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Remember how it was mentioned on the MLG Twitter that Trickster vs TLO was an amazing match and would be given to some commentators a few days later? It's certainly been more than a few days, but it's finally out. If you haven't seen it yet, here is a link to each game:
Apparently game three is the one to see.
A lot of you have been wondering why, eventhough I am back in Stockholm, I am not living in the Pro House anymore.
There are a several reasons, one of them is the lease ends at the end of September anyways and I wanted to stay in Sweden so I had to find a new place. The bigger reason however is that I require a more structured lifestyle than most other progamers. I have been travelling more than others and my health is still a problem from time to time. So far I think its a good decision for me I feel more rested and capable of playing more hours without injurying myself. It feels great to have a refuge where I can do whatever I want and most of all RELAX
Why stay in sweden though some might ask! Well I just love Stockholm to be honest, and its a good place for ESPORTS in general. I am young and I want to see more of the world. So why stay where you have been born?
On September 08 2011 13:23 Irrational_Animal wrote:
After watching the stream the last days it feels as if TLO is starting to improve again, especially as he basically tries to play a very solid macro style almost every game. His play has still to get a lot cleaner and he should use more ghosts vs Z and P but I have a good feeling that he wil catch up with the foreigner elite in the next weeks or months.
I definitely can confirm that. And I see that TLO seems to be capable to deny cheesy styles like dt-play and defend drops and muta-harrasses better then he did before. His timings in these static tvt-lategames are about to improve.
TLO is on the best way to start a superstrong comeback by playing solid and preserving his unpredictable and creative style.
I'm very excited to see him in upcomig tournaments!