FlickerYes there was. corsa stayed on spy doing nothing for 7 minutes and a half. Seven didn't push for 7 minutes while having a one player advantage during this whole time, not counting in the countless times Garbuglio bombed in to die without much result. They could've pushed any moment off of that 2-player advantage and later on killed corsa because it seemed pretty obvious they were aware of the spy.
and it wouldve turned into a shit uber trade very nice : )
Somehow I didn't think about this. You've got a point, sorry for this. But then I've got a question, since many prem players who've been around longer than me appear to be there.
I've been watched comp TF2 for ~4 years or so. Epsilon and broder were some of my favourite teams and far more entertaining to watch in my opinion. So do you think 3 years later, there are far less opportunities for teams to push now ? If so, where does this change come from ? When Epsilon wasn't parking the bus on granary to keep their lead, I never found the matches between broder and them boring.
Now that most of you are saying that this was the best move to make, I'm curious as to how we've come from this "non-stop agression" as numlocked described mix^'s playstyle to a 30 minute game which ended 0-0 with most players barely over 100 DPM. I don't think teams in the past were complete retards who would push whenever they wanted to, right ? Enlighten me.