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The following action comes from the CS 1.6 tournament of the 13th ESEA Invite season in Dallas.
After more than four months with no 1.6 highlight we see Tomi "lurppis" Kovanen in his first match-up against the Americans from Mobility-Gaming with a successful ramp push where he scores four headshots.
The final between Netcode Illuminati and the winner of mouseSpaz vs Underdogs is set to be played today at around 19 CET.
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|Player:||Tomi "lurppis" Kovanen|
|Match:||Netcode Illuminati vs Mobility-Gaming|
|Final result:||16:9 (13:2; 3:7)
|Event:||ESEA Invite Season 13 Finals
|Stage:||Upper bracket Round 1
|Action situation:|| NCI leading 10:0
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aThId, you have missed about putting the song name in description ;C
a bit hypocritical dont you think
Post edited 2013-04-21 19:43:51
I agree that something like 50% of the players must be from older CS (maybe more, maybe less), either Source or 1.6, but as Source did, a new game always brings out new players who didn't play CS before.
A new game with decent graphics always brings out new players. That's just how the video game market works.
Thinking a gaming community just stay still is delusional. There are every day people quitting CS and people starting CS. And people starting CS will be much more attracted by CS:GO.
My point is : People wanting to play CS right now would rather choose CS:GO over the other CS games. Hence why there is a high chance that a comfortable amount of players are people coming from different games than from 1.6 or Source.
I'm talking about people wanting to play CS, so why are you giving me a COD or Battlefield out of nowhere ?
Those were pretty much as predictable and textbook flashes as they get, leading 10-0. He is playing against bots.
bad highlight, no feeling xd
More enjoyable to watch, than 99% of all go-highlights.
1.6 gameplay is perfect,it is true that frags are easier in 1.6 than go but that what made it so dificult;because when two good teams clash,players have to get instant headshots or they will probably die,thats what made 1.6 last for nearly 2 decades,the skill required is huge and if you ever played against good teams you would have noticed that you can shove you aim deep in your ass when you get flashed and killed before you get a chance to aim at anything.
ps:valve should power up the ak and m4 so we could at least get some fun back,because right now sprayers are infesting the scene with those smgs(the noobs arsenal)which are too accurate and powerfull in my taste.
Post edited 2013-04-21 14:20:57
I didnt really think there is much difference before this video but actually it is :D
was truly a special time.
almost tears in my eyes when I watch CS 1.6 videos :(
INTERNET, FUCK YEAH!
Post edited 2013-04-22 01:23:00
ohhh almost tears in eyes when i watch cs 1.6 videos :( :( :( 1.6 will not die ever!!!!1 :/:/
Post edited 2013-04-21 15:44:27
not saying the enemies were good or anything but you can't take away from lurppis on this one, it was just perfect timing
Post edited 2013-04-22 11:51:33
it's spray-and-pray fest on GO. with many retarded player doing WASD shooting..
So you know they're called golden five and you're asking what game this is, trollbait.
Post edited 2013-04-21 19:12:38
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Post edited 2013-04-21 23:44:52
just think if it was navi, esc, sk, fnatic etc..numbers would've exceeded 30k as always
How dare you guys upload this hidious clip?
#1 off, the opponents seems really low and disorented, going out 1 and 1 at ramp and rest just fucks around in lobby.
#2 I don't know what the radio guy was looking at, althoguh he might have been flashed by lurppis flash but I doubt it, it exploded way earlier in "cod". Or he maybe acually pushed ramp and fall back when he got white by the flash.
#3. What the heck did the guy do in squeeky room do, he should have known from the start that lurppis is pushing lobby and get ready for it, instead he switches or whatever he does.
Overall, really bad T-tactic by pods, looks like PN tactic where there is no IGL and all of them do whatever they feel like to do.
Post edited 2013-04-22 05:38:40
And nice variation from all these csgo clips, its hard on the eyes, so I welcome this 1.6 clip very well. you making too much drama.