lol at this self-proclaimed "pro" being utterly clueless.
"they played with Rytter (a Saucer) as Stand-In and like I already said: 1 week after their last 1.6 tournament and with almost zero hours in CS:GO"
-My point was that they tried playing together with the same people they had in 1.6 and it didn't work, so MODDI left and joined a Source team. What you said has nothing to do with my point. I have to seriously question your reading comprehension on this part.
"yeah, beside Alternate (winner of CPH 2012 in Sauce), n!faculty, the rattlesnake-team, Lemondogs,..."
-Rattlesnakes team was not at this tournament, you are an idiot. Rattlesnakes team is overrated individuals, where do you see them on the teams list? Also, Alternate didn't win CPH in 2012, they came in at second. Rattlesnake's team won CPH in 2012. Pretty hilarious how you have to make things up. n!faculty is a bad Source team and I've never even heard of Lemondogs before CS:GO. You act like they were really good at CSS or something, which they weren't. BUT ESC and NaVi were supposedly really good at 1.6, look where they finished!
"VG is always going to have more time played than ESC and NaVi because they started earlier,"
Like that wouldn't be a huge advantage..."
-Your inability to form reasonable sentences isn't unique to yourself, for it seems to be inherent in the 1.6 community. Anyone who started playing CS:GO during the BETA before others is always going to have an advantage. It's the same for all aspects of life, the person who started first will always have that small advantage. Does it really matter when you play the game 12 hours a day for months on end, get paid a full salary, don't have a job or go to school and are a "professional" gamer? Nope. But go ahead, keep making up whatever excuses you need for your awful talentless 1.6 legends who continue to fail.
"As if Anexis and VG wouldn't have practiced hard...
I wouldn't be surprised if VG actually practiced harder than ESC."
-Look at this crap you have to make up to defend your teams. You're really going to defend ESC getting dominated by saying VG practiced harder? Are you that desperate? You are such an idiot it honestly makes my brain hurt. How can someone be so delusional that they can make claims like "1.6>>>>saucers!!" and then have to resort to their 1.6 legends not "practicing enough", even though they have full sponsors, paid salaries and literally devote THEIR LIVES to the game. You are pathetic.
"yeah, it's not like the ESC guys and Navi placed higher than hundreds of Saucers. there were just a handful of Saucers placed higher and if ESC would have taken the last game serious (with more than 4h of sleep)...."
-You love talking about how ESC and Navi placed higher than a few source teams when they got demolished by the only two notable teams there. I said this before, n!faculty was never a top tier Source team and Alternate was mildly disappointing. Lemondogs wasn't even known in CSS so it's laughable you even bring them up. Those teams were not nearly as dominant in CSS as ESC or NaVi were in 1.6.
I think you've proven how stupid your community is. There are literally thousands of morons like you all over this site. Your excuses for your legendary teams sucking dick are simple generalizations that are most likely untrue. When you're literally PAID to play a fucking video game, you aren't allowed to use excuses like "not enough practice, need more time". NaVi and ESC are fully sponsored teams who literally play all day every day. That's all they do. mousesports.uk, when they utterly dominated ESC at Dreamhack, had barely practiced at all prior to the event. They showed up and dominated ESC who played so much prior to it. You are a sad little cunt who has to cling to delusions about video game grandeur simply because you played (and probably sucked at) 1.6 for a couple of years. 1.6 players are not better than css players, CS:GO proves this and the people who fabricate excuses for the contrary are insecure homers.