In a replay pack from WGT tour around May 2007, there are 54 games played under the alias “aqua66,” none of which have any clicks. In 5 recent games played outside of the TSL there are no clicks (games are from idg clan war versus Mistrzzz and miscellaneous games versus Moonek and Haypro). In his games in the TSL, all games we have seen have many clicks, but a few with none can most likely be found if you check all 250. Generous mathematical chance of TT1 having no clicks (occurring naturally) is 1 in 10^59.
When confronted with the evidence against him, TT1 claimed that he had lent his WGT account to a friend and that it was not him playing those games. However, one of the games played under “aqua66” versus Skew, TT1 put into a replay pack of himself released here.
Hotkey analysis by Romad and Midian also verify that it was actually TT1 playing under aqua66 (while there may be a very few games played by his friend).
The sad part about this is that TT1 is currently in the Top 16 of the TSL ladder, hosted on ICCup which we have not yet found a replay where he is “dirty.” He has made statements to Manifesto and Hot_Bid that promise that he does not hack anymore and that his TSL games are clean, which we believe. He also promises to make FPVODs of all matches in an effort to clean his reputation.
While we appreciate the sentiment and meaning behind his words, it is quite clear that he has hacked within the past year, as recently as February 2008. This violates the policy of the TSL of hacking within the past year so TT1 will be disqualified and removed from the TSL. To some of you this punishment may seem harsh given the number of clean games he’s played, and to some of you this punishment may not seem harsh enough. TT1 has made several false statements, and it is our decision in this case to stick with our rule.
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