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playArt has managed to win WCG Pan-American games for the third consecutive time, defeating Jordan "n0thing" Gilbert's American squad 2-1 (16-2 de_nuke, 16-19 de_train, 16-14 de_dust2).
Brazilian playArt and Ultimax Gaming USA faced each other first in group A where their match ended in a draw. The Brazilian's better round difference secured them the first place in the group, while Peruvian ArtyK defeated the Canadian squad to top group B.
Semi-finals were absolutely dominated by the two big dogs as well, as playArt only allowed Kory "semphis" Friesen's Canadian squad a mere six rounds over two maps in a best-of-three series on de_inferno and de_train. Ultimax Gaming also quickly demolished ArtyK with a 16-6 win on de_inferno and a 16-2 massacre on de_train, setting up the awaited grand final between Brazil and USA once again.
Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo's team started off on their strongest map de_nuke with a convincing 16-2 win. Second map was de_train where playArt had gamepoint at 15-11, but UMX fought back led by Braxton "swag" Pierce's close to 20 frags counter-terrorist half on the way to an overtime win.
It all came down to de_dust2 where UMX won the opening pistol round. However, a critical mistake in letting go off a defuse by Nazar "steno" Vynnytsky allowed playArt to jump up to an early lead. The two sides continued trading rounds, with playArt leading 9-6 at half.
Pierce scored three kills on the second half's pistol round as well, helping even up the score at nine a piece. Toledo's squad picked up the game however, showing strong defensive play to go up 15-11. Although UMX once again started a comeback, this time it wasn't enough as playArt went on to win 16-14.
WCG Pan-American Games 2012 final standings:
1. playArt (bit, bruno, FalleN, fnx, shemp) - $5,000
2. UMX (kiko, n0thing, sobo, steno, swag) - $2,500
3. ArtyK (BOLA1, durst, Hadrok, Mokoton, Pock) - $1,500
4. Canada (ele1Nt, Grt, lars, semphis, Tee)
This marks the third consecutive win at WCG Pan-Am for the Brazilian squad with Jordan "n0thing" Gilbert being at the other end of that streak each year, unable to win a title for USA.
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Post edited 2012-08-27 00:03:13
its my opinion. why should i keep silence? facepalm
i should stop drinking...
Post edited 2012-08-26 23:03:00
Best monitores are BENQ XL2410T, not CRT.
i have had a benq xl2410t at home for almost a year (and by your logic the 2420t would be better), and a crt IS way better than it is.
So why u used it for 1 year if CRT is better?
i've used the benq because tournaments use lcd, i plugged in my crt for some esl online qualifiers though, because it's so much better.
U always talk to people here like u are better then everybody. U can be SURE u are not.
Respect my opinion, doesnt matter if u are famous or HLTV.org admin, or been to a milion of tourneys. That just dont make u owner of reason.
If i want to move my chair to see other monitors and prefer my monitor then any CRT u just need to respect that.
He should respect everyone.
lcd 120hz > crt
pd: yes, the coverage was very poor
Post edited 2012-08-26 23:41:11
And that notebooks were better than computers in gamegune.
This reminds me of ESC on WCG vs swedes, swedes always losing against us.
yeah, for sure you are polish xD
the image i mean
Post edited 2012-08-27 10:50:06
plus the fact that you cant really change the position of where you want your screen to be
Post edited 2012-08-27 00:12:19
Time to change the brazilian counter striker, more chance for another players...
ps random post :D
btw the organization counted it as win for pA http://www.ligasamsung.cl/index.php?option=com_lig..
Mix nation teams are the future, or already are IMO...
Post edited 2012-08-27 13:13:03
but WCG PA basically is trash, so for the real big important events mix nations teams are definitely the future
Post edited 2012-08-28 22:29:47