Royal Flush 2017 – Super Smash Bros – ZeRo and Mango power …
May 16, 2017 - Super Smash Bros
It was a outstanding weekend in Atlantic City, New Jersey for Royal Flush 2017, one of a premier tournaments and showcases for tip Super Smash Bros. play. The contest offering some of a best players in both Super Smash Bros. for Wii U (Smash 4) and Super Smash Bros. Melee (Melee).
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In Smash 4, it was a delay of a ZeRo dynasty as Team SoloMid’s Gonzalo “ZeRo” Barrios took down another vital tournament. The aristocrat of Smash 4, with a coaching support of Immortals’ Jason “ANTi” Bates, walked out of Atlantic City as a hero of both a singles and doubles (with NRG eSports’ Nairoby “Nairo” Quezada) tournaments.
Although ZeRo took down a singles title, a tour was not easy or dominant. The competition, and some newer names, continued to climb adult to contend with good finishes from Phoenix1’s Gavin “Tweek” Dempsey, James “VoiD” Makekau-Tyson and Ramin “Mr.R” Delshad. Mr.R was a standout aspirant from a field. The Sheik categorical used Cloud in a grand finals opposite ZeRo and was one hasten preference divided from holding down a whole tournament. ZeRo indispensable a purchase edge quarrel and mixed quip decisions to overcome a relentless reads and vigour from Mr.R. It will be adult to Mr.R to overcome a ZeRo mound (the span played many recently during CEO Dreamland, another tighten affair) and take over a iron throne.
The categorical eventuality was Super Smash Bros. Melee and a tip 8 featured 4 of a best players in a world: Alliance’s Adam “Armada” Lindgren, Team Liquid’s Juan “Hungrybox” Debiedma, Cloud9’s Joseph “Mango” Marquez and Team SoloMid’s William “Leffen” Hjelte. Three of those listed were Evolution Fighting Game Championship winners and a other, Leffen, was customarily billed as a subsequent fable in a game. Unfortunately for Leffen, his contest was cut brief by Hungrybox in a nail-biter set and a 3-0 drubbing by Sami “DruggedFox” Muhanna. In further to expelling Leffen, DruggedFox ran by Splyce’s Michael “Nintendude” Brancato en track to a important fourth place finish.
The storyline of a categorical eventuality was once again centered around 3 of a game’s many mythological competitors; Armada, Hungrybox, and Mango renewed their rivalries and took adult a tip 3 spots in a tournament. Hungrybox started in a winners bracket, though fell to opposition Armada and Mango in winners finals and losers finals respectively. Mango, in signature fashion, fought by a losers joint to enter a grand finals opposite Armada.
In a grand finals, Armada close down Mango’s unusual descent approaches. His defensive neutral atmosphere attacks, floats and edge guards were so vigourous that Mango opted to use Marth on Final Destination for one diversion (he lost). It took harsh and intrepid progression, though Mango combined adequate hasten situations to reset a bracket. In a final set, both players played to a fifth diversion stalemate. There, on Fountain of Dreams, Mango took his usually wilful game. With a throng behind him, and Armada clearly out of steam, Mango mislaid usually dual bonds to finish a quip victory.