I've been playing this game a while, and generally end up in solo queue.
I'd like to play ranked, but don't want to risk creating problems for my team due to errors.
I'd say that I'm a pretty solid player in general, and know all the theory, but I have a few weak points.
The thing is, I have an excellent record on Twisted Treeline, but when I play on Summoner's Rift, my win ratio is much poorer.
I know that the first is a microcosm of the second, and in theory the only real difference is jungling on SR is done by a single dedicated player per team, while on TT it's much more haphazard.
As well, there is much less laning involved, although it still plays out to some degree.
I'm wondering what other major differences there are.
Things I've noticed:
Map control: Check. Getting red buffs and dragon kills makes a big difference.
Creep kills: Check. Not as big of a deal, but still important.
1v1, 2v2, 2v1, etc. Check. Not as many combinations as 5v5, but when you're outclassed, you run away regardless.
Pushing towers: Check. Perhaps not as important as in SR, but still relevant.
Capitalizing on opponents death: Check. On both maps, when you have a team advantage, you want to push an objective, be it dragon or a turret.
Map awareness: Check (although to a lesser degree). Mia is still important, warding/checking bushes relevant, etc.
Can anyone who has played both extensively point out areas to develop more to get better on SR?