How does the actual team deal with mental blocks in pressure situations?

He tried it twice in a row against Astralis in EPL [Regular Season], and he killed 2 guys in 2 rounds. It’s just an extra thing that’s not in our [normal] playstyle. When he wants to do it, he does it at the beginning of the round. If he makes it, we are five-on-four, however we don’t care about that-it doesn’t change our playstyle whatsoever. It’s just extra. That’s it. I feel like I have absolutely nothing to prove to people right now. I feel such as everyone on our group deserves their just right this team simply because it’s not regarding being the best gamer or being the top player of the group. I feel like, in all of our roles, we have the best players. Bodyy and [Nathan “NBK” Schmitt] are probably in the 5 best support [players] in the world. They are amazing in their position, they are really classic gamers, and they are good at many things. We have nothing to say to those people. We just have to prove it.

At the beginning of the group, we said all of us needed time to work well because our playstyles need to be well done. And I feel like we are just showing good things at this time even if we want to show more. We are here to be the best group in the world. That’s what is important. When we created the actual team, we realized that we picked the great players in the great roles to be great as a team. You have to be great as a team first. In case you’re not good together even as five great players, it’s not going to work. Be good as a team, then anything at all can happen. That’s what we [thought] when we created the actual team. So bang the haters. Cloud9’s Jordan “n0thing” Gilbert is feeling self-confident in his team prior to the start of the ECS Time of year 3 Finals in London this weekend. C9’s form so far in 2017 hasn't been great,Cheap CSGO Skins and fans have let the team learn about their displeasure upon social media. But despite the scrutiny, n0thing believes the team’s resilience and chemistry is sufficient for them to bounce back in to top internationalcontention.

Within an interview with Us dot Esports before the team's first match against Fnatic tomorrow, n0thing spoke of the interesting troubles that the group faces this summer. The actual team has gotten a lot of criticism recently because of your team stage exits at the ESL Pro League Season 5 Finals, DreamHack Summer, as well as DreamHack Austin. I believe, for sure [it’s an issue] when you’re a newer player to the group, although Stewie is not as new because he was prior to. It’s kind of like your own first day of high school, you know? You would like to look good or such as one of the popular kids. Ultimately, it’s all about doing our best, not searching back, and always looking forward. In this case, I believe everyone is learning to roll with the punches, however at the same time, yeah [it’s an issue]. When you see people create threads about all of us going out in such as 10 group phases or whatever it had been, that stings not necessarily because they pointed it out, but simply because it’s the truth. So I think we want to come with a fire and try to get back to the top spot in the world this summer.

I would say try to keep a far more consistent defense/CT part overall, and of course, assist Stewie get back into the mix of calling as well as work on our general contribution as we do not always have our coach helping us in every aspect. How does the actual team deal with mental blocks in pressure situations? More particularly on your Terrorist edges on Counter-Terrorist-sided maps like Mirage, Overpass,Buy CSGO Skins or even Cache. Recently, the funny point is that our T sides seem just a little bipolar, but it’s really our CT sides that are truly hit or miss. I think our T sides kind of just ebb and flow with the mindset [of the actual team], and it’s really easy for us to adjust our T edges. CT sides are the ones that can really drop off when we’re not on point and we got all those 0-5 and 0-6 starts. We can’t let that happen if we want to get where we want to be. I believe it’s just about playing one round at a time, not getting into every other’s heads (leaving that to the fans), and keep trying to lift each other

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