Since some new and unexperienced matchmaking players in my last thread started claiming it's just a coincidence, i'll post a few more flusha clips aswell as many other blatant cheating clips from the past, just to show people who weren't following CS those days that cheating was blatantly present.
Note that these was couple of years ago and these aimlocks rarely happen these days, cheats are coded and made way better these days, i'm just trying to show everyone the fact that cheating was present on pro scene and there is no reason why it couldn't be present these days, players who cheated mostly got away with it but that doesn't mean they should keep getting the support of the community.
Pro's talking about flusha and other pros cheating:
Flusha's aimlocks explained (watch this if you don't understand how these low fov aimbots worked: youtube.com/watch?v=xgH9YMTct84
Flusha few more clips: youtube.com/watch?v=Fri9uy9gSw8
Thoorin and Richard Lewis discussing these clips: youtube.com/watch?v=2tfyHmyjC9w
Subroza (an upcoming talent) cheating online aswell as high tier lans:
Thooring on Subroza clips: youtube.com/watch?v=_qlia9x4yKM
k0nfig blatant failed aimlocks:
There are of course many more, search for them yourselves.
tl;d cheating was blatantly present on pro CS:GO scene in 2014-2016 because older cheats weren't coded as good as the new ones, and to be honest, it was getting ridiculous to see those blatant aimlock fails. youtube.com/watch?v=2rE2bij8pDU