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This Is Why CS:GO Player dexter Stops Respecting To The Enemies

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Chris Nong, known as “dexter” is an Australian CS:GO player who has been playing for Grayhound Gaming since August 2017. On 3 October, during the interview with hltv.org, dexter revealed why he stopped respecting to the enemies.

hltv.org asked:

“You’ve had some improved form over the past few months, especially looking at the Major, what do you attribute that to?”

dexter replied:

“I would just have to say that I got into a zen mode after France, at least. I stopped caring too much and, whatever I do, I do with full confidence. There were many times before where we played a certain team on Nuke, for example, and normally in scrims I would play very aggressively and then in actual matches I would just go into a turtle and give too much space and respect to the other teams. “

He added:

“I just stopped respecting the idea that you should respect all these European teams in-game, so I just run at them, ruin their perfect strategy by killing one of them, even if I die it doesn’t matter because then they’re down one set of utility. That’s pretty much my mentality going on in the game right now.”

Click here to read the full interview.

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