Depends how you look at the situation, tons of money in the scene right now.
People were saying Flusha was cheating in 2015 when the prize pools were much smaller and there were less events overall think about that.
Also I'm just observing his mouse movements, play style, movement overall, game sense, how he reads plays, his flicks with awp, the wall bangs he was hitting on Nuke last event (f0dders favourite thing to do was wall banging on Nuke).
I'm not attaching a bias to the player, for example I really like Flusha but I'm looking past who it is and just looking at the demo's and games of them playing.
The moment you have some emotional attachment is the moment you can no longer thing clearly and give unbiased opinions.
People think he's just getting way better, the guy was always a tier 1 level player since forever in this game you think he would randomly become 10x better than he used to be? Since Liquid these movements have been happening, that's the earliest I noticed before that I did not see him doing this type of shit in his demo's when I reviewed old Hellraisers and F3 demos.
The fact also he has a completely toxic personality for most of his career, now he's playing the nice guy, it's just too many external factors that play into this not just the blatant aimlocks, shaky crosshair, flicks, wallbangs etc he does consistently.
I remove the name from the clips and put Flusha on them and everyone will 100% say it's cheats, it's a double standard but at the end of the day I respect everyone's opinion.