chrisJ: "We're not planning on practicing teams who will play at the Major"

mousesports' Chris "chrisJ" de Jong talked to HLTV.org following his team's victory over Renegades which qualified them for the ELEAGUE Major.

Despite starting the Swiss format with a 2-0 record, mousesports ended up clinching their spot at the ELEAGUE Major in the fifth round, after losses to Cloud9 and Space Soldiers, as they passed Renegades with ease.

After the team qualified, we got a hold of Chris "chrisJ" de Jong to discuss several topics, including their last three matches at the tournament, preparation ahead of the Major itself, and more:

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Netherlands Chris 'chrisJ' de Jong
Chris 'chrisJ' de Jong
Age:
29
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.04
Maps played:
1422
KPR:
0.70
DPR:
0.66
APR:
0.11
#1
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United States _z0ren 
+1
2018-01-16 02:32
C0NGR4TULATIONS
2018-01-16 02:33
nice
2018-01-16 02:32
#3
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Finland Smoonah 
interesting.....
2018-01-16 02:32
#5
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Kyrgyzstan XcmlX 
RIPJ
2018-01-16 02:32
#6
Xyp9x | 
China Autumn7 
#2
2018-01-16 02:32
Mouz not practicing, what's new?
2018-01-16 02:33
#23
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Other WorldIsAFuck 
It was hltv clickbait
2018-01-16 09:10
+1
2018-01-17 06:51
#8
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Australia KatVian 
Cool
2018-01-16 02:33
:thinking:
2018-01-16 02:33
Saving strats? :thinking:
2018-01-16 03:20
#11
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Brazil skindaskill 
Confid
2018-01-16 02:35
#12
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China wordEXE 
nah who needs experience vs top teams
2018-01-16 02:36
#13
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Finland allu b 
wanna pracc today at 19?
2018-01-16 02:49
#14
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Denmark Xipingu 
k Chris, and no one cares
2018-01-16 02:54
#15
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Brazil HueyNewton 
ChrisJokes
2018-01-16 03:12
what a savage
2018-01-16 03:14
#17
Finland FliE 
Kick Styko RIGHT NOW and you'll still have time to practice with the replacement, whoever that might be (anyone else is an improvement). Otherwise it'll just be a repeat of last time if the other players show up: they'll drag the team to the finals or at least the playoffs, where Styko single-handedly throws the tournament away. He is complete, utter, absolute trash who baits his teammates to get frags, and still fails miserably every single time.
2018-01-16 03:16
Don't hurt STYKO :<<<
2018-01-16 04:11
#21
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Germany ropzGOD 
One of you again, i coul explain you why styko is very important to mouz. Well, you know what, im gonna do it. Styko is a supporter, no fragger and people like you look at frags. Mouz doesnt need him to frag only to support the rest. While he does that, all he has to do is trade or clutch and maybe exitfrag. He is no entry or someone mouz tries to force into a duel, hes there to support not frag.
2018-01-16 05:45
Considering he has oskar, ropz and sunny in his team, how can he shine like them? Xd these guys writing -styko are just braindead, they barely know anything about csgo.
2018-01-16 09:39
#25
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Germany ropzGOD 
+1
2018-01-16 10:12
#26
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Netherlands !napz 
+1 people saying that styko is useless are retarded, and do not understand the basics of professional CSGO
2018-01-16 13:23
#27
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Germany ropzGOD 
Yeah all stupid. You know kai right? :D (kaio4301)
2018-01-16 13:24
Best of luck to his team his team in groups, mouz are a great team and need to prove themselves this time.
2018-01-16 03:19
0-3 inc
2018-01-16 06:06
#28
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Europe tweekzter 
ChrisJ - very sympathic guy.
2018-01-16 17:31
chrisJ: "We don't feel like trying to make it to the playoffs, top 16 is good enough for us"
2018-01-17 11:12
more like he doesn't want to give away strats
2018-01-17 11:17
You can practice against other teams without giving away strats. That's where the term saving it for the major comes from. You play but don't use strats. C9 did it just fine, don't see why mouz can't
2018-01-17 12:06
#34
United Kingdom JME_ 
ChrisJ tactical masterclass inbound
2018-01-17 12:05
LOL what
2018-01-17 22:14
6d chess by mr j
2018-01-18 15:00
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