[N3O]HuggyPierre vs [AzteC]Gomezd [pr35]

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[N3O]HuggyPierre vs [AzteC]Gomezd [pr35]

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I played germans while Gomezd went for spain (he usually plays ports). Map was Siberia.

It was a very entertaining match, where we both played kind of unusual. The game went back and for and there was action going on the whole time. We played another one on Bayou with a different strat, but i think that wasn't such a gg. If you want to i can post it as well. Both games were unrated.
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Now you just need to get HIM to join N3O. :P
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Re: [N3O]HuggyPierre vs [AzteC]Gomezd [pr35]

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well played pierre!
his micro was horrible though :/ def not what I expected from a PR35
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Re: [N3O]HuggyPierre vs [AzteC]Gomezd [pr35]

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Well, he probably wasn't trying his hardest, given that he was playing somebody so much lower than him. But I mean, PR 35 players aren't perfect in everything.
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Yeah, he made several mistakes (so did i, have to optimize my ressource management) and he is definitely not pr35 with spain. Though i think he didn't play it that bad when he led with 180 - 120 points, but then he messed up the fight in my base and the game turned around. And like KK and i mentioned, it was unrated so maybe he didn't try his best, but actually we always play unrated and the games before (we played alot) i never had a real chance, so that shows me that i'm getting better and better :).

I think it's a funny watch, cause we played some kind of unusual with our civs.

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Yea playing people way better than you is the way to go.

Playing a lot against Drew and to a certain extent Nav has helped me a lot over the last few months.
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