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​HellRaisers.Dota 2 beat Tuho, but lose to OG

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 HellRaisers [2:0]  Tuho @bo3

HellRaisers decided to play the first map with one strong carry. The bet worked out and not only did the HR players successfuly defend from the opponent, but they also set the pace of the game. At some point the total worth of Anti-Mage was twice as much as the one the closest hero in the chart had. Having such a huge advantage, HR easily took the first game.

The second game started with an even fight, which was running for almost 30 minutes. A half an hour later, HellRaisers had a few successful fights and seized the initiative. After that the game was under HellRaisers' control. They managed to finally finish off the enemy within the next 10 minutes, thus ending the game with a 2:0 score.

 HellRaisers [0:2]  OG @bo3

HellRaisers tried to seize the initiative on the first map right away, but OG's pick wouldn't let them get the gold advantage. It was getting more difficult for OG to keep the pace by the minute, and by the 15th minute they had started gaining the advantage. HellRaisers had a few good fights, but they couldn't turn the tide. HR had finally lost the game by the 30th minute.

Everything started in a better way on the second map, though. HellRaisers started getting the advantage right away and managed to keep it for a long time, although they weren't increasing it. Problems started with the enemy base pushing: OG managed to defend it and thus bridged the gap in the game. Having lost the initiative, HellRaisers couldn't come back. 0:2.

Player of team HellRaisers.Dota 2,  Alaan "SexyBamboe" Faraj:

«The games against Tuho went fine, we had some undisciplined moves here and there but overall I'm happy about it. As for the OG games, I felt like we should have at least made it till game 3, but we kind of messed up and threw our lead. Hopefully, we will learn from it and come back stronger».

 

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