Kjaerbye and Astralis: A Comparison

HLTV.org has taken a look at the rise of Markus "Kjaerbye" Kjærbye following his debut for Astralis as well as examining the recent trajectory of the Danish super team itself.

The news was certainly one of the more unexpected releases this year up until now, taking many aback: Astralis and dignitas, two top-ten teams and both mostly Danish, swapped players.

The swap was a leg-up for Markus "Kjaerbye" Kjærbye, dignitas' previous high powered fragger, as the 18-year-old was moving from the second tier champions that are Dignitas to the berth of Astralis, an elite (read: top five) level team.

We wanted to take a look at two specific trends following these changes: the recent form of Kjaerbye prior to his acquisition by Astralis and also Astralis' prospects in 2016, a year which has mostly spelled disappointment for the five-time event winners of 2015.


Kjaerbye now must prove himself on Astralis

The player swap comes at a fortuitous time for Astralis, as the Danish super team find themselves in danger of falling out of the elite tier with recent finishes including a 9-12th place letdown in Malmö and a 7-8th place bomb-out at the ESL Pro League Season 3 finals.

Brought in like a raging Achilles following his brief abstention from the Trojan war, Kjaerbye will be seen by the Astralis organisation, the players, and the wider scene as a boost of firepower and talent at a crucial time for Denmark's best team.

We now examine whether that view is warranted.

Denmark Markus "Kjaerbye" Kjærbye

If you were to ask a casual viewer about Kjaerbye and his playstyle, especially since he rose to greater prominence with the unveiling of the new dignitas team in early 2015 (who had previously been Copenhagen Wolves), they would probably recall three things: his Deagle round at DreamHack Open Leipzig, an on-and-off tendency to succumb to nerves in offline games, and a perhaps related shaky spray when using rifles.

Although 18-years-old now, Kjaerbye got his start in Counter-Strike: Source and slowly climbed the ladder of Danish teams and began to attract attention with his joining (once CS:GO had supplanted the previous game) of Danny "BERRY" Krüger's NO SIR! alongside another youngster in Hemen "xanzir" Nawros.

Although it has time and time again bothered a lot of the entrenched veteran players, CS:GO has proven to be an accelerant for many a young player with crazy aim, and Kjaerbye's rise was no exception.

Three months after joining the middling NO SIR! lineup, Kjaerbye had gathered enough notice to be drafted into Copenhagen Wolves alongside Casper "cadiaN" Møller. One noteworthy performance in particular that solidifed his status was his big-time LAN debut, at ASUS ROG Summer 2014, which NO SIR! (who by then were called myRevenge as they had a sponsor) managed to win.

As far as LAN debuts go, not much could go better than winning a tightly contested European LAN as well as averaging a 1.33 rating across all the maps, giving Kjaerbye a MVP-level performance (teammate Asger "AcilioN" Larsen likewise had a MVP performance). Although myRevenge afterwards lost their sponsor, and the team eventually drifted apart, Kjaerbye continued to propel forward and it was on Isak Gaming that he received his chance to play for Copenhagen Wolves.


Barely six months into wider fame in CS:GO, Kjaerbye played his first Major

And shortly afterwards, he was already attending his first Major, DreamHack Winter 2014, where CPH Wolves finished in 13-16th place.

Soon afterwards came the aforementioned swap to the new dignitas roster and the rest is history as they say.  Kjaerbye was with the organisation up until his recent move to Astralis; he was there for their low moments (there were quite a few) and for that one time around February-March 2016 when they were ranked #6-7 and looked to be on the verge of becoming an elite team.

Perhaps there is something that comes with rising too fast that leads to people trying to bring you down (and this fact goes into the wider esports scene and even beyond), but many have doubted the 18-year-old Dane from early on, both in his feasability on a top ten team and in his actual "legitness."

However, there is no use linking to forum threads, where the catcalls of idiots are allowed to roam free, and expecting solid analysis so we now turn to the numbers to examine the past year.


Kjaerbye's form on all maps in CS:GO

As this first diagram above shows, Kjaerbye's form (HLTV rating) across all maps since we started tracking him (online and offline) is characteristic of a young and rising talent.

If we were to make an analogy to an actual star and plot this form on a Hertzsprung-Russell diagram, then Kjaerbye would be like a young supergiant off of the Main Sequence in his early days, burning in an unsustainably bright manner against easy opposition. With mass (read this as wider attention) of course came resistance and the young player moved onto the Main Sequence and cooled off a bit.

However, we now see him rising in form again, perhaps accruing that giant status of more mature stars, rather than sinking into the nothingness of being a White Dwarf star. He could be at a point of coming into his own.

Moving aside from analogies however, there are still a few worrying traits that reinforce the idea of a "LAN nervous" player whose hands literally shake as he tries to mow down opponents. One of these traits is Kjaerbye's terrible form in the two Majors he attended, DHW 2014 and Cluj-Napoca 2015.

But when we factor in DreamHack Masters Malmö, a $250,000 event that was not a Major which Kjaerbye recently attended and where dignitas scored a 5-8th place finish (higher than Astralis), we are suddenly comforted with the statistical pattern of a player who is getting comfortable on the big stage.


Kjaerbye's Rating across all eight $250,000 maps he has played shows an upward trend

Perhaps the biggest indicator justifying his acquisition by Astralis however is a 2016-wide trend of a better rating across all spectrums, both online and offline, compared to 2015 although Kjaerbye did have a slightly higher LAN form in 2014, mostly thanks to that monstrous 1.33 rating at ASUS ROG Summer 2014.

Unless the next step upwards leads to a almost nationally-characteristic Danish breakdown for Kjaerbye and a return to the nerves of yore, I can see nothing amiss from grabbing up such a rising talent ahead of ELEAGUE (Astralis will of course have to make do without Kjaerbye at the Major).

And as a final note we should also remember the story of Philip "aizy" Aistrup, a former teammate of Kjaerbye's who was also added to the Copenhagen Wolves team in 2014 and also labelled as a rising talent but who has since not lived up to expectations.

One consolation this time however is that Kjaerbye will be entering into the fold and tutorship of Danish godfather IGL Finn "karrigan" Andersen (and by extension the coaching of veteran Danny "zonic" Sørensen) and the young player should be moulded into his full potential in a more efficient manner. And on the subject of karrigan, we turn to his team Astralis, who must now learn to mesh and play with Kjaerbye.

Denmark Astralis

Astralis previously held the number one spot in the world in the HLTV ranking, mainly due to their several event wins in 2015, with the latest being PGL Season 1. Many looked to them as an exemplar tactical team that last year: well-drilled, precisely lethal, and able to take down the world's hottest team of fnatic with an ease other teams simply could not pull off.

However, for various reasons the team metamorphosed (both in in name and in in-game form) into a more quiet competitor who would often finish in 3-4th place or 2nd place, but who could go no further and grasp the gold medals as they were wont to do in the previous year.

At their two latest tournaments, both of which were $250,000+ events, Astralis seemed even worse off than usual by finishing 7-8th and 9-12th place. And thus the soul-searching began to solve why a team who were often fighting for first place were suddenly ranked fifth and in danger of falling out of the elite.


cajunb could not step up at times for Astralis

Statistically, René "cajunb" Borg, the player on his way out of Astralis, held up his form even in his final offline games for the team, and although it would be hard to say that he carried matches or was a decisive factor in their wins, there is no downward trend in his form in 2016 overall.

However, it is curious to note that the 26-year-old player did struggle in a few games which may have been particularly devastating to Astralis' morale and thus may have been a deciding factor in his ousting, such as against Natus Vincere in the Major semifinals and against NiP in the team's Malmö decider.


Following a dip in late 2015/early 2016, cajunb recovered in his overall form 

One way to make sense of the swap is through analysing what sort of player Astralis may have felt that they were recently lacking. The duo of Nicolai "device" Reedtz and Peter "dupreeh" Rasmussen are the clear engine for the team, propelling it to victory when things get going and thus integral parts. Meanwhile, Andreas "Xyp9x" Højsleth remains the dedicated hardcore support player and karrigan is of course the tactician underpinning the entire venture.

This sort of logic leaves cajunb as the odd man out, a mix between fragger and support and rare hard carry who underperformed in a few emotionally decisive games.

When we then compare the forms of cajunb and new addition Kjaerbye, we can also see that while both players have played well lately, the 18-year-old is clearly hitting higher peaks and with more frequency.


A comparison of Kjaerbye and cajunb's form across all maps 

For a team looking to be more than "stable," but rather champions on top of the CS:GO pyramid, then the addition of an 18-year-old talent who can only continue climbing upwards in his form and in his skill makes clear sense.

Nevertheless, I cannot help but feel that when we consider the fate of his old teammate aizy and when we think about the various consistency issues surrounding Danish teams, Kjaerbye nevertheless is a gamble in some sense for Astralis.

Kjaerbye may have been known as a player likely to succumb to nerves during his dignitas days, but now the onus will be on him to perform like never before, and in fact to only play above and beyond his dignitas efforts.

If the team's online match against FaZe yesterday (which was going on as this article was being written) is any indication in terms of his performance, then the young player has so far managed to adapt well with his newfound teammates.

The real test however, will be decided in an offline setting and particularly at a $250,000+ event and it just so happens that Astralis' next event is ELEAGUE Season 1, a marquee tournament with over $1 million on offer. The stakes could not be higher.

stich writes for HLTV.org and can be found on Twitter

Denmark René 'cajunb' Borg
René 'cajunb' Borg
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.07
Maps played:
1452
KPR:
0.71
DPR:
0.63
APR:
0.13
Denmark Peter 'dupreeh' Rasmussen
Peter 'dupreeh' Rasmussen
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
1523
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.65
APR:
0.14
Denmark Nicolai 'device' Reedtz
Nicolai 'device' Reedtz
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.17
Maps played:
1403
KPR:
0.79
DPR:
0.62
APR:
0.13
Denmark Markus 'Kjaerbye' Kjærbye
Markus 'Kjaerbye' Kjærbye
Age:
21
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.05
Maps played:
1329
KPR:
0.72
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.15
Denmark Finn 'karrigan' Andersen
Finn 'karrigan' Andersen
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.93
Maps played:
1538
KPR:
0.64
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.13
Denmark Hemen 'xanzir' Nawros
Hemen 'xanzir' Nawros
Age:
26
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.01
Maps played:
79
KPR:
0.69
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.15
Denmark Danny 'zonic' Sørensen
Danny 'zonic' Sørensen
Age:
33
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.75
Maps played:
20
KPR:
0.49
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.11
Denmark Asger 'AcilioN' Larsen
Asger 'AcilioN' Larsen
Age:
23
Rating 1.0:
0.96
Maps played:
1141
KPR:
0.66
DPR:
0.68
APR:
0.15
Denmark Danny 'BERRY' Krüger
Danny 'BERRY' Krüger
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
0.88
Maps played:
639
KPR:
0.62
DPR:
0.73
APR:
0.15
Denmark Andreas 'Xyp9x' Højsleth
Andreas 'Xyp9x' Højsleth
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
1580
KPR:
0.67
DPR:
0.61
APR:
0.17
Denmark Casper 'cadiaN' Møller
Casper 'cadiaN' Møller
Age:
24
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
962
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.64
APR:
0.11
Denmark Philip 'aizy' Aistrup
Philip 'aizy' Aistrup
Age:
23
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.03
Maps played:
1312
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.67
APR:
0.14
#1
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Cyprus Swishh_ 
n1
2016-05-21 21:29
LG TOP 1 2016 LETS GO MY FAVELAAAAAS
2016-05-21 21:48
#65
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Cyprus Swishh_ 
EMINEM REPLIED OMFG
2016-05-21 21:48
WASSSUPPPPPPP
2016-05-21 21:49
#69
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Cyprus Swishh_ 
LOVE YA
2016-05-21 21:49
#74
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Turkey Mustafa- 
Give me :(
2016-05-21 21:52
<3
2016-05-21 22:16
#154
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Australia LACH1E 
VUGGO IS IT YOU?
2016-05-25 03:32
Nice job Stich , it is nice to see articles like this *i think you Miswrote feasibility tho xD
2016-05-21 22:27
#125
ANa | 
Poland Wypas17 
Kjaerbye is a fucking CHEATER
2016-05-22 10:31
#126
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Cyprus Swishh_ 
and why do you reply to ME
2016-05-22 11:00
#131
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United States 7hai 
because he is obviously not very gifted in the brain area
2016-05-22 11:20
#136
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Cyprus Swishh_ 
lmfao
2016-05-22 11:56
AREA*
2016-05-22 16:49
#2
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Poland MatiPasio 
KJAERBYE > ALL
2016-05-21 21:29
Ez for Ence
2016-05-22 04:52
astralis onliners
2016-05-21 21:29
dicks
2016-05-21 21:29
4
2016-05-21 21:29
My swisscom internet had delay I had to scroll down the whole page xD
2016-05-21 21:30
#7
aizy | 
Europe Winde 
Amazing talent.
2016-05-21 21:30
without cheat he just shiet
2016-05-21 22:13
nt vietnam xd
2016-05-21 23:53
wassup ruski, you see he top frag nowvin astralis? What a blatant cheater.
2016-05-22 04:35
Not deserved for rip
2016-05-21 21:30
1
2016-05-21 21:29
xD
2016-05-21 21:29
#11
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Germany Reshock 
1
2016-05-21 21:29
#12
EliGE | 
United States CiToX 
Cool
2016-05-21 21:29
1st
2016-05-21 21:29
#14
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United States ShreddiE^ 
god kjaerbye
2016-05-21 21:29
#16
SPUNJ | 
Brazil FalKsCS 
ez
2016-05-21 21:29
wow
2016-05-21 21:29
E
2016-05-21 21:29
n1
2016-05-21 21:29
1
2016-05-21 21:29
#21
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Russia Reph 
god kjb
2016-05-21 21:29
1
2016-05-21 21:29
yes 1st
2016-05-21 21:29
#24
BnTeT | 
Indonesia CnofuesD 
damn
2016-05-21 21:29
asd
2016-05-21 21:30
#27
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Luxembourg Hargreaves 
wut ns
2016-05-21 21:30
#28
kNgV- | 
Brazil vicTHOR 
read it all guys
2016-05-21 21:30
-karrigan +cajunB
2016-05-21 21:30
- xyp9x + one good sniper then astralis fix ;)
2016-05-21 21:31
#88
f0rest | 
Russia 1.6 FTW 
yes. and device rifler and top1 astralis
2016-05-21 22:24
people seem to seriously underestimate Xyp9x.
2016-05-22 02:05
One of the best support players in the world, people just want a team with 4 entry fraggers and one AWP, and don't see how tactics come in, i can tell your rank from what you just said lmao.
2016-05-22 10:16
support is not even a role anymore. but yea people understimate xyp9x a lot and he has his value on this team. :)
2016-05-22 16:28
Well support is a roll, and even pros that play support call them self support and top analyst call them support, idk what you mean by support is not a roll, where did you read this? I hope it was not a HLTV comment haha.
2016-05-23 01:08
+1 Karrigan to coach
2016-05-21 21:34
+1
2016-05-21 22:05
Kick the IGL? And add cajunB???
2016-05-22 10:13
#30
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Kazakhstan kaizerinator 
Probably the most strong danish player
2016-05-21 21:30
CAJUNB > KJAERBYE
2016-05-21 21:30
gl kjarbeye, gl cajunb! hope astralis finally win something big
2016-05-21 21:30
pgl? faceit? not big?
2016-05-21 22:08
I mean these year ;)
2016-05-21 22:16
OK!
2016-05-21 22:16
WHOOO DA FUCK CARES WHEN PAPA IS BAAAACK PASHAAAAAAAAAAA
2016-05-21 21:30
Hey stich, what happens to cajunb's share of the company?
2016-05-21 21:32
I think it was in the Astralis Q&A no? astralis.gg/qa-astralis-ownership/
2016-05-21 21:38
Lmao ez money. All he has to do is sit back and chill.
2016-05-21 22:42
THANK MR STICH
2016-05-21 21:31
ez for ence
2016-05-21 21:31
Make danish cs scene great
2016-05-21 21:32
#40
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Denmark Notallama 
I really love his aggressive and confident playstyle, he reminds me of COLON from 1.6. (Who happened to be accused of cheating a lot as well, due to a peculiar confident playstyle) If he keeps being allowed to keep this playstyle according to Astralis' tactics as we've already seen in his first matches with them, I can't see why he won't become even better. He is still very young, and need to attend regular LANs and grow his confidence even further
2016-05-21 21:37
lmao what are you talking about
2016-05-21 21:49
You must be blind or slightly retarded
2016-05-22 10:18
+1
2016-05-21 22:31
"However, there is no use linking to forum threads, where the catcalls of idiots are allowed to roam free, and expecting solid analysis so we now turn to the numbers to examine the past year" lol superappelflap stich mentioned you in the article ROFL XD
2016-05-21 21:32
And he called him an idiot. Stich such savage!
2016-05-21 22:42
top 1 legit player
2016-05-21 21:34
#45
Aleksib | 
Finland f1nch 
GJ stich
2016-05-21 21:35
is evryone blind or just denying that this kid is obv. using a no recoil hack ?
2016-05-21 21:35
HE'S JUST NERVOUS XD
2016-05-21 21:38
Kappa, nervous when he presses mouse4
2016-05-21 21:39
aimbot+rcs looks normal to these silvers.
2016-05-21 21:57
we all know
2016-05-22 06:09
You are obviously retarded
2016-05-22 10:20
nt inbred
2016-05-22 11:15
says the American?
2016-05-22 11:37
#140
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Russia refrain 
I'm sure he is. I don't know why valve ignore this. Even Anders said it on official ESL stream. Also he mentioned TENZKI. But no one gave a fuck.
2016-05-22 12:24
best article, ty stich
2016-05-21 21:37
Nice read.
2016-05-21 21:37
His hands shake because thats how hes used to play to better control his spray (in his mind) not because hes nervous. He does ir even online. Isnt this the case??? He really confirmed himself that the reason he shakes like that was due to the fact that he's nervous??? Is this true??? Hm..... If thats true then wow...... That means he really gets nervous
2016-05-21 21:38
so let's assume he's telling the truth, and his shaking isn't caused by a cheat that must mean it's a habit/skill that he developed after playing thousands of hours of CS. So basically what that means is that randomly shaking your mouse around when you shoot is a good method of recoil control that will eventually land you a spot in a tier 1 team. This implies that he hasn't learned decent spray control in his entire CS career, but still somehow gets a ton of headshots, and can compete with players who have mastered each gun's spray control. LMAO one must be braindead to actually believe such things-- even Master Guardians have better grasp of recoil control. The shaking is an obvious cheat. You couldn't replicate the shaking in this video even if you really had parkinsons youtu.be/wY3YB47M6G4
2016-05-21 21:43
who the fuck said that the shaking is random? also that video that you dumbfucks keep linking is honestly the dumbest thing I've seen in my life, HOW THE FUCK IS A VIDEO WHERE HE HARDLY EVEN HITS THE ENEMY PROOF THAT HE CHEATS YOU DUMB FUCKING SPASTIC... END OF FUCKING DISCUSSION NOW DELETE YOUR INTERNET
2016-05-21 21:52
wow good argument friend
2016-05-21 21:54
fucking right my man, now delete your internet my dumb friend.
2016-05-21 21:57
Please don't delete Internet though. He can cut his connection wire though.
2016-05-21 22:48
Yea, i know its not the cheat lol, i never even considered that option, i guess there are kids say that though, but the only two reasons i can think of is thats a habit he developed over time like u said or he's indeed too nervous, but even if your nervous i cant belive anyone could shake like that, especially when you're holding your mouse tight. You wont see the actual shakiness in game, it just wont show cause u r holding on to something, so to me its a habit 100% unless he himself confirms otherwise :)) i guess stich knows something :))
2016-05-21 21:51
It's 100% cheat. And frankly I'm shocked the rest of the pro scene is so quiet about Astralis picking up the most blatant cheater in the entire scene lmao they all really too scared to say something? because they all know he's badly cheating.
2016-05-21 23:30
how delusional are you? "Hey lets shake my aim like crazy to hide my aimbot while a thousand people are watching, totally not suspicious at all" Also the video you posted doesn't support your argument at all, it does the opposite. He lands 1bullet our of 14 in close range. Really great cheat he got there.
2016-05-22 11:33
if any of this is fishy to you then you obviously havent been in the situations urself or your not even as good as them LOL!
2016-05-22 10:18
You are telling me he uses no recoil with 200.000 spectators? At lan with several admins, coaches standing right behind him? You are some special kind of retard if you think someone would use a so obvious looking cheat.
2016-05-22 10:23
Very good post, stich. Thank you
2016-05-21 21:38
Lol cajunb had better form that kjaerbye for most months except one and they say he is performing worse? Pls dont shit on cajunb, he was their most consistent player. Astralis fucked up
2016-05-21 21:42
cajunb is underrated but overall it wont be a negative change, either a neutral one or positive for the breath of fresh air that comes with roster changes
2016-05-21 21:44
n1 stich
2016-05-21 21:42
Kjaerbye is BEAST and always have been! but i still dont understand what happened to xanzir and mupzG. they had so much potential. especially xanzir in late 2014
2016-05-21 21:43
They both have old vac bans. No good teams will touch them. xanzir had some offers last year, as the status of his ban was a bit vague, but ultimately had to accept his fate and put his focus elsewhere.
2016-05-22 07:09
A cheating beast*
2016-05-22 11:03
dev1ce>dupreeh>kjaerbye>xyp9x>finnigan
2016-05-21 21:44
ahaha stich stop deleting my posts
2016-05-21 21:49
#70
Spain fd` 
real talent.
2016-05-21 21:50
very nice to read, gl Kjaerbye and his team!
2016-05-21 21:51
#76
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Brazil BuddyINSANE 
good luck boy!
2016-05-21 21:56
#79
Europe bueR 
not sure pure fragging power was the extra oomph astralis lacked but we shall see.
2016-05-21 21:58
Though only BATISTUTA could have made such a thread =D
2016-05-21 22:02
WHEN I SAY CAJUN YOU SAYS FRIES CAJUN FRIES CAJUN FRIESSS i1.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/newsfeed/00..
2016-05-21 22:19
cant realy compare cajun to kjaerbye when one constantly plays against t1 on against t2.
2016-05-21 22:24
Nah - you're wrong. Dig plays against a lot of T1 teams.
2016-05-22 17:46
Most ugly playstyle in the world
2016-05-21 22:25
#91
roman | 
Palestine ndr[o] 
can't wait for LAN matches in a deep bracket where plays against LG and Na`Vi, but despite all of that this leaves me with a feeling that folks gonna overhype the shit out of him based on his recent online matches. we shall see...
2016-05-21 22:26
there is no use linking to forum threads, where the catcalls of idiots are allowed to roam free Stich the savage.
2016-05-21 22:31
rekt
2016-05-22 04:07
pld
2016-05-21 22:32
nice
2016-05-21 22:34
Kjaerbye seems like a rising talent. Hope that Astralis works well for him and the team as a whole. gl
2016-05-21 22:47
#139
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Russia refrain 
rising talent? s1mple is rising talent. Kjaerbye is just lucky fangay who made it to pros. And also has aimbot.
2016-05-22 12:21
s1mple lost the ability to be a rising talent when he left Liquid, because now he plays for some shit team with his friends. Kjaerbye's been improving since 2014, so no, he's not a 'lucky fangay'. And you have no evidence to suggest he has aimbot, so it just sounds like you're mad.
2016-05-22 12:28
nice chance for him
2016-05-21 23:07
Kjaerbye has parkinson's disease... cancerous movement, shaky spray, definitely a downgrade for astralis.
2016-05-21 23:26
"as the team Danish super team" You should fix that
2016-05-21 23:45
Agreed. It should say "Danish team"
2016-05-22 03:09
hltv(stich) Astralis fanboy confirmed.
2016-05-22 00:30
dayum your writing is good stich
2016-05-22 01:46
#110
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Hong Kong SHiFT^up 
Really good article, twas a nice read. n1 stich
2016-05-22 03:49
Ez for ence
2016-05-22 09:50
He already proved himself online.
2016-05-22 10:27
to be a cheater? seems like it.
2016-05-22 11:08
and he looks like a hamster aswell
2016-05-22 11:22
#135
Xyp9x | 
Denmark STATiC^ 
<3
2016-05-22 11:43
Enjoyed reading this, good job stich. <33
2016-05-22 12:12
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aimboter. sooner or later u'll get ban.
2016-05-22 12:20
lmao retard cyka
2016-05-22 12:37
'However, there is no use linking to forum threads, where the catcalls of idiots are allowed to roam free, and expecting solid analysis so we now turn to the numbers to examine the past year.' That moment when even HLTV have had enough of the retards roaming around their community.
2016-05-22 12:29
However, there is no use linking to forum threads, where the catcalls of idiots are allowed to roam free, and expecting solid analysis so we now turn to the numbers to examine the past year. stich just destroyed all the retards on this site with that one sentence
2016-05-22 12:34
stich = Astralis fanboy
2016-05-22 16:43
Right now Astralis will ride on Kjaerbye's form!!! But if turns out to be inconsistent then Astralis is doomed!!
2016-05-22 13:23
good read, ty stich
2016-05-23 06:07
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