Thats actually the funny but sad part, that they do not care about cheaters when it comes to us - the regular players. Even with Jamppi, he is completely allowed to play cs. Lets say that he is a cheater. Valve does nothing to allow him to play with and against us. So this means they only care about cheaters in pro-scene. Why not care a bit for the rest of the scene also?
If Valve would actually care about cheaters, they would require an actual identification during account creation, so that it would from hard to impossible to create a new account if you get banned. But they dont really want people to get banned, they allow anyone to just create new account, continue playing, maybe learn a bit by loosing their skins etc.
I also know that source2 update will be part of CSGO and not a new game, but that change is the same going from cs 1.6 to cs source or to cs go. So basically there are pro-players who have been in a similar situation, being banned in earlier versions of the game, and the only difference is if it has a different title on steam library? :>
So I'm not saying Jamppi should be unbanned nor that he should be banned. Its just really annoying that a very talented player is not allowed to play, while in very similar conditions you have almost half the pro-scene who are allowed to play, and it feels like they are allowed because nobody knew they had accounts in their names when they became pro's and Valve doesn't want to ban established pros because it would hurt the game. Double standards.
Either create a fair environment where the punishment fit the crime or just ban every single player ever cheated for life, and to be honest if the argument is "once a cheater, always a cheater" it shouldn't matter if they cheated on any steam game, even if they cheated at a fucking school exam, every cheater banned for life.