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A force buy turned out from Natus Vincere over the following

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A force buy turned out from Natus Vincere over the following

Postby berry36923 » 08 Jan 2018, 21:33

began with a strong start from G2, as the team was able to protected the first pistol round in the series. Sporting an equal person count at 2v2, the particular duo of Dan "apEX" Madesclaire and Nathan "NBK" Schmitt were able to outshine Ioann "Edward" Sukhariev and Antlubis "seized" Kostin, with the last mentioned Frenchman dispatching both staying members of the CIS combine. A force buy turned out from Natus Vincere over the following round, however it subsequently became a waste of money, because the Frenchmen relentlessly burst on the B bombsite.

A couple of SSGs were saved simply by Natus Vincere, transferring to the next round. Use has been found for the two sniper rifles, as Ladislav "GuardiaN" Kovacs and Egor "flamie" Vasiliev managed to grab about three kills between them, two and something respectively, despite not acquiring CSGO Skins the third round. No good fortune for Na'Vi in the pursuing round either, as the crew was unable to utilise their particular first full buy successfully, left with two users saving their devices inside T spawn come rounded conclusion.

Round #5 signified Na'Vi's entrance into guide two, as the team ultimately managed to score their 1st digit. It all came to a 1v3 post-plant circumstance for G2's Captain, Rich "shox" Papillon, however having been unable to clutch it out regarding his team, falling for the three CIS members that will approached him from different angles. Richard "shox" Papillon found himself in one more thing clutch situation in the adhering to round, faced with a 1v3 situation.
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