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3-28-2009 @ 4:10PM
I arena veeeeery casually and don't follow the tournies at all. But damn, this is fascinating! Kinda weird how the pros usually give up if they lose one though...
3-28-2009 @ 4:13PM
Nah, the conceding defeat thing is very much like in professional chess tournaments.One player will concede and this without an indepth knowledge will have no idea why, but both players are seeing the next 15 moves, and the coming 'mate.Although the nature of this beast being a little different with procs, and rng's does lend itself to some amazing comebacks like this.
3-28-2009 @ 4:53PM
I get the chess reference, but given what was at stake, and the propensity for people to make mistakes while over confidant, I would think that the focus would be more on how he succeeded than why he tried.And though the video says he refused to give up, I'd save that claim for whoever, after losing a character in a fight, starts throwing things at his or her opponent.But, yeah, a nice comeback.
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