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Brazil Kickass_OP
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15 Jul 2019, 09:25

I would like to congratulate this fantastic player. Always innovating with your strategies and your style of game well paciente. While many said that micro was more important, he always stated that strategy is more important. They did not give him much credit because they claimed that he was a player who was never a champion. Now is the player with the title of champion of the largest tournament ever made.
I'm happy to be an admirer of your style of play. :biggrin:

Congratulations @Diarouga, better late than never.
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15 Jul 2019, 09:49

WE SMART, WE LOYAL, WE FRIENDLY, WE ARE FROM BRAZIL
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Great Britain Riotcoke
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15 Jul 2019, 09:56

Congratulations beating a hungover Raphael !
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15 Jul 2019, 09:58

He deserved it. He put in more practice / preparation than anyone else here (except maybe Tabben) and executed everything well in game. You talk about his strategies but it was his solid mechanics that made it work—so they definitely did matter!

Next time I won’t let him win so easily, however. 8-)
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France [Armag] diarouga
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15 Jul 2019, 10:00

Riotcoke wrote:Congratulations beating a hungover Raphael !

Yea, going to bed at 6 AM after some binge drinking is not ideal, but he didn't have to do it lol.
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15 Jul 2019, 10:09

I'm not saying you didn't deserve it, you definitely had the attitude to win
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15 Jul 2019, 10:19

Riotcoke wrote:I'm not saying you didn't deserve it, you definitely had the attitude to win
Then why are you trying to belittle him on every occasion? Image
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15 Jul 2019, 10:22

I'm just stating a fact
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Malta jesus3
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15 Jul 2019, 10:54

The post game cockiness wasn't ideal, but come on - he just won the biggest aoe3 Tourney in 10 years and was probably overjoyed, too. As stated before, he was well prepared and on top of his game. The only one I could see winning vs dia over those days was tabben

Congratulations, diarouga and congratulations, EscapeTV and ESO-C for this high quality and entertaining event!
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Serbia breeze
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15 Jul 2019, 10:58

Djigit wrote:
Riotcoke wrote:I'm not saying you didn't deserve it, you definitely had the attitude to win
Then why are you trying to belittle him on every occasion? Image

It is quite interesting tbh, for someone who probably has not even passed 1st lt in his life to make such audacious comments. Reminds me of Sir_Skirmisher :smile:
bwinner wrote:I was happy when breeze posted a rec where he beat me once, which means he believes I am good.
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15 Jul 2019, 11:10

breeze wrote:
Djigit wrote:
Riotcoke wrote:I'm not saying you didn't deserve it, you definitely had the attitude to win
Then why are you trying to belittle him on every occasion? Image

It is quite interesting tbh, for someone who probably has not even passed 1st lt in his life to make such audacious comments. Reminds me of Sir_Skirmisher :smile:

It's not an accusation if it's true. I'm not saying rouga didn't deserve the win, on the contrary he did. He got up early every morning and watched back recs and took the Lan incredibly seriously and was also incredibly inciteful to talk to during games for that reason. Meanwhile the other players took a different approach.
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15 Jul 2019, 11:10

Yeah congrats, the effort paid off
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15 Jul 2019, 11:23

Riotcoke wrote:
breeze wrote:
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It is quite interesting tbh, for someone who probably has not even passed 1st lt in his life to make such audacious comments. Reminds me of Sir_Skirmisher :smile:

It's not an accusation if it's true. I'm not saying rouga didn't deserve the win, on the contrary he did. He got up early every morning and watched back recs and took the Lan incredibly seriously and was also incredibly inciteful to talk to during games for that reason. Meanwhile the other players took a different approach.

throw irrelevant condescending comments in a thread which people will look even in the future just to aim underestimate his success. At first it doesn't help you, then it doesn't help anyone. It is one of the greatest event after 10 years and It is defenitely ugly to throw unreasonable comments at it. Leave it here because I won't reply any.

Congratulations to Diarouga and to Lordraphael for staying until the finals :flowers:
bwinner wrote:I was happy when breeze posted a rec where he beat me once, which means he believes I am good.
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15 Jul 2019, 11:27

Has Diarouga really won though? Sure he has proven that he is the best aoe 3 player atm and a nice guy aswell, but he also lost the status of beeing the strongest aztec player. I am not sure if the trade-off is worth it.
6 petards a day keep the doctor away.
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15 Jul 2019, 12:03

Riotcoke wrote:
breeze wrote:
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It is quite interesting tbh, for someone who probably has not even passed 1st lt in his life to make such audacious comments. Reminds me of Sir_Skirmisher :smile:

It's not an accusation if it's true. I'm not saying rouga didn't deserve the win, on the contrary he did. He got up early every morning and watched back recs and took the Lan incredibly seriously and was also incredibly inciteful to talk to during games for that reason. Meanwhile the other players took a different approach.
And that's why he won, because it's not enough to be a good player, you also need to prepare well.

As someone said, wars are already won before being fought by the one who prepares best.
ok.
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Great Britain Riotcoke
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15 Jul 2019, 12:05

Dolan wrote:
Riotcoke wrote:
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It's not an accusation if it's true. I'm not saying rouga didn't deserve the win, on the contrary he did. He got up early every morning and watched back recs and took the Lan incredibly seriously and was also incredibly inciteful to talk to during games for that reason. Meanwhile the other players took a different approach.

And that's why he won, because it's not enough to be a good player, you also need to prepare well.

As someone said, wars are already won before being fought by the one who prepares best.

Yes exactly he had his mind set on the prize the whole time.
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15 Jul 2019, 13:27

breeze wrote:
Djigit wrote:
Riotcoke wrote:I'm not saying you didn't deserve it, you definitely had the attitude to win
Then why are you trying to belittle him on every occasion? Image

It is quite interesting tbh, for someone who probably has not even passed 1st lt in his life to make such audacious comments. Reminds me of Sir_Skirmisher :smile:

does everyone need to be colonels to notice certain things?
well, that'd be a good attitude for public life :?
Ars longa, vita brevis :unsure:
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France kami_ryu
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15 Jul 2019, 14:53

To think that Tabben was ahead in the match point Chinese mirror against diarouga. So close to having a totally different outcome in the entire tournament.

I'm so happy for rouga.
thanks RK
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Germany yemshi
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15 Jul 2019, 14:56

It really felt like the Grand Finals tbh.
Like tabben really isn't #3 neither is Raphael #2. Sad, but that's how it is. Really good players though, might just be different on ESO random games or other map or without preparation like this,
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15 Jul 2019, 15:40

[Armag] diarouga wrote:
Riotcoke wrote:Congratulations beating a hungover Raphael !

Yea, going to bed at 6 AM after some binge drinking is not ideal, but he didn't have to do it lol.


Yeah, Me and Diarouga were all tucked up and asleep on most nights by 1am, #teamdiarouga
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15 Jul 2019, 16:08

I_HaRRiiSoN_I wrote:
[Armag] diarouga wrote:
Riotcoke wrote:Congratulations beating a hungover Raphael !

Yea, going to bed at 6 AM after some binge drinking is not ideal, but he didn't have to do it lol.


Yeah, Me and Diarouga were all tucked up and asleep on most nights by 1am, #teamdiarouga
That's what happens if you are drunk at 2 PM.
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15 Jul 2019, 16:20

Overconsumption of psychotropic beverages and sleep deprivation in the middle of a competition? Just like Polish football team
(sans escorts)
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India Challenger_Marco
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15 Jul 2019, 16:30

I_HaRRiiSoN_I wrote:
[Armag] diarouga wrote:
Riotcoke wrote:Congratulations beating a hungover Raphael !

Yea, going to bed at 6 AM after some binge drinking is not ideal, but he didn't have to do it lol.


Yeah, Me and Diarouga were all tucked up and asleep on most nights by 1am, #teamdiarouga

1 am still bad once it goes above 12 am your late ,and Raphael slept at 6 am wtf? Explains alot he underperformed ,when u disturb your sleep pattern you it feels weird and have no energy waking early early is sooo much gooood...
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Great Britain Riotcoke
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15 Jul 2019, 16:32

Challenger_Marco wrote:
I_HaRRiiSoN_I wrote:
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Yeah, Me and Diarouga were all tucked up and asleep on most nights by 1am, #teamdiarouga

1 am still bad once it goes above 12 am your late ,and Raphael slept at 6 am wtf? Explains alot he underperformed ,when u disturb your sleep pattern you it feels weird and have no energy waking early early is sooo much gooood...

Basically anyone who went out on the Saturday evening went to bed around 6am as we got into Manchester at 2:30am
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15 Jul 2019, 16:49

So diarouga dodged the party? And went to room?

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