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Planetkey Dynamics member Anil "cLy" Gülec is one of the many players who were caught in the latest VAC ban wave.
In the last hours, a major ban wave has swept through the CS:GO community, and one of those caught red-handed appear to be Anil "cLy" Gülec, who plays for EPS side Planetkey Dynamics.
By looking at the German player's Steam Profile, one can see that he now has 1 VAC ban on record. Several people who had Gülec on their friends' list have confirmed to HLTV.org that he no longer shows up on the list.
The news is likely to have a major repercussion in the CS:GO scene, as Gülec had long been a target of the community following cheating accusations.
It was only earlier this month that Planetkey Dynamics were disqualified from the first online qualifier for the G3 LAN after failing to use EAC against Bulgarian side HEADSHOTBG, who accused Gülec of cheating.
The German player, who has previously represented teams like mTw, TCM-Gaming and mouz, claimed he was innocent and put together a video to show his actions against HSBG.
HLTV.org has tried to contact Planetkey Dynamics for a reaction to the news, but without success so far.
WHEN DO YOU LEARN FROM YOUR MISTAKES!
- GET OUT OF THE SCENE, NOW!!!!!
in 1.6 he got banned from ESL and Danish tournaments for a year.
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wrong. they agreed on not using EAC, hsbg just thought he cheated and wanted demo from him
Cly fkin cunt!
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between shox and kennyS :D
its rly lol, so many of u were not mistaken ;)
No its not, come a few months and theres a new organization happy to pick him up regardless of his actions. I honestly think its retarded that the big organizations are willing to support players who are willing to cheat in order to reach their goals. It has happend a million times in the past and I'd be surprised if this isnt the case again :/
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Maybe it's not even CS:GO? and if, other people could have hacked into his acc or it really was his brother like stavros said.
That this shit happens after he got accused is unfortunate, I admit.
nex: 'Ich weiß, dass cLy nicht cheatet' lol
Name me a few please.
Good to see vac working as well
We will probably see him again soon...
Should make the top players think twice before venturing into cheating!
Have a blacklist should be a priority, and maybe also have one Transfer week or something. I hear sometimes wait for a long time before cutting a player just because they are signed up in many leagues at once.
by Big organizations i mean like it was in the first days of 1.6 G7 (if i wasn't mistaken) started to boycott CPL because they never handed people their cash prizes.
easy peasy moxxi and zaider
Unbelievable what I saw in that thread.
My brother used my account
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The only purpose why he travelled to turkey was in order to pick up some chips.
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Cheaters shouldn't be allowed to comeback to the professional scene
The last few days I almost played 0 hours of CS, I just played Sonic like an addict. Since today we started practicing again, and I could swear my life that I diddn't use any kind of assistance. The ban is listed for CS:GO and not for any other game. I'm stilll searching for processes that could trigger a ban, but there are none.
I'll see what will be the final result. The ban is pretty disadvantageous after all this events, but you sadly can't change it.
By the way, the excuse with the brother was not mine, I wouldn't say such a thing. If I cheated, I'd say what triggered it.
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based Valve unleashing the ban wave immediately after a sale
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At the moment Germany CS sucks a lot.
Those nade dodges looked dodgy as FUCK.
"VAC says sorry moxxi, zaider and cLy, I was wrong"
Btw, i'm talking only about those retards who started to insult Gfinity crew for banning cLy. I myself thought that cLy wasn't cheating as he was on the scene for a while now, but I guess he is just a cheating cunt who lives by eating chips & cola.
It's sad how pro-players can easily cheat with not well known teams and don't even be accused for cheating all because they're "pro" so it's not possible that they were cheating. So in this point good job for HeadshotBG. Teams like them should always fight for their right.
When VAC ban is not an error I think he was using on/off method for his wh, and of course we can't see bullet assist (hard to detect for eyes) on this video which he could used for this match.
And like FeTiSh wrote "...players who are willing to cheat in order to reach their goals. It has happend a million times in the past and I'd be surprised if this isnt the case again :/"
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