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CS:GO Player Pulls Off the Fastest Defuse on Mirage

Aditya Singh Rawat
1st Jun, 2020

Cover And Thumbnail Image Courtesy: u/DumbElephant

For those who thought that it was not possible to do a ninja defuse in CS:GO like the ones executed in Call of Duty, well this particular player proved that it is certainly possible to do the same in Counter-Strike. Posting a clip of himself executing a mind-blowing ninja defuse, u/DumbElephant recreated something truly fantastic as he solo-defended 'B-Site' on Mirage pulling off probably the fastest defuse ever on the map.

[Also Read: CS:GO User Shows the Easiest way to Smoke Window on Mirage]


With the score levelled at ‘4-4’, the user ran towards ‘B-Site’ on Mirage and upon noticing that the entire T-side might be headed his way, threw a smoke right below ‘B Appartments’, hiding inside it. The other team quickly planted the C4 on the site, without any clue of the player’s existence. Taking advantage of his position u/DumbElephant proceeded to defuse the bomb as soon as it was planted, winning the round for his side.

This was probably something straight out of a Call of Duty game, and the ease with which the user proceeded to win the round for his team is commendable. He kept calm under pressure which resulted in a fantastic ninja defuse, which might also be the fastest defuse ever on Mirage.


I don’t know, but there is definitely something amazing about bringing a knife to a gunfight and getting a kill (or two), which is only topped by an ace. But both of them fail to live up to the adrenaline rush one gets when they execute a ninja defuse, and pulling one off in such a bold manner might just be the last feather a Counter-Strike player may need to feel completely accomplished.

[Also Read: CS:GO Player Takes Possibly the Fastest Ace on Mirage]

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Aditya Singh Rawat is the in-house CS:GO editor at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.

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