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Biggest upset of all time?
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Sweden quacke 
Simple question - what game was the biggest upset of all time?
2021-02-27 19:45
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c9 - faze boston 2018
2021-02-27 19:46
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+1 no way clown 9 should have won lol.
2021-02-27 19:47
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skadoodle effect
2021-02-27 19:48
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Finland zntei
Cloud9 has done it, how have they done that? They came back all the way, all the way.
2021-02-27 19:51
#9
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United States breasts
really unfortunate if all those guys other than olof of course end their careers with 0 majors, which is quite likely
2021-02-27 20:47
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Sweden quacke
GuardiaN already lost his shot. NiKo most likely as well given the free fall G2 are in right now. No way he can keep up performance like that for the 1-2 years required for G2 to recover. rain and karrigan still have an outside chance, we don't know how much karrigan and Twistzz joining FaZe will improve them, if they're lucky, and Astralis + Vitality + NaVi don't improve massively, they have a shot at the Stockholm Major or the coming Majors in 2022. But it's too early to call.
2021-02-28 01:45
-1 Gambit defeating Astralis in the Krakow was
2021-02-28 02:10
Maybe the Vega Squadron vs NiP on Major
2021-02-27 19:46
Probably the Soviets losing in the 1980 olympics to the USA in hockey
2021-02-27 19:48
Man, idk i could say like C9 on boston major Winding on WESG 2017, beat both MIBR with cold and felps and G2
2021-02-27 19:51
fnatic losing to Wizards on inferno about 5 years ago
2021-02-27 20:44
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Sweden quacke
Was it online or LAN?
2021-02-28 01:45
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#31
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Sweden DanDolme
Online
2021-02-28 03:29
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#36
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Sweden quacke
Not as surprising then, fnatic were dogshit Online before 2020. Still shouldn't have lost I guess.
2021-03-01 09:19
Damn i won like 120$ on csgolounge on this one Such a nostalgia
2021-02-28 05:08
#10
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Turkey goKO_
SS vs SK ESL Cologne 2018 map cache 16-14
2021-02-27 20:49
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belo horizonte
2021-03-03 13:25
#11
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Hong Kong RiggedCS
2021-02-27 21:00
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#14
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Sweden quacke
With hindsight it's not as big of an upset, v1c7oR and bubble went on to win WESG, but yeah it's a big upset for the time.
2021-02-28 01:46
tyloo > sk at malmo
2021-02-28 01:50
Astralis - ENCE @IEM Katowice 2019 for sure
2021-02-28 01:57
Kinguin Vs Virtus Pro 16-0 was pretty funny
2021-02-28 01:57
there was a match fnatic vs. mouz in 2014/2015, but I can't find it. I remember the csgolounge odds were 97% / 3% and mouz won. edit: I think it was a bo1 on de_season
2021-02-28 01:58
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“bo1 on de_season” some big upsets have happened with that title
2021-02-28 02:02
#19
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Denmark JKTP
Me getting my ass out of bed this morning
2021-02-28 02:01
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Sweden quacke
Yeah, definitely a big upset, though with what we now know about the inner working of ENCE, it's insane to think what could have happened if the team didn't fall apart internally... Could have been the best in the world.
2021-02-28 02:42
#22
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Brazil hugoooo
hltv.org/matches/2320913/cloud9-vs-teamo.. #56 beating #2 (Major champs at the time) bo3 on lan This was before they moved to NA btw. A perfect comparison for 2021 would be if the current Sharks (#55, playing in Brazil only) beats Astralis or Na'Vi on a bo3 on lan.
2021-02-28 02:08
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#27
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Sweden quacke
Yeah, it's insane, although I know the C9 players have talked a lot about how demotivated they got after their Major win, and how even before winning the Major the team was falling apart. Still a really interesting game.
2021-02-28 02:43
#24
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
fnatic winning the very first Major was most probably the biggest upset of all-time. I guess the timeframe probably paints a different story, but you have no idea how favoured NiP were to win that event and in comes another Swedish team from nowhere and wins the entire thing... It was amazing to see live.
2021-02-28 02:20
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#25
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Sweden quacke
I wasn't around to watch that game but with hindsight I would have loved to see that, even being an NiP fan. Devilwalk winning a major vs f0rest and GeT_RiGhT in 2013? Sounds absolutely insane even today.
2021-02-28 02:40
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#29
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United Kingdom Jonty04l32
If you can find the vods on I think the DreamHack YouTube channel? It is actually a pretty good watch even by todays standards of CS:GO. :D The nostalgia is unbelievable looking back at 2013 CS:GO... It was like a completely different game back then.
2021-02-28 02:46
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#30
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Sweden quacke
Yeah, the only map I never experienced in it's old version was Train, I started playing CS about 4 months after it was updated, and it might not be so surprising to hear that I don't really like the old style. But I actually kind of miss the old Inferno.
2021-02-28 02:52
OG vs PSG.LGD at Ti8 Final map4
2021-02-28 02:45
#33
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Russia VelsVivard
G2 VS. VP @ DreamHack 2015 Cluj Napoca Major quarter finals, literally everyone present picked VP. They almost took nV down as well, which is remembered as the most intense and thrilling semi finals at the Major ever.
2021-02-28 05:13
publiclir vs g2 clg v fnatic wizards vs vp? i forget chiefs vs north vega vs faze, nip
2021-02-28 05:15
vega vs nip
2021-02-28 05:23
Stewie..is...on his own... but look at the time!! look at the time!! OOOOOOH!
2021-03-01 09:24
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