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Crushes Cloud9 for grand final berth
October 15, 2017
Xyp9x went 63/43 on Thursday in a 2-1 win over Cloud9 in the ELEAGUE Premier semifinals.
Xyp9x started the series with a pistol round win for the defense on Mirage but the Cloud9 offense was too much at first for a 5-1 lead. However, his Round 7 double kill to enable the retake on the B-bombsite served the team another win, down 5-2. From there, Cloud9 still held into the first half lead as Xyp9x closed out the half with a 10-5 deficit. Cloud9 continued their dominance in the second half but Xyp9x won a few rounds to try and get back within the frame of action with a Round 25 1-vs-3 clutch on the A-bombsite to keep the team alive in a 15-10 deficit. Although he could only win two more rounds before Cloud9 would take Mirage 16-12. Game 2, Xyp9x had a tough first half on Overpass for the offense as both teams traded rounds for the most part until Xyp9x was able to secure the half with an 8-7 lead. Cloud9 then got off in the second half with a huge offensive showing to take an early 13-9 lead. However, Xyp9x won a 1-vs-2 clutch on the A-bombsite to lessen the deficit to a 13-10 score. He would then continue to apply pressure on the offense to finally breakthrough and take Game 2 with an edging 16-14 win. Taking Game 2 by storm, Xyp9x continued to ravish Cloud9 in Game 3 with a triple kill on the anti-eco in Round 3 for the 3-0 start. Xyp9x would then dominate the first half for a 10-1 lead, thanks to his Round 10 triple spray down. Xyp9x wouldn't give Cloud9 any room to play with in Game 3 as he took the first half with a 14-1 score and closed out the series 16-4.
Average in series sweep
October 10, 2017
Xyp9x put up an even 27/27 KD in Astralis' 2-0 sweep of Fnatic in the quarterfinals of the ELEAGUE Premier 2017.
While Astralis certainly dominated this series from start to finish, Xyp9x didn't really have a ton to do with their success. He finished with the lowest KD on his team while also tallying the lowest ADR on Astralis. He just seemed to be resigned to the support role, which was good enough when dupreeh and dev1ce were going off, but may not be as strong later on in the playoffs.
Dominant in 2-0 sweep
October 8, 2017
Xyp9x went the extra mile with a 47/30 KD on Thursday to win over North 2-0 in ESL Pro League Season 6.
Despite opening the series to a 3-0 deficit on Mirage, Xyp9x quickly got the ball rolling for the defense to hold off the A-bombsite to take the 4-3 lead early on. The defense continued to be stout besides eventually giving up a few rounds to North, but his Round 8 triple kill allowed his team to make the retake happened to secure the 6-3 lead. From there, the lead stayed with Xyp9x and Astralis who would contribute to the 9-6 lead at the half. In the second half, North got the first two defensive round holds on the A-bombsite, but Xyp9x got several entry kills to take Game 1 winning seven rounds to close Mirage 16-10. In Game 2, Xyp9x couldn't close out the pistol round on a North retake but he managed to contribute to the Astralis eco round win to even the score 1-1. From there, Xyp9x crushed the confidence of North with a 5-1 lead on the offense early on. However, North did come back to win a few rounds but it was Xyp9x who would stay composed to finish the half 9-6. In the second, North got three on the board early but Xyp9x held the line on the B-bombsite for seven rounds to close Game 2 on Inferno 16-10.
Consistent in win
October 5, 2017
Xyp9x posted a 47/33 KD in Astralis' split against BIG on Wednesday in the ESL Pro League.
Xyp9x continues to have himself quite the year, posting another solid performance in this series on Wednesday. While his team wasn't able to get the win in the opening game of the series, BIG had to go all the way into overtime in order to pull out the victory. Once the action moved onto Inferno for the second game, he led the team with a blistering 22/8 KD to down BIG 16-6.
Eased past Heroic in dominant form
September 30, 2017
Xyp9x had a solid 16/7 KD on Friday with a dominant 16-2 win over Heroic in Group D of ELEAGUE Premier.
Xyp9x controlled the rotation by Heroic from the A to B bomb sites, shutting down any attempt to make an advancement. Xyp9x remained consistent with the firm holds on the A-bombsite as well as his aggressive defense to frustrate the Heroic offense even more. Despite giving up one round in the first half, Xyp9x finished the half with a massive 14-1 lead. However, in the second half, Xyp9x easily got the entry kills to help close out Train with a 16-2 win, posting a 92.8 ADR to advance into the Premier playoffs.
Strong positioning locks up win
September 15, 2017
Xyp9x managed to put together a 16/19 KD in Astralis' win against Team Liquid on Day 1 of ESL New York.
While Xyp9x wasn't exactly the strongest player on the team here, he certainly pulled his weight in certain moments during the game. He was very strong at getting into the right position to lock down bombsites for his team. This ended up being key since Liquid put up a strong fight to keep this game somewhat close all the way into the second half. Xyp9x again showed up again late in the half with a big double kill in Round 27 that put them up 14-13 and on the path to a 16-13 win.
Zips around the map in win
August 31, 2017
Xyp9x went 32/30 in Astralis' win against Na'Vi on Day 2 of DreamHack Malmo.
Xyp9x was pretty consistent during this big series win for his team. He couldn't clutch up the 1-vs-3 in the opening pistol round, but he found a 3k in Round 4 that set Astralis on a strong run to open up the game. As the game continued, he had some nice flanks to shut down Na'Vi and give his team crisp rotations. Moving into Game 2, he was again pretty strong as well. He came up with two kills in Round 6 to give his team their first win in the game and then kept it on throughout the rest of the game. His 3k in Round 9 was more than enough to keep the comeback train rolling. Astralis certainly looks better than we've seen from them in quite some time and could get back on the winning horse this week.
Hapless in series loss
August 24, 2017
Xyp9x only managed a 19/37 KD in Astralis' sweep at the hands of G2 in the ESL Pro League on Wednesday.
Simply put, Xyp9x was abysmal in this series. He never gained his footing whatsoever, and it showed with his scoreline. He only put up eight kills in the first game, which is simply not enough. He did have one nice round in the second of Game 1 where he locked down the site to get his team their first win of the half. They were still down 13-6, however, and went on to drop the game 16-9. Interestingly enough, he managed more kills in their blowout loss in Game 2 than he did in that first game. That's not to say that he was playing much better, however, as he simply had three more kills. He'll need to look back at this series and see where he went wrong so that Astralis can get back into the swing of things.
Coasts through 1-1 draw vs Fnatic
May 24, 2017
Xyp9x posted a 28/18 KD on Tuesday in the Esports Championship Series Season 3 with a 1-1 draw versus Fnatic.
Xyp9x had a great first-half showing, contributing to the massive first-half dominance on the defense, including his Round 13 1-vs-2 clutch on the A-bombsite to take the round and AWP. Xyp9x earned a solid 11/4 KD and 59.9 ADR after closing out the second half with two rounds for the 16-1 Game 1 win on Train. Game 2 Xyp9x started with a 3-0 lead for the offense until Fnatic came back with six rounds of their own to take the lead 6-3. However, Xyp9x tied the game in Round 12 with a quad kill on the A-bombsite, which led to just an 8-7 deficit at the half. However, Xyp9x couldn't get the ball rolling in the second half, only winning one round for the 16-8 Game 2 loss on Inferno, posting a 17/14 KD and 63.5 ADR in the series draw.
Consistent in series sweep 2-0
May 18, 2017
Xyp9x earned a 42/30 KD on Wednesday in a 2-0 series win over Team Dignitas in the Esports Championship Series Season 3.
Xyp9x had a solid first-half performance on Nuke, taking a massive 11-4 lead at the half for the defense. Xyp9x held off the early and late pushes outside to prevent the offense from gaining any more ground in the first half. However, Xyp9x had a tough start in the second half unable to win one round as Dignitas took a 14-11 lead late. Xyp9x then contributed to five straight to take Game 1 16-14, earning a 21/18 KD and 73.2 ADR. Game 2 Xyp9x remained on point with the rifle to hold off the offense of Dignitas on Mirage for another big first half lead 12-3. Xyp9x began to play aggressive and it paid off well, with him racking up the kills and rounds. The second half was back and forth, but Xyp9x closed out Game 2 on the offense 16-7, posting a 21/12 KD and 99.2 ADR.
Decent performance all around
May 18, 2017
Xyp9x finished Astralis' 2-0 sweep of NV on Tuesday in ECS Season 3 with a KD of 31/20.
Xyp9x had a decent performance in Game 1 on Inferno but still managed to help keep NV down in a crushing display from Astralis. Xyp9x only posted a KD of 13/7, but considering how hard the rest of his team was popping off, particularly dev1ce, it was all Astralis needed to take a 16-1 win. Xyp9x had another decent performance in Game 2, where Astralis continued to dominate on Train. It took a while for Astralis to warm up, only up 9-6 heading into the second half, but solid CT-play gave way to great T-side execution as Astralis swarmed NV. Posting a KD of 18/13, Xyp9x did what his team needed him to in order to lock down a 16-10 win and a 2-0 sweep.
Poor play leads to loss against SK
May 4, 2017
Xyp9x went 12/19 in Astralis' tough loss to SK Gaming at IEM Sydney on Thursday.
Xyp9x got off to a rough start in this game against SK, tallying no kills in the first six rounds of the game. He did manage to pick up a double in Round 11, but he still only ended up with five kills at the end of the half. Moving into the second half, things weren't much better for him. He managed to pick up some kills here and there, but it was never anything very consistent. His best round came on a strong A-site push in Round 23 where he picked up a double kill. His lackluster play was certainly a contributing factor to this tough loss that forced them to play another game to try and secure a spot in the playoffs.
Overcomes lost duel in pistol round for respectable showing in win
May 3, 2017
Xyp9x ended Astralis' win over The Chiefs on Tuesday at IEM Sydney with a 17/9 KD.
Xyp9x started off this game against The Chiefs a bit off, as he couldn't clutch a 1-vs-1 against pecks in the opening pistol round. However, his team easily bounced back from the pistol round loss to push out to a 10-2 lead early on. Xyp9x was right there the whole time with consistent kills to keep the Danes moving right along. Once the teams moved into the second half, Xyp9x didn't let up with his offense. He tallied the final kill in Round 17 and 18, while posting a double in Round 19 as Astralis went on a strong six-round run to end the 16-5 win.
Big Game 1 pushes Astralis to sweep
April 26, 2017
Xyp9x tallied a 37/23 KD in Astralis' sweep of GODSENT on Tuesday in Season 3 of the ECS.
Xyp9x got off to an amazing start in this series against GODSENT on Tuesday. Starting off on Overpass, he put up a ridiculous 16/8 KD in the first half to start his team off in the 10-5 first half. He only tallied four kills in the second half, but it was more than enough as Astralis was on top of their game as a team in this game. His play in the second game was a bit more lackluster. He was at the bottom of his team in the first half, only going 9/8 while his team dominated the half. He was a bit better in the second half, putting up an 8/5 KD to help his team lock up the 2-0 sweep.
Unable to close series sweep vs NiP
April 20, 2017
Xyp9x earned a 39/39 KD in Tuesday's tie versus Ninjas in Pyjamas in the ESL Pro League Season 5.
Xyp9x faced a two-round deficit to the start of Inferno; however, his few kills and assists accumulated into rounds won to settle the half down 9-6 as NiP were fast on their rotations. The second half proved to be more of Xyp9x's style, as he played the A-bombsite and mid control very well to shut down the NiP offense for only three rounds won. Xyp9x finished the day with a triple kill on the defense to win the force-buy, which guided them to a 16-12 Game 1 win, earning a 21/18 KD and 92.3 ADR. Game 2 Xyp9x faced a much more grueling task as he faced yet another outing down 6-0. However, Xyp9x managed to hold down the A-bombsite and quickly rotate to support his team on the other side for a quick comeback for the defense up 8-7. The momentum shifted ever so slightly in the second half, as four rounds were taken to end the half 16-12. Xyp9x was neither able to enter his way into the bombsite nor take advantage of odd-man situations, though, earning an 18/21 KD and 89.4 ADR on Cache.