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Flag: Russia
Registered: November 25, 2021
Last post: May 24, 2024 at 6:06 AM
Posts: 5923
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say again?

posted 5 hours ago

Fuck pasta

posted 5 hours ago

He passes the eye-test, alongwith Zmjkk

Its not just about the stats or impact, but who looks dominant

posted 5 hours ago

I am here (<3 to Aspas, others take the L)

posted 5 hours ago

Yesterday I said something about Kim Jong Un and immediately had a stomach ache! For real be careful

posted 5 hours ago

Indians be racist among themselves, at this point its a wasted effort to try and correct anyone, IGNORANCE is BLISS

posted 5 hours ago

Possibly

posted 6 hours ago

Isn't it summer, why is ASPAS wearing a black turtleneck? n

posted 6 hours ago

BODY COUNT >>>>> ACS > K/D

posted 6 hours ago

Who's up at 5am to watch Aspas???

posted 7 hours ago

I <3 ASPAS but GenG Clears

posted 7 hours ago

The last round was a slap on FUT's hypothetical cheeks

posted 1 day ago

They did play well for a team that sux! Respect FUT

posted 1 day ago

China is a populous country, quite possible

posted 1 day ago

Probably didn't expect FPX to come at them the way they did.

posted 1 day ago

Yeah it showed, FPX too was playing it silly trying to knife a solo player, its all fun until they suffer due to letting lose

posted 1 day ago

Irrespective of Map 3, the resilience and tenacity displayed by the players, not giving up! WOW! Respect

posted 1 day ago

All your preds are wrong :/

posted 1 day ago

Brooo, I had to come back to this

posted 1 day ago

T1 did its fans dirty, all credit to G2 for maintaining their composure and making such a comeback.

Not sure if T1 had any timeouts left, but they really needed one when G2 was gaining all that momentum towards the end

posted 1 day ago

T1 gave me all the hope in the world, only for G2 to smash it into pieces

Having invested myself into supporting T1 after their map 2 dominance, I am now sad and will indulge in eating chocolates and drinking coffee till I become fat

posted 1 day ago

brooo miss old LOUD

posted 1 day ago

T1 might make that happen!

posted 1 day ago

After a lackluster map 1, T1 desperately needed to step up against a solid-looking G2 and did they step-up with a 13-1 thrashing to a G2 team that looked like they were playing to throw the game. With a 6-1 betting odd set up against T1, whoever still believed in T1 went home rich.

Credit goes to the T1 coach staff for addressing the mindset change that was needed before map 2. Eagerly looking forward to Map 3, Will T1 hold on to this dominant mindset over G2, Will G2 step up to put some respect to the NA #2 spot or be the butt of jokes on VLR?

posted 1 day ago

Ange1 playing champs at 41 years old is crazy!!!

posted 1 day ago

The economy did not allow them to sustain an operator for more than a round. With Sayaplayer not feeling it, they gambled against the decision of an exclusive operator for Sayaplayer

posted 1 day ago

He did in one round

posted 1 day ago

Yes, 1-6 betting odds are clearly showing. T1 still needs to show better gameplay, even if they lose to be considered a respectable opponent

posted 1 day ago

Hahhahha!

posted 1 day ago

Thnx, just trying something

posted 1 day ago

The match started off with Xcurrate showing his ability to hold his own against multiple players, getting an ace in the 3rd round, but that was pretty much it for T1. Although Izu and Carpe did step up from their former selves, Sayaplayer and Rossy seemed to have left their AIM back home, with neither being able to win any aim duels against G2. G2 with better utility usage and synergistic timing left T1 with no answers, making the likes of Sayaplayer look clueless in their role. With no significant contribution from Rossy, it was easy for G2 to cruise through Map 1 of the series. Every player from G2 held their own and played to roles efficiently, with Leaf standing out with through his ace and superior movement that T1 had no answer to.

Going into Map 2 if the likes of Rossy and Sayaplayer do not step up with the strategic backing from T1's coaches, this will be a walk in the park of G2.

posted 1 day ago

again

posted 1 day ago

Imagine if he was leaves

posted 1 day ago

BROTHER RESPECT TO YOUR PREDICTION!

posted 1 day ago

Entertaining but not balanced

posted 1 day ago

Sideshow doesn't agree with Kim Jong Un's policies in China

posted 1 day ago

Susanto Buff!

posted 1 day ago

Number B, is a real one to look out for!

posted 1 day ago

I like the optimism!

posted 1 day ago

Bwahahhahhahahahahah! bruh I gotta see the clip now!!! That's like the Andre Drummond-CP3 moment or the JR-Smith- LEBRON moment hahahahah

I REALLY REALLY wanted to see ASPAS in international

posted 1 day ago

He's a multi-title player

had his most success from Team Fortress (his first competitive title, played since 2013) and Overwatch (was part of NRG and Team Liquid)

now into coaching (since valorant)

He's US citizen with fillipino roots

posted 1 day ago

Can you summarize what happened in one sentence?

posted 1 day ago

That's some proper insight, FPX vs FUT is gonna be the better match, we all know how the TURKS can cook up

posted 1 day ago

What had happened previously?

posted 1 day ago

Today's card seems lackluster as the 3rd place teams battle it out, having said that FUT vs FPX may be exciting as a battle of mechanics?

posted 1 day ago

What to expect and not expect from these teams?

T1 fans
FUT fans
FPX fans
G2 fans

feel free to write your inputs

posted 1 day ago

but emea tech pauses...

posted 1 day ago

me, only for this week

posted 1 day ago

reminder

posted 1 week ago

UUUU

posted 1 week ago
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