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CS:GO Player snatchie Admits That Was The Problem



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Michał Rudzki, known as “snatchie,” is a 22-year-old Polish CS:GO player who had played for teams like AGO Esports and in the past. Currently, he is looking for a team to play and compete.

A few days ago, during the recent interview with, snatchie stated that affected his mentality and he couldn’t play well for that reason. asked:

“How did the struggles in affect you individually? Did your motivation drop, do you think your progression as a CS player has been slowed down because of it?”

snatchie replied:

“Struggles in affected me a lot last year. I didn’t progress individually, and due to constantly making the same mistakes as a team, my motivation level dropped. You know, we were not a bad team on LANs and we were always able to show our power.

However, situations such as the ESL Polish Championships or the struggle to maintain our spot in ESEA MDL mean that you are starting to seriously wonder what is the cause of those failures and whether you are pulling your team down. It was extremely hard because, on the one hand, we were able to win against FaZe or mousesports, and on the other, we lost to mix teams.” asked:

“Do you think your career would’ve been in a better place if you didn’t join, either by staying in AGO or joining a different team?”

snatchie replied:

“I think that the experience gained in is invaluable. I had a chance to work with some great professionals. Despite the results and many rumors about the entire composition – I had the opportunity to train with the world’s best players.

They taught me many things that I didn’t even pay attention to. I can’t assume what would have happened if I stayed at AGO or went to a different team. Every Polish player will tell you that being a part of at this time was a dream and I made this dream come true.”

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