(The following is a record of the results of each Major League Baseball World Series since its inception in 1903)Q:
What did Na'Vi do wrong in their first game against Liquid in the semi-final of the league?
I have a friend who is very, very, very good in Counter-Strike, and I asked him what he thought was wrong with Na'Vi in their first match versus Liquid in the semi-finals of the Valve Pro League. He told me that the map veto was to the left, and that Na'Vi forgot to endround when they first lost.
I have known a lot of players who are good at Counter-Strike, but are bad at planning, and they don't remember to endround when they lose the first round, and are clueless as to what to do in their next round.
Can anyone confirm if he is correct, and what Na'Vi did wrong?
I've witnessed the same in CS:GO, and it tends to be quite common.
I've also heard that teams that are extremely comfortable playing from the CT-side have the tendency to just end the round without trying to retake. The other team should then usually take a retake and try to shut down your CT-side, which gives you the opportunity to come back with another retake to your site.
So you could interpret the Liquid loss as a bad play from Liquid, and not Na'Vi. Since Na'Vi only lost 1 round, it was rather do or die for them.
I've watched the video, and it indeed looks like Na'Vi's first round ended by just simply walking out of the spawn area to try to join the push. It's likely that they missed the CT-fireround, but either way, they lost on the CT-side, which has to be the reason for their downfall.