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Re: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
« Reply #6810 on: November 29, 2018, 05:06:50 pm »
I am sorry if i responded to harshly it just annoys me when i simply wanted to discuss the few matches we saw from this interesting new roster. I didn't feel what i posted was offensive or wrong in any way? I even made points to say that the match meant very little.

I also NEVER said i knew more then anyone simply that i put thought into what i post and do research before i say anything. And for my posts to be discredited due to nonsensical reasons like being a french fan boy just doesn't seem warranted.

And just because you misinterpreted what i said does not mean Chriseh understands the game better, nor am i implying i understand the game better. I do see his point in that yes many teams are now relying on young talent to carry them etc. And of course it is slightly troubling that G2 struggled with a low tier team. Just because i am not saying all of that directly however doesn't mean i do not see that side of it. You guys seem to really misinterpret me. I am not sure if its the way i word things or what but i am positive if the chat was direct voice there would be no misunderstandings. I just want to talk about CS (especially French) and i appreciate and understand that there are many points of view/opinions and many of them are right in a sense.

Regarding Happy being replaced by Ex6 or whatever i think its a good idea but one that will never happen imo. NBK wants to be the leader and a vocal captain within the team. apEX is also very vocal and likes to take charge occasionally and of course so does Happy. So that's already 3 leader mentality's in one team. And Ex6 is even more controlling then them so i think they would clash way to much with each other. Ex6 also has a very tight strict way of playing the game while NBK and the other french players seem to prefer a looser system with more freedom. However i do think Happy is pretty trash and holds back his teams for the most part. He also just looks depressed and upset majority of the time, surely he isn't fun to be around or have on your team.

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Re: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
« Reply #6811 on: November 29, 2018, 06:49:15 pm »
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Re: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
« Reply #6812 on: November 29, 2018, 08:37:48 pm »
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Re: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
« Reply #6813 on: November 29, 2018, 09:27:09 pm »
As long as its called the 18e.

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Re: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
« Reply #6814 on: November 29, 2018, 09:46:04 pm »
I can't tell if Liquid is falling off or NRG is just this good.
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god damn, Anthony is smart, he was able to get the shit AEF to tie with the best reg in the game. The tactical geniusness needed to pull off such a feat is insane. He's the Erwin Rommel of NW.
i always get an erection when i check my subscrptions and see that phresh cluelesswill vid
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Re: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
« Reply #6815 on: November 29, 2018, 10:23:36 pm »
I can't tell if Liquid is falling off or NRG is just this good.
NRG is a really good team tbf.

But the real answer to your question is Liquid are ass.

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Re: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
« Reply #6816 on: November 29, 2018, 11:24:39 pm »
I can't tell if Liquid is falling off or NRG is just this good.
NRG is a really good team tbf.

But the real answer to your question is Liquid are ass.
Liquid surprised me and came back. I know they have a tendency to lose the 1st map and rebound the other two but it seemed really telling of NRG's potential. I still think that NRG needs to replace Fugly, and if it was a dream pick: bntet.
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god damn, Anthony is smart, he was able to get the shit AEF to tie with the best reg in the game. The tactical geniusness needed to pull off such a feat is insane. He's the Erwin Rommel of NW.
i always get an erection when i check my subscrptions and see that phresh cluelesswill vid
It won't be FSE developing it, so it will come out!
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Re: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
« Reply #6817 on: November 29, 2018, 11:57:10 pm »
I have never liked Fugly idk why... -Fugly +motm plz and ty?

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Re: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
« Reply #6818 on: November 30, 2018, 12:32:11 am »
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Re: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
« Reply #6819 on: November 30, 2018, 07:26:39 am »
I can't tell if Liquid is falling off or NRG is just this good.
NRG is a really good team tbf.

But the real answer to your question is Liquid are ass.
Liquid surprised me and came back. I know they have a tendency to lose the 1st map and rebound the other two but it seemed really telling of NRG's potential. I still think that NRG needs to replace Fugly, and if it was a dream pick: bntet.

On top of that tendency, they played one of the best team on Overpass. Despite the rather one-sided scoreline, it was expected from pretty everyone that NRG would take this map, especially after the strong come-back they made on the first side. The worrying factor for me was Inferno where Liquid was clearly favourite and still struggled to take the victory, which to me is a clear indication of their current weak form. NRG can have lots of regrets not being able to close it 2-0 but that's also why Liquid is still a Top3 team (and not 'ass' as Mr Britcunt so nicely put it out). You can't just let them underperform, you also have to play at your best on eventually all three maps.

Either way, this is clearly Liquid's tournament to lose but I am not too worried. NRG is clearly the biggest threat in the whole tournament. If BIG wakes up and trash Gambit (which I expect them to do), then this could get interesting, but anything but a win would be clear underperformance from Liquid and they are not at a state where they can allow themselves to throw T2 tournaments.





Wasn't worried, not even a second.  8)

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Re: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
« Reply #6820 on: November 30, 2018, 06:59:30 pm »
G2 better crush these South Africans! ;D

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Re: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
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Re: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
« Reply #6822 on: November 30, 2018, 08:36:17 pm »
so like are these south africans good or is g2 god awful

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Re: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
« Reply #6823 on: November 30, 2018, 08:40:27 pm »
French CS lul

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Re: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
« Reply #6824 on: November 30, 2018, 08:48:41 pm »
so like are these south africans good or is g2 god awful

They also beat Optic 16-14 in their opening match but not sure how to answer your question. Technically speaking, they have the worst HLTV ranking out of all the remaining teams in that tournament (#49), closely followed by x6tence Galaxy (#48).

But yeah, Bo1s often have random outcomes, lets way to see what they have to offer in Bo3s.
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