DH Summer 2012: Top players

Following the ending of DreamHack Summer 2012, we bring you an analysis of the event's top players, including detailed statistics, as well as a vote for the All-Star lineup and the MVP of the tournament.

Traditionally taking place in Jönköping, Sweden twice a year, DreamHack's Summer 2012 edition hosted 8 teams, including most of the world's best. In this short, but very competitive tournament, fnatic displayed a dominant performance to overcome the likes of ESC Gaming and Natus Vincere and claim the first place prize of 50,000 SEK (around $7,000).

Only 15 matches (19 maps) were played at the main tournament of the Swedish event, involving 40 players. Out of them, 9 members of playoff teams had an above average performance, while a couple of others had their teams stopped in the group stage despite of their solid individual contribution.

We will now take a closer look at those players and see what exactly made them stand out, while at the end of the article we will ask you to tell us your All-Star lineup of the tournament and the Most Valuable Player.

It's worth mentioning that even though ESC Gaming ended up sharing the 3rd place with Virtus.pro, none of their players stood out enough to be included in the overall ranking.

Skip to the vote!

Best rated players

9 Player Team KPR DPR Rating
Ukraine Sergey 'starix' Ischuk Ukraine Na`Vi
0.72 0.61 1.09
  2 x Top rated, Highest rating: 1.68 vs Sweden fnatic (Grand final, de_train)

Additional notable stats:
#3 in playoff rating (1.15)
#3 in rounds with 3+ kills (11)
#3 in total kills (145)
#6 in deaths per round (0.61)
#7 in K-D difference (+21)

At this tournament we saw a change in the Natus Vincere squad, as Sergey "starix" Ischuk was relinquished of his in-game leader duties, while Danylo "Zeus" Teslenko returned to his old post. However, it didn't have the effect that they hoped for, as they finished in 2nd place, continuing a trend of losing in the final for the fourth time in five attempts this year.

After a mediocre group stage where Ischuk, same as his team, did just enough to help them get to the playoffs (1.00 rating), he stepped up on day two of the tournament and led the team in the Virtus.pro semi-final clash, playing great in both the de_train overtime win (30:18 score, 1.36 rating- top rated) and the de_tuscan 16:2 massacre (17:7 score, 1.55 rating).

In the final he started badly as the worst in Na`Vi's de_dust2 loss, but he made up for it after the teams moved to the stage. For the second time he was top rated in the event, helping his team even out the score with his 26:13 (1.68 rating) performance on de_train.

8 Player Team KPR DPR Rating
Russia Dmitry 'hooch' Bogdanov Russia Virtus.pro
0.79 0.71 1.12
  0 x Top rated, Highest rating: 1.30 vs Ukraine Na`Vi (Semi-final, de_train)

Additional notable stats:
#1 in consistency (70%
of maps above team avg and above 1.00)
#3 in kills per round (0.79)
#3 in domination meter (0.20)
#3 in rating above team average (14%)
#1 in rifle kills per round (0.67)
#1 in M4A1 kills per round (0.29)
#1 in CT side rating (1.44) 

No one could have predicted that Virtus.pro would ever end up topping a group that contained SK Gaming, ESC Gaming and WinFakt, but that's exactly what they did at DreamHack Summer 2012. One of their two members who led the team to this success was their in-game leader, Dmitry "hooch" Bogdanov, who after this put himself back on the map considering that his last notable performance at a major event was during e-Stars Seoul 2010 with MYM.

Although Bogdanov didn't end up top rated in any map, he was his team's best twice, in a close 16-14 opening win over SK Gaming (25:20 score, 1.20 rating), and in the overtime loss to Na`Vi in the semi-final's first map (30:25, 1.30 rating). He also played well in the other matches, which made him one of the most consistent performers in this event.

In the end he turned out to be the 3rd best fragger with 0.79 KPR and the third most dominant player, while most of his impact came on the CT side, which is understandable considering his in-game leader role. Additionally, Bogdanov was apparently set on always making the first move, as he was involved in 39% of entry duels for his team (more than any other player at the event), but he wasn't very successful at it, giving Virtus.pro the disadvantage more often than not (won 48% of first duels).

7 Player Team KPR DPR Rating
Russia Alexey 'LeX' Kolesnikov Russia Virtus.pro
0.79 0.70 1.12
  1 x Top rated, Highest rating: 1.86 vs Poland ESC (Group stage, de_inferno)

Additional notable stats:
#1 in consistency (70%
 of maps above team avg and above 1.00)
#3 in kills per round (0.79)
#3 in domination meter (0.20)
#1 in rating above team average (15%)
#5 in AWP kills per round (0.23)
#5 in rounds with kills (50%)
#7 in entry rating (1.12)

The other key member for Virtus.pro's success was their captain Alexey "LeX" Kolesnikov, who paired up brilliantly with Bogdanov to lead their team to the semi-final. Both players shared the weight of top-fragging in their team, and while Bogdanov was the main rifler, Kolesnikov was more of an all round player, even doing great as the secondary AWPer (30% of his kills were with the big green).

Kolesnikov was also equally consistent as his teammate throughout their 5 maps, particularly due to always playing above team average (overall 15%, most of all players). He also had one stand-out performance individually, which was in Virtus.pro's second test when they overcame ESC Gaming to everyone's surprise with a 16-4 score. Kolesnikov's play in that clash (23:8 score, 1.86 rating) reminded many of his old days and proved that he still has what it takes to play with the very best. In the match after that, he recorded a 4-kill highlight round in the 15:15 draw with WinFakt.

6 Player Team KPR DPR Rating
Denmark Finn 'karrigan' Andersen Sweden fnatic
0.77 0.62 1.14
  1 x Top rated, Highest rating: 1.67 vs Ukraine Na`Vi (Grand final, de_mirage)

Additional notable stats:
#2 in playoff rating (1.17)
#3 in rounds with kills (52%)
#5 in kills per round (0.77)
#5 in total kills (139)
#2 in entry rating (1.39)
#2 in total entry kills (28)
#3 in pistol round rating (1.47)
#2 in pistol kills per round (0.16)

This DreamHack Summer was entirely marked by fnatic who displayed dominance in both competitions that they took part in, winning the Swedish Championship and the international tournament. The main reason for that was that all of their members played exquisite, all five of them among the event's top rated players.

The least consistent of them was the late arriver Finn "karrigan" Andersen, who came to DreamHack a little later than his teammates due to an exam, but his contributions didn't suffer much from that, if at all, and he didn't miss any matches of the main tournament.

Just like the rest of fnatic's members, he didn't have any bad displays, only a few slightly below average ones. On the other hand, he stood out in the toughest clash, recording his best rating in the 3rd map of the grand final against Na`Vi (23:15 score, 1.67 rating), and was also the best fragger in the first map (27:18 score, 1.30 rating). Thanks to that, and to a solid performance against ESC Gaming in the semi-final, he was actually the team's 2nd best rated in the playoffs with 1.17.

Overall he was the team's lower rated, but all players of fnatic were only separated by a few kills, so it was Andersen's death toll that dropped his rating in the end. That could be explained by the fact that he was their main entry option (25% of rounds), and he was quite successful at it, recording the event's 2nd highest amount of entry kills (28) with a very good win ratio of 62%.

5 Player Team KPR DPR Rating
Ukraine Yegor 'markeloff' Markelov Ukraine Na`Vi
0.77 0.56 1.19
  2 x Top rated, Highest rating: 1.85 vs Russia Virtus.pro (Semi-final, de_tuscan)

Additional notable stats:
#1 in total kills (156)
#1 in total AWP kills (84)
#1 in AWP kills per round (0.42)
#3 in playoff rating (1.15)
#3 in K-D difference (+42)
#3 in consistency (69% of maps above team avg and above 1.00)
#1 in rating above team average (15%)
#3 in deaths per round (0.56) 
#3 in rounds with 3+ kills (11)
#5 in kills per round (0.77)
#1 in success in entry duels (66%)
#3 in entry rating (1.24)

Completely unsurprisingly, Natus Vincere's best player and one of the world's best in the last two and a half years, Yegor "markeloff" Markelov, led his team statistically in another podium campaign.

Markelov was in fact the player who carried his team the most with his rating being 15% above team's average (shared with Virtus.pro's Kolesnikov, who however was paired up with Bogdanov). The super talented AWPer once again excelled with the most expensive weapon and recorded the event's best total (84) and average (0.42) amount of kills with it.

His best match in that regard was first map of the Virtus.pro semi-final, when he had 21 AWP kills in a 19-16 win, while overall his best performances came in the second map of that clash (21:5 score, 1.85 rating) and in the group stage against zNation (25:9, 1.73 rating).

Naturally for him, Markelov played well in the rest of the matches too, which is testified in having the most kills overall at the event (156) and the 3rd best kill-death difference (+42). He was also one of the best entry killers, actually having the best percentage of entry duels won (66%).

4 Player Team KPR DPR Rating
Sweden Richard 'Xizt' Landström Sweden fnatic
0.75 0.55 1.19
  1 x Top rated, Highest rating: 1.57 vs Poland ESC (Semi-final, de_train)

Additional notable stats:
#3 in consistency (69% of maps above team avg and above 1.00)
#5 in playoff rating (1.14)
#5 in K-D difference (+37) 
#2 in deaths per round (0.55)
#5 in domination meter (0.18)
#4 in rounds with 3+ kills (10)
#1 in clutch points (5 - 1x 1vs2, 1x 1vs3)
#4 in rifle kills per round (0.64)

fnatic's new in-game leader Richard "Xizt" Landström continued excelling in his fresh role, obviously making all the right calls since his team won the tournament, but also playing great individually.

In every map that fnatic won he had a rating above 1.00, while his best performance was in the semi-final against ESC Gaming (38:22 score, 1.36 rating in two maps). The fans rewarded him with their Man of the match votes for that display, and he also excelled against Moscow Five in the group stage as the top rated player of the 16:3 win (21:11 score, 1.51 rating).

He was one of the hardest players to kill at the event (0.55 deaths per round), which can be important for an in-game leader, but his fragging considering that role was perhaps even more impressive, as he was one of the most dominant players at the event thanks to being able to take out 3 or more players in a round on 10 occasions.

3 Player Team KPR DPR Rating
Sweden Andreas 'MODDII' Fridh Sweden fnatic
0.80 0.59 1.20
  0 x Top rated, Highest rating: 1.86 vs Russia zNation (Group stage, de_train)

Additional notable stats:
#2 in kills per round (0.80)
#3 in consistency (69% of maps above team avg and above 1.00)
#4 in total kills (144)
#4 in K-D difference (+38) 
#5 in deaths per round (0.59)
#5 in pistol round rating (1.37)
 
#1 in rounds with kills (53%)
 
#3 in rifle kills per round (0.65)
#1 in AK47 kills per round (0.40)
#2 in T side rating (1.36)

fnatic's usual madfragger, Andreas "MODDII" Fridh didn't disappoint in the slightest in his role, recording an excellent 0.80 KPR, 2nd best at the event. His regular fragging (at least one frag in 53% of rounds, shared best of all players) and consistent displays (above 1.00 rating in 7 of 8 maps) were certainly some of the keys to their success.

Fridh's start to the tournament was impressive, as he won a 1vs3 situation in fnatic's first round, which kick-started the team to a 16:2 win against zNation, while he ended up being voted Man of the Match by the fans (22:6 score, 1.86 rating). He received the most of the votes in the grand final as well, mainly thanks to his contributions in the last map (19:13 score, 1.35 rating).

2 Player Team KPR DPR Rating
Sweden Rasmus 'Gux' Ståhl Sweden fnatic
0.82 0.57 1.26
  2 x Top rated, Highest rating: 1.44 vs Poland ESC (Semi-final, de_train)

Additional notable stats:
#1 in kills per round (0.82)
#1 in playoff rating (1.22)
#2 in total kills (148)
#2 in K-D difference (+45
#3 in consistency (69% of maps above team avg and above 1.00)
#4 in deaths per round (0.57)
#1 in domination meter (0.24)
#1 in rounds with 3+ kills (14)
#1 in rounds with kills (53%)
#1 in entry rating (1.52)
#1 in rifle kills per round (0.67)
#1 in AK47 kills per round (0.40)
#1 in T side rating (1.48)

fnatic's Rasmus "Gux" Ståhl, who announced his retirement after the event, ended his career on a high note as he was the best fragger of the tournament, having 0.82 kills per round and second most total kills of 148. That is not his first time he excelled in that regard, as he accomplished the same feat at IEM6 GC Guangzhou last year, after which he was named the MVP of that event.

Although Ståhl didn't have any superb matches, he played at a high level from the start till the end, with 7 of 8 maps rated above 1.00. On two occasions he had the highest rating, versus ESC Gaming in the first map of the semi-final (23:16, 1.34 rating) and against Natus Vincere in the opening map of the grand final (23:16, 1.41 rating). He also played well in the other maps of those encounters, which resulted in recording the tournament's highest 1.22 playoff rating.

His biggest contribution was felt through his success in entry killing (best rating of 1.52) and domination in a number of rounds (14 times had 3+ kills). Other than that, he was the best rifler, and was also the most responsible for the success of fnatic's attacking side as the event's best Terrorist (1.48 T side rating).

1 Player Team KPR DPR Rating
Denmark Michael 'Friis' Jørgensen Sweden fnatic
0.77 0.48 1.27
  3 x Top rated, Highest rating: 2.34 vs Russia zNation (Group stage, de_train)

Additional notable stats:
#1 in K-D difference (+52)
#1 in deaths per round (0.48)
#2 in total AWP kills (75)
#2 in AWP kills per round (0.41)
#3 in consistency (69% of maps above team avg and above 1.00)
#5 in kills per round (0.77)
#5 in total kills (139)
#2 in domination meter (0.21)
#2 in rounds with 3+ kills (12)
#4 in rounds with kills (51%)
#5 in entry rating (1.18)
#1 in clutch points (5 - 3x 1vs1, 1x 1vs2)
#1 in pistol round rating (1.74)  
#1 in pistol kills per round (0.18)
#1 in USP kills per round (0.14)

For the first time in his career, Michael "Friis" Jørgensen is the top rated player of a tournament. The winning team's main AWPer seems to particularly enjoy the DreamHack environment, as the last time he visited he was named the MVP of the Winter edition.

In the opening match against zNation, he recorded the event's highest match rating of 2.34, displaying a near perfect performance (25:4 score) in his team's 16:2 win on de_train. He also played great against Moscow Five and Natus Vincere in the group stage, with ratings above 1.40 in both matches, which brought him to a 1.69 rating in the first part of the tournament, by far the best of all players.

He did leave his mark in the playoffs too, with a great performance in the 16:3 demolishment of ESC Gaming on de_train (19:6, 1.73 rating). However, in the rest of the playoffs he wasn't really on the highest level, so despite being fnatic's best rated overall, in the knockout stage he was their lowest rated player (1.05 playoff rating).

As far as AWPing is concerned, he was a very close 2nd to Markelov with 0.41 awpKPR and a 75 kill total. In relation to that, it's important for a team that their AWPer stays alive as often as possible, consider the burden that weapon is for the economy, and therefore Jørgensen's tournament-best 0.48 deaths per round could have been one of the crucial stats for fnatic.

He also stood out in several other aspects, mainly as the best pistol round player (and fnatic was the best pistol round team, winning 81% of rounds), as well as the best clutcher with 4 rounds won when left alone and was the 2nd most dominant player (12 rounds with 3+ kills).

Note: This ranking is based on Rating (read about it here). It doesn't necessarily represent an ordered list of the best players at the event, but instead singles out the ones who played well in their matches using the formula described in the page linked above.


Honorable mention

Two players whose teams didn't make it past the group stage also left a notable impact.

- Player Team KPR DPR Rating
Russia Mihail 'Dosia' Stolyarov Russia M5
0.82 0.71 1.14
  1 x Top rated, Highest rating: 1.88 vs Russia zNation (Group stage, de_inferno)

Additional notable stats:
kills per round (0.82)
rating above team average (24%)
entry rating (1.40)
domination meter (0.25)
rounds with kills (54%)
pistol round rating (2.37)
pistol kills per round (0.26)
CT rating (1.49)

Despite of Moscow Five's disappointing performance against Natus Vincere and especially fnatic, their best player Mihail "Dosia" Stolyarov had a solid individual display. He played above team's average in each of their matches and ended up with many impressive stats, such as 0.82 kills per round, 1.40 entry rating and an incredible 2.37 pistol round rating.  

In the team's last match, after they had already been knocked out, he recorded a 1.88 rating against zNation, which ended up being the 2nd best match rating by any player at the tournament.

- Player Team KPR DPR Rating
Sweden Patrik 'f0rest' Lindberg Sweden SK
0.74 0.69 1.13
  2 x Top rated, Highest rating: 1.67 vs Russia Virtus.pro (Group stage, de_train)

Additional notable stats:
domination meter (0.30)

SK Gaming probably had their most disappointing tournament since Patrik "f0rest" Lindberg joined the team at the start of 2011, not recording a win in the group stage and only getting 1 point. While many justly criticized Lindberg for his poor performance in the team's last match, against ESC Gaming, he should however be commended for how he played in the first two.

In the team's 16-14 loss to Virtus.pro, he was by far the best player on the server, recording a 35:18 score (1.67 rating), similarly to the WinFakt draw when he was also top rated with a 1.24 rating, making him one of only five players to be top rated in 2 or more maps at this tournament.

  Top AWPers        
# Player Team awp Kills awpKPR % of kills
1. Ukraine Yegor 'markeloff' Markelov
Ukraine Na`Vi 84 0.42 54%
2. Denmark Michael 'Friis' Jørgensen Sweden fnatic 75 0.41 54%
3. Ukraine Emil 'kucher' Akhundov Russia Virtus.pro  34 0.26 40%
4. Poland Jarosław 'pasha' Jarząbkowski Poland ESC 29 0.24 37%
5. Russia Alexey 'LeX' Kolesnikov Russia Virtus.pro 31 0.23 30%
  • although SK was out early, Marcus "Delpan" Larsson was still impressive with the AWP, having 37 total kills with it for a 0.42 average, right up there with the best


Top pistol round players        
# Player Team PR KPR PR DPR PR Rating
1. Denmark Michael 'Friis' Jørgensen Sweden fnatic 0.94 0.31 1.74
2. Poland Filip 'Neo' Kubski Poland ESC 1.10 0.70 1.72
3. Denmark Finn 'karrigan' Andersen Sweden fnatic 0.94 0.38 1.47
4. Ukraine Emil 'kucher' Akhundov Russia Virtus.pro 0.90 0.50 1.47
5. Sweden Andreas 'MODDII" Fridh Sweden fnatic 0.94 0.56 1.37
  • Moscow Five's Mihail "Dosia" Stolyarov was also exceptional in pistol rounds, recording 11 kills in 6 rounds

  Top entry kill players          
# Player Team EKpR EDpR EK-Rating Won%
1. Sweden Rasmus 'Gux' Ståhl Sweden fnatic 0.14 0.08 1.52 65%
2. Denmark Finn 'karrigan' Andersen Sweden fnatic
0.15 0.09 1.39 62%
3. Ukraine Yegor 'markeloff' Markelov Ukraine Na`Vi  0.13 0.07 1.24 66%
4. Poland Jarosław 'pasha' Jarząbkowski Poland ESC 0.14 0.10 1.22 59%
5. Denmark Michael 'Friis' Jørgensen Sweden fnatic
0.11 0.06 1.18 65%
  • champions fnatic were so successful at this tournament, that they even won 38% of rounds when they were a man down early on
  • on the other hand, they also converted entry kills into round wins most often, 86% of times
  • ESC Gaming failed to take advantage of their entry kills 34% of times; the only worse team was zNation (61%)
  • markeloff and ceh9 were the most important for their team, as Na`Vi lost the round 24 of 27 times when one of them died first
  • Zeus was involved in the most first duels (62), and he both won the most (32) and lost the most (30) of all players

  Top riflers        
# Player Team rif Kills rifKPR % of kills
1. Russia Dmitry 'hooch' Bogdanov Russia Virtus.pro 89 0.67 85%
2. Sweden Rasmus 'Gux' Ståhl Sweden fnatic 121 0.67 82%
3. Sweden Andreas 'MODDII' Fridh Sweden fnatic 118 0.65 82%
4. Sweden Richard 'Xizt' Landström Sweden fnatic 115 0.64 85%
5. Ukraine Arseny 'ceh9' Trynozhenko Ukraine Na`Vi 115 0.57 85%

Additional stats leaders

Best Fragger:
Sweden Rasmus 'Gux' Ståhl (0.82 kills per round)

Hardest to kill:
Denmark Michael 'Friis' Jørgensen (0.48 deaths per round)

Best pistoleer:
Denmark Michael 'Friis' Jørgensen (0.18 pistol frags per round)

Most kills:
Ukraine Yegor 'markeloff' Markelov
(156 total kills) 

Best kill-death difference:
Denmark Michael 'Friis' Jørgensen
  (+52)

Most dominant:
Sweden Rasmus 'Gux' Ståhl (14 rounds with 3+ kills)

Most frequent fraggers:
Sweden Rasmus 'Gux' Ståhl (53% of rounds with at least 1 kill)
Sweden Andreas 'MODDII' Fridh (53% of rounds with at least 1 kill)

Best clutcher:
Denmark Michael 'Friis' Jørgensen  (4 times won 1vsX - 3x 1vs1, 1x 1vs2)  

Most consistent:
Russia Alexey 'LeX' Kolesnikov (70% of matches above 1.00 rating and above team average)
Russia Dmitry 'hooch' Bogdanov (70% of matches above 1.00 rating and above team average)

Top individual match performances:
Denmark Friis vs Russia zNation on de_train - 25:4 (+21), 2.34 rating (+51%)
Russia LeX vs Poland ESC on de_inferno - 23:8 (+15), 1.86 rating (+35%)
Sweden f0rest vs Russia Virtus.pro on de_train - 35:18 (+17), 1.67 rating (+61%)
Ukraine markeloff vs Russia zNation on de_dust2 - 25:9 (+16), 1.73 rating (+47%)
Ukraine markeloff vs Russia Virtus.pro on de_tuscan - 21:5 (+16), 1.85 rating (+27%)
Ukraine starix vs Sweden fnatic on de_train - 26:13 (+13), 1.68 rating (+37%)

 


MVP and All-Star lineup vote

With all of fnatic's members in impressive form, no one really stands out as a clear MVP candidate, but upon a closer look it might be safe to assume that either the best rated player of the event, Michael "Friis" Jørgensen, or the best fragger of the event, the now retired Rasmus "Gux" Ståhl, showed slightly more than their teammates.

On the other hand, second place finishers Natus Vicere have a clear candidate in Yegor "markeloff" Markelov, the event's best AWPer, the player who carried his team the most and who recorded the most total kills.

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We will also be choosing the All-Star lineup, so go ahead and select the 5 best players of this tournament in your opinion. Whether you want it to be a realistic squad where each player would have a role or simply the 5 best performers is up to you.

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For more statistics from this tournament you can go here, HLTV demos can be found here. We have already uploaded some POV demos while we were at the event, but we have some more which will be added in the next few days and you will be able to find them here. Sadly, no POVs from the final will be available as the tournament PCs were dismounted right after the prize ceremony.

We hope you enjoyed the return of our detailed statistics, and the plan is to introduce another feature containing them in the future. Stay tuned to HLTV.org for that and for the results of the vote for the All-Star lineup and MVP of DreamHack Summer 2012.

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Thanks to Ilija for the graphic update! :)
2012-06-24 09:07
4 replies
+1 I really liked it.
2012-06-24 13:34
Thanks to him and thanks for you sir, great job as always!
2012-06-24 17:29
Love this graphic update! Very catchy indeed! Thanks HLTV for this great stats. Really miss this <3
2012-06-25 05:09
nice
2012-07-12 18:54
shit :<
2012-06-24 09:07
1 reply
u?
2012-06-24 09:11
forza fnatic ! :)
2012-06-24 09:07
friis ? O_O
2012-06-24 09:09
1 reply
+1
2012-06-24 15:30
Great work as always, Tgwri1s!
2012-06-24 09:10
gux really deserves the mvp, he's on another level in this tournament.
2012-06-24 09:16
NIce
2012-06-24 09:10
gux mvp
2012-06-24 09:10
Friis or gux mwp
2012-06-24 09:11
markeloff sIck
2012-06-24 09:11
all star line up - fnatic team :D Gux's last tournament it was ,so vote him for MVP,he was AiMAZING!
2012-06-24 09:12
Its fnatic man! Goodbye Gux really nice of you.
2012-06-24 09:12
friis or gux mvp, idd. hardcall, reason I voted for gux was because it was his last tournament, he deserves it
2012-06-24 09:12
karrigan mvp
2012-06-24 09:13
Friis mvp
2012-06-24 09:15
Gux <3
2012-06-24 09:15
that gux guy was good player
2012-06-24 09:18
cArn did his job well. Gux MVP!!!
2012-06-24 09:19
6 replies
What are you talking about? cArn?
2012-06-24 11:30
5 replies
At some pictures i saw cArn guiding his team from sitting behind them, with headphones on.
2012-06-24 11:33
4 replies
Oh yeah, that's why fnatic won. I forgot, sorry. Troll mode on. Anyway, I'm kidding.
2012-06-24 11:35
3 replies
carn was ghosting , so fnatic win ... and i got video, where he ghosting , but i dont show u :)
2012-06-24 17:34
2 replies
so funny..................... oh wait
2012-06-24 17:42
1 reply
Ha, I remember you said that you ain't fan boy.
2012-06-25 01:18
We should give present for gux for retire.
2012-06-24 09:20
Nice, so detailed!
2012-06-24 09:23
1 reply
#33
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Austria osorexyz
+1
2012-06-24 10:08
markeloff top awper, go cry fanboyz
2012-06-24 09:26
7 replies
only retards are thinking that there is some awper better than him. He is just unstoppable for 3 years... as player too. top1 in 2010, top3 in 2011... :]
2012-06-24 09:43
6 replies
and then came friis and fragged the shit outta him at dh winter and dh summer now, gooby pls
2012-06-24 17:40
5 replies
still top awp. lol
2012-06-24 20:25
4 replies
didnt see him doing any good actions this year, he has to step up a lot
2012-06-24 20:28
3 replies
i'm sorry for you then.
2012-06-24 20:29
2 replies
fanboy?
2012-06-24 20:43
1 reply
no i don't like both =)
2012-06-24 20:53
friis deserved
2012-06-24 09:29
Good graphics !
2012-06-24 09:35
Gux mvp!
2012-06-24 09:42
friis, karrigan, moddii, hooch and dosia :D!
2012-06-24 09:46
every fnatic player in top6, sick
2012-06-24 09:48
No ESC even in statistic :( so sad, horrible tournament for them...
2012-06-24 09:55
Gux mvp for sure..
2012-06-24 10:03
marik mvp sosite ye6ku
2012-06-24 10:05
Gux MVP!
2012-06-24 10:07
go go russian
2012-06-24 10:08
No ESC :-)
2012-06-24 10:08
hard to say who is mvp, either friis or gux....but im gonna give it to gux so he can leave his last tourney as top fragger and mvp. Good luck gux, ur an amazing player.
2012-06-24 10:12
3 replies
imo he plays a harder role than friis. to get that good rating and always enter bombsite first as T is pretty impressive
2012-06-24 11:18
2 replies
+1
2012-06-24 19:42
+1
2012-06-25 05:10
and gux retires from cs ???????????? @
2012-06-24 10:15
1 reply
Wow, it's on the frontpage and you missed it -_-' - hltv.org/news/8727-gux-retires-from-fnat..
2012-06-24 10:28
fris,gux and fnatic domination :)
2012-06-24 10:17
I like the blueish colours :D
2012-06-24 10:24
#41
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Germany KerraN
GUX !
2012-06-24 10:30
Excelent post =D Gux MVP, good play by Karrigan also
2012-06-24 10:34
This has to be the first time ever that Neo is not on the list anywhere at all... Edit : Okay, he's 2nd best pistol :P :P
2012-06-24 10:35
Gux MVP!
2012-06-24 10:41
mvp gux allstar team : friis gux xizt moddii karrigan
2012-06-24 10:42
1 reply
exactly! allstar team = fnatic for this tournament
2012-06-24 10:47
gux 4 mvp!
2012-06-24 10:43
MVP : Gux All star line-up : fnatic.RC
2012-06-24 10:46
first time when neo isnt a candidate for all star lineup. ofc he didnt deserve but its strange for me anyway :>
2012-06-24 10:49
friis is obviously the mvp, lolling hard at the noobish setimental votes for gux, lol
2012-06-24 10:54
1 reply
True
2012-06-24 13:20
Gux for president
2012-06-24 10:54
Gux mvp.
2012-06-24 10:56
Gux is the most stable player in this tournament!! He should be the MVP!!
2012-06-24 10:57
FRISS \m/
2012-06-24 10:58
voted for GuX & fR11$
2012-06-24 11:09
Gux mvp... but it looks like friis like dreamhack tournaments...
2012-06-24 11:13
MarkeloN friis starix Gux karrigan btw NICE CEH9
2012-06-24 11:15
Gux MVP for sure! <3
2012-06-24 11:30
Ha, where is those fanboys who said "Friis > markeloff @ DH with awp"? trololo. GuX for MVP! P.S. very nice article Tgwri1s, respect.
2012-06-24 11:38
15 replies
Friis > markeloff He won vs NaVi two times including the final. He was better rated than markeloff the whole tournament plus 3 of 4 maps that fnatic played against NaVi friis was better.
2012-06-24 12:03
8 replies
+1
2012-06-24 12:06
HAHAHAHAHAHAH please stop taking acid!
2012-06-24 12:09
5 replies
zoddi
2012-06-24 12:12
4 replies
?
2012-06-24 12:13
3 replies
I'm taking zoddicid the same one that poisoned Brasil Gaming in DH and had to ger back to Brazil.
2012-06-24 12:16
2 replies
The subject was fris and markellof, now you are talking about zoddi and Brazil? OH GOD SAVE THIS KIDS!
2012-06-24 14:21
1 reply
Amen.
2012-06-24 17:41
#97
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Germany grimmtz
markeloff raped friis in all duels...
2012-06-24 12:55
he raped navi both games LOL
2012-06-24 12:16
5 replies
Yo man, cant you read or what? I was talking about awp and markeloff won most of his duels vs. friis.
2012-06-24 12:19
4 replies
and navi lost. whats the moral of this story ?
2012-06-24 12:33
3 replies
Are you stupid or what? I'm talking about 1on1 friis vs markeloff.
2012-06-24 13:11
2 replies
ye fris wins
2012-06-24 13:47
1 reply
brydde troll(
2012-06-24 18:32
agree with most of it
2012-06-24 11:35
although SK was out early, Marcus "Delpan" Larsson was still impressive with the AWP, having 37 total kills with it for a 0.42 average, right up there with the best
2012-06-24 11:43
Gux MVP all !
2012-06-24 11:48
#69
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Lithuania k0pAs
Gud, well done Gux.
2012-06-24 11:48
markeloff amazing...
2012-06-24 11:49
Gux, top entry killer with only rifles <3
2012-06-24 11:52
everyone played great in fnatic roster. Anyway i've voted for Friis
2012-06-24 11:54
fuck this shit SK #1
2012-06-24 11:55
and delpan ? wtf ???
2012-06-24 12:03
Guuux :(!!! fnatic on top
2012-06-24 12:05
Nice numbers, however Karrigan is MVP 100% sure!
2012-06-24 12:09
Gux 4 MVP Great job Tgwri1s
2012-06-24 12:11
#82
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Australia Kitten.M
Fnatic dominates!
2012-06-24 12:12
Friis karrigan Xizt Gux MODDII (fnatic) MVP : GUX
2012-06-24 12:17
markeloff > Friis EVER!...
2012-06-24 12:23
3 replies
#94
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Bosnia and Herzegovina lousooo
+912398014109824194721035102458245211342
2012-06-24 12:52
#95
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Germany grimmtz
Agreed.
2012-06-24 12:53
obviously
2012-06-24 13:39
Xizt Friis f0rest Gux MODDII
2012-06-24 12:27
As much as I would love to give friis the mvp, I think gux has to take it following the recent news :|
2012-06-24 12:39
forest? for what? sk sux on dh 2012, he too
2012-06-24 12:46
1 reply
he didnt really ggod perfomace , the only one, one men army , etc `xd´
2012-06-24 15:59
#96
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Czech Republic _GAsZ_
All-stars Xizt Friis MODDII Gux Markeloff MVP Friis or Gux
2012-06-24 12:54
3 replies
karrigan played awesome in the final
2012-06-24 13:11
1 reply
#130
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Czech Republic _GAsZ_
okok All-stars - fnatic MVP - Gux
2012-06-24 14:27
+1
2012-06-24 13:46
#98
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Azerbaijan Talley
As you can see Friis > Markeloff
2012-06-24 13:01
7 replies
Troll.
2012-06-24 13:13
3 replies
#102
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Azerbaijan Talley
I hate trolls, actually.
2012-06-24 13:14
1 reply
You have a different flag each week => Troll.
2012-06-24 18:31
ok(
2012-06-24 13:19
+1
2012-06-24 14:24
+1
2012-06-24 16:06
in your dreams...
2012-06-24 17:07
Just 9 players? Are you serious? Additional notable stats ranking doesnt make sense for me. Please bring me back old statistics...
2012-06-24 13:14
3 replies
11 actually, but it was a tournament of 8 teams/40 players, so how many can be top? And this has everything that the old statistics had, it's just updated a little. The only difference is the "Additional notable stats" and the new backgrounds...
2012-06-24 19:36
2 replies
How can 2 players share same position in notable stats?
2012-06-24 21:26
1 reply
By having the same value of the stat
2012-06-24 21:30
MVP Friis
2012-06-24 13:16
markeloff strong, zeus ans ceh9 wrong(
2012-06-24 13:18
2 replies
navi wrong
2012-06-24 13:46
1 reply
ahahah, retard
2012-06-24 15:23
fR11$
2012-06-24 13:19
the stats pretty much says it all Gux and Friis were in very good shape. Sad to see Gux retiring
2012-06-24 13:26
1 reply
GuX wanted to retire frm the beginning of 2012 and with his brilliant performance in this tournament he thought this is the right time to retire he will be happy for the rest of his life by retiring at such a good shape.
2012-06-24 13:42
friis
2012-06-24 13:34
Nice article, good effort. Thanks again :)
2012-06-24 13:38
Gux or Friis
2012-06-24 13:45
Last tournament of Gux, lets give him MVP award!
2012-06-24 13:48
All-Star lineup of DreamHack Summer 2012? Obviously the fnatic roster.. ^_^
2012-06-24 13:50
Gux mvp P:
2012-06-24 13:53
LeX and Hooch forza RUSSIA
2012-06-24 13:53
friis <3
2012-06-24 13:55
GG Gux
2012-06-24 14:08
friiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiis!
2012-06-24 14:14
#126
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Macedonia EXTOL[t]
Wonderfull job Tgwri1s MPV Gux/Xizt
2012-06-24 14:17
Friis!!!!!
2012-06-24 14:20
FNATIC <3
2012-06-24 14:29
Adieu Gux with MVP title!
2012-06-24 14:30
#133
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India h8or
This article looks fukin beautiful! <3
2012-06-24 14:47
gux
2012-06-24 15:14
all-star lineup ? fnatic ;)
2012-06-24 15:24
FRIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIS!
2012-06-24 15:33
Gux MVP, only that T-side rating should do it for him imo. When ur a beast on T-side and the entry you are most valuable tbh..
2012-06-24 15:49
markeloff still NO1!
2012-06-24 16:06
1 reply
#148
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Germany grimmtz
+1
2012-06-24 17:11
I think there are 2 errors near karrigans' graph. This DreamHacker Summer was entirely marked by fnatic who displayed dominance in both competitions that they took part it, winning the Swedish Championship and the international tournament. But as always great work Tgwri1s!
2012-06-24 16:15
1 reply
Thx, dunno how those slipped through :P
2012-06-24 19:31
#144
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Italy cele87
fnatic really strong xD btw i like to see how hltv.org is improve better
2012-06-24 16:45
gux
2012-06-24 16:59
probably a stupid question, but i couldn't find the answer anywhere: wtf is domination meter?
2012-06-24 17:19
gux retired, really bad news :(
2012-06-24 17:34
fnatic just showed us cs in perfection
2012-06-24 17:39
Friis MVP
2012-06-24 17:51
finaly top players waiting for long time
2012-06-24 18:01
news about fnatic :D
2012-06-24 18:29
Fnatic dominated this tournament o.o
2012-06-24 18:54
Gux mvp for sure
2012-06-24 19:10
Gux mvp
2012-06-24 19:32
nice gux mvp :))))
2012-06-24 19:58
so top4 is 4 fnatic players. impressive
2012-06-24 20:23
MVP GUX <3
2012-06-24 20:51
Hltv.org's Tgwri1s brining e-sport press to another level :)
2012-06-24 20:55
Gux
2012-06-24 20:55
nice
2012-06-24 21:26
fnatic is a dreamteam :D
2012-06-25 03:19
nice article
2012-06-25 06:40
cool!
2012-06-25 07:18
Good job nix0n
2012-06-25 11:11
#189
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Denmark wezx
friis(fnatic) strong, navi wrong. friis or gux as mvp :)
2012-06-25 15:13
LeX MVP :O
2012-06-25 16:48
Nice job HLTV.org
2012-06-25 20:32
AWP master markeloff best player markeloff
2012-06-26 01:36
gux
2012-06-26 02:22
fnatic allstar lineup mvp gux
2012-06-26 03:56
bad for navi
2012-06-26 10:22
fnatic wow~ my dreamteam
2012-06-26 13:03
just read the whole article... Gux is clearly MVP for me, impressive stats.
2012-06-26 13:46
Most consistent: Alexey 'LeX' Kolesnikov (70% of matches above 1.00 rating and above team average) Dmitry 'hooch' Bogdanov (70% of matches above 1.00 rating and above team average) Oldschool rulez :D
2012-06-26 14:00
Hltv articles seriously kick ass
2012-06-26 17:19
Gux is the player that i like the most and he is now retired ... !!! :-(
2012-06-27 13:49
=D =D =D
2012-06-30 23:19
gggg
2012-07-08 17:29
GUX MVP !!!
2012-07-09 16:57
MARKELOFF GG
2012-07-11 07:32
lol, my allstar lineup was f0rest friis markeloff xizt moddi... thats a sick lineup.
2012-07-11 07:47
markeloff didn't play so good at Dreamhack to be in the best five
2012-07-11 09:26
gj
2012-07-20 02:29
omg friis
2012-07-20 16:02
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