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We present you a highlight of an amazing round by Japanese player Junya "Noppo" Taniguchi, that took place during the final of Asia E-Sports Cup between his myRevenge team and Asking Questions from Singapore.
After losing the first best-of-three series in the grand final, myRevenge.jp still had a chance to take first place in the Asia E-Sports Cup due to coming from the upper bracket. A tight schedule at the Tokyo Game Show meant that the second series was not going to be played in best-of-three format, but instead it will be only one map to decide it all.
The deciding map was de_nuke and after an already tight first half, neither team was able to go into a bigger lead after the sides changed either, so the score stood at 10-10. Junya "Noppo" Taniguchi stepped onto the scene at that moment, facing a tough 3-on-5 situation, he pulled off an ace with three amazing wallbangs to turn the round around and seemingly give his team the needed push.
After that round, myRevenge.jp quickly brought the match to a close, winning 16-11 and getting to take the 800,000¥ (~$10,000) cheque home.
You can download the HLTV demo here.
|Player:|| Junya "Noppo" Taniguchi
|Match:|| myRevenge vs Asking Questions
|Final result:||16:11 (8:7; 8:4)|
|Map:||de_nuke (fourth map)
|Event:||Asia E-sports Cup 2012
|Action situation:||Score tied 10:10, 3on5
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Just loved the commentating :D OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH KAMEEEEEEHAMEEEEEEEEEEHAAAAAAAAAAAAAA :D
Post edited 2012-09-24 17:30:40
noppo wallbanged two spots where he already knew(btw the third wallbang was a stupid move from T)
you will understand that he could and should plant behind the box, but decided to stay in the very same position where his mate was wallbanged
Anyway great move by Noppo
but hey, i forgot one detail: noppo's was @lan. hence i changed my mind
1st wb: skill. sprayed where he heard.
2nd wb: skill. with less 10 bullets he dragged his spray to kill another guy that he heard.
3rd wb: brain. i mean, an usual spam spot, but he supposed the guy would go there after planting.
4th: skill. great move + aim
5th wb: brain (+stupid T)
1st: brain. position advantage
2nd wb: brain. known spam spot, he just hoped to get luck.
3rd wb: brain. T was afraid of the door
4th wb: brain (+stupid T)
5th: brain. T was killing another guy
my point is, he played smart, but i think n0thing show much more skill, which makes it better for me.
ps. damn, i really do anything to avoid studying...
Kudos man :)
btw Japanese commentators are better than this shitty music : )
burger version: n0thing
wonton version: forget
sushi version: Noppo
So you (or someone else) watch highlight of 15 years old game's frags. And the first thing comes into your mind is that it can't be repeated in CS:GO? Really?
I'm still waiting you to realise that CS:GO and 1.6 can't be compared
1>why j3di from CSS is trying to make the recoil like 1.6 and CSS.
2>People want the movement to be improved to make it closer to CSS/1.6
3>People who participated in BETA gave thousands of feedback to make the game closer to CSS/1.6
4>Flinching was added by Valve to make it feel like 1.6.
Do i need to give more examples or you are too retarded to understand what i said above?
And yes, it cant be repeated in CS:GO and i am sad about it because as you can see in the highlight, it requires so much skill and experience and it makes 1.6 stand apart from other CS titles in a better way.
So it can be compared to 1.6 for this reason.
I'm really skeptical about education in India...
So it can be compared to 1.6 for this reason.
As per the punctuation used in your sentence(Full stop). Unless you meant something else? Well, in that case i can make a guess about the education level in your country.
Post edited 2012-09-24 17:51:28
I'm seeing this on top of the Match Page of VG Vs NiP
What do these percentages mean?
25% means a quarter. It's half from 50%, easy calculation; 50/2=25. It means every 25 people out of 100.
E: They mean "Man of the match" votes :)
Post edited 2012-09-24 18:16:37
waiting for it to be deleted :D
soooo sick and smart play by asian player
Post edited 2012-09-24 21:18:05
there wouldn't be any interest if lurppis made a simple ace vs a japanese team.
this performance by him was far extraordinary, this proves that noppo really played for a really long time.
strange enough, noppo have been a star in asian cs since 2007 and havent been that major outside asia :D
but he has some experience from playing below swedish semipro so he definately learned how to play over the years that gone since speeder attended events :)
Asians and their wallbangs. :|