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"Dennis deserves a better team"
World DudeGuy96 
lol who needs Dennis? Godsent is looking great.
2017-11-23 15:08
NIP needs dennis
2017-11-23 15:09
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Finland Juzaa 
NIP doesn't need anyone atm.
2017-11-23 15:16
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United States ARKTYC 
If they change Xizt, NiP will go tier1
2017-11-23 15:21
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Sweden justz 
NiP is looking great, they just won a tourney and you want to change roster?
2017-11-23 15:23
They didn't look great at all even tho they managed to win IEM
2017-11-23 15:24
Ur kidding right? They destroyed group stage. I even called that if they play like this for rest of tourny they will win it I guarantee you didn't watch their games at all
2017-11-23 15:47
they already missed 2 majors
2017-11-23 16:11
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2017-11-23 16:16
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Germany FaZeUPkids 
and will miss the next one for sure
2017-11-23 18:20
tbh im very sure they will never play in major again, atleast not with this lineup
2017-11-23 19:36
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Sweden Alkob 
didnt look great :DDD 2-1 top1 and 3-2 top2
2017-11-23 16:10
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United States ARKTYC 
Yeah, but that's not enough. They do good with this roster as well, but with someone better than Xizt would do so much better. I don't trash talk Xizt, I only say there are better IGLs and riflers than Xizt atm.
2017-11-23 15:26
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Czech Republic Limewax 
100%
2017-11-23 16:13
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Slovakia ypsylonnn 
Look, I know xizt isnt the best IGL but I doubt dennis or anyone else from nip would be able to lead the team and keep having good stats
2017-11-23 15:26
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Austria iVolkan 
Xist and Dennis are aimwise close, but as IGL is Xizt a Tier higher
2017-11-23 16:19
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Germany Smelborp 
This. Dennis also explicitely stated he wont igl anymore and Imo NIPs teamchemistry is just perfect right now... Give them time, guys... theyll be considered top5 next year
2017-11-23 16:33
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Other iiii! 
Denis doesn't want to be igl again
2017-11-23 15:50
nip dont want "denis" aka german bot. I guess u mean deNNis ?
2017-11-23 15:53
wtf you talkings idiot omg denis bester than dennnnnnnnis
2017-11-23 16:18
''looking great'' , almost lost to UK
2017-11-23 15:11
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Turkey pardus 
godsent is shit. they just beat shittier navi
2017-11-23 15:11
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Belgium kinghsq 
-karrigan +dennis Karrigan as coach !
2017-11-23 15:11
godsent are looking great cuz they beat a mixed team?????????????????
2017-11-23 15:12
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Sweden chainylol 
they can only play train lol
2017-11-23 15:12
Dennis is a very good player not to mention how beatiful he is. => Freedom, gender equality, veganism, humans rights <=
2017-11-23 15:13
I posted on the Astralis news already; if dennis fills in for device he might actually consider going back to awping. I know that's a bit far fetched but I would really love to see that, it could maybe spark his game up a little. He started off as an awper and he was great with it. Plus the fact he is insane with pistols, he could try and go full Ksharp: awp-pistol havoc.
2017-11-23 15:14
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India StraightEdge 
Znajder was the problem, not Dennis
2017-11-23 15:13
If you read the article you should know dennis was a problem (not necessarily THE problem), he told straight up that he wasn't comfortable in the team at all so of course something like that is a problem.
2017-11-23 15:16
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Yugoslavia HLTV_BOSS 
nice bj lips fam. how often do u suck
2017-11-23 15:13
not as much as dennis
2017-11-23 15:14
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Yugoslavia HLTV_BOSS 
expected rekt
2017-11-23 15:15
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Sweden shrimpony 
After this i se dennis as a little princess. He said godsent played with no structure, they only played 3 months together so i dont know why he expected a new team to play like they had played 10 years with each other. So in my oppinion godsent deserves better then a little princess who thinks himself above the team.
2017-11-23 15:14
Not to mention that Dennis and Olofmeister wanted Fnatic to play less tactically and more "skillfully" and now he's suddenly saying that he doesn't like Godsent because they're not playing tactically.
2017-11-23 15:17
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Sweden shrimpony 
I thought dennis joining godsent would make them better but it made them worse, and also i felt like dennis came in like "i am the great dennis" and he stole disco doplans spot. disco doplan before dennis joined was great
2017-11-23 15:19
you mean disco doplan before fnatic was great
2017-11-23 16:18
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Sweden Trkmag 
Just wanna pinch in that structure and tactics are not the same thing. Every team needs structure
2017-11-23 15:20
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Sweden shrimpony 
yeah sure but he should have known going in that godsent is not as big of an organisation as fnatic and will not have all the bells and whistles he is used to working for a far larger organisation.
2017-11-23 15:23
Before larger orgs dennis played with smaller ones and of course he is perfectly aware of the difference. When dennis played with manne, pinne, keiz and HuggaN they were never even heard of, by anyone. They still rektered, that's why dennis was picked by SK to stand in for allen. A complete no name team, no salary and no nothing. Nothing but STRUCTURED play and practice.
2017-11-23 15:48
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Sweden shrimpony 
... Answe me this, when you got your first job and started making some real money, how much would you want to go back to study and make less to nothing. That is what makes this "he played for noname teams years ago" irrelevant
2017-11-23 15:52
Answer what exactly? Was that a question? You started talking about big orgs in a convo about dennis talking about lack of structure in GAME. The org doesn't mean anything here, it's not even part of the convo ffs.
2017-11-23 16:09
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Sweden shrimpony 
You dont understand what i mean? A bigger org makes the whole team more structured, in and outside the game. Dennis is used to a huge org with all the bells and whistles, now going back to a smaller one. Its like getting You first job and make some real money then going back to study and make none. Thats what i meant.
2017-11-23 16:14
Yes I do know what you mean, but you don't seem to get what I mean. Of course the differences between orgs can be massive, just like in workplaces. BUT, hear me now: what dennis was talking about structure was 100% about the team. Nothing to do with GODSENT as an org. When you join a team, you start talking with the guys, you start practicing with the guys, you start going through your strats and goals. As experienced a player as dennis is, he can tell when the team is on a different page than he is. And I know exactly what he means by that "individual plays" approach the rest of the players took apparently. It's called CB or Tonni. And that was what dennis was talking about.
2017-11-23 16:21
ROFL have you ever been on a just a little bit decent CS team?? It's not the organization's responsibility to make sure the team have structure in the way they play.
2017-11-23 16:20
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Sweden shrimpony 
No but it certantly helps. Like nip getting a mental coach and then 100% more structure. Im sure it was the org and not the players that brought him in. Im done with this conversation now.
2017-11-23 16:22
Back in the days, 1.6 times etc. where you probably didnt own a PC i guess. there were organizations but nothing to the extend of mental coaches, physics et cetera. Teams still had as good, if not better, structure than many of the big teams with all these kinds of opportunities. Just saying all things that organizations bring these day has nothing to do with the INGAME STRUCTURE
2017-11-23 16:23
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Sweden shrimpony 
...last time 1.6-have fun tournaments. cs:go- huge price money, huge corp behind you, huge preassure. STACKED as crasy with good teams. But yeah you are right the comp between 1-6 and go is the same enviroment.. wow. stop writing now.
2017-11-23 16:27
haha okay now you take it to environment and prize pool? gotta be fucking kidding now right. this only solidify my idea of that csgo is your first version ever. same environment joke LOL okaaay i wont even get started, u have plenty to study from 1.6, every team was dead serious, not as many money as now, but every pro team played their hearts out bb
2017-11-23 16:28
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Sweden shrimpony 
played 1.6 for 13 years. have played cs go maybe 6 months.
2017-11-23 16:29
then you didnt follow it alot or youre trying to win a discussion, cuz cs 1.6 was as competitive as csgo, just not so many money in it and streaming etc was pretty new back then. im out
2017-11-23 16:30
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Sweden shrimpony 
Played and watched 1.6. I now play and watch cs:go, and the structure and the tactics is way way way beyond what it ever was in 1.6. I have no idea why 1.6 was even brought in to this and why you seem to think like if you or me or anyone else has a backround in 1.6 should give you points, that is a childish mentality. The reality is a big corp brings structure to the players and that will reflect into the game.
2017-11-23 16:42
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Sweden shrimpony 
Like i see nip as a verry structured team, but its easier to have structure when the org is huge and you have mental coaches, tacticians, and large number of emplyees making the whole thing structured as a corp.
2017-11-23 15:26
That is a very different structure. The org is not your game ukno. Your org is your outside structure, your teammates and them alone are who make the structure of your game. Sure a coach chips in, but the org doesn't play any role in what dennis was talking about.
2017-11-23 15:44
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Sweden shrimpony 
It definitely plays a role, their is no denying it. But the problems in game, the reason i say little princess is because instead of working these things out he jumps ship after a super short period.
2017-11-23 15:49
Yeah it was a fairly short period of time. But I think a player like dennis can really have a well informed estimation about the lineup he plays with. The other thing is, well at least I think is, dennis trying to find a new angle to his own game. He started as an awper and since then has been an entry, the caller, a support rifler and everything in between. I know the dude a little bit and I think (can be very wrong here) that dennis would like to play a fairly aggressive awp. That was what he did back in the day, sort of randomly agro, sort of lurking awp and serve as a second caller at the same time.
2017-11-23 15:58
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Sweden shrimpony 
Yeah well now hes free to spread hes wings, unshackled from godsent i guess. What do you think about the new kid in town "hampus"?
2017-11-23 16:07
Hampus is not actually all that new, he has been a tryout for both NiP and fnatic before and was a pretty highly followed name hereabouts some years ago. I find him a decently good player but his problem is that he has not improved at all in years. He was just as good as he is now 4 years ago already. Nowadays he has way more experience obviously so who knows, maybe he finally breaks thru :D
2017-11-23 16:14
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Sweden shrimpony 
Meant new to the big scene. Btw let the other conversation go and do this cuz it was hard doing two at once and this is more interesting. The problem is godsent now has 2 slots opened. Pyth is an easy choise but for the last... The big names like olof and fribeg are doing international careers now so.. And dennis leaving. I just cannot figure out who the last could be. I dont see any rising swedish players right now
2017-11-23 16:17
I am pretty sure dennis has the experience to tell when a team is playing structured or not. 3 months is well enough time to get a read on how the rest of the team is approaching the game, how they practice, what are their points of focus and such. dennis is not a little princess for knowing he is FAR above GODSENT.
2017-11-23 15:19
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Sweden shrimpony 
You can think so but ther is no denying that when the great dennismeister joined they started doing worse.
2017-11-23 15:21
And that's exactly why there was a problem, the exact problem dennis himself mentioned; he wasn't at all in line with the rest of the team with how to play and practice. dennis is just way way too good for GODSENT.
2017-11-23 15:27
When he played in Fnatic they weren't really doing any more advance strats than what Godsent have been doing. I understand that if you play in a worse team you'll be doing worse but he definitely underperformed and I think even when he is performing he's overrated. People say he's a pistol god, but when you look at Dennis' stats for pistols and pistol round stats it's nothing even special; lots of pros have pistol rounds where they're heroes on occasion. Also, Twist and Disco Doplan played better in Fnatic too; so it's not like you're an amazing player just because you played on Fnatic.
2017-11-23 15:33
Well that's a whole other thing, fnatic being a very different team compared to GODSENT. fnatic clearly was a team dennis liked to play in, no doubt, but it became obvious it was not the perfect team for him. You have to keep in mind that the differences on the very top level are slight, mad slight. That is why we have seen mad shuffles throughout the history of the game. During GO period, the daneshuffle became pretty legendary. Them frogs have done the exact same as of late, and the Swedes too. That still doesn't mean any player in all of those shuffles were necessarily not good enough a player, rather he was not suitable. I do believe dennis is well skilled enough to play in a very top team. I played with dennis a lot before he went pro, like with SKYTTEN and flusha too. I know dennis has everything it takes to be among the very best.
2017-11-23 15:40
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Sweden shrimpony 
#25 #29
2017-11-23 15:38
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Spain JasonRacism 
Twist is looking good * And i'm pretty sure Freddieb is no longer IGL so that's why he is now fragging well
2017-11-23 15:19
actually what GODSENT needed was -znajder and +a real IGL like hampus if it was dennis instead of pyth in this line-up GODSENT would be even better
2017-11-23 15:21
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Portugal RKO23 
optic.
2017-11-23 16:10
Dennis will replace Karrigan eventualy 100%%
2017-11-23 16:11
LOL stfu, godsent is winning some games Against tier 4 teams and HLTV autist are already making this kind of stupid thread
2017-11-23 16:19
Dennis is GOD
2017-11-23 16:32
looking great? they are just beating up random shit teams
2017-11-23 16:43
They are playing agains shit tier teams ofc they can look good in WESG
2017-11-23 16:43
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Portugal Focus1337iwnl 
I think he can build a team around him, Fox, Rubino, Kioshima and Jkaem per example like the old Kinguin/G2 times but without Rain and Scream, top 20 team for sure
2017-11-23 18:17
+1
2017-11-23 18:37
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