Armada becomes three-time Smash Summit winner
November 7, 2016 - Super Smash Bros
Another Smash Summit, another feat for Adam “Armada” Lindgren. In a counterpart rematch from a final Smash Summit, he took on Juan “Hungrybox” Debiedma in a grand finals; though this time around, Armada won though dropping a singular set. With a win, Armada now has 3 Smash Summit titles. It’s protected to contend a Swedish Sniper is behind in full force.
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The highway looked candid for him as he navigated a winner’s bracket. He swept Edgard “n0ne” Sheleby and Justin “Plup” McGrath in 3 games any before holding on Hungrybox. Both players recently competed during a Canada Cup, where they separate sets, though Armada came out overhanging and degraded his opposition convincingly in 3 uninterrupted games to allege into a winner’s finals. Meanwhile, Jason “Mew2King” Zimmerman pulled off an dissapoint over Joseph “Mango” Marquez to allege into winner’s finals on a other side of a bracket. Mew2King had glimmers of brilliance, though Armada’s coherence carried him to victory.
Mango carried some momentum, though Hungrybox put that to an finish in loser’s semis. Mango started with an early 2-1 set lead, though Hungrybox slowed a gait of a diversion and slanted his competition into personification recklessly. By Game 5, Hungrybox had finish control of a set. After a win over Mango, Hbox took on Mew2king in a loser’s finals and won in 3 games.
The grand finals set finished adult most closer. Hungrybox won Game 1 to acquire a theatre counterpick advantage as they traded a subsequent 3 games. With a set tied 2-2, Armada’s all-around game-plan was only too most for Hungrybox to handle, as he retained a final diversion with an considerable up-smash review to kill Hungrybox’s final stock.