PGS, Golden Five and Last 1.6 event.
Posted 2012-10-17 Friis
It is by being a while since I last had written something here.
We got home from Porto. It was a cool place. Nice event. It ended a little shame with so much delay, etc. But in general from all very nice and did a good job. Our preparations for the event have never been worse. We have hardly been played. Because there really were some teams to play against. Besides them, of course, came to the event. So it was a bit of mixed feeling I went into the tournament with. I had seen other teams play more up to and does not seem quite we had everything in place tactical. Which I also think we showed at times. With really bad game and team play. We were good at talking about what we should change and take into ourselves when it looked bleak. I think I played a good tournament. But even though we won the tournament, I stand with a flat feeling. I played some of the worst cs I've played the last 2 years. It happened in the final. Not only do I not hit what i should, I took the wrong decisions and played with my head under the arm. I have no answer to what happened to me in the game. Or whether it is because of everything that happened in my private life with my family who have played a trick in the game. I am only left with gratitude to my team mates. It saved the match for me. If I had been the cause we had lost the final. Would I may have to see me have to let me switch out. I do not think my team deserves a player who fell as much as I did. But again. It is not something that usually happens to me. I used to be very stable. Make very few mistakes. Everyone has days and games where they do not hit everything they should. It will always be. But the errors and the same way of playing has to be the minimum each time. I look forward to the next event. To get started and to show that it was a one-off experience. When I look back, I played a good tournament I won some really good rounds at some important times. Like the rest of my teammates did. That's why we are and have been the best team in almost throughout 2012.
Some of which are being felt most by 1.6 is dying is that my dreamteam and the ones I've seen up to whole life is gone. Neo, Loord, kuben, taz and pasha. Great team. Fantastic people. I have huge respect for them. What they have assumed and how they play the player has done their thing, it was the best together. Won it work with the resources they had. Win the biggest tournaments when no one believed them. It may well be that they player for player was worse in almost every other team. But which team was clearly the best playing almost every time. I only see mtw 2008 team as one that was close. Of course, it helped them unbelievably many times that the world's best player of all time have played on their team. Neo is undoubtedly easily the most complete cs player who has been. I hope the best for them in CS: GO. Hope they will be as great a power in it as they were in 1.6. I would really just like to thank them for having been there. It is because of them I have continued to play cs and believed one day I would get up and be as good as them. Get a team that could beat them for events.
Thanks for everything Golden Five!
I am glad I can not really wait. It is most likely the last we'll see of 1.6 and Fnatic. We're going to show the best. We will do everything we can to win the last event. For Fnatic, all of you who support us out there. We are grateful for your encouragement and support. Without you we would not exist or have been as good as we have been. My expectations for the event is to win. But I do not expect it will be easy. I take every team seriously. We've got a really tough group and a very difficult first match. Ination is a really good team. We have to play our best to win. Or it can go quickly wrong for us. We must be ready to start. We can not afford to think we can just run teams over. You have to be humble at the same time you have to know what you can. Respect, a large part of esport. You have to respect your opponent without being afraid of them. Us in Fnatic will do our in for a good weekend, with some really good cs.
It was what I had at heart. It may not be the best I've written or the most well formulated. But it comes right inside the my thoughts and feelings about what is happening and has happened.
Michael Friis Jorgensen.