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how can a single country have so many fucking players? like holy shit every nanosecond 20 danes go pro.
2021-03-05 01:34
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Estonia whosmans
viking blood is superior
2021-03-05 01:37
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Brazil HazzyS
flag doesn't checks outs
2021-03-05 01:40
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Poland TaZ_is_bald
who?
2021-03-05 01:38
it's easy, you pick 10 rich people in a small place and you will have 3 or 4 that turns into a pro
2021-03-05 01:38
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sweden = same living conditions as denmark but 10x less players just doesn't make sense
2021-03-05 01:40
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Sweden chris444
maybe swedes are just tired of cs go these days?
2021-03-05 01:43
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interesting theory.
2021-03-05 01:44
swedes have alot of players wtf, they always had alot of players just now denmark has more
2021-03-05 01:46
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idk, i havent seen proper swedish rosters in a long time. lilmix and young ninjas ?
2021-03-05 01:47
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alot of tier 3-4 rosters, just maybe now they drop to tier 5 or somth :D
2021-03-05 01:48
HAHAH what are u even talking about? sweden has a shitton of players, they just don't break into tier 1 because NiP and fnatic stuck with their old rosters for soooo fucking long without bringing new talent. they need AWPers in swedish cs. its been unlucky. and btw, you know that CS scenes change drastically depending on time right? Sweden was the absolute dominating country from 2013-2016, then in 2016 BRA71L started to dominate... Then Astralis era. i think Sweden still has as many major wins as Denmark in CSGO even. and Sweden has by far the most major final appearances in CSGO out of any country still as far as i know. And you know Sweden is still the best CS country of all time? Even though the scene has been bad for a while.
2021-03-05 01:50
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swedish CS is cool but their scene has stagnated. they haven't achieved anything cool recently. though historically yeah definitely yes no matter how many majors you win you can never beat going 32-0 in maps
2021-03-05 01:51
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yes, but u understand that the reason is because 1. there is no good proven AWPers, and fnatic just completely refuses to kick JW to give a chance to a new AWPer to become something. and also, it just happened that fnatic players lost their form over time. astralis players didn't. and they found the worlds best IGL on top of that. it's just unlucky. denmark has 1 team making them great (astralis). its really insane that the astralis players didn't lose their form after all these years. that's just pure luck. sweden has some absolutely top tier players. Brollan, Plopski, REZ, Krimz. it's just unlucky that they have to play with shit awpers.
2021-03-05 01:56
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they can always beg draken to return from Valorant kappa
2021-03-05 02:00
Dennmark is making profits after 5 years of us laughing at their fucking farm/academy tier5 rosters. guys like Hunden having a great voice in that process. now ofc they have so many players and to be honest, i think it could be a better (right now, not historically) danish team than Astralis: imagine Konfig, BlameF, Valde... ¿Karrigan?
2021-03-05 01:40
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igl only team except for konfig pog
2021-03-05 01:42
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imagine. HAHAHHAA but i mean, Karrigan with BlameF could work and could make a lot of sense. Karrigan is a guy that needs always a second and third voice in the team and BlameF can also micromanage the opposite site player (like NBK but good) Valde as support Konfig as main rifler Blame lurker and defending the site with 5 player AWp? not an easy question: Acor, Farlig?
2021-03-05 01:44
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I think some fresher blood should be tried. larsen looked kinda cool in riders
2021-03-05 01:45
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that was a funny joke. nah, im joking, solid guy with good future but my man looked lost af. but maybe with good micro he can be great. but, i think guys like Zywoo only appear once a generation and you basically cant find young awpers ready to give a 1.2X/1.3X rating from the get go
2021-03-05 01:53
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yeah, but I think the best approach you can have with new talent is to stick them with experienced players. what fnatic are doing with Jackinho is dope
2021-03-05 01:58
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i think they are doing things correctly. JW is passing the legacy the good way: by not throwing a new guy into the awp positions and expect him to face behemoths like S1mple, dev1ce or Zywoo. maybe they could make something similar with larsen and konfig
2021-03-05 02:05
imagine konfig, blamef, valde, teses and stavn
2021-03-05 01:43
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solid top5
2021-03-05 01:44
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no awper solid top 5, would be historical
2021-03-05 01:46
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i think stavn is making that transition and he put him as an awper.
2021-03-05 01:47
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maybe inside information i just dont have
2021-03-05 01:47
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i dont see that happening :p
2021-03-05 01:49
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i mean, he is great with the awp as a second awper but that extra step is so hard to achieve what change would you make? -teses +acor???
2021-03-05 01:50
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y i think acor is the second best awper in denmark, he has huge potential still. i dont expect him to do too well in mouse though, he needs a bit more of a structured team with a "strict" igl (not that he wont have any freedom, but an igl and coach that actually put up a good gameplan).
2021-03-05 01:56
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like Karrigan maybe? lets see how Dexter works
2021-03-05 01:57
konfig. blamef, valde, esetag, acor. fucking nuts
2021-03-05 01:45
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godddddddddddddd yesssss i need that. please c9 go danish and invest some real money
2021-03-05 01:47
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this could be awesome, also because its made out of danes that is spread out on international teams. So it would be astralis, heroic and this line-up to represent denmark
2021-03-05 01:49
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yep, i would support that lineup as a hard fan
2021-03-05 01:49
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y, its not impossible considering c9 and mouse´s future is questionable atm. valde is not going anywhere before they played with niko for a while though. but i expect a big player shuffle after stockholm major
2021-03-05 01:52
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maybe es3tag can make some pressure: or also OG going danish. but both OG and C9 have great IGLs in Aleksi and a decent one still finding his identity as an individual in Alex: maybe CoL? imagine one "this results wont be tolerated" and they keep BlameF and Konfig and start building around them also the guy that is left on MadLions TMB can be a great player
2021-03-05 01:56
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the line up would defenitly go under CoL banner, blameF and jason in CoL is going to stick together im certain. the level of trust they build to each other is irreplaceable considering how well and consistent blamef have been aswell. BlameF has the controle Niko had in Faze, blameF is just 10x the leader and tactician and therefor it actually works. i think and has always thought that Alex was the most overrated IGL in tier 1 cs, he was carried by "zywoos honeymoon period". its hard to judge him fairly with the current c9 line-up though, as they are just not good enough as individuals. TMB has potential for sure, its unfortunate he landed on ML though, it seems pretty dier for them atm
2021-03-05 02:08
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3/3 regarding CoL, i think it will come the moment: literally BlameF is a dude to build around. he is fragging and calling so good. Alex is overrated, 2019 was more Zywootality than 2020, i dont know if stats can back me up, but i speak from ApeX Pov in the interview with Thorin where he said they are trying not to be more Zywwotality with the perfect balance between relying heavily on your star player but also in the team as a unit and the TMB question is open, im not sure if an international team is good for a developing player cuz it feels like in tier2 or 3 sometimes the line between FPL mixes and teams is not so visible
2021-03-05 02:24
its very acceptable to be a gamer from young age in Denmark and almost everyone plays it for hours after school and on weekends. Most play it religiously
2021-03-05 01:58
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2021-03-05 02:02
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gamers are not an oppressed group here :)
2021-03-05 15:37
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