Top 20 players of 2021: HObbit (6)

Abay "⁠HObbit⁠" Khasenov's impressively high floor and consistency pushed him to 6th place on the Top 20 players of 2021 ranking powered by GG.BET.

Top 20 players of 2021: Introduction

HObbit's time in competitive CS began within the local Kazakh scene with a core of players that included the likes of Dastan "⁠dastan⁠" Akbayev, Bektiyar "⁠fitch⁠" Bahytov, and Adlet "⁠keeN⁠" Nyrseytov. They were quickly signed by Tengri, and while the team played in mostly qualifiers for larger events, their biggest success with HObbit came when they played at Adrenaline Cyber League 2016.

There, Tengri took down an early iteration of Gambit on LAN, with HObbit standing out as the highest rated player in the victory thanks to a huge performance on the first map Train. This likely impressed the Gambit side, as just a couple weeks later they signed HObbit alongside Danylo "⁠Zeus⁠" Teslenko, creating the lineup that would go on to win PGL Krakow.

Gambit immediately looked to impress, as after qualifying for DreamHack Winter 2016 they won the event, beating Cloud9 and OpTic as well as outplacing the likes of Dignitas. HObbit also picked up the first MVP of his career at the Swedish tournament, posting a 1.25 rating over his 10 maps.

DreamHack Winter boded well for Gambit going into 2017

Going into the ELEAGUE Atlanta Major, they had risen to the top 15 and looked to continue to improve. At the American tournament, they took down both North and FaZe in the Swiss group to secure a spot in the playoffs. There Gambit faced fnatic, and despite the Swedish side having a nearly brand new lineup, HObbit and co. fell in three maps.

Gambit stuck around the same level for the next few months, and going into PGL Krakow were certainly not one of the favorites to win, with Astralis and SK serving as the top dogs for that event. But in one of the biggest underdog runs in Major history, Gambit clinched the title, defeating fnatic, Astralis, and Immortals in their playoff run and becoming the first CIS team to win a Major.

Once Zeus left to return to Natus Vincere, Gambit sustained a fairly strong level but eventually slowly fell apart, with HObbit eventually leaving the team in the fall of 2018. Before this, he earned the 11th place on the Top 20 Players of 2017 thanks to his strong consistency. After departing Gambit, the Kazakhstani player found himself playing in their tier two levels of the CIS scene with both HellRaisers and Winstrike.

HObbit had a rough time back down in tier two

"My wish and drive to compete didn’t fade away. I’ve been playing this game since I was a kid, and I fully feel this game, every part of it matters to me; as you can see, I’m the oldest player in this ranking. It’s a big honor and history."

"My family (wife, daughter) has helped me a lot, they really motivate me. My brother has helped me as well and keeps helping everyday. My parents have always believed in me, for which I’m grateful."

"It was very hard for me [to return to tier two], it was breaking me as if I carried a 200-ton rock on my back. Imagine falling down from the top of a mountain and making the decision to rise again right after it happened, against all the odds. Fortunately, great players and people followed me on this path."

"Looking back now and realizing what path I walked, I can say with confidence that I’m proud of myself for never giving up as I kept improving, and nothing has changed to this day. I thank my close ones for always being by my side during tough times."

HObbit had varying levels of success during this time, but in July of 2020 he made the bold move of returning to Gambit with their Gambit Youngsters lineup. With the core's wild success within tier two over the summer, it wasn't long until the squad was promoted to the main Gambit team.

"I knew exactly what team I was joining, and first and foremost, I was confident - and still am - in Konstantin "groove" Pikiner as a leader and a strategist."

"When I first joined the team, I felt a strong will to victory, each teammate was willing to work on himself. Right away I realized it was just a matter of time before we broke out."

HObbit has a lot of confidence in groove as a leader
KazakhstanHObbit
2021 Tournament stats
TournamentEvent Team (place) Rating 2.0 (in team) ADR KPR DPR Impact KAST Award
IEM Katowice
(1st)
1.19 (2nd, +5%) 83.4 0.75 0.64 1.29 71.7% EVP
ESL Pro League S13
(2nd)
1.20 (3rd, +3%) 83.3 0.74 0.63 1.25 72.4% EVP
DHM Spring
(2nd)
1.24 (1st, +11%) 88.6 0.79 0.61 1.17 75.7% EVP
EPIC League CIS
(1st)
1.32 (1st, +14%) 89.2 0.82 0.56 1.36 74.7% MVP
IEM Summer
(1st)
1.05 (4th, -7%) 70.1 0.64 0.64 1.07 70.5%
BLAST Spring Final
(1st)
1.21 (2nd, +9%) 84.6 0.75 0.61 1.20 73.2% MVP
StarLadder CIS RMR
(2nd)
1.12 (3rd, +2%) 77.6 0.68 0.62 1.06 74.2% EVP
IEM Cologne
(5-6th)
1.15 (4th, +4%) 78.2 0.70 0.62 1.18 72.6%
ESL Pro League S14
(5-8th)
1.22 (2nd, +11%) 83.1 0.79 0.61 1.25 72.6% EVP
IEM Fall CIS
(1st)
1.12 (3rd, -6%) 80.3 0.67 0.64 1.11 72.7% EVP
PGL Major
(3-4th)
1.13 (2nd, +7%) 79.7 0.72 0.66 1.19 71.4% EVP
V4 Future Sports Festival
(1st)
1.22 (2nd, +5%) 88.4 0.76 0.64 1.33 70.9% EVP
IEM Winter
(5-6th)
1.02 (3rd, -4%) 76.9 0.64 0.67 0.99 69.1%
BLAST World Final
(2nd)
1.13 (2nd, +3%) 77.9 0.74 0.61 1.03 73.8% EVP
5%+ above average
5%+ below average
Closer than 5% to average

Early on this iteration of Gambit was characterized for the insane level shown by Dmitry "⁠sh1ro⁠" Sokolov but were considered limited by the rest of the lineup and wouldn't be able to truly jump to the next level, only making top four at DreamHack December and January. However, things changed once February arrived and Gambit attended IEM Katowice.

In a very impressive run which included taking down Heroic and G2 in Group A, Gambit went on to take down all three other CIS rivals in Natus Vincere, Spirit, and Virtus.pro to take home the championship. HObbit picked up his first EVP of the year and was the second highest rated player from his team behind sh1ro.

"During Katowice we were already strong game-wise. On top of that, we had an advantage in a sense that the majority of top teams didn’t know how to play against us."

"For me, [my best memory of 2021 is] our victory at IEM Katowice, it was an unforgettable moment."

Katowice was the high point for HObbit in 2021

Things just clicked for Gambit after this, with the team continuing their excellent form at ESL Pro League Season 13. Sweeping the group stage, they earned a high seed going into the playoffs and finished in second place after a long five map series against Heroic. HObbit stood out again, earning yet another EVP after putting up some big maps in every one of the eight series they played.

"As you know, we fell short at ESL Pro League but had good results overall, and that’s why I think we claimed the No. 1 spot on HLTV. The emotions were very positive, there was a feeling of euphoria."

"Losing to Heroic in the final of ESL Pro League [is my worst memory from 2021], I really wanted to win two big tournaments in a row."

They were able to get revenge on the Danes just a couple days later at the BLAST Spring Showdown, which saw HObbit and co. qualify for the Spring Final. At DreamHack Spring it was once again a similar story, with Gambit easily topping the group stage with victories over both G2 and Natus Vincere. In the playoffs, HObbit really hit a new level, putting up a massive 1.52 rating and 101 ADR to destroy the French-Balkan squad in the semifinals. While the grand final against Natus Vincere was fairly one-sided with Aleksandr "⁠s1mple⁠" Kostyliev going nuclear, HObbit still put up a strong fight with a 1.14 rating in the three map series. Putting up his best performance of the year so far, the Kazakhstani player ended up second in the MVP race, missing out on the highest award to s1mple in one of the Ukrainian's best events in 2021.

HObbit had his best form during the late Spring and early Summer

HObbit carried his exceptional form into the next event, EPIC League CIS. While there was much controversy surrounding the tournament, Gambit still established themselves as a top two team within CIS with an undefeated playoff run to win the first 2021 RMR event. In particular, HObbit went huge in the final two series of the tournament against both Akuma and Virtus.pro, where he secured 1.74 and 1.45 ratings, respectively, finishing the whole event with a 1.32 rating overall — higher than even s1mple. All this combined made for an easy MVP award going the way of the Kazakhstani veteran.

IEM Summer saw HObbit cool off a bit, letting his teammates sh1ro and Sergey "⁠Ax1Le⁠" Rykhtorov return to the spotlight. Gambit still winning this tournament in a quite convincing fashion despite HObbit's average numbers went on to show the depth of the skill on the team, particularly the power trio.

HObbit didn't let this form last long however, as he returned to star numbers at the BLAST Spring Finals. Averaging a 1.21 rating, he ended up just below sh1ro and Kristian "⁠k0nfig⁠" Wienecke but thanks to his unbelievable consistency, putting up at least a 1.11 rating in every single map, he earned his second MVP of the year. In particular, HObbit stood out in the upper bracket final against Natus Vincere, while sh1ro took the reins in their grand final rematch and victory.

"For me, I enjoy displaying consistent and beautiful play. I enjoyed every single game at those tournaments, and I didn’t really think of having good statistics, I think that was the main reason [for the MVPs]."

BLAST Spring Finals was HObbit's best event of the year

After a quick top two placing at the StarLadder CIS RMR, the first big LAN since the pandemic arrived at IEM Cologne. While the younger players of Gambit had attended LANs before, none were as big or prestigious as Cologne. Gambit kicked off their Cologne run with two convincing series wins over MOUZ and NIP, putting them into the upper bracket final of Group A. After a grueling series, they fell to G2 but still made the playoffs in the second spot. While HObbit had played very well during the groups, Gambit struggled in the round of six against FaZe, finishing Cologne with a 5th-6th placing.

Gambit had a lot of pressure on them going into IEM Cologne, primarily because the team had made their rise to the top during the online era, and had yet to prove their full worth on LAN. What Cologne showed was that Gambit was a legitimate top team, and while they were not a dominant number one, they were certainly still a strong contender and among the world's best.

"First of all, you are comfortable online with conditions that you have, while offline is the atmosphere that you cannot get a grasp of through the screen. Overall, the game is the same. Sure, you need to have experience so that atmosphere doesn’t prevent you from showing your game, and you can also use it to your advantage."

"As I said before, the pressure and lack of experience affected us at our first LAN tournament of such a magnitude, but in general I think that we did well as we made it out of the groups and gained great experience for the future."

Gambit proved they weren't onliners in the second part of the season

Returning from the tournament break, Gambit had another decent placing at ESL Pro League Season 14, making top eight after topping Group D. HObbit stood out in both their close series against Liquid as well as the domination versus FURIA, ending up as Gambit's second highest rated player at the event. In the end, it was a classic big performance from Mathieu "⁠ZywOo⁠" Herbaut which prevented them from going further in the event, with Gambit being unable to stop the Frenchman's damage output or entry kills.

Returning back to CIS, Gambit had the final RMR tournament to play before the PGL Major. While they were sitting in third place in the RMR rankings, placing highly in the event gave Gambit the shot to qualify for PGL Stockholm as a Legend, bypassing the first stage of the event. The squad ravaged the regional tournament, topping Group B after some quick tiebreakers with Virtus.pro and INDE IRAE, demolished Entropiq in the semifinals (including a 16–0 Mirage), and wrapped up with a clean 2-0 victory over Natus Vincere. As usual, HObbit ended up with an EVP, but it was the work of sh1ro who carried most of the event.

Due to this performance, Gambit did indeed qualify for PGL Stockholm as Legends and went into the event with high expectations considering their exceptional spring and summer form. They kicked off the Swiss group with a win against ENCE but followed it up with a harsh loss to regional rivals Entropiq. In the 1-1 pool they faced Virtus.pro, and thanks to a monstrous performance from HObbit, which saw him secure 39 kills in regulation, Gambit were able to sneak past with a 16-14 win.

Gambit made the playoffs in the 3-1 bracket

They then eased past NIP in the 2-1 pool to secure themselves a place in the playoffs, and the team's first time playing in front of a large crowd. In what some considered a lucky draw, Gambit was pitted against FURIA, who had beaten the odds to make the playoffs. While the Brazilians played close on both maps, HObbit's veteran prowess prevailed, and Gambit won the series 2-0 and moved on to the semis. Gambit was then faced with an absolutely unstoppable Natus Vincere, and despite being destroyed by s1mple, HObbit still put up a worthy fight on Overpass, posting a 1.35 rating despite the 8-16 loss.

"Of course we wanted to win [the tournament]. The result was good, but it would have gone better if we had played a few offline events before such an important tournament."

Top four at the first Major for four of the players was still an incredible achievement, and for the lineup to be able to convert their performances to LAN play proved that Gambit was here to stay. It also showed that HObbit was back and provided much-needed experience in the lineup.

Shortly after the conclusion of the Major, Gambit traveled to Hungary to compete in the V4 Future Sports Festival 2021. Despite an initial map loss to Fiend, the event was relatively simple for the CIS giants, who went on to dominate most of the competition before taking down Entropiq in a close five-map final.

HObbit's teammates made top four at their first Major

Going into the end of the year, the shuffle season had already begun behind the scenes, with many lineups having already committed to making changes. Not Gambit, however, and IEM Winter served as an opportunity to take advantage of that and secure another high placing. Despite starting the event strong with a 1.69 rating in the win against fnatic, IEM Winter ended up as HObbit's weakest tournament of the year. He put in quite average numbers in both group stage series against FaZe and fnatic, although the team still advanced to the playoffs. In the round of six they played a Vitality that had no pressure on them, with HObbit only managing a 0.97 rating in the three map defeat.

"When you get used to a team, it’s always easier to play and understand each other, but the main thing is the work each of us did. We motivate each other for our efforts, including our coach, manager, and analyst."

The final event of the year was the BLAST World Final, for which they had qualified by winning the Spring Finals. Gambit seemed to be getting more used to LAN competition, as they took down Heroic and Liquid to put themselves into the upper bracket final. They were able to get revenge on Vitality, with HObbit standing out in the two map victory and putting up a 1.23 rating despite ZywOo's best efforts to shut him down. In the grand final they met their old rivals Natus Vincere once again, meeting them for the 13th and final time in 2021. Despite taking it to three maps, Gambit were unable to withstand the sheer oppressive force of s1mple and had to bow out with a simple second place.

"I think NAVI also have a hard time playing against us; it’s a classic derby and part of CS:GO history. The lack of offline experience made it harder for us, but we dealt with the rest. We will see our rivalry develop in the future."

Why was HObbit the 6th best player of 2021?

HObbit's impressively high floor and consistency helped him make a return to the top 20 in grand fashion after four years, claiming the 6th place this time around. A testament to that consistency and as one of the pillars of Gambit's success, HObbit collected two MVP medals and nine EVP selections throughout the year, which in total made him the player with the 3rd most such recognitions during 2021.

"It’s an honor for me to make the top players of 2021 list and be among such people in general. Most of all, I’m happy with the team results with such young and promising players. I’m a happy man!"

However, some of those awards were at medium-sized events, including the MVP at the first CIS RMR. Moreover, his peaks in general were slightly less impressive in comparison to other players in contention for the top 5, which contributed to him not climbing further in the ranking. Looking at it from the other side however, his floor and consistency were the reason he outdid his predecessors on the list, as he put up a 1.12 or higher rating in 13 of his 15 events.

HObbit was one of the players in 2021 who most often had a solid map, with a 1.00+ rating 74.5% of the time (7th most frequent). He stood out as one of the best damage dealers on average (82.4, #7), a lot of which led to assists (0.16 assists per round, #4). Part of that high damage output was also his great utility usage (6.3 damage per round, #10).

"I think my team is the one to thank, then comes my love for the game, which only keeps growing."

What really cemented HObbit as one of 2021's elite players was the impressive play in Big matches, as he averaged the joint-5th highest rating of 1.14 across 65 maps, including matches like the IEM Katowice grand final against Virtus.pro and the aforementioned DreamHack Masters Spring semi-final versus G2

"The goal [for 2022] stays the same - to get better and stronger than I was in 2021."

Bold prediction by GG.BET

A regular recurring feature in the Top 20 player ranking series, the Bold prediction segment returns in 2021, this time around requiring players to choose a player that is under the age of 20 and has yet to play in a top 20 team.

Much like Denis "⁠electroNic⁠" Sharipov, HObbit chose to pick Petr "⁠fame⁠" Bolyshev from K23. The 18-year-old currently has a 1.12 rating over the past three months, and will soon be competing at Funspark ULTI 2021, where Gambit is also attending. "I would like to see fame from K23 in the Top 20. I like the way he plays."

HObbit also chose to shout out Guatemalan player Mario "⁠malbsMd⁠" Samayoa, who recently joined up with 00NATION after a year and a half playing with TeamOne. "Also I would like to mention malbsMd, I remember him from the match against us in which he did well."


Stay tuned to our Top 20 players of 2021 ranking and take a look at the Introduction article to learn more about how the players were selected. This year's ranking is supported by:

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Russia Petr 'fame' Bolyshev
Petr 'fame' Bolyshev
Age:
19
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.07
Maps played:
398
KPR:
0.74
DPR:
0.67
Russia Dmitry 'sh1ro' Sokolov
Dmitry 'sh1ro' Sokolov
Age:
20
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.22
Maps played:
805
KPR:
0.77
DPR:
0.53
Russia Sergey 'Ax1Le' Rykhtorov
Sergey 'Ax1Le' Rykhtorov
Age:
20
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
878
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.63
Ukraine Aleksandr 's1mple' Kostyliev
Aleksandr 's1mple' Kostyliev
Age:
24
Rating 1.0:
1.25
Maps played:
1491
KPR:
0.86
DPR:
0.64
Kazakhstan Bektiyar 'fitch' Bahytov
Bektiyar 'fitch' Bahytov
Age:
29
Rating 1.0:
0.99
Maps played:
574
KPR:
0.68
DPR:
0.70
Kazakhstan Abay 'HObbit' Khasenov
Abay 'HObbit' Khasenov
Age:
27
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.07
Maps played:
1105
KPR:
0.73
DPR:
0.65
Kazakhstan Adlet 'keeN' Nyrseytov
Adlet 'keeN' Nyrseytov
Age:
32
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.89
Maps played:
146
KPR:
0.61
DPR:
0.69
Russia Denis 'electroNic' Sharipov
Denis 'electroNic' Sharipov
Age:
23
Rating 1.0:
1.10
Maps played:
1238
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.66
Guatemala Mario 'malbsMd' Samayoa
Mario 'malbsMd' Samayoa
Age:
19
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.06
Maps played:
473
KPR:
0.76
DPR:
0.73
Ukraine Danylo 'Zeus' Teslenko
Danylo 'Zeus' Teslenko
Age:
34
Team:
No team
Rating 1.0:
0.92
Maps played:
1405
KPR:
0.63
DPR:
0.69
France Mathieu 'ZywOo' Herbaut
Mathieu 'ZywOo' Herbaut
Age:
21
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.28
Maps played:
934
KPR:
0.85
DPR:
0.62
Denmark Kristian 'k0nfig' Wienecke
Kristian 'k0nfig' Wienecke
Age:
25
Team:
Rating 1.0:
1.09
Maps played:
1443
KPR:
0.75
DPR:
0.69
#2
lolli | 
Belarus pop21k
AX1LE EZ
2022-01-17 20:00
22 replies
27 year old destroying young kids at the game let's go
2022-01-17 20:42
21 replies
Has anyone older ever ranked higher in HLTV Top20? Can't recall anyone. Incredible feat for Hobbit. Practically disappeared from Tier-1 CS for a long time, and came back in-form straight away. Mentoring a team of rookies to win multiple titles and ranking 2nd-best overall. Amazing!
2022-01-17 20:48
17 replies
+1 Well said
2022-01-17 20:50
I think he can easily be in 2022 top20
2022-01-17 20:55
+1
2022-01-17 21:03
#218
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Poland Crai9Xen
Thats why we love HObbit
2022-01-17 21:16
1 reply
We all love hobbit
2022-01-20 15:16
#219
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France 72snack
what a god
2022-01-17 21:16
#221
lulz | 
Denmark Daweh
HAROSH
2022-01-17 21:18
I don't think so, but both pasha and fer were 26 when they achieved number 3 ('14, '17, respectively). The closest is probably dupreeh's 9th place in 2020.
2022-01-17 21:22
+1
2022-01-17 22:04
nicely said sir
2022-01-17 22:39
FalleN did in 2017
2022-01-17 22:54
1 reply
#300
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New Zealand SWARN151
FalleN was 26, and he ranked 6th.
2022-01-18 04:19
f0rest
2022-01-17 23:25
1 reply
He was 7th at 28. And I think that's the oldest Top20 player, which already makes this a phenomenal achievement for Hobbit. So, I don't think anybody at 27 or older, ever ranked better than 6th. Hopefully, device gets Top5 next year and breaks that record :D
2022-01-18 08:04
#278
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Brazil largadooo
he really had a great year!
2022-01-18 00:08
+1
2022-01-18 23:35
Former teammate and countrymen, AdreN, #17 with Major MVP while he was 27
2022-01-19 09:30
+1 EZ
2022-01-17 21:02
"young kids" lul
2022-01-17 22:46
One of the reason for his longevity is that he started playing professionally quite late. I guess there was less grind and he still have energy and motivation.
2022-01-17 23:19
HOBBIT?????
2022-01-17 20:00
4 replies
2022-01-17 22:05
3 replies
gotta credit him for essentially being at the helm of it all tho, as opposed to electronic being a piece of an already well put together puzzle but we're celebrating both these kings no need for comparisons right now
2022-01-18 05:13
1 reply
My hero played 4 years with 4 bots while flying daily for his baby. 👍
2022-01-18 09:23
Shat ap burgir fatti.
2022-01-18 06:27
expected
2022-01-17 20:00
lol
2022-01-17 20:00
expected
2022-01-17 20:00
#7
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Netherlands PawnyCS
Very deserved for you H0bbit
2022-01-17 20:00
HAAHHAHA I KNOWED
2022-01-17 20:00
5 replies
Go to school ty
2022-01-17 22:16
#270
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Canada chanse
engrish
2022-01-17 23:10
me knowed too
2022-01-18 08:39
#336
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Germany Ump404
HE KNOWED
2022-01-18 11:38
i are knowed yes
2022-01-29 14:21
that means i won 69$ XD
2022-01-17 20:00
Hobbit
2022-01-17 20:00
1 reply
nice
2022-01-17 20:18
#12
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Ukraine d3adLY
expected
2022-01-17 20:00
nahhhh axile in 5th???
2022-01-17 20:00
2 replies
#68
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Finland notits
2022-01-17 20:01
MVPs at bigger tournaments than Hobbit probably put him ahead
2022-01-17 20:02
No
2022-01-17 20:00
#16
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Sweden Tettevich
Poggis
2022-01-17 20:00
#17
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Lithuania Skrepeta
insane
2022-01-17 20:00
#18
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Czech Republic sanjen
nice
2022-01-17 20:00
#19
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Russia otf
gj
2022-01-17 20:00
deserved
2022-01-17 20:00
#21
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Poland Roxin
Nice
2022-01-17 20:00
#22
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Poland szuleek
well deserved
2022-01-17 20:00
Lul
2022-01-17 20:00
#24
i am | 
Asia harxDy
wow
2022-01-17 20:00
#26
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Albania Zhurma
should be fifth
2022-01-17 20:00
EZ
2022-01-17 20:00
pog hahaha
2022-01-17 20:00
#29
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Romania reXPixieS
Yes
2022-01-17 20:00
nice
2022-01-17 20:00
nice
2022-01-17 20:00
expected
2022-01-17 20:00
What
2022-01-17 20:00
DAMN WHAT, AX1LE GOT HIIIIGH
2022-01-17 20:00
12 replies
#60
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Finland notits
obviously? higher rating in evp events, 1 higher rated evp and 1 higher rated mvp. theres no statistic that put hobbit higher, other than eye-test which hltv doesnt factor in
2022-01-17 20:01
11 replies
I guess it's sad because Hobbit in my opinion, was the crucial factor in getting Gambit as high as they currently are
2022-01-17 20:04
1 reply
#105
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Finland notits
#102 and hes a really consistent player, very smart at playing rat angles as well
2022-01-17 20:07
Other than actually watching games and seeing for yourself that Hobbit was most impactfull player for Gambit.
2022-01-17 20:04
8 replies
#102
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Finland notits
exactly right, if the top20 was about most valuable players, i would definitely put hobbit higher than ax1le if hobbit never joined gambit youngsters, they would never be here
2022-01-17 20:07
7 replies
Supra could have been even better than this hobbit
2022-01-17 20:29
1 reply
#192
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Finland notits
0.93 vs top30 opponents (122 maps) yeah, no
2022-01-17 20:45
For the last line huge +1 But he is nowhere near Ax1Le potential, Ax1Le is better during pistol rounds, can 2nd AWP, have nuts movement and overall his rating comes more from raw skill while Hobbit is more about being experienced with godlike gamesense Also Ax1Le aim > Hobbit
2022-01-17 22:11
4 replies
Ax1le on LAN. 404 not found
2022-01-17 23:06
3 replies
2 replies
If you put it that way, somehow the navi squad have higher rating? Maybe these guys don't do well online or something idk. Gambit did good in both.
2022-01-18 03:24
1 reply
1. They played directly from their houses which is huge disadvantage vs Gambit which plays directly from their bootcamp (Sure they also boot camped but not for every event like Gambit did) 2. Sure players like electronic or s1mple got some extra motivation and they can possibly enter berserk mode on LAN and even more while the crowd is also there* 3. Yeah Gambit did good in both and that was their first t1 year, i think this year it's not gonna be VIT/G2 vs NaVi but Gambit vs NaVi mostly, remember that Astralis core was united in late 2013 if i'm correct so it took 4.5 years for them to finally estabilish era, i don't wanna call Gambit era since they're also can be one season wonders but i hope not 4. LANs were held in the last months of 2021 when we'll know that Vitality or G2 will make roster change, so NaVi played vs "dead" teams
2022-01-18 03:41
#36
apEX | 
Russia mlsha
Nice
2022-01-17 20:00
#37
Bymas | 
Lithuania Gauge
EPIC
2022-01-17 20:00
What is wrong with HLTV?
2022-01-17 20:00
TOLD YA
2022-01-17 20:00
#41
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Czech Republic tadyokurka
cg
2022-01-17 20:00
deserved
2022-01-17 20:00
#43
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Finland notits
expected and well deserved
2022-01-17 20:00
#44
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Hungary zy_k
expected
2022-01-17 20:00
I guess
2022-01-17 20:00
WTF???
2022-01-17 20:00
#47
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United States notawaffle
Osee top5 confirmed
2022-01-17 20:00
Deserved!
2022-01-17 20:01
#49
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Brazil Felpepino
nice
2022-01-17 20:00
unexpected
2022-01-17 20:00
what?? niko top 5 ??
2022-01-17 20:00
4 replies
ax1le 5, niko 4 i guess
2022-01-17 21:29
3 replies
NiKo must be 3rd, zywoo and s1mple is already solid, cause if niko 4th, who would be better than him?
2022-01-18 03:56
2 replies
zywoo might not be 2nd
2022-01-18 07:33
sh1ro
2022-01-18 20:49
Deserved! great job this year
2022-01-17 20:01
easy fo Kazakh machine
2022-01-17 20:01
expected
2022-01-17 20:01
#55
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Brazil Brunoow13
wtf
2022-01-17 20:01
#56
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Brazil guhzzz
Deserved
2022-01-17 20:01
ax1le < hobbit and electronic
2022-01-17 20:01
3 replies
#228
m0n | 
Aruba ESY!
wrong
2022-01-17 21:32
Agreed
2022-01-17 23:10
+1
2022-01-18 13:02
DESERVED
2022-01-17 20:01
frozen top5 nice
2022-01-17 20:01
#62
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Philippines H0xfrey
respect hobbit
2022-01-17 20:01
#64
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Bosnia and Herzegovina Foxxyownz
unexpected, should be #5
2022-01-17 20:01
#65
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Brazil onlyhauch
He played even better than 2017 when won the major!
2022-01-17 20:01
#66
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Greece h0nest_fan
Not looking at 2021 statistics there is no way hobbit is more skilled than electronic
2022-01-17 20:01
23 replies
What? Mate Hobbit was winning major with daddy Zeus when Electronic was still in Flipside. Hobbit is a killer.
2022-01-17 20:06
19 replies
And stew won a major, so what? How is that related to today? I am reffering to current state of a pure skill
2022-01-17 20:11
18 replies
and the ranking isnt pure skill you smooth brain, if it was we'd be seeing niko top 1 but that wont happen now would it
2022-01-17 20:24
And what's ur personal skill measurement if we're gonna skip statistics?
2022-01-17 20:26
Its related to Hobbit achieving majorwin with Zeus and lesser team mates, while Electronic couldnt do that with Zeus.
2022-01-17 20:53
15 replies
Hobbit wasn't even in top-8 of PGL Krakow Major, wtf are you on. Elec is superior in every regard: achievements, top-20 placings, pure skill.
2022-01-17 21:03
14 replies
He was second best player after Adren dude, and clutched the shit out of everybody.
2022-01-17 21:07
11 replies
Lmao he wasn't even top-2 of his team xD Moreover, even electroNic himself had higher stats at that Major...
2022-01-17 21:11
10 replies
He was not only top2 in team but in a whole major, clutching most important rounds left and right alongside Adren while Dosia and Mou did their jobs and Zeus had callingstreak.
2022-01-17 21:33
8 replies
That is your subjective opinion. Facts and numbers tell otherwise.
2022-01-17 21:54
1 reply
By facts you obviously mean this bullshit excuse of hltv rating that doesnt factor almost all of important cs mechanics? Yeah that i know.
2022-01-18 10:19
#264
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Ukraine GluckFM
He was actually 3d by rating in his team behind Mou and 15th of all players that tournament. Yes, he was an integral part of that success, but it just so happened that stars aligned and everyone on that team performed better than their usual level (ie. had higher rating than their overall 2017 big events rating).
2022-01-17 22:46
5 replies
Hltv rating means nothing when it comes to being valuable to a team, it overinflates baiters passive traders etc while hard role doers are being thrown under positive, when they are the ones making champion teams.
2022-01-18 10:21
4 replies
#345
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Ukraine GluckFM
Your entry-fragging skill decides if ur a bait (go first to die and get traded) or a good entry (go first and make a kill) and that is reflected in the rating, which is pretty fair imo.
2022-01-18 14:59
3 replies
Nah mate, rating overibfluates staing alive by this stupid kast, doesnt account importance of frags like ecos, entrys, trades, exits. Doesnt account what a clutch is cause when Hobbit clutch 1v3 its massive and can give like 2 more round wins if it breaks economy, while Shiro most of the times clutches 2v1 while having teammate that will give him enemy position and only when they have strong economy themselfs. Both of those are rated same which is stupid and unfair. Examples can go over and over, basically what im bitching about is that they need eighter to change rating system as its not suitable to show 20 best players in the world or make another one.
2022-01-18 15:34
2 replies
#349
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Ukraine GluckFM
Maybe read hltv article on their rating 2.0 first, since it "now incorporates data like damage dealt, opening kills, 1onX wins, traded deaths and more".
2022-01-18 15:47
1 reply
They dont even understand meaning of opening kill what are you on about?
2022-01-18 16:57
#250
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Kazakhstan Avantc7
He got EVP of Krakow Major wtf bullshit are you talking, elec didn’t even get out of group stage
2022-01-17 22:16
#260
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Kazakhstan Avantc7
Elec has gotten literally 0 meaningful mvps in his entire career
2022-01-17 22:42
#261
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Kazakhstan Avantc7
Carried by simple
2022-01-17 22:43
#162
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Kazakhstan Avantc7
He is actually, Hobbit did better than electroNic at big events(all s-tier events of 2021) 1.18 +2 MVPs >> elec’s 1.14 0 MVPs nonetheless they were pretty close
2022-01-17 20:35
2 replies
how elec supposed to get mvps when hes playing with s1mple
2022-01-17 21:43
1 reply
Well, that's not Hobbit's problem, you know. He has sh1ro and Ax1Le, who are MVP contenders in Gambit too. Still he got MVP medals in his bag.
2022-01-18 11:08
#67
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Brazil guelzy1
legend! deserved one of the most wholesome and respectful guys of the scene
2022-01-17 20:01
#69
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Norway HologramM
deserved!!!
2022-01-17 20:02
LEGEND
2022-01-17 20:02
expected but deserved to be higher than ax1le 100%
2022-01-17 20:02
#73
Jame | 
France masnoi
hahahahaah wtf
2022-01-17 20:02
Ax1le 5th? Damn
2022-01-17 20:02
electronic better
2022-01-17 20:02
1 reply
2022-01-17 22:07
#79
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Russia ToughGuy
Axile aka 1.02 rating at the major will be 5th lmao
2022-01-17 20:03
2 replies
cope
2022-01-17 20:24
1 reply
#155
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Russia ToughGuy
Cope facts
2022-01-17 20:27
totally deserved!
2022-01-17 20:03
Here for the salt
2022-01-17 20:03
#84
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Europe Zwenix
Axile over Hobbit? Nice joke
2022-01-17 20:03
electronic > hobbit hobbit > axile
2022-01-17 20:03
2 replies
I agree 👍🏽
2022-01-17 23:17
+1
2022-01-18 13:03
What? Hobbit above Ax1le? Hobbit was so much better at the events that matter.
2022-01-17 20:03
What Ax1le higher than Elec and Hobbit how is that even possible, what are they smoking.
2022-01-17 20:04
#90
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Kazakhstan oscar9992
Congrats. I am very happy for my countryman. Would be even more happy if he was in Top 5.
2022-01-17 20:14
#92
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Czech Republic imotfhere
Ax1le wasn't that good
2022-01-17 20:05
god HObbit, the best ever CIS legacy and humble guy too.
2022-01-17 20:05
EZ FOR HOBBIT
2022-01-17 20:05
ax1le 5 zywoo 4 niko 3 sh1ro 2 s1 1
2022-01-17 20:05
6 replies
NICE ROFL 5 - AX1LE 4 - NIKO 3 - SH1RO 2 - ZYWOO 1 - S1MPLE
2022-01-17 20:07
1 reply
How can Zywoo be 2nd with 0 tournament wins?
2022-01-18 08:53
swap(2,4);
2022-01-17 20:07
1 reply
no way NiKo is getting 2nd, not even 3rd I think
2022-01-17 20:32
delusional
2022-01-17 20:32
Agreed +1
2022-01-18 02:36
Axile out of top-20, or how he can be above obviously better players like hobbit and elec lmao
2022-01-17 20:06
Deserved, axile 5 wow
2022-01-17 20:07
#104
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World streetson
Honestly some other outlet should start doing a top 20 players of the year as well. This year was definetly the shittiest ranking I've probably seen so far
2022-01-17 20:07
Daym, axile 5. Quite unexpected
2022-01-17 20:08
XXAAXXAXAXAX ax1le above hobbit???? Lmaooooo
2022-01-17 20:08
#112
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United States GiantDays
good job h0bbit
2022-01-17 20:08
TOO HIGH
2022-01-17 20:09
expected
2022-01-17 20:09
so the rest of the list is this 1- s1mple 2- Zywoo 3- NiKo 4- Sh1ro 5- Ax1le
2022-01-17 20:10
1 reply
Zywoo will not be 2nd, dude got 0 mvp's this year and 0 tournament wins, Sh1ro is obvious number 2 of 2021.
2022-01-18 10:55
Seeing him in a top 10 is already pushing it...12 was a good place for him from a pure objective standpoint
2022-01-17 20:10
2 replies
#132
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Kazakhstan oscar9992
Objective standpoint? He was locked to be Top 7. Only question was he ahead or behind Ax1le & Electronic. Honestly I thought they would put Electronic #5 cause of his performance on LANs & Big Events.
2022-01-17 20:17
1 reply
m.imgur.com/a/y9K1bVX Only 0.01 more assists
2022-01-17 22:12
Expected and he is one of most likeable csgo pro
2022-01-17 20:12
No way Axile is ranked better than Electronic and Hobbit. Wack… Top 5 is gonna be a mess
2022-01-17 20:13
Wtf i wanted him in top5 thus making the record as the oldest player in top5
2022-01-17 20:13
I thought he will be #5 in ranking but top 6 also cool!
2022-01-17 20:14
#6 on HLTV, #1 in our hearts What a good guy
2022-01-17 20:17
#131
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Denmark NaNDO4j
Nicee
2022-01-17 20:17
axile played better (better rating) at big events in 2021 than hobbit did -- looking at 2021 as a whole i would say hobbit had more impact though.
2022-01-17 20:18
1 reply
+1
2022-01-17 20:42
HLTV: "What really cemented HObbit as one of 2021's elite players was the impressive play in Big matches". hltv.org/stats/players/compare/8528/hobb..
2022-01-17 20:18
2 replies
He got MVP's... electronic not. With two MVP's electronic would be fifth or fourth. But he got 0!
2022-01-18 02:30
what a shithole of a list this year LOL
2022-01-18 15:33
Hltv clown fiesta 2021 officially confirmed
2022-01-17 20:20
surprised axile higher than hobbit, but deserved nonetheless
2022-01-17 20:21
hobbit too stronk
2022-01-17 20:23
#139
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Russia mshkoda
Abay. Experinced legend, hard carriyng when it needs.
2022-01-17 20:23
ax1le is higher? ahahahahahahahahaha
2022-01-17 20:23
So glad I changed my prediction... Congratulations, Hobbit! :D What a legend you are!
2022-01-17 20:24
ax1le is worse kekw
2022-01-17 20:24
bruh i expected top5 from him
2022-01-17 20:25
HObbit 5th electroNic 6th ax1le 7th In my rankings. Still congrats to Mr. HObbit :D
2022-01-17 20:26
#151
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Finland AliSabid
lmao ax1le better what
2022-01-17 20:26
#154
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Slovakia P3T3R13
deserved but I would put him in top 5.
2022-01-17 20:27
lol
2022-01-17 20:28
#157
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Hungary ShadYyBoy
27 years old! Incredible year from him
2022-01-17 20:28
HObbit robbed, he deserved 5th
2022-01-17 20:28
2 replies
should've been 5. Electronic 6. Hobbit 7. Ax1le
2022-01-17 20:32
1 reply
Not bad tho, the three of them were pretty close actually. Imo: 5. Hobbit 6. Ax1Le 7. electroNic
2022-01-17 20:34
Nice to see him in top again (Y)
2022-01-17 20:28
highest and oldest player ever IN top20?
2022-01-17 20:29
#163
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Portugal dracø
Hobbit > axile imo, he deserved #5
2022-01-17 20:30
Should be highest for sure, the only one from gambit who is playing great on lan
2022-01-17 20:31
1 reply
Should be sort of expected though, given that the rest of his team were LAN rookies at the top tier. I didn't think this Gambit team would be that great when I first saw Hobbit join but they really proved everyone wrong
2022-01-18 09:45
how is Ax1le above electroNic and HObbit????
2022-01-17 20:31
1 reply
It’s asinine. Makes no sense
2022-01-17 21:20
This has to be a joke
2022-01-17 20:31
Is it the longest time between two top 20 appearance ? (4 year since his 2K17 placement)
2022-01-17 20:31
expected butt Ax1le < Hobbit & electroNic
2022-01-17 20:32
it kinda makes sense, last year was a really good comeback for hobbit
2022-01-17 20:33
deserved congratz
2022-01-17 20:35
#176
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Hungary F1z3s
great player, wouldnt mind seeing him placed higher next year
2022-01-17 20:35
Nice
2022-01-17 20:38
so deserved, wish he got #5, but i dont think he'll be mad when it's his teammate getting it. lovely guy
2022-01-17 20:38
5 replies
I love hobbit, he's cute and delicate and a great father
2022-01-17 20:41
4 replies
how do you know that he is good father bro?
2022-01-17 20:44
3 replies
I just see it sometimes..... don't make it sus please((((
2022-01-17 20:45
2 replies
are you his wife? O_O
2022-01-17 20:46
1 reply
sometimes when I feel like it ))))
2022-01-17 20:47
#180
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Kazakhstan Avantc7
Hobbit too stronk
2022-01-17 20:40
Deserved
2022-01-17 20:39
the fuck unexpected axaxaxaxaxaxa robbed by teammate
2022-01-17 20:40
unexpected
2022-01-17 20:40
<3
2022-01-17 20:44
i told u Next Axile
2022-01-17 20:45
1 reply
Yeah that’s basically confirmed
2022-01-18 01:47
Respect for Hobbit, the best and most successful career comeback in CS:GO history. He went from a major winner to being bad/mediocre at tier 2, but still didn't give up and eventually came back to tier 1, making his team the best team in the world for 3 months while being the 6th best player of the year. It's very impressive and rare for this to happen.
2022-01-17 20:53
Respekt for Hobbit but Electronic robbed
2022-01-17 20:52
3 replies
2022-01-17 22:14
2 replies
1.23 vs 1.10
2022-01-17 22:17
u just confirm i guess
2022-01-18 11:34
(almost) 30 year old talent
2022-01-17 20:53
#201
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Denmark thekr4k3n
LMFAO, H0bb0t? HLTV is trully joking ahhahaha
2022-01-17 20:55
1 reply
+1
2022-01-17 20:59
Deserved!
2022-01-17 20:59
Hobbot robbed electronic lmao what a joke hltv
2022-01-17 21:00
2 replies
m.imgur.com/a/y9K1bVX 0.01 more assists 🤷‍♂️
2022-01-17 22:15
1 reply
Cant you read that whole stats? its not just few tournaments every but out of 15 tournaments.
2022-01-18 00:47
What a GOD The biggest comeback in cs go history, and so much better than he was in his first peak
2022-01-17 21:01
nive baby. good.
2022-01-17 21:01
Didnt watch his games often, but deserved
2022-01-17 21:02
goat
2022-01-17 21:03
#213
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Sweden Hasklon
kazakh pride
2022-01-17 21:04
#216
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United States Teztyment
Hell yeah. Hobbit1g is a OG.
2022-01-17 21:13
I think that Elec should be over hobbit, but both of them are over ax1le for sure
2022-01-17 21:14
Deserved
2022-01-17 21:17
#222
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Kazakhstan Dosss
Legend :*
2022-01-17 21:20
Hobbot lucky to be this high, robbed elec
2022-01-17 21:26
2 replies
#240
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Fiji Juuzou_
Delusional
2022-01-17 22:04
1 reply
m.imgur.com/a/y9K1bVX For 0.01 more assists?
2022-01-17 22:16
Idk how ax1le is over hobbit and electronic but happy for hobbit :)
2022-01-17 21:28
deserved
2022-01-17 21:42
#233
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Fiji Juuzou_
Beast
2022-01-17 21:42
nicest guy in pro scene !
2022-01-17 21:45
deserved top5 hes better than ax1le
2022-01-17 21:47
#237
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France r0ckT
This guy wears a GShock watch. Must be a good person
2022-01-17 21:50
#238
Kiyo | 
Poland Gocuu
Incredible storyline and statistics!
2022-01-17 21:52
Ax1le #5? wtf
2022-01-17 22:16
#254
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Brazil ImReverx
hobbit > ax1le.
2022-01-17 22:24
Hobbit seems like a good person, I wish I was friends with Hobbit. Deserved, great player
2022-01-17 22:29
expected
2022-01-17 22:33
why HObbit and not Ax1Le is beyond me. Ax1Le was trash on LAN in 2021, which is the most important consideration
2022-01-17 22:35
hahahahha ax1le>hobbit, nice joke
2022-01-17 22:42
+1
2022-01-17 22:43
XD!Q
2022-01-17 22:45
Always funny to read that player/people that had luck say in the end "my hard work, you can do it too just work as hard as I did"
2022-01-17 23:15
2 replies
always funny to read dumb takes on the "I worked hard" statements such as this one
2022-01-18 02:59
1 reply
Always dumb to think this is funny
2022-01-18 07:44
Hobbit had a good year but not better than elec! Cmon hltv this is bs
2022-01-17 23:19
hobbit top 1
2022-01-17 23:21
Should've been: 5. Electronic/Hobbit 6. Hobbit/Electronic 7. Axile This is joke tbh, dunno how this Harry Potter from Russia is No5, but he surely won't be in top 5 this year lol
2022-01-17 23:33
no way
2022-01-18 00:18
Lets be real here, we all know that Hobbit and electronic deserve to be higher than Ax1le, but their stats says different and hltv ranking is heavily based on stats amd achievement
2022-01-18 01:07
1 reply
Smart! Tbh Ax1Le is fantastic when on fire. If he didn't have a slump in second half of the year, there would be no questions that he is top 5.
2022-01-18 02:06
announce top 1 now
2022-01-18 01:44
Deserved man. What a fucking legend.
2022-01-18 02:11
2022-01-18 02:23
GOD
2022-01-18 02:43
SAME ANGLE
2022-01-18 02:58
#293
sh1ro | 
Philippines euzu
very likeable mens deserved
2022-01-18 03:11
great work hobbit, well deserved! awesome watching you play
2022-01-18 03:45
amazing player and an ever nicer person, gz hobbit!
2022-01-18 03:56
electronic robbed
2022-01-18 03:57
#301
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Kazakhstan Spe11
Ax1le overrated
2022-01-18 04:47
2 replies
#303
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Kazakhstan Kadaku
With all my love to Hobbit, Axlie deserves to be higher then him. Very consistent aimer.
2022-01-18 05:11
1 reply
#306
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Kazakhstan oscar9992
Ax1le is way better mechanicaly than Hobbit. His AIM & Spray Control is next to none!
2022-01-18 05:27
tbh ax1le doesn't deserve 5th given his poor performance in second half of 2021
2022-01-18 05:11
Wanted to write "elec robbed" on top 6 and top 5 posts but eh I'll let this one slide Not letting Ax1Le nr.5 go though
2022-01-18 05:25
Only russians and Niko left in the top
2022-01-18 05:55
4 replies
#312
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Korea ramza72
s1mple is ukraine lol
2022-01-18 06:35
1 reply
#313
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Russia czern0bog
half
2022-01-18 06:57
Zywoo russian pride
2022-01-18 07:18
1 reply
Zywoo gay pride
2022-01-18 07:40
ayaya ez
2022-01-18 06:12
GOD PLAYER WHOLESOME GUY DESERVED
2022-01-18 06:13
#310
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Iran oldHabit
Love the guy, I'm so happy for him
2022-01-18 06:20
#319
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Kazakhstan UkiOnna
alga
2022-01-18 08:20
consistent so far
2022-01-18 08:24
robbed of top5
2022-01-18 08:38
Wb to the top hobbit but elec >>>
2022-01-18 09:54
Ax1le over hobbit? Wtf
2022-01-18 09:55
Simple Niko Zywoo Shiro Axile
2022-01-18 10:04
2 replies
chel ti...
2022-01-18 11:55
1 reply
huh?
2022-01-18 12:08
what a legend. gj hobbit
2022-01-18 10:31
Deserved major champion
2022-01-18 11:31
I love this player so much well deserved Hobbit you are such a nice guy and a great player!
2022-01-18 11:58
#340
broky | 
Germany powy
Hobbit is such a loveable guy. Been a fan ever since I played against him in a random faceit pug and he wrote "ns" after I killed him once. He was so kind during the match and was actually chatting with us :) Most other pros I've met in games are usually completely quiet or even disrespectful to amateur players.
2022-01-18 12:39
Hobbit a legend, in 2019 he was already playing in random ass orgs but Gambit changed supra with him and made a whole ass difference. Crazy comeback by him
2022-01-18 12:39
2 french team's in TOP 4 but only 1 player in top 20... OK
2022-01-18 13:48
#346
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Turkey sedo7
BS, hobbit>axile
2022-01-18 15:32
true legend and so humble well deserved!
2022-01-18 18:42
#352
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North America FAZE_ROPZ
deserved tbh. great player, really great player.
2022-01-18 19:15
Hobbit over godtronic is a joke
2022-01-18 19:19
#354
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Switzerland nierg
Wholesome H0bbit giving a shoutout to a player who played well against them. Best redemption arc in CS!
2022-01-18 19:50
I would I thought he would be in front of ax1le GG anyway
2022-01-18 21:14
#360
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Venezuela Zoveia
pog
2022-01-20 19:04
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