B1ad3: "Gambit is the underdog"

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At the next major FlipSid3 are hoping to break their run of four group stage exits at majors after nearly a year and a half.

They share group A with one of the favourites to make at least top four in most people's eyes, Luminosity, as well as NiP and mousesports.

Read below to see what Andrey "B1ad3" Gorodenskiy's point of view on all things MLG Columbus is:

How will you prepare / how have you prepared for MLG Columbus? Was there / will there be a bootcamp prior to the major or have you only been practising online? Is there anything you focused on specifically? 
A: No bootcamp. We coudn’t find any bootcamp place in Columbus. Therefore we were playing online only, we got only three fully practice days, without any official matches. Not so much, we would prefer much more. Specifically we focused on our teamplay, communication and midround decisions. There are also  some new tactical features that we prepared.
Recently teams have stopped bootcamping prior to big events or only do it for short periods of time, mostly for less than a week, why do you think that is? Is it as important nowadays as it used to be? What are the pros and cons for your team?
A: In my opinion the proper bootcamp is a very important element of preparation. Nowadays a lot of players get bored and annoyed by each other while bootcamping, for most of them the whole process becomes a daily routine and it is depressing, to some extent. But at the end of the day it’s all about the attitude, team spirit and professionalism.
There are many tournaments going on nowadays, usually at least two significant ones per month, does that make it hard for teams to be able to adapt and improve their gameplay significantly? Could it be part of the reason why CS:GO has become more based on individual plays rather than tactics?
A: Its true that there are many tournaments. Its kind of problem for a lot of teams but at the same time it creates an extremely competitive enviroment. Those who work harder than others eventually reaps the benefits.
 There is also a reason why some teams playstyle is mostly based on their individual plays rather than tactics and it is entirely individual. Practice time is very hard to come by. I can say that 85% of top 30 csgo teams are still not woking hard enough comparing to the other sports professionals. It seems as if they are not improving at all. Also they are not using the full potential of the game which has teamplay as the main root. 
Do you feel comfortable with the group that has been assigned to you? Can you go through each of the possible match-ups (NiP, Luminosity, mousesports) and tell us how you should fare in them?
A: We are fine with this group, all teams are beatable in my opinion. All of them have flaws that can be exploited. We just need to come up with a proper gameplan and execute it without mistakes.  I am personally very excited and look forward to our matches. 
 Speaking about the opponents: NiP is a legendary team with very skilled players, but at this moment they are still not back at the level they were at before. its not that legendary as it was. Mousesports have crazy aimers like Niko and Nex, but they are still not a complete team, yet not a tier1 echelon. They have a lot stuff to improve and I am very curious about how they will look at the major. Luminosity is very good at the moment, I was surprised when they lost Katowice 2016 and they are the toughest opponent in our group. But still they have some weak spots.
Could there be a better system of seeding other than based on the last major and the qualifier? Current format practically ignores all competitions taking place in between the majors, which is five months' worth of events in this case…
A: Current format is fine, but they should add some clauses to it. Like if the period between the majors is more than 3 month, or the team has made any lineup changes etc
What expectations and goals have you set for yourselves at this event? What placing would you be satisfied with and what would be unacceptable?
A: We expect to pass the groupstage, I won’t say that its Top8 or bust because all teams are extremely talaneted in our group.
With how different teams have stepped up lately (LG and Na`Vi especially) and others are stagnating or even dropping off, who do you have as favourites to make the top four? And, on the other hand, is there an underdog who could surpass fans' expectations?
A: LG, Fnatic, Astralis and NaVi are expected to be in top4 but I have a feeling that this major will bring a lot of surprises. G2 will surprise. Gambit is the obvious underdog. 
Can anyone stop this seemingly unbeatable fnatic lineup (barring group stage losses), which has won the last six tournaments they attended? If so, who? How do you see your own chances against what has become one of the greatest teams of all-time should you meet them?
A: Its harder to stay on the mountain then to climb it. Fnatic have won the last six tournaments they attented but major isnt on that list. Obviously they must be extremely motivated because of that and I have a feeling that to win this major Fnatic will have to play much better than they ever have. This is their toughest test.
  Our own chances against Fnatic in bo3 are not so great but I believe that any opponent is beatable. No matter what there is always a chance to win against anyone if you are prepared and are confident.
There will be four American teams in attendance (SPLYCE, CLG, Liquid and Cloud9), more than ever, is this the time to shine for North America? Which of them have the biggest chance to advance to playoffs and possibly upset one of the big names?
A: I think none of them will advance to playoffs but CLG has the biggest chance. This is the best chance any NA team has ever had and they are capable of doing it. Liquid can surprise but only if s1mple will perfom on the godlike level. He needs to show up for his team in a big way as they did for him in the qualifier.
Valve implemented the new timers shortly after the previous major - now that we have seen almost three months of competition with them, how do you think they affect each of the sides and the overall balance? Do you believe Valve achieved what they wanted to with the change?
A: Changing timers was a very good idea. I think Valve achieved what they wanted to. They should do something like this after each major. Its kind of reboot for the competitive scene. Also they should add one new map after each major, considering that we have only 3 majors per year. 
Timers affect a lot, now T side is much more stronger, with proper T approach CT has really low chances unless they gamble.
In an interview at the main qualifier, B1ad3 admitted Shara was getting nervous on LAN. Is it getting better with each tournament you attend? Could it become an issue again at a major stage, where the pressure is bigger than usual?

A: Shara’s main feature is that he is not afraid of any opponent. He does not get nervous on LAN. The anxiety of the competitive process makes him sometime play with too much enery, or he is thinking too much. Therefore he makes untypical moves. I believe its because he didn’t play for any professional team in CSGO before F3 but I do not think that MLG major will be a bigger pressure for him.


How have you been preparing for MLG Columbus? Was there a bootcamp prior to the major or have you only been practising online? Is there anything you focused on specifically? 

No bootcamp. We coudn't find any bootcamp place in Columbus. Therefore we were playing online only, we got only three fully practice days, without any official matches. Not so much, we would prefer much more. Specifically we focused on our teamplay, communication and midround decisions. There are also some new tactical features that we prepared.

Recently teams have stopped bootcamping prior to big events or only do it for short periods of time, mostly for less than a week, why do you think that is? Is it as important nowadays as it used to be? What are the pros and cons for your team?

In my opinion a proper bootcamp is a very important element of preparation. Nowadays a lot of players get bored and annoyed by each other while bootcamping, for most of them the whole process becomes a daily routine and it is depressing, to some extent. But at the end of the day, it's all about the attitude, team spirit and professionalism.


Most CS:GO teams aren't working hard enough, says FlipSid3's in-game leader 

There are many tournaments going on nowadays, usually at least two significant ones per month, does that make it hard for teams to be able to adapt and improve their gameplay significantly? Could it be part of the reason why CS:GO has become more based on individual plays rather than tactics?

It's true that there are many tournaments. It's kind of a problem for a lot of teams but at the same time it creates an extremely competitive enviroment. Those who work harder than others eventually reap the benefits. There is also a reason why some teams' playstyle is mostly based on their individual plays rather than tactics and it is entirely individual. Practice time is very hard to come by. I can say that 85% of top 30 CS:GO teams are still not woking hard enough compared to the other sports professionals. It seems as if they are not improving at all. Also they are not using the full potential of the game which has teamplay as the main root. 

Do you feel comfortable with the group that has been assigned to you? Can you go through each of the possible match-ups (NiP, Luminosity, mousesports) and tell us how you should fare in them?

We are fine with this group, all teams are beatable in my opinion. All of them have flaws that can be exploited. We just need to come up with a proper gameplan and execute it without mistakes.  I am personally very excited and look forward to our matches. Speaking about the opponents: NiP is a legendary team with very skilled players, but at this moment they are still not back at the level they were at before. It's not as legendary as it was. Mousesports have crazy aimers like NiKo and Nex, but they are still not a complete team, yet not a tier1 echelon. They have a lot stuff to improve and I am very curious about how they will look at the major. Luminosity is very good at the moment, I was surprised when they lost Katowice 2016 and they are the toughest opponent in our group. But still they have some weak spots.

Could there be a better system of seeding other than based on the last major and the qualifier? Current format practically ignores all competitions taking place in between the majors, which is five months' worth of events in this case.

Current format is fine, but they should add some clauses to it. Like if the period between the majors is more than 3 month, or the team has made any lineup changes etc.

What expectations and goals have you set for yourselves at this event? What placing would you be satisfied with and what would be unacceptable?

We expect to pass the groupstage, I won't say that it's top 8 or bust because all teams are extremely talented in our group.

With how different teams have stepped up lately (LG and Na`Vi especially) and others are stagnating or even dropping off, who do you have as favourites to make the top four? And, on the other hand, is there an underdog who could surpass fans' expectations?

LG, Fnatic, Astralis and Na`Vi are expected to be in the top 4 but I have a feeling that this major will bring a lot of surprises. G2 will surprise. Gambit is the obvious underdog. 


B1ad3 believes group A is passable

Can anyone stop this seemingly unbeatable fnatic lineup (barring group stage losses), which has won the last six tournaments they attended? If so, who? How do you see your own chances against what has become one of the greatest teams of all-time should you meet them?

It's harder to stay on the mountain than to climb it. Fnatic have won the last six tournaments they attented but a major isn't on that list. Obviously they must be extremely motivated because of that and I have a feeling that to win this major Fnatic will have to play much better than they ever have. This is their toughest test. Our own chances against Fnatic in BO3 are not so great but I believe that any opponent is beatable. No matter what there is always a chance to win against anyone if you are prepared and are confident.


There will be four American teams in attendance (SPLYCE, CLG, Liquid and Cloud9), more than ever, is this the time to shine for North America? Which of them have the biggest chance to advance to playoffs and possibly upset one of the big names?

I think none of them will advance to playoffs but CLG has the biggest chance. This is the best chance any NA team has ever had and they are capable of doing it. Liquid can surprise but only if s1mple will perfom on the godlike level. He needs to show up for his team in a big way as they did for him in the qualifier.

Valve implemented the new timers shortly after the previous major - now that we have seen almost three months of competition with them, how do you think they affect each of the sides and the overall balance? Do you believe Valve achieved what they wanted to with the change?

Changing timers was a very good idea. I think Valve achieved what they wanted to. They should do something like this after each major. It's kind of a reboot for the competitive scene. Also, they should add one new map after each major, considering that we have only 3 majors per year. Timers affect a lot, now T side is much stronger, with a proper T approach CT have really low chances unless they gamble.

In an interview at the main qualifier, B1ad3 admitted Shara was getting nervous on LAN. Is it getting better with each tournament you attend? Could it become an issue again at a major stage, where the pressure is bigger than usual?

Shara's main feature is that he is not afraid of any opponent. He does not get nervous on LAN. The anxiety of the competitive process makes him play with too much energy sometimes, or he is thinking too much. Therefore he makes untypical moves. I believe it's because he didn't play for any professional team in CSGO before F3, but I do not think that the MLG major will be a bigger pressure for him.

You can go through the following list for our previous pre-event interviews in case you missed any:

Norway Joakim "jkaem" Myrbostad: "Getting to semis is our goal"
United States Jonathan "EliGE" Jablonowski: "Want to break the NA streak"
United States Cloud9: "Not content with summer 2015"
Sweden Robin "flusha" Rönnquist"LG & NiP our biggest threats"
Poland Wiktor "TaZ" Wojtas: "Slowly grinding back to form"
Poland Wiktor 'TaZ' Wojtas
Wiktor 'TaZ' Wojtas
Age:
33
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.98
Maps played:
1786
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.13
United States Jonathan 'EliGE' Jablonowski
Jonathan 'EliGE' Jablonowski
Age:
22
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
1182
KPR:
0.76
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.16
Norway Joakim 'jkaem' Myrbostad
Joakim 'jkaem' Myrbostad
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.03
Maps played:
884
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.69
APR:
0.14
Ukraine Andrey 'B1ad3' Gorodenskiy
Andrey 'B1ad3' Gorodenskiy
Age:
33
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.83
Maps played:
899
KPR:
0.58
DPR:
0.73
APR:
0.16
Sweden Robin 'flusha' Rönnquist
Robin 'flusha' Rönnquist
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.07
Maps played:
1502
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.18
expected
2016-03-27 15:35
#3
mason | 
Tunisia mason~ 
ez for x god
2016-03-27 15:35
5?
2016-03-27 15:35
Good.
2016-03-27 15:35
#126
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Norway plusdeceit 
GL Flipsid3 <3
2016-03-28 00:02
k
2016-03-27 15:35
b1
2016-03-27 15:35
true
2016-03-27 15:35
ez
2016-03-27 15:35
&#1090;1
2016-03-27 15:35
gg
2016-03-27 15:35
1
2016-03-27 15:35
#16
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Sweden Froxez 
FRIST!1
2016-03-27 15:36
#17
ELOSSA | 
Turkey paviz0 
lol
2016-03-27 15:35
#18
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Australia r1se2k 
AAA
2016-03-27 15:35
#19
Kaze | 
Malaysia Swattax 
no,you are
2016-03-27 15:35
1st
2016-03-27 15:35
#21
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Brazil FaZe_Top_One 
#6
2016-03-27 15:35
#25
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Brazil FaZe_Top_One 
wtf
2016-03-27 15:36
LMAO
2016-03-27 18:14
??? gambit top1 world
2016-03-27 15:36
My internet is slow
2016-03-27 15:36
When Dosia releases his powers, it will be a war, real bloody war on the stage.
2016-03-27 15:38
br br br br bravo!
2016-03-27 15:54
#91
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Finland jayss 
PUT. YOUR. CANS IN THE AIR
2016-03-27 18:13
are you rrrrrrrrreea.....Reaaaaaaadyyyyy ?
2016-03-27 19:19
better than F3
2016-03-27 15:38
Finally first xD Oh wait!
2016-03-27 15:38
F3 is about the same as Gambit, nice try
2016-03-27 15:45
#32
Sweden JKLY 
Nice
2016-03-27 15:45
#33
lueg | 
Czech Republic Lueg 
n1
2016-03-27 15:46
#35
FalleN | 
World Vechnyp 
says blad3 whos team cant even get out from groupstage
2016-03-27 15:48
#47
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Palestine asmarle 
Says the man who only cheers top teams so he can win skins.
2016-03-27 16:02
#97
FalleN | 
World Vechnyp 
based on what are you making these statements?
2016-03-27 18:30
based on that I don't see your nick/name in any team at MLG.
2016-03-27 19:16
are you handicapped? Because people with mental disabilities are not accepted to eu, just saying.
2016-03-27 19:17
#115
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Palestine asmarle 
why were you butthurt?
2016-03-27 20:11
why you have to own 2 accounts on hltv
2016-03-27 20:15
#117
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Palestine asmarle 
based on what are you making this statement? hahahaha
2016-03-27 20:15
#36
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Australia SHAMALOV 
F3 is shit, Gambit is real power
2016-03-27 15:48
#37
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Andorra hltv_citizen 
SexGod (dosia): F3 is the underdog even undercat
2016-03-27 15:50
xD
2016-03-27 23:11
If Mouz choke again. F3 and LG to playoffs ez.
2016-03-27 15:51
Ahah blad3 said that CLG is the best NA team ever, but old complexity and IBP were way better
2016-03-27 15:53
he didn't say CLG is the best NA team you tard, he said that they have the biggest chance to advance comparing to other NA teams because of their group. (To beat envyus and gambit, cuz Astralis will advance 100% with 2/0 wins)
2016-03-27 16:04
#51
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United Kingdom MansNotHot 
he said about the best chance, omg, you can't read?
2016-03-27 16:05
Scandinavian schools are about philosophy and free-thinking, not literature, my Belarussian friend.
2016-03-28 04:24
Dosia: "fnatic is the underdog"
2016-03-27 15:55
I think it's funny. xD
2016-03-28 00:05
Nice interview, good Eng Blad3
2016-03-27 16:00
#45
ton | 
Brazil FavelaJz 
gambit is n1
2016-03-27 16:01
Blad3 actually seems really smart
2016-03-27 16:02
#70
Puls3 | 
World bigb1rd 
Yup. Good understanding of the scene and seems very balanced and logical in his views. Would love to see F3 pass the groups as it would be so unexpected!
2016-03-27 16:53
B1ad3: "Shara...nervous on LAN" hltv.org/news/17181-b1ad3-sharanervous-o.. Blad3: "Shara's main feature is that he is not afraid of any opponent. He does not get nervous on LAN." He does seem fairly logical though
2016-03-27 17:10
Says that mouse is not a tier 1 team when his own team shouldn't even be in the ESL Pro League. Kek
2016-03-27 16:03
mad cuz Flip won them 2/0 ? )
2016-03-27 16:04
Not mad, but Flipside really shouldn't be in the EPL
2016-03-27 16:07
why not ? Better than VP atm :D
2016-03-27 16:08
Even a British team could beat VP atm, is not an achievement XD
2016-03-27 16:10
But they got their spot on ESL Pro Leage so it is deserved!
2016-03-27 16:09
Yeah, but i don't think he should say things like "mouz is not tier1" when his team is worse than mouz
2016-03-27 16:11
mouz is not tier1
2016-03-27 16:44
bullshit
2016-03-27 16:57
#121
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Russia razorVJ 
mouz is not tier1
2016-03-27 22:29
seems logical Kappa
2016-03-28 15:27
#145
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Portugal dascouves 
juan pls -.-
2016-03-28 22:33
#72
Puls3 | 
World bigb1rd 
Flipsid3 played fnatic incredibly close on two maps the other day. I watched them both and genuinely felt F3 should have one both. As usual though fanatics 'comeback confidence' dragged them through. F3 are a very solid team and totally deserve the spot imo
2016-03-27 16:56
What team should be over them in pro league? They qualified for it because they deserve it. They're better than all the teams in premier. His team's skill level doesn't even matter for saying whether or not another team is tier one, do you think I'm not justified in saying ENCE is not tier one because I don't play for a tier one team?
2016-03-27 17:27
really? Flipside is in the major and ESL PL for a reason. They are a good team
2016-03-27 17:32
#52
Ale | 
Finland ksib 
Gambit he is the underdog but in the major he is the CIS stars
2016-03-27 16:07
xD
2016-03-27 23:13
gambit he is the underdog but dosia he is sex the god
2016-03-27 16:08
ahahhahha funny guy with a sense of humour flipside as usual just there for stickers, 0 maps won gambit won't do shit surprise package is yung stew and C9 who will do damage!
2016-03-27 16:10
China rooting for the Chinese guy
2016-03-27 18:15
nice b8
2016-03-27 18:34
Gambit > Online Tactics (F3) Dosia > F3
2016-03-27 16:22
He says good but I aren't think that F3 can pass group challenge :))
2016-03-27 16:39
DOSIA SEX GOD threatening their manhood
2016-03-27 16:43
B1ad3 believes group A is passable ay lmao
2016-03-27 16:49
ETO FLIPSIDE = UNDERDOGS, Gambit zaebis', yga4u um, flipi realno donnie !
2016-03-27 16:50
Underdogs is not "bad" :) underdogs means that they are STRONG, but people think they are just normal :) (koroche oni silnee i opasnee, chem vse pro nih dumayut. tak chto ti ne tak ego ponyal))
2016-03-28 15:22
ayy lmao someone got triggered
2016-03-28 15:32
#73
Estonia 2026 
Also, they should add one new map after each major B1ad3 gtfo.
2016-03-27 16:56
Actually I agree with this.. it would make every major more unique and memorable. BUUUUT the new map shouldn't be selected (forced) by Valve. For example, the legends (top8 teams) could vote which map to add to the active map pool, and which one to remove, after every major.
2016-03-27 18:07
#90
Estonia 2026 
You're a fucking dumbass.
2016-03-27 18:10
I respect your opinion.
2016-03-27 18:14
+1 actually sounds good
2016-03-27 19:11
Kkkkkkkkk sorry blade but if flipside reach to playoffs i'll be fnatic fanboy
2016-03-27 17:13
#78
Sweden BBW 
true :) i hope it works out, gambit could be a top team in some time. Dosia is a REALLY good player even though hes only known for x god atm
2016-03-27 17:15
lol an underdog decides who is an underdog
2016-03-27 17:19
Why not?
2016-03-27 17:29
#144
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Other ragkuu 
because some players Gambit play in playoff..players f3 only suck on Major..
2016-03-28 16:52
Dosia is not underdog, he is sex dog! Oh wait I mean god..
2016-03-27 17:43
#86
GuardiaN | 
Other Darge 
Thx Blad3, we fucking need more maps. It's ok if we have 15 years old maps on comp, but we need to increase the map pool now. I'm at the point where unless T1 teams are playing, there is matchs I don't watch just because the map being played.
2016-03-27 17:46
rip f3
2016-03-27 17:56
no splyce is
2016-03-27 18:04
interesting opinions.
2016-03-27 18:28
they dont believe in american teams going through playoffs [*] for NA
2016-03-27 18:37
only 2 days left guyz
2016-03-27 18:37
#101
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Turkey CHAMPTZ 
"B1ad3 believes group A is passable" EleGiggle
2016-03-27 18:53
lol and what about Flipside? They are underdog in firstly. And I guess that Gambit will surprise us.
2016-03-27 18:55
Some pretty stupid opinions from blade here.
2016-03-27 18:59
lol Gambit > F3
2016-03-27 19:11
srsly?
2016-03-27 19:12
great interview, b1ad3 has some wise words as always There will be four American teams... I think none of them will advance to playoffs but anyway, i dont believe that f3 will get out of group
2016-03-27 19:25
you can say whatever, but he has a right attitude of a winner. you can't come to a competetion by judging yourself of previous results, you have to have this image of yourself wining and if you did once, you can repeat that. thats how the confidednce comes
2016-03-27 19:31
underdog? srsly?? noooo thx capt obvious
2016-03-27 21:34
#119
NiKo | 
Poland Jaruzel 
lol you don't say! ;p
2016-03-27 21:37
#120
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Russia numanox 
gambit undergod, f3 underdog, NA underdog. all will out from tournament.
2016-03-27 22:12
Gambit has chance the others like F3 and NA won't even win a single map.
2016-03-27 22:51
Splyce is gonna rekt fnatic
2016-03-28 23:28
#128
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Kazakhstan DRAEGS 
Pretty interesting that Blad3 said that many teams are not working hard enough to improve, taking into account that his team and himself are exactly on the same level when DaT was signed by F3. Moreover, I guess that is why Johnta (their ex-coach) and s1mple withdrew from the team. S1mple got kicked and Johnta just withdrew by himself cuz he had some problems with attitude from Blad3 and markeloff.
2016-03-28 00:23
Working hard doesn't mean automatically advancing through the ranks. Sports is always changing and you have to work hard to keep at the "same level". The rest you're refering to were internal problems and have nothing to do with working hard. Which makes it seem you're drawing an analytical line between the completely different subjects. simple got kicked because he started trash talking his teammates in public. He might be talented, but it is hard (impossible) to work with someone who thinks he knows better all the time.
2016-03-28 12:09
#149
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Kazakhstan DRAEGS 
I watched the interview from S1mple on the topic why he got kicked. As he is saying, Blad3 and markeloff were not dedicating themself on improving their aim or movement. I admit that it is only his point of view, but the fact that he was the insider within a team and has seen the problems happening over there. On the topic of improvement, it is quite obvious that CS:GO scene is getting more and more competetive each month, but practicing, bootcamping and training to remain on the same level, i.e. being at the middle of second ten and just literally trying only to qualify for the major doesn't seem to be a goal for a professional, as they see and present themselves everywhere. And to be honest, if u are really working hard and dedicating yourself to something, you will eventually improve. For example, I have been a supporter of F3 from the day they were signed by the org, and even after 6 months I just saw similar mistakes and silly peeks over and over again. I do not support s1mple or smth, I think he is an asshole, but you should admit that F3 is just a joke.
2016-03-29 23:26
I find it hard to believe that they didn't / do not practice aim. Its simply impossible keeping up in this game without doing so. That being said, old habits might die hard for old players like blade and markeloff and that most likely could renew some of their training methods and ingame style. F3 might be at the extend of their talent, though I don't believe them to be a joke as they can qualify for a major and are still a viable team with both individual and tactical skill, but I do believe when watching them, that they could do better (but that could be said about most teams).
2016-03-30 17:58
#129
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Canada TwistZzZz 
Most CS:GO teams aren't working hard enough, says FlipSid3's in-game leader TOP KEK Anyways, Flipside3 is more of a underdog than Gambit While splyce being the biggest underdog in csgo major history
2016-03-28 01:08
never knew gambit was the underdog. thanks for the crucial info
2016-03-28 03:03
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Brazil Gunzel 
tnx mr Blade.
2016-03-28 14:48
top IGL!!!
2016-03-28 15:20
"B1ad3 believes group A is passable" rofl
2016-03-28 23:32
I want a f3 vs gambit in final. Its would be cool
2016-03-29 08:36
GTFO THX BB!
2016-03-30 19:20
GUyz say HELLO to B1adE ))) hltv.org/news/17406-b1ad3-gambit-is-the-..
2016-03-30 21:30
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