Top 20 players of 2013: Nico (14)

Nicolaj "Nico" Jensen spearheaded Western Wolves to early success at Mad Catz Vienna and Copenhagen Games, and later came back to make an impact in Copenhagen Wolves. As the Best AWPer of the year the Dane takes up the 14th spot in our Top 20 of 2013 by

Basic info and history

Nicolaj "Nico" Jensen has no shortage of experience, as he started his rise to the top several years ago in CS:Source, but it was only in 2012 that he made his breakthrough when he returned to Copenhagen Wolves and finished 5th-6th at that year's Copenhagen Games, one of the most competitive events in the history of CS:S.

Later he teamed up with some of the best known Danish players such as Henrik "FeTiSh" Christensen and Bo "wantz" Vestergaard in a new incarnation of the Wolves, but in September of 2012 when the organization decided to refocus on CS:GO, he was the only one from the lineup willing to switch.

Together with Lukas "gla1ve" Rossander he formed a new squad which went on to top their group at DreamHack Winter 2012. However, a convincing loss to British side mousesports followed in the quarter-final, and later the team failed to make it through the group stage at THOR Open, so in December they were released from the organization.

Jensen and Rossander quickly found a place in Jacob "Pimp" Winneche's Anexis, who had also been underperforming at that time. While Jensen himself had shown potential with the big green back in CS:S, as well as in those first few events in CS:GO, his AWP would finally come to prominence with this lineup in the early events of 2013.

They started by finishing fourth in Fnatic FragOut CS:GO league, only behind NiP, and VeryGames, and then in preparations for the first big event they won a local title in the league.

Those were both good signs ahead of Mad Catz Vienna, where the team was placed in a group with VeryGames, ALTERNATE and logiX. They beat the two German teams with second-half comebacks, and then to everyone's surprise overran VG 16-4 to top the group, with Jensen leading the charge (22:8, 1.61 rating, 14 AWP kills).

After disposing of another German team in the quarter-final, TCM-Gaming, they ran into VeryGames once again in what was expected to be a swift revenge by the wounded Frenchmen. But the Danes came out on top again, now beating their opponents in a best-of-three series to move on to the final (16-12, 9-16, 16-13).

They couldn't match the invincible NiP though, losing to the Swedes 13-16, 5-16, but Anexis had shown what they are capable of. As the team's primary weapon, Jensen's AWP was the main reason they made it that far, as after an impecable group stage, he put up 26 AWP kills in the series with TCM, 32 in the semis versus VG and another 19 against NiP in the final.

Nico (farthest on the left) with his first notable CS:GO cheque

In total he had the event's highest 122 AWP kills for a 0.46 per round average, which ended up being one of the best single event AWP displays throughout the year.

Just after returning from Vienna, the team couldn't agree on contract terms with Anexis, so they went on a search for a new organization. That search would end three weeks later when they found a home in Western Wolves, just in time for the biggest event yet - Copenhagen Games.

With a much harder task this time of proving that the previous 2nd place wasn't a fluke, the Danes set out to top the group ahead of plan-B from Norway and two Danish teams, Copenhagen Wolves and Server-Forge.

And surely enough, without dropping a map, they were in the playoffs. However, after beating Epsilon (10-16, 16-6, 16-8) they got knocked down by in what was an exciting upper quarter-final clash (15-19, 16-3, 8-16).

A long way was ahead of them in the lower bracket, but slowly Western Wolves started knocking teams out, first, and then mousesports and fnatic. In the lower bracket final they met VeryGames and it seemed this time it really had to be the end of the road, but the Danish fairytale continued as they once again stomped over the French team 16-4.

All this while, Jensen himself had been playing amazing, putting up double digit AWP kills in 11 of their 16 maps, and he continued doing so in the consolidation final against With another 11 AWP kills from him and a big comeback from the team, they got their revenge (16-11) and moved on to another grand final where NiP awaited.

Western Wolves with second place check and trophy

2nd place at Cph Games is the highlight of Nico's career so far

It was again too big of a task and the Ninjas prevailed 16-2, but Western Wolves had proven that Vienna was no accident, and that in that moment they were the number two team in the world. Their best player, Jensen, also proved to be the finest AWPer in the game after putting up 216 kills with that weapon, which ended up being by far the highest amount anyone would reach at a single event all year.

"Obviously it would be with Western Wolves as we've had a surprisingly good run in the beginning of 2013. I would say Copenhagen Games in April means the most because of the level of competition.

But I've had countless good memories CS-wise throughout the year - such as cadred users voting me as MVP at MadCatz Invitational Vienna, also receiving a 2nd place MVP at Copenhagen Games next to f0rest, who I consider to be one of the very best throughout the history of CS - so I was flattered and also surprised which might be why I'd say Copenhagen Games meant the most to me." - Jensen's best memories from 2013

However, things would start going downhill from then on, as a loss to fnatic in the semi-final of Mad Catz Birmingham (8-16, 16-10, 4-16) caught Western Wolves by surprise and saw them finish in 3rd place.

3rd place at Mad Catz Birmingham was below expectations for WW

A month later, at the beginning of May, Nichlas "Nille" Busk left the team, so they used Sebastian "isenb0" Riising as a stand-in for a local event called The Blast #5. After a disappointing 3rd place there, rumors about their disbandment started appearing, but soon Busk would come back to reform the previously successful lineup ahead of the next big challenge, DreamHack Summer.

The team was doing well online in the lead up to the Swedish event, snatching Cup #2 of the RaidCall EMS One Summer season, and later topping their group to qualify for the LAN finals of the event in Germany.

And DH Summer couldn't have started better for the Danes - they topped their group after finally defeating NiP, and at the same time inflicted the biggest LAN defeat to the Swedish team in their history, 16-2.

Finally notched up a win over NiP at DH Summer

However, some other Swedes then surprised the confident Wolves, the youngsters of Epsilon, who wound up going on their own rise to the top similar to the Danes earlier in the year.

It was a 12-16, 11-16 loss in the quarter-final that knocked them out, and they would follow that up with another 5th-8th place at RaidCall EMS One Summer Finals ten days later, when NiP got their revenge with ease (6-16, 10-16).

The end was near for the team, even though they tried hanging on by adding Peter "Inzta" Kragelund in place of the now definitely departed Busk after their summer break at the end of July. But the new lineup's loss to the former Epsilon (who had meanwhile become fnatic) in Mad Catz Cologne semi-final was the final drop.

Mid-August, Western Wolves announced the disbandment of the lineup, while Jensen himself decided to become inactive together with Rossander.

"I think certain people in WW didn't want to start practicing at the same time, which led to a bit of hate towards each other if you can say it like that.

I believe that Nille was the main reason for the disbandment, as he told us a week before we were meant to go to TheBlast that he couldn't go because of personal problems, so we had to make a quick change, picking up isenb0 - then shortly after changing isenb0 with Nille again.

This led to me - at least - getting very unmotivated to play, and not long after I decided to quit. With me quitting gla1ve didn't want to move on and that was it." - commenting on the disbandment

Unlike Rossander who quickly returned to play in a mix-team and later join n!faculty, Jensen stayed away from the game for almost three months. But then a call from his old organization, Copenhagen Wolves, and their new rising squad made him change his mind.

"I honestly never thought I'd return after I said 'I quit!' because it just seems like "He wants the attention", but I couldn't resist the offer of going to the biggest event I've ever been to (prize-wise) and ultimately playing with the boys in Copenhagen Wolves.

As I've told countless other people I wouldn't come back for 'nothing'. I needed to know that we had the potential to achieve something and at the time I thought that only CW fulfilled my 'demands'."

The occasion was the upcoming $250,000 DreamHack Winter tournament, which was only weeks away from when Jensen and Nicolai "device" Reedtz joined to replace Jacob "Pimp" Winneche and Michael "Friis" Jørgensen.

And surely enough, as Jensen's teams usually did throughout the year, Copenhagen Wolves escaped the group of the first CS:GO major unscathed, defeating SK Gaming and Astana Dragons, with the AWP star already putting up his old numbers in form of 21 kills with the big green on those two maps.

Nico's clutch against Astana Dragons at DH Winter

However, the quarter-final clash with VeryGames didn't go as Jensen was used to, since this time the French were the ones to come out on top after an intense battle on the third map (6-16, 16-5, 12-16).

"There have been too many [tough losses], but the most recent one must have been versus team VeryGames at Dreamhack.

I sincerely thought we had the game in our hands, leading with a comfortable 8-2 score, but then we just threw it away. VeryGames showed us why they are considered a top 2 team in the world by simply having a wider grip on the game than we had - since device and I had only played with CW for 3 weeks, there were a lot of flaws and small misunderstandings that essentially sent us packing."

Nevertheless, Jensen was back at the top as the best AWPer of the biggest event yet, recording 0.37 kills per round. He also never recorded less than 0.35 AWP kills per round at any of his other events in 2013, which overall made him by far the best in that category.

"I don't think anything special separates me from other AWP players. I believe it's between you and your team members to get the most out of everybody - and if you (the awper) cannot cope with the way your team usually plays, you simply tell them how to make the most of you.

That and having the in-game sense, knowledge, positioning - whatever you want to call it, comes with the responsibility of playing "your type of awping". I believe that most of the top awpers around all have different playstyles and that is what makes every one of them interesting.

For example I could have studied how Fifflaren has been playing on different maps, and then meet someone like kennyS who plays much more freely and does most of what he believes works. The diversity with how you can awp is what makes it interesting for me to play it.

I don't believe that an awper naturally has to get the first kill of the round or the entry kill when you're pushing a site or whatever. As long as I can stay alive, get the kills needed and secure a round by being more defensive than offensive then that's what I do. If it is needed for me to peak to open up a site or be a bit more offensive than usually - I'll happily comply and do so - hopefully all in all, I support the team and do what's needed." - Jensen on what separates him from the other AWPers and what his AWP actually does for the team

After DreamHack Winter, the team unsuccessfully negotiated contracts for the new year, so they left Copenhagen Wolves and embarked on a search for a new organization.

Under their temporary name, über G33KZ, they competed in Fragbite Masters in December and managed to get some sweet revenge over VeryGames in the quarter-final, but NiP was determined to win the tournament and the Swedes ended up stomping them in the semi-final.

Jensen & co. have now turned to 2014 aiming to establish themselves as one of the world's best.

"I believe we can go as far as we want to. If we put in the time and work needed we can compete with the very best teams in the world - I already believe after such a short time together that we are "up there" but with more time and effort I believe that we can stay on top - at least that's my hope for 2014."

Why is he the 14th best player of 2013?

Nicolaj "Nico" Jensen was by all accounts the Best AWPer of 2013, with incredible performances in that role at his and his teams' best events - Mad Catz Vienna and Copenhagen Games - earning him two silver medals.

But despite that individual award, he remains without an international title with either of his teams, and he also missed out on a good chunk of events in the second half of the year, so he ended up in the 14th place on our ranking, even though he showed potential to go much higher.

As far as the AWP performance goes, he recorded the highest per round average at international events.

Additionally, his two best performances rank among the top 10 of the entire year.

Bold prediction

Jensen didn't stray from his teammates' predictions about the future star, sticking to the n!faculty youngster.

Denmark Rasmus "raalz" Steensborg

"Honestly, I don't have a clue since I haven't been around for some time and haven't really had the time to watch matches or play mixes lately, so I'll stick to my fellow teammates and name Raalz as the bold prediction. Simply because I didn't know about him before n!faculty took him in - yet he has done a good job with them already."

Was Nicolaj "Nico" Jensen deserving of the title Best AWPer of the year? Is the 14th place the right one for him?

As always, feel free to let us know what you think and stay tuned for 13 more players on our Top 20 of 2013 ranking by

Ahmad | 
Egypt 181314 
Hmmm :/
2014-01-07 18:02
aizy | 
Poland flvcko 
Nico o.O nice!! I didn't expect to :P
2014-01-07 18:03
2014-01-07 18:03
Georgia Fatal Fighter 
sick awper :)
2014-01-07 18:04
f0rest | 
Romania front48 
One of the best awp.
2014-01-07 18:08
XeqtR | 
Hong Kong wqnxy1 
deserved <3
2014-01-07 18:12
Lost hope in this list now that nico won best awp :(
2014-01-07 18:17
He rarely uses rifles thats why he has the most AWP KPR, for example jw is amazing especially aggressively and isnt even in top10 but he rarely uses awp.
2014-01-07 18:19
Exactly, to name him best awp is retarded, he is great tho.
2014-01-07 18:33
Bulgaria sN7 
having most kills per round with the awp doesn't make you the best with it.
2014-01-07 18:24
+1, kenny is by far the best awper of the year, guardian and nico probably make up the top 3, shame all had massive chunks missing in 2013 :(
2014-01-07 18:34
Bulgaria sN7 
you didn't understand what im saying. They didn't rate him TOP awp-er, he just has most kills with it. That doesn't make him THE BEST or TOP1 awp-er and he is not rated for his skill with it by HLTV. He just has the most kills per round with it.
2014-01-07 18:43
They gave him the award "Best AWP 2013" Have you read the article?
2014-01-07 19:04
Clearly he has not :D
2014-01-08 20:14
stopped reading when I saw "kenny by far the best awper"
2014-01-07 19:18
what do you think then?
2014-01-07 21:56
The best awp er means best handling, stable, importance To the team and frags. Kennys should Be in top 3 :)
2014-01-08 11:52
United Kingdom smoggy:. 
top awper top article!
2014-01-07 18:20
best singl event AWP starix lol)
2014-01-07 18:21
awesome awp<3
2014-01-07 18:22
lol best awp ...
2014-01-07 18:22
+1 if isnt sarcasm
2014-01-08 01:52
deserved! Nico n1
2014-01-07 18:22
2014-01-07 18:28
best awp ? hltv kidding or ? where are kennys and guardian ?
2014-01-07 18:25
Stats Dont Lie
2014-01-07 18:26
Europe midi 
They both are just using awp less time.
2014-01-07 18:28
GuardiaN basically haven't had any serious team for half a year (before joining VP, and after VP dropped them).
2014-01-07 18:30
yes he is the best awp
2014-01-08 01:56
Try reading the article
2014-01-08 20:14
that raalz guys has to own in 2014, so many guys believe in him!
2014-01-07 18:32
Hopefully he continue the way he plays and doesn't quit, then he will defintely get a top10 spot next year. Or even further if cph wolves do great =D
2014-01-07 18:33
Slim Shady
2014-01-07 19:03
nico > markeloff and edward g00d j0k3
2014-01-07 19:06
lol ok p0l1sH G(_)Y nico so underrated even on hltv ranks lol!
2014-01-07 19:12
the joke : markeloff in top20
2014-01-07 21:07
2014-01-08 05:14
2014-01-08 07:59
Nice entry , hope he keeps up the good work :)
2014-01-07 19:09
Spain akproxx 
danish pro players love raalz lol XD
2014-01-07 19:10
LOOOOOL #14??? what a joke. best danish player by far. Top5 easy
2014-01-07 19:11
raalz 1.6 what else to be said
2014-01-07 19:19
World bigb1rd 
Can't believe there are still people posting in this thread who don't realise how good Nico is and how important he is for the teams he's played for. His stats say it all really, 1.14 rating and 2nd best in the team for Wolves at Dreamhack winter after 3 months off and playing in a team with Device and Dupreeeh! He's far more important for his teams as an awper than KennyS is. He may not be as quick, or as aggressive but he's much more consistant and actually knows how to get the best from the AWP. He doesn't waste it like a lot of snipers do by being cocky or too aggressive. 2nd best Awper after Guardian imo as guardian arguably has better gamesense, better with rifles and can play the aggressive, entry picking role with awp a bit better. Will be interesting in 2014 for awpers if Guardian, Nico, Markeloff, Delpan etc all stay playing in stable teams. Would like to see Na'Vi using a dual-awp set-up too as that could set them apart from other teams. Word
2014-01-07 19:28
Denmark dR_JaCkPoT 
Exactly. People always talk about jw and kennyS as the best, because they have the aggressive playstyle and do some amazing plays that are hard to ignore. Nico's consistency is unbeliavably high, it's ridiculous. That's why he's so important for the team he's playing with. Super underrated, easily top 3 imo.
2014-01-07 20:30
I think this rating is complete bullshit. Just looks at LAN history - 6 LANS he plays at his level against 2x more from other players. So if Smithzz must play in VG 11 LANs on his very high level and be 17th, some random guy play just 6 and be 14th. Ofc easier to get higher stats in less matches... Oh, I forgot, he DANE....thats clears pretty much...
2014-01-07 19:33
Denmark Mrnobody 
Must be russian logic...
2014-01-08 17:19
must be dumb if deny this clear logic. did u even read?
2014-01-08 19:00
Denmark Mrnobody 
You are worthless dude, if you have better stats in less lans you still have been better at the end of the year..
2014-01-08 21:30
Trying to state Danish bias from a Serbian who wrote the article?
2014-01-08 20:10
danish site, isnt it?
2014-01-08 21:04
lol that's ridiculous, it's not any site any more since the majority of the staff aren't Danish. Only Nomad is Danish now, and he doesn't write any articles. (Martin being the other founder comes around with giveaways and stuff mostly)
2014-01-08 21:54
United States MadCl0wN 
gj nico :D
2014-01-07 19:34
gj nico! Improved since the start of August so much! Keep it up!
2014-01-07 19:35
deserved though he could have been higher, solid af awper.
2014-01-07 19:35
He is a great AWP'er. but i wouldn't give him award for being 2k13 best awper. many factors plays in when deciding best awper not only awp kills per round l0l
2014-01-07 19:36
solid awp
2014-01-07 19:46
deserved, nice awp player and pretty solid, gj Nico!
2014-01-07 19:54
2014-01-07 20:49
Never heard of him :-) Better awper than Guardian? Rrrrright...
2014-01-07 20:51
Better results than GuardiaN that's what he was trying to say. IMO jw best.
2014-01-08 00:08
Strong player, imagine what he can achieve when he plays a whole year.
2014-01-07 20:54
I don't really want to go into discussing any of the positions on the ranking, I like to hear what most of you think cause that's what this list is all about, honoring the players and getting the community to talk about them, so I try to avoid replying in the comments. But the fact that many of you are assuming that I just looked at one number and said "here is the best AWPer of the year" is a bit much. First of all, I doubt that anyone in the world actually watched all of Nico's matches in 2013 (or even all his matches against big teams), and at the same time all the matches of all the other AWPers. And neither did I for that matter, so everyone just bases what they say on some (incomplete) memory. That's why I look at stats as a basis in this whole ranking. Mind you I did watch as many matches as I physically could, and I do have my own opinions about each player's virtues and flaws, but I still prefer to fall back on actual facts that represent everything that happened in every match, instead of just memories of what I saw (and decided on in an instance). And no, AWP kills per round is not something that makes an AWPer the best (for example 2010 when Friis had higher AWP KPR than markeloff), but it can be a telling stat. Especially when it's so high as it is in Nico's case and when it leads to great team performances with him at the head. "But his AWP KPR is so high just cause he used the AWP so much" you say? - Well maybe he used it so much because he's that good with it and his teams knew how to make the very best out of it? - Maybe the other guys just miss more and die with the AWP in their hands in a situation when Nico makes a kill? - Maybe the other teams don't take the risks his team takes to buy the AWP for him every round, thus damaging their economy? - And if they do, maybe that backfires so they lose, and Nico's AWP prevails and his team wins? To know all this someone would have to watch every match of every single candidate for "best awp" and he would have to watch all that with 100% focus and have perfect memory of every match and the awper's affect on it afterwards. Since that is not realistic, on one hand we have stats or on the other hand memories of a select few matches that only tell a part of the story. I choose to trust stats and results more, because in my experience memory fails people more often than numbers do. The best of course is an appropriate and sensible mix of the two. Sensible, because everyone comes up with wild theories all the time about why some stat is useless (players more than fans actually), such as 'he gets eco kills' or 'it's easier to get good stats on a bad team'. But those things are never the rule. Sure, it may happen in one match, or a set of maps that someone 'tricks the system', but in the grand scheme of things the best players always stand out in some way, and the ones who sometimes tricked the system go down when the amount of data about them increases. Anyway, Nico's AWP was a crucial reason why Western Wolves were so good and why they became the 2nd best team in the world in that period. Should we neglect that "because he used it so much"? For all we know, maybe if f0rest would use the AWP every round, he would be the best. But the fact is he didn't do that in 2013, and neither did anyone else as well as Nico, and as useful for his team. So yes, to answer the critics, Nico is my choice for Best AWPer of 2013, and I firmly stand by it. And after all everyone is free to have their own opinion and disagree with me, but for the love of science bring some actual arguments to the table!
2014-01-07 21:08
This is what argumenting on the internet should be like. I applaud you Tgwri1s. Great article as well. If nico deserves the spot, well .... I'm not one to judge, especially since I'm danish, and fanboys will be fanboys. :D He's one helluva player though.
2014-01-07 22:14
absolutely agree with you.i dont think that he is the best awper skillwise but in this way like you said it he deserves the title best awper of 2013 for sure
2014-01-07 23:22
Not sure if that is true(but, that's a matter of opinion), maybe he's not as aggressiv as some of the other players who is considered top awpers, but he is probably the one who misses the least amount of shots. He gets alot of kills, he is always consistent and have been crucial for both Western Wolves and Copenhagen Wolves and In the end, that's what matters - but im danish, i'm not the one to judge.
2014-01-07 23:41
it doesnt matter if you are danish or not...its your opinion and i respect it and i agree with it more or less.he is super consistent and thats rly important its also only my opinion that he isnt the best awper skillwise(if you ask me,i think guardian is)
2014-01-07 23:53
Yeah Nico is a sick awp, but from what I saw jw can out beat him easily. I know you are doing this based on numbers so I can't discuss on that.
2014-01-08 00:07
stats dont lie
2014-01-08 02:22
Hello, Tgwri1s. You should think about developing a point system with coeficients according to importance of the tournament. For example, in bigger tournaments your points are multiplied by 1.5, in medium by 1.25 and in smaller by 1. Also, it might be sensible to rate performances against top teams higher, than against average teams.
2014-01-08 12:35
Pieter | 
Netherlands Grifte 
Good post, numbers don't say everything but when no one is able to see/rate every match this is the best method.
2014-01-08 15:20
Germany Bongskie 
who is that ? :D
2014-01-07 21:13
Top 13 is JW :)
2014-01-07 21:18
Ukraine petruska 
no,I think some 5th place!
2014-01-07 21:44
Best awper
2014-01-07 21:31
Ukraine petruska 
One of the best AWP in CS GO!Great player ;D
2014-01-07 21:43
he deserves more )
2014-01-07 21:45
Best AWPer when he is in shape. Also very important very team he plays in. Very good player, and well deserved.
2014-01-07 22:12
Pieter | 
Netherlands Grifte 
Great player, hope he can push further in 2014 to actually win a tournament.
2014-01-07 22:33
So Device tomorrow? or any other predictions? =)
2014-01-07 23:12
Device wont in top20. 13 players left: GeT_RiGhT, f0rest, Shox, GuardiaN, Hiko, Xizt, KennyS, ScreaM, friberg, Flusha, NBK, Dosia & JW.
2014-01-07 23:47
I've all of them in my prediction except Device for Flusha. Guess he didn't shine as much the first half of the year then :)
2014-01-08 01:17
True. Device got only 18 maps played, and dupreeh is the player, who got lowest maps in the top20 list as admin wrote in the news about dupreeh. Flusha has better rating than JW, Dosia, NBK, Xizt, friberg & ScreaM if I count right :D. You can check my list with rating from 18 lan tournmanets as admin counts only:
2014-01-08 01:46
i remember 1.6 nico he was better
2014-01-07 23:20
nico? 1.6? who? You mean Niko? he was better in 1.6, but not in GO, stop comparing two different games? -.-
2014-01-07 23:45
Nicolaj "Nico" Jensen has no shortage of experience, as he started his rise to the top several years ago in CS:Source, but it was only in 2012 that he made his breakthrough when he returned to Copenhagen Wolves and finished 5th-6th at that year's Copenhagen Games, one of the most competitive events in the history of CS:S. niko from 1.6, Swedish player
2014-01-08 04:22
that was niko from swedish Lions with threat,zneel,FYR773,KHRYSTAL
2014-01-08 08:44
I havent been following CS for so long that i tohught its SWE Nico. :|
2014-01-07 23:23
swedish guy was Niko*
2014-01-08 00:03
Yeah, Nikolaus to be exact.
2014-01-08 18:07
raalz no pressure...
2014-01-08 01:22
as for me-best awp in cs go!!!!
2014-01-08 01:47
Argentina kratoS_fsa 
1-f0rest 2-GeT_RiGhT 3-shox 4-Scream 5-GuardiaN 6-kennyS 7-friberg 8-NBK 9-JW 10-Dosia 11-Xizt 12-apEx 13 flusha
2014-01-08 02:40
United Kingdom wap 
I feel sorry for raalz, so much pressure on him now.
2014-01-08 05:25
respect ! sick player,deserved gj nico!
2014-01-08 11:19
so the dude who has been inactive for a long time, get back and gets a better spot than marik and edzie ? pfffffffffffffffff
2014-01-08 11:50
marik shouldnt even be top 20.
2014-01-08 14:24
he should be happy that he is in top 20...if i made the list he could hardly make the top 50 list.
2014-01-08 15:26
lol URSA team =]
2014-01-08 12:31
great awper =)O
2014-01-08 18:33
nico best
2014-01-09 19:23
gg :)
2014-01-10 21:44
verrrrryyy nice indeed
2014-01-10 21:45
2014-01-10 22:58
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