CS:GO Player Takes Ace With Insane No Scope Double Kill


[Watch] CS:GO Player Completes 1v5 Ace With Insane No Scope Double Kill

Why run through smoke when you can just shoot?

Aditya Singh Rawat
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CS:GO player pulls off an incredible 1v5 clutch ace on Inferno.
The ace was secured with a no scope double kill through the smoke.

How often does a CS:GO player get a chance to pull off a 1v5 win for their side? Quite often, but a majority of them end in a loss and the rare ones that do are not forgotten rather quickly.

However, this particular 1v5 ace, taken in a post-plant situation on Inferno, is rather special and exciting as the player defied all odds to pull off a sick clutch that most of us would have replayed at least once.

CS:GO player takes an incredible no scope double kill to complete 1v5 clutch ace on Inferno

Playing a regular match of CS:GO on Inferno, a player was met with a tight 1v5 situation in the 13th round. Luckily, the C4 was still with the player who quickly made his way to the 'A-Site' and got the plant down with more than a minute left on the round clock.

The player went for an orthodox plant and armed with nothing but a Deagle, pulled off a crisp headshot tap towards 'Top Mid'. He upgraded to an AWP and proceeded to get another frag in the same spot, while the remaining CT-sided players made their way into the site through 'Library'.

This is when the player turned on his 'VAC X-Ray Vision' to secure a quick triple through the smoke, consisting of one more frag with the Deagle and a shocking no scope double kill with the AWP, which surprised the player himself.

This was surely a clutch right from the beginning to the end. The stars lined up for the player as he pulled off some incredible shots that he will surely remember for a long time. This could maybe even be a top contender for an all-time gaming highlight.

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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer 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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