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forZe CS:GO Player Jerry Explains How They Prepared For Flashpoint

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Andrei “Jerry” Mekhriakov is a 21-year-old Russian CS:GO player who has been representing forZe Esports for over two years. In his career, he earned around $70.000 from the events that he attended.

A few days ago, Jerry spoke in the interview with hltv.org and explained how they prepared for the Flashpoint tournament.

hltv.org asked:

“Your losers match will be against Endpoint, have you prepared for them specifically going into this tournament?”

Jerry replied:

“If we talk about the approach and how to prepare for them, I will get back to the match about North. As a captain, I will watch demos of the opponent and see which things they keep repeating, how they rotate or what kind of smokes they throw. I’m looking for key rotations, tendencies, patterns.

If we’re talking about Endpoint, my answer for now is no, we haven’t prepared for them well, because if you’re trying to prepare for the team that’s not playing many LAN events or online matches, you will fail a bit. Opponents can do something different you didn’t expect, so against a team like Endpoint, you have to expect anything.”

He added:

“The key point here is when the team is at a top 20 level, you have to watch some demos, look for some patterns and figure out how to work against them. But if the team is outside of the top 30, you have to just be ready for anything, play your own game and be confident.”

You can read the full interview by clicking here.

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