicker, obviously be careful with this and it is dependent on who the enemy jungler is playing.”
“Recommended: Standard Runes & Teleport
Tips: W block his E-AA reset. Dodge his Q by E'ing in. Remember that he restores HP and Mana from killing minions. If he wastes W or Q, you can punish.”
“He's a strong frontline tank late-game so you dont want the game to drag on.
It's better to parry his Silence and Dodge His knock-up but you can parry both.
If you Parry the Knock-up just make sure you Q-E into him before he Silences you.
Never Forget the True Damage Ultimate, if you're low he will deal 30% of your HP as True Damage.
Later in the game that goes up to 50% of your HP.”
“Cho'gath is a little annoying but he's not too hard to deal with. Bait his W and Q then use your E and Q while popping your W. If he misses his W and/or Q you should win the trade. Never use your Q right in front of him or he will cancel with his W or Q. Rush Abyssal Mask, any rune page or ability max will work here.”
“Really hard to beat a good Cho'Gath, level 1 he wins if he starts E, and after that he has a silence to stop you from trading. You want to do extended trades and all-in on him when he has no Q. Get Executioners's calling.
“Max W and build Sunfire Aegis.
Your W counter stun.
Use the first R to avoid being eaten.”
“When facing Cho'Gath in lane, pay attention to his position when he uses Vorpal Spikes. Don't get hit by the spikes to avoid the slow and if he fights you with them make sure to dodge the damage with your Counter Strike. Key here is to dodge his Rupture and just all in him after that since he loses to you after that unless you are miles behind him (which shouldn't happen). Just be careful if you are low HP as he can quickly delete you with his Feast. Overall one of the easier matchups for Jax.”
“Easy lane at the early stage if you can escape his Rupture. But eventually he outscales you. So farm up and roam.”
“Most of the time, you expect to see a Q max and start Cho'Gath. These are standard cases of dodge his poke and all in. Recently since this new season, good Cho'Gath players are starting E first and maxing it. It actually does a WILD amount of damage, hammering you with the first two hits and kiting back with the third if you chase them. This will leave you half HP if not lower. By landing his E-W then Q, it's almost impossible to dodge the full combo of this guy. Never fight him if you're low because his ult is a click move and cannot be evaded. While Cho-Gath still doesn't like extended trades, he's actually very strong vs diver class champions right now.m”
“Cho'Gath CAN be problematic but is mostly free food for Mordekaiser. You Liandry Rylai combo works extremely well against him, your ult does wonders as he is just a big ball of stats for you to steal from, and in lane, all he can even do into you is sit in bush, hit his abilities and cheese a kill or two which wont even help. Just dodge the knock up and a pull should equal a kill every time.”