yo wtf mens, why can't jermans do english subs?
Thanks for linking my interview, it was a pleasure talking to CHEF-KOCH. I'm sorry that I didn't create subtitles :( I'll do a documentary about the German CS 1.6 scene and yes, I'll do subs then :D
Interesting part is practice : everyone had to play in the role of the other players. Because it is easy to critize but to play the same situation teach a lot.
Other part : with higher salary most player lose eager. Today many hold their hand opens but doesn't give their best.
He critized the last attax team a bit when he talked about salary
I can also do some translations:
- He didn't want to name the best CS 1.6 player, but NEO and Potti were really strong in his opinion. SpawN was also a tough player he said.
- He talked about his salary in CS 1.6 and he didn't had a 4-figure salary ever in his career, but sometimes he earned 2k€ a month. This is because of the prize money he won. They had a "small" salary playing for aTTaX, but they received a large amount of the prize money they won.
- Winning the WSVG 2006 was "just crazy". CHEF-KOCH said that their mix team was the complete underdog and before the tournament started they just wanted to win one match. He still has the rolex that every player received back in the days, but he doesn't wear it ;-).
- He had some offers from mousesports, but stayed at Alternate.
- Fun fact: He was born and raised in Poland and moved to Germany in his childhood. He still can speak and understand Polish and he talked to the Pentagram guys like Taz or NEO in Polish back in the days. "But they had to talk slowly so I could understand it", CHEF-KOCH said.
legend i used to like a lot this player
I'll do some more CS "Legends" interviews with German players in the future. So I guess you're interested in subs? I'll try to do some in the future ;)