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Originally Posted by bob_lewisI know I should just search, but I'm going to ask anyway. There's this famous old clip of a Street Fighter (or similar arcade fighter from that era) tournament in a basement somewhere, where one guy makes a seemingly impossible comeback and the crowd goes mental. Could someone point me in the right direction towards something similar from the SC2 pro gaming scene? "The best game of SC2 ever played" or some such. Thanks!
Amateur casters like Day, HuskyStarcraft
Originally Posted by Harlequini like Day they had him at blizzcon
Originally Posted by Lance
Good artical though. I do love a bit of starcraft, and get laughed at when watching games in my lunchbreak at work.
Originally Posted by Harlequinbeen many years since i went to the I series , think the last was i-16 ;)
in fact i even think it was i-6 not 16 ;( - does Lumpy and manic still go?
Originally Posted by TyrmotThere's a british player/caster called apollo (on team dignitas mentioned in the article) who's put together some good articles on playing better for newcomers, definitely worth checking out to get your skill level up: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0B7058D9D46661D1
Originally Posted by Zero_UK
Unlucky, at my uni I was watching starcraft 2 games and managed to get several people from the uni playing :P
Originally Posted by LanceI believe Lumpy does. If its who I think it is.
I would like to start a campaign against Dapollo - his arrogance is only outdone by how much of a **** he is.
When the pro's were playing the non-pro's at the Iseries he just sat and ripped into the amateurs for being noobs and wastes of time.
Its not too bad. I am working on persuading the IT guys to unlock the ports to let me play.
Originally Posted by HovisThey need to stop calling them E-Sports. Snooker is a sport. Darts is a sport. Archery, pistol shooting, golf and shot-put are sports. StarCraft is, therefore, a sport. Calling them E-Sports just diminishes them. When you've got guys competing at that level of excellence they're sportsmen. Not sure why people hang onto the idea that for something to be a sport it has to involve breaking a sweat.
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