The more round there are the more time there is for the team to truly prove who the better team is and the less likely it is a team will fluke it, simple logic, it hinges more on consistent quality rather than sporadic plays.
"the ONLY way a bo5 is good is if there is a close 5th map, which is what? 1/10 chance? and even then, the 4 previous maps were pointless snoozefests", No, by your logic you should have one map, what if one team wins the firs map and the other team win the second, well that was pointless, might aswell have one map by that logic, infact fuck it, one round, everyone gets 16k, we play one round and thats the winner.
The only way any series is good is if the game are good, the fact is it less likely that someone will fluke a Bo5 and it mean you have to have a deep map pool you cant get away with any holes in your pool or you will lose, thats how it should be.
In a Bo3 one team get lucky on one map and now you are one map away from losing, Bo3 has far too much of a luck element.
You really must have a potato for a brain.
You arent a real CS fan, thats proven by this statement, "the ONLY way a bo5 is good is if there is a close 5th map, which is what? 1/10 chance? and even then, the 4 previous maps were pointless snoozefests".