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A few days passed since the end of IEM6 GC Kiev, but there's still another highlight to be shown, a 4-kill round by Ioann "Edward" Sukhariev in the final against SK Gaming.
The best rated player of IEM6 GC Kiev and the best rated player of the final, Ioann "Edward" Sukhariev, found himself in a tough situation in the tower of de_train, but he managed to make the best of it. The score was 6-0 in favor of Natus Vincere and just as it seemed SK Gaming would finally get their first round on the second map, Sukhariev turned the 3vs5 situation into a round-win for his team.
Enjoy Sukhariev's 4 kills with added commentary from Joe Miller and Paul "ReDeYe" Chaloner:
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2 frag uau
3 frag uau
4 frag uau
if Na`Vi wins bo3 against SK = SK had a bad day
if SK wins bo1 against Na`Vi = VERY NICE TEAM !!!
if SK wins bo3 against Na`Vi = the best in the world
Just like Na`Vi and ESC wouldn't lose to any team in a bo3 32-8 if they were on their game.
Navi destroyed SK, and that doesn't happen with _just_ an off day. Navi have obviously done their homework, played extremely well, and capitalized on any mistakes SK made. If it were another team vs SK in the final, SK could have possibly lifted their game and shifted momentum. But Navi piled on the pressure and gave their opponent zero chances.
If a team cannot perform at their best in a final, then they don't deserve to be a top team. Navi deserve full credit for the win, and anyone saying otherwise is simply deluded.
I wouldn't be saying this if say, SK lost to a lower team in groups and still went on to win the tourny. That would be an off match/day, when they'd be still deserving of being the best in the tourny. In this case they got outplayed in the final, when it mattered.
Post edited 2012-01-26 03:43:06
I was just saying that SK, JUST LIKE ESC AND Na`Vi, can never be beaten 32-8 in a best of three when they are playing their A game. Learn to read, I honestly don't even know how many times I said the same thing. Lol.
PS. i dont like Na'Vi, especially after their ghosting.
Post edited 2012-01-25 02:16:36
forest,gtr,neo...etc are stability
but he is nice anyway
Post edited 2012-01-25 00:46:32
Post edited 2012-01-25 00:44:25
it doesnt make him "so unconsistent" when u say he is
Post edited 2012-01-25 00:48:32
neo,gtr>edzie cuz they arent random proc skilled
Post edited 2012-01-25 00:51:36
Neo > gtr
Post edited 2012-01-25 22:01:52
13 matches with < 1.0 rating
17 matches with > 1.0 rating
Good luck with that.
Edit: Your getting the idea of consistency wrong. Its all about matches dude. Look, for example, at the top20 players and see what they say of a consistent player. Hint: Neo = most consistent player (78% of maps rated above 1.00)
Post edited 2012-01-28 06:32:43
Nothing to add ?
delpan moddi forest edward others = good players
Same with markeloff's round.
if you put navi in the best form of there life against sk best form.. NAVI > SK
I still expect to see xek vs SK on de_mirage
btw, do you know, where I can find his POV?
Post edited 2012-01-25 11:23:47
Edit : Nevermind... found it... Here it is, if anyone wants it...
Post edited 2012-01-25 13:11:35
Victory went to the tournament not to someone who was good or bad day, the role played in the final preparation, rather than morale.
Post edited 2012-01-25 18:30:37
I just loved his PoV from this match.
Post edited 2012-01-25 23:08:21