im a cs fanboy, there a lot of players i like and not a lot of players i dislike because im not an overly emotional teenager who gets upset by this or that twitter post. unlike yourself, my long term memory is just fine and i still remember a few years back when s1mple was playing on TL and later when he's joined navi how he's been criticized by everyone for being overly aggressive and generally a braindead player who took too many risks and overextended too much. fast forward a few years and s1mple has become one of the best clutch players in the world. he's also one of the strongest aggressive awpers currently. a few years back we had jw, kenny and guardian. nowadays it's mainly s1mple and zywoo.
im not so petty as to be mad about s1mple becoming a more passive player. he might win less rounds for his team single-handedly like he did back in f3 but he also loses less rounds single-handedly like he did in TL. seems like a fair trade off to me.
btw, you do realize the "raid boss" strat was popularized ages ago. im not sure which team started to do it first but fnatic were especially famous for using it a lot. they'd have olof buy an armor and drop him a tec9. does that mean olof was a baiter or somehow exploited his teammates? if you are mentally handicaped, perhaps, to a rational person it's quite obvious why they did that and why it was olof getting the drop and not pronax. oh and you forgot to mention that on the 2nd pistol round they've dropped boombl4 a cz and he bought an armor. is boombl4 also a baiter / team exploiter or could it be that they are following a certain strategy?