liquid, c9, clg are 10x times better than sk on nuke becuz nuke has been their perma ban forever and they never pick it against them becuz 1st both teams ban 2 maps and then they both pick 1 map from the 3 maps that are left
Here are the rules:
7.3 Best-of-One Matches - Regular Season
Both teams send a priority list for each match (maps listed in “order of preference”
1-7) and four vetoes go through A-B-B-A from those lists. Out of the remaining
three, two maps will be played.
7.4 Best-of-One Matches – Finals
Ban A – 2 Bans B – 2 Bans A –
Ban B – Remaining map is being played
7.5 Best-of-Three Matches
In case of Best-of-Three matches, both Teams remove one map alternately, after
that each Team will pick one map. The Team with the better seeding can decide
who has to start the process. To decide the last map both Teams once again remove
one map alternately, the last map will be used as third map if needed. Each Team
can pick their starting side on the opponent’s map pick and on the third map a kniferound
will be played to decide starting sides.
7.6 Best-of-Five Matches
Ban A - Ban B - Pick A - Pick B - Pick A - Pick B - remaining map is being played
as decider map, if required.
Draft of 18 August 2017
7.7 Map veto process - Finals
For offline BO1 matches, map veto process has to be done 10 minutes before
scheduled match start. For offline BO3 matches, map veto process has to be done
30 minutes before scheduled match start. Map veto process can be done earlier if
the admin and both teams agree. The time at which the map veto process is being
done does not warrant the exact start time of the match. Only two selected people
from each team can participate in the map veto process. During the map veto
process, first statement coming from the team towards the admin will count as ban
or pick and it cannot be reverted. Each team has only a total of 150 seconds to make
all of their picks and bans, which can be split up on the single steps as teams prefer.
When the time expires, the remaining picks and/or bans will be randomised by the
they wanna test the limits of their map pool, see how well they can play on it. maybe if they play well with old timers like niko guardian and olof they can replace it with one of their worse maps like train or nuke
Well, they are ambicious and they want to be good at every single map it is a good strat to play it on Pro league and then watch the demos to keep improving on their weak map. For being the best you need to improve your weaknesses.