its not a normal answer.. a good answer would be Flusha commending them for their play, even if it wasnt spectacular. doplan was pretty fucking bad but had a decent map here and there, and twist played well in the major. just saying "eh, no comment" makes him seem like a lazy asshole that can't even take the time to show some respect for two decent guys from his own country.
Flusha has always been the cockiest fat virgin in pro CS, the funny thing is that he hasn't done anything in nearly 2 years when people have realized that he was cheating. He is like 1/3 of his former skill. I wonder how that happened.
The amount of people living in a country means absolutely nothing. Why is it that Canada dominates Hockey? Or Kenya dominates long distance running? Or Jamaica dominates sprinting? Or New Zealand dominates Rugby? It is because when a hobby/sport/event becomes a tradition in a given country, everyone participate. So a country that has 5 million people but 3.5 million of them play a certain sport/game has a better chance at being good at that sport/game than a country that has 40 million people but only 500,000 of them play that sport/game. Stop bringing up populations, jesus christ.
Saying it means ABSOLUTELY NOTHING is a completely shit statement, sorry. I am not saying it means everything, but it is one of the factors. It is also important to realise which sports are famous in which areas. No one plays fucking hockey in Croatia (for example) meaning they can't be good at it. You've said it, but that doesn't mean it is the ONLY FACTOR.
If two countries have the exact same amount of popularity in a given sport, country with more population will be better at it (probably).
while playing vs astralis on cache at the major krimz and krimz alone carried fnatic into overtime. a few examples:
- forcebuy with cz, 3 kills vs ak players, picking AK, dropping it
for a teammate
- most impact frags, most kills, least deaths, spent alot of money
to drop for poorly overly agressive playing teammates
fnatic was broke on ct side and twist tried to take a 1 vs 3 retake vs A-Site with AWP and dropped it. Olof did the same a few rounds later when he got shot in the back highway.(1vs2). fnatic pretty often had the lead on ct side and olof/twist threw it so hard because of their stupid playstyle and krimz alone kept them in the game. the difference between flusha in case of gamesense and smartplay/decisionmaking and twist/doplan is huge. flusha would never do mistakes like that. he's the one staying alive, maybe 1-2 exitfrags, safing awp/AK, dropping it to a teammate the next round, allowing them to have a solid buy. I'm happy it's over.
It's true, i have no idea why you kids think twist should go to nip, or any of those noobs in epsilon should go to nip. They arent good, twist played good in tier 3 teams, oh gj man you for sure will be great in tier 1.
He doesnt even take it seriously ''i want to play with my friend'' instead of winning a major etc etc.