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Team Liquid’s EliGE Says NAF Is The Smartest Player In CS:GO



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Jonathan Jablonowski, known as “EliGE,” is a 23-year-old American CS:GO player who has been representing Team Liquid for over six years. In his career, he earned over $900.00 from the tournaments he attended.

EliGE has played against the best teams in the world in his career, and he faced the smartest and greatest players in the server such as Lukas “gla1ve” Rossander, Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo, Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev, and many more.

During a recent interview with Rivalry CS:GO, EliGE was asked who is the smartest player in CS:GO, and his answer was surprising for most of the community. Instead of picking the kinds of players we mentioned above, EliGE pointed out his teammate Keith “NAF” Markovic.

NAF joined Team Liquid back in 2018, and fill the blanks that the North American organization has been missing. After the addition of Stewie2k in late 2018, they become the best team in the world in 2019 and dominated the scene.

In the conversation, EliGE mentioned that NAF can learn everything quickly and said that he can make the best decision suddenly during the game. According to EliGE, he is playing most of the situations perfectly.

Furthermore, EliGE talked about NAF’s clutch genes and praised his talent by saying that he is such a wild card for the clutches. In this way, EliGE showed that NAF is a really phenomenal and all-around player.

Here is what EliGE said:

“Smartest player in CS:GO is to me is NAF, my teammate. I think he is actually really really smart and he is a player that can just learn everything from intuition. He is really different from me where I actually like to go through the whole decision-making process and trying to map out the best reactions I have available to me. NAF, he is a player that would rather just do it in the moment and sees whatever affordable to him.

He is such a wild card player in clutches and in just many situations because he can just make insane decisions that I would have to think about or preplan, and he just does it in the fight. So I think that he is a really phenomenal player, really good at clutches, really good at just making things happen. So for me, its NAF.”

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