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Quiet in Game 2
October 18, 2017
Dallas posted a 24/39 KD in the 2-0 loss to SK Gaming on Tuesday in ESL Pro League Season 6.
ANALYSIS
The series started on Inferno as SK Gaming came out of the gates to take a quick 3-0 lead. Dallas would contribute to the Round 4 win but SK would take the remainder of the first half with a 6-1 score. Dallas did, however, string together a few rounds to help the offense get the entry kills to win six rounds in the first half as SK would take the lead 9-6. Going into the second half, both teams would fare decently in the early rounds, but SK would then dominate on the offense to keep their distance. However, Dallas would come close to tying the Game in Round 26 but SK would edge for a 16-13 Game 1 win. Dallas had little to show in the Game 2 performance on Cobblestone as he struggled to pick up frags to help his team in the 16-6 loss, and SK Gaming would take the sweep.
Unable to edge out Game 1
October 18, 2017
seb posted a 25/44 KD on Tuesday in a 2-0 loss to SK Gaming in ESL Pro League Season 6.
ANALYSIS
seb faced a 3-0 deficit early on as SK Gaming would hold down the bombsites early on in dominant form for a 6-1 lead. However, seb finally started to pick up a few more rounds for the offense on the A-bombsite to lessen the deficit 6-4. SK did pick up more defensive rounds to eventually take the half with a 9-6 score but Ghost would contest in the second half. seb came out on the defense to hold off a few rounds in the early stages of the second half. With the economy fixed, SK would then take the remainder of the half under their control on the offense to close out Game 1 16-13. Feeling the effects from Game 1, seb couldn't win many in Game 2 as his 10/21 KD and 62.3 ADR wasn't enough to win more than six rounds to even the series against SK Gaming for a 16-6 Cobblestone loss.
Unable to hold off SK in Game 2
October 18, 2017
Wardell posted a solid 46/35 KD on Tuesday in a 2-0 loss to SK Gaming in ESL Pro League Season 6.
ANALYSIS
Wardell started on Inferno for the offense as SK Gaming would immediately take the 3-0 lead. In Round 4, Wardell managed to finally get on the board after taking the A-bombsite and getting the plant for the 3-1 deficit. However, SK would hold down the defense to pick up three more rounds for the 6-1 lead , until Wardell picked up a double entry on the A-bombsite in Round 8 with the AWP to secure the round. From there, Wardell would pick up more entry kills to secure a three-round streak before SK would pounce. SK would take over the remainder of the half for the 9-6 score going into the second. Wardell had a contested start in the second half, but the SK offense would pull away with the lead for a short time. Wardell would hold off several rounds to get the defense back into the frame with a 13-12 deficit. Unfortunately, Wardell would take the Game 1 loss as the SK offense proved to be too much to handle in the 16-13 loss. Despite leading the team in Game 2 with a 17/16 KD and 72.0 ADR, Wardell would tank in Game 2 on Cobblestone as he took an 11-4 deficit at the half. The second half wasn't any better as his defense was worth only two rounds in the 16-6 loss.
Closes Game 1 in sweep
October 18, 2017
coldzera went 47/29 on Tuesday in a 2-0 win over Ghost Gaming in ESL Pro League Season 6.
ANALYSIS
coldzera would start the series with a quick 3-0 start on the defense of Inferno as Ghost would try to rally back with more rounds but would fall short to just one. coldzera would then hold off the A-bombsite for three rounds to take the 6-1 lead; however, Ghost would then rally back to cut the deficit to just two rounds. coldzera would then take the first half after picking up a few more rounds on the defensive hold and retake on the B-bombsite for the 9-6 lead. A contested second half didn't shake coldzera, as his offense would rip through the Ghost defense to take the lead 13-8 lead. Ghost would then put coldzera on his toes after winning four straight, but the offense proved to be too much for Ghost as coldzera would then close out Game 1 16-13, posting a team-leading 31/17 KD and 95.7 ADR. Game 2 coldzera would dominate the first half on defense to take a firm 11-4 lead on Cobblestone. In the second half, he would open up the B-bombsite early on to solidify the economy and the lead for a 16-6 series sweep.
Consistent in series sweep over Ghost
October 18, 2017
TACO posted a 41/28 KD on Tuesday in a 2-0 win over Ghost Gaming in ESL Pro League Season 6.
ANALYSIS
TACO would start out Inferno on the defense for a 3-0 lead early on. Ghost managed to get one offensive round on a mishap play from TACO on the late rotation to the A-bombsite, but he would then turn around to pick up three more for the 6-1 lead. Ghost didn't go down without a fight and would tally up a few more rounds to cut the deficit within two rounds. TACO would then be able to buy and pick up three more rounds as Ghost would settle the half with a 9-6 deficit. The second half was contested but TACO would pick up the 13-8 offensive lead after getting the entry kills on the B-bombsite and control over on the A-bombsite. However, Ghost would spring back to life and come close after holding the line at the door of the B-bombsite, but TACO would close the door to any more rounds as he would take Game 1 16-13. Game 2, TACO shut down the Ghost offense in the first half of Cobblestone on the B-bombsite for an 11-4 lead. The second half was just as quick, as his offense would then attack the same B-bombsite to take the series in a 16-6 sweep.
Blasted in Game 2 for sweep
October 18, 2017
fer would tally a 47/31 KD on Tuesday in a 2-0 sweep over Ghost Gaming in ESL Pro League Season 6.
ANALYSIS
A 3-0 start for the defense on Inferno got the team more morale after Ghost tried to come back and settle the score in Round 4 with a win. However, fer would then shut down the offense on the B-bombsite to pick up three more rounds for the 6-1 lead. Ghost gaming then got back into the frame, but fer wouldn't let any more rounds get back to fix the lead for a 9-6 half. The second half was a bit slow in the start as both teams would trade rounds; however, it was the offense from fer to open up the bombsites and post-plant holds that secured the 13-8 lead. After giving up a couple of eco rounds, Ghost would come close to tying the game late, but a reset economy would factor in Round 26 to pick up three more rounds and end Game 1 16-13. Game 2 was all defense in the first half as fer showed no mercy in finding an 11-4 lead at the half. Despite the defense getting a couple of rounds in the second half, the tattered Ghost Gaming would then be unable to hold back for a 16-6 Cobblestone loss, with fer posting a team-leading 25/13 KD and 123.2 ADR.
Unable to close either OT in sweep
October 18, 2017
JW went 57/46 on Tuesday in a tough 2-0 loss to North in ESL Pro League Season 6.
ANALYSIS
JW would start the series on the right foot after taking an offensive stand in the first half for a 3-0 lead. JW would then continue to harass the defense of North to pick up a handful more for a 6-1 lead. However, North managed to edge out a few rounds to take care of the deficit with five rounds to tie late. JW, struggling with a frail economy, finally got a break in the tie with a Round 13 win, which would be the last in the half after North closed out with the 8-7 lead. JW started the second half with another great lead, getting the first four rounds thanks to his Round 19 defuse to take the 11-8 lead. After giving up the following round, JW would then snipe down for three more rounds for the 14-9 lead. Reaching map point, North would fire back and force the extra rounds as JW would pick up his last two defensive rounds in overtime while North took Mirage 19-17. Game 2, JW would have a slow start in the first half as North would tally an 8-0 score. Holding down the B-bombsite consecutively, JW helped get the team five rounds in the first half 10-5 deficit. JW took over on the offense to open up the A-bombsite to pick up a huge offensive run to the start of the second half. Although North stood strong on the B-bombsite to reach map point in a late, contested series, JW would then open up the B-bombsite to force overtime. Unfortunately, in the extra rounds JW could only win one round in the 19-16 Game 2 loss on Cobblestone.
Not enough firepower in OT
October 18, 2017
flusha posted a 41/49 KD on Tuesday in a 2-0 loss to North in ESL Pro League Season 6.
ANALYSIS
The series started on Mirage as flusha would open up to a 3-0 lead on the offense early on. After North finally made their mark, flusha would then continue to shut down the defense for a 6-1 lead. However, North rallied back to even the field 6-6, as flusha would get the entry needed to help win the following round but the Danes came out on top 8-7 at the half. Going into the second, flusha held down the line primarily on the A-bombsite to win four straight. The defense dominated the start of the second half, but North would come back from a 14-9 deficit to tie once more 14-14. Reaching map point, flusha failed to close out the map as North forced extra rounds. Giving up the first overtime round, flusha would even things out 16-16 with his defuse to deny the clutch from North. Despite only one more round being won, flusha would fall 19-17 on Mirage. A dismal start in Game 2 of Cobblestone showcased flusha unable to win any defensive rounds in the first eight rounds for an 8-0 deficit. However, a couple strongholds on the B-bombsite and fast rotations on the A-bombsite retake allowed the team to take a 10-5 deficit at the half. flusha rode on the first half momentum into the second half to pick up a few offensive rounds early, including his Round 18 anti-eco quad kill on the A-bombsite post-plant to secure the round. An aggressive offense from flusha would earn rounds to put North on their toes, although the Danes did come back and advance with map-point advantage. flusha would then force the extra rounds, but would flake in overtime for only one round won in the 19-16 Game 2 loss.
Consistent despite 2-0 OT loss
October 18, 2017
KRiMZ tallied a 64/51 on Tuesday with a grueling 2-0 loss to North in ESL Pro League Season 6.
ANALYSIS
KRiMZ would surge through the first half to pick up a perfect 3-0 start on the offense, which would later turn into a 6-1 lead. Although North would come back and win five straight to even the game at 6-6, KRiMZ would fire away in the following round to take the lead back 7-6 with a few entry kills. However, North would overcome and shut down the offense to close out the first half 8-7. KRiMZ got to a quick start in the second, getting the A-bombsite hold and frags to follow to win four straight. Still picking up frags, North won a few rounds and eventually came back from a 14-9 deficit to settle a 14-14 tie. KRiMZ would then pick up map-point advantage as North would force the extra rounds. Unfortunately for KRiMZ, his efforts in the overtime rounds didn't bring in much effect as he would fall 19-17, posting a 30/26 KD and an 87.6 ADR. Game 2, KRiMZ would continue to pick up frags despite the 8-0 start that would eventually turn around for a 10-5 deficit at the half. KRiMZ would get the entry kills in the early rounds of the second half to climb back and tie the game late 14-14. North would then force map point for KRiMZ, although he would fire back to force the extra rounds. However, this time around KRiMZ came up short with only one round won in overtime for a 19-16 Cobblestone loss, posting a team-leading 34/25 KD and 105.9 ADR.
Ascends over Fnatic 2-0
October 18, 2017
aizy posted a solid 55/51 KD on Tuesday in the 2-0 win over Fnatic in ESL Pro League Season 6.
ANALYSIS
A slow start in the first half resulted in a 3-0 deficit early for aizy on Mirage; however, the rounds would soon come in full swing. aizy was on his A-game, picking up frag after frag for the defense to come back and settle the score for a 6-6 tie. The A-bombsite would remain a difficult task for Fnatic to endure, as North brought in the first half 8-7. Going into the second half, Fnatic would get the alarming 4-0 start with a tight defense early. Still getting the frags, aizy would muster up a couple of rounds before Fnatic would prevail to map-point advantage 15-10. With fire under the team, aizy would play more passive in the remainder of the half to sneak up on Fnatic to force overtime. Fnatic would hold down the first half of OT with a 2-1 score but aizy would show his defensive side to win three straight to clinch Game 1 19-17, posting a team-leading 38/26 KD and 105.2 ADR. Game 2 aizy would control the first half of Cobblestone on the offense with aggressive pushes into the B-bombsite and the dominant entry kills to take on an 8-0 lead early. However, Fnatic would finally put forces on the B-bombsite to shut down the offense for a few rounds to end the half at a 10-5 deficit. Fnatic would control the second half on the offense as aizy struggled to pick up more frags, the team had a small window to return. Breaking the 14-14 score, aizy would take map point with a strong retake in the previous round, but Fnatic would force overtime. However, Fnatic didn't stand a chance in the extra rounds as aizy would take the sweep with a 19-16 win on Cobblestone.
Saves team with clutch wins
October 18, 2017
valde earned a 55/47 KD on Tuesday with a 2-0 win over Fnatic in ESL Pro League Season 6.
ANALYSIS
valde would start the series in the bottom half of a 3-0 deficit early on; however, valde came up huge in Round 4 to save the team with a triple-kill hold Mid to win the first round of the half. Fnatic would then take on a massive 6-1 lead, but valde came up huge in Round 8 to hold the line on the B-bombsite rush with a triple kill in the 6-2 deficit. valde sparked the team to come back in full force to tie the game 6-6. From there, valde would take the first half with an 8-7 lead going into the second. A tight and contested second half didn't stop valde from entering the bombsites to break the 14-14 tie and force overtime. In the extra rounds, Fnatic would stand tall on the defense to take the 2-1 half; however, valde had a defensive stand for himself to pick up three and take Game 1 19-17, posting a 27/22 KD and 72.1 ADR. Game 2, valde would run through the first half to pick up an 8-0 score early in the first half for the offense on Cobblestone. Fnatic did manage to pick up five rounds as valde would close out the half with a 10-5 score. In the second half, valde would get the early defensive rounds to take on the 14-10 score. Fnatic would then contest and tie the game late 14-14, but valde would force the map-point advantage as Fnatic forced the extra rounds. This time valde would continue dominance on the defense to close out the series with a 19-16 win, posting a 28/25 KD and 76.6 ADR.
Shuts down Fnatic in double-OT series
October 18, 2017
k0nfig picked up a 46/51 KD on Tuesday with a win over Fnatic 2-0 in ESL Pro League Season 6.
ANALYSIS
The series started with a 3-0 deficit early on Mirage, but k0nfig would watch the Fnatic lead grow strong early on. Down 6-1, k0nfig would help the team rally back on the defense to hold the mid split to the A-bombsite and tie the game 6-6. As Fnatic picked up the following round, k0nfig would then shut down Fnatic with a triple kill on the A-bombsite to even the score 7-7. After taking the first half 8-7, Fnatic would come out of the gates to pick up four rounds and take the 11-8 lead. In Round 20, k0nfig would clutch the round with a triple kill to sweep the round. Both teams would trade rounds as k0nfig would earn map point after picking apart the Fnatic defense with entry kills. Fnatic would then force overtime as k0nfig endured a slow start in the extra rounds, which would eventually pick back up once the sides changed back to the defense, where he would then close out Game 1 19-17. Game 2 on Cobblestone had the light shine down on k0nfig and his offense in the first half for an 8-0 lead. His entry kills would help the team take the first half with a 10-5 lead going into the second. However, Fnatic would contest in the second half, as they managed to pick up more offensive rounds to tie the game late 14-14. k0nfig then picked up the map point advantage as Fnatic would force overtime. Albeit in the extra rounds, k0nfig would take down Fnatic 4-1 to secure Game 2 19-16.
Leading the sweep in Game 1 dominance
October 17, 2017
kennyS posted a 40/35 KD on Tuesday in a 2-0 win over Heroic in ESL Pro League Season 6.
ANALYSIS
kennyS ripped through the first half on Inferno for the offense to pick up a massive 13-2 lead at the half. kennyS consistently opened up the bomb sites to allow his team to reign down and secure more rounds. In the second half, Heroic didn't go down without a fight as they continued to win rounds but kennyS finally got the economy on his side to help close out Game 1 16-10, posting a team-leading 20/15 KD and 68.1 ADR. The series carried over to Nuke where kennyS contributed to the quick 2-0 lead before Heroic won on their eco. From there, kennyS was able to pick up more rounds and eventually a stable economy for the AWP. Once the AWP was on hand, kennyS controlled the A-bombsite and assisted the outside coverage to lower-B to earn a 10-5 lead at the half. A rocky start in the second half resulted in a 4-0 deficit early, however, kennyS playing a bit more passive on the offensive side allowed him to get into the correct position to finally win some rounds late in the second half to recover the 14-10 lead. However, Heroic did come back to pick up four more rounds while under mappoint but couldn't force the extra rounds. Instead, kennyS picked up a triple kill entry-kill on the A-bombsite to secure Nuke 16-14.
Never missed a beat in the sweep
October 17, 2017
shox went 52/39 on Tuesday in a 2-0 sweep over Heroic in ESL Pro League Season 6.
ANALYSIS
shox excelled in the first half picking up rounds after rounds and securing site after site for a massive 13-2 lead for the offensive first half on Inferno. Although shox had a rough start in the second half for the defense as Heroic got out on a leap of faith of their own to pick up eight rounds. However, with a blink of an eye, shox came up with a 1-vs-2 clutch on the B-bombsite retake to earn mappoint. From there, the team would give up three more rounds before taking Game 1 with a 16-10 score, posting a 20/15 KD and an 80.8 ADR. Game 2, shox came out on Nuke by tapping down three to secure the first pistol round for the defense. From there, rounds would go in favor for shox as he held down the pipes on the lower-B push or a quick A-bombsite strike with an 8-2 lead. However, Heroic did pick up a few more rounds before shox would clinch the half 10-5 with a triple kill. A slow start in the second half resulted in Heroic closing the gap on the lead 10-9 as shox would then begin to turn more rounds in. After trading rounds, shox would then play more passive to catch Heroic off-guard which would finally edge out the 16-14 win, posting a team-leading 32/24 KD and 109.8 ADR.
Consistent in sweep over Heroic
October 17, 2017
bodyy earned a 35/30 KD on Tuesday in a 2-0 sweep over Heroic in ESL Pro League Season 6.
ANALYSIS
Opening the series on Inferno, bodyy picked up of what was left over in the dominant first half on the offense to earn the 13-2 score at the half. Although the second half was a bit on the sluggish side to start as Heroic would have a tough offense of their own. Tallying up eight rounds, Heroic would keep bodyy on his toes in the remainder of the second half, however, he would finally shut down the offense to pick up the third and final round for the 16-7 win, posting a 17/14 KD and 73.8 ADR. Game 2, bodyy would start slow on the defense early on but the rounds started to pile up as the firm holds on the A-bombsite became prevalent. With a 10-5 score at the half, Heroic would pick up four to start the second half before bodyy would eventually take off with the lead 14-10 late in the half. Heroic contested but bodyy helped get to mappoint and eventually close out the series with a 16-14 win, posting an 18/16 KD and 73.1 ADR.