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Peru Ezad
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25 Oct 2019, 10:24

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[RE TR20] Ezad[PT] vs MalesianBlade[OT] - Deccan.age3yrec
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[RE TR20] Ezad[BR] vs MalesianBlade[FR] - Painted Desert.age3yrec
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India Challenger_Marco
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25 Oct 2019, 10:30

Pr 11 op rank!!
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25 Oct 2019, 10:31

KEK tactics gg wp!
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25 Oct 2019, 10:33

How the fuck
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Austria Jerimuno
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25 Oct 2019, 10:52

princeofcarthage wrote:How the fuck

stop acting like seeing a bo and executing it is so hard, well done ezad
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Kyrgyzstan jesus3
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25 Oct 2019, 10:57

This format is just 2 EZ for decent sup players

It's not like dynamics and tactics change completely as it is the case with tr40, it's basically a more eco focused FI or Fast Imperial with a bigger starting army - nothing more nothing less
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25 Oct 2019, 11:04

Jerimuno wrote:
princeofcarthage wrote:How the fuck

stop acting like seeing a bo and executing it is so hard, well done ezad

ye I want to see you beating amster
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25 Oct 2019, 11:06

It is neither one nor the other, especially with slower civ like port - you have to fend off opponent for long enough until you can actually get a full army out to start fighting.

With a faster civ like brit or jap it feels a lot like FI where you do the eco, get a big army and push right away.
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25 Oct 2019, 11:13

princeofcarthage wrote:ye I want to see you beating amster


pretty sure all i need to do is watch another floko stream (who is clearly better) and im good to go
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25 Oct 2019, 11:15

princeofcarthage wrote:
Jerimuno wrote:
princeofcarthage wrote:How the fuck

stop acting like seeing a bo and executing it is so hard, well done ezad

ye I want to see you beating amster

Imagine thinking because someone is good at a dead gamemode that high level players from the popular gamemode couldn't beat them after some practise
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25 Oct 2019, 11:40

Jerimuno wrote:
princeofcarthage wrote:ye I want to see you beating amster


pretty sure all i need to do is watch another floko stream (who is clearly better) and im good to go

He's good, you're not really comparable tho.
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25 Oct 2019, 11:42

[TLDT]Amsterda wrote:
Jerimuno wrote:
princeofcarthage wrote:ye I want to see you beating amster


pretty sure all i need to do is watch another floko stream (who is clearly better) and im good to go

He's good, you're not really comparable tho.

It's good to let go of your delusions.
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25 Oct 2019, 11:43

princeofcarthage wrote:How the fuck

You didn't expect him to do well? He's at least in the better half of players playing.
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25 Oct 2019, 11:44

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He's good, you're not really comparable tho.

It's good to let go of your delusions.

I mean Jeri isn't comparable to Floko not that Floko isn't comparable to me.
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25 Oct 2019, 11:49

[TLDT]Amsterda wrote:
princeofcarthage wrote:How the fuck

You didn't expect him to do well? He's at least in the better half of players playing.

Well I don't know who both of them are, I just saw pr 11 winning vs pr 28 and said cuz I expect pr28 to be somewhat ok
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25 Oct 2019, 12:42

Riotcoke wrote:
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ye I want to see you beating amster

Imagine thinking because someone is good at a dead gamemode that high level players from the popular gamemode couldn't beat them after some practise

I mean it’s been proven before that sup players can’t just walk into tr40 and beat the top players there. Not that they put a substantial amount of time into it but still I’d say it takes more than “some practice”. For this specific example (beating amsterda in tr20) I agree tho as lordraphael beat amsterda on his second try.
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25 Oct 2019, 12:48

dicktator_ wrote:
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Imagine thinking because someone is good at a dead gamemode that high level players from the popular gamemode couldn't beat them after some practise

I mean it’s been proven before that sup players can’t just walk into tr40 and beat the top players there. Not that they put a substantial amount of time into it but still I’d say it takes more than “some practice”. For this specific example (beating amsterda) I agree tho as lordraphael beat amsterda on his second try.

Not tr40, which from what i recall takes a lot of practise and is more devoid of the normal sup playstyle. Tr20 is more related to sup so should be quite an easy transition.
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25 Oct 2019, 13:11

dicktator_ wrote:
Riotcoke wrote:
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Imagine thinking because someone is good at a dead gamemode that high level players from the popular gamemode couldn't beat them after some practise

I mean it’s been proven before that sup players can’t just walk into tr40 and beat the top players there. Not that they put a substantial amount of time into it but still I’d say it takes more than “some practice”. For this specific example (beating amsterda in tr20) I agree tho as lordraphael beat amsterda on his second try.

Yea boom is easier to do on deccan so more accessible to sup players. For example when Harcha started playing again we went 2-2 on deccan including one low hc game tho then I won 19 in a row until I lost another deccan game while taking a while more to lose a nondeccan game. I think winning on deccan requires relatively little practice to at least sometimes win but it's rare for a sup player to do good enough to play outside of deccan if they don't actually start playing a lot. Another thing to take into account is Jeri just isn't Raph and never will be, Jeri noted that I played kind of halfassed when we 1v1d but he's not good enough to take advantage of that like Raph is.
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25 Oct 2019, 13:22

I remember floko being scared to play on Great plains, Saguenay or Rockies! Only a true nr20 player could boom there! Boom is essentially the skill aspect in nr20 post which its similar to nr40 and for that reason I am kinda disappointed in the map pool for the tourney.
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25 Oct 2019, 13:23

princeofcarthage wrote:I remember floko being scared to play on Great plains, Saguenay or Rockies! Only a true nr20 player could boom there! Boom is essentially the skill aspect in nr20 post which its similar to nr40 and for that reason I am kinda disappointed in the map pool for the tourney.

He just wanted to do tourney map pool.
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Great Britain TheNameDaniel
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26 Oct 2019, 11:03

Ezad, top lad beating a pr 28 with the clan tag nr 20 at NR 20!!!!!!!
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Estonia Paul312
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26 Oct 2019, 14:59

We consider Ezad as a top player guys?!???? He’s just lucky every time and gets wins by toxic ppl dropping him :)
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26 Oct 2019, 15:04

Any second lieutenant is instantly a top player in NR20/NR40. This is because of the well-studied IQ phenomenon: supremacy players have a higher IQ by default than treaty players.

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