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2-50# PGR Ranked Player's Results and Summary

Discussion in 'Competitive Discussion' started by JustCallMeJon, Apr 13, 2018.

  1. JustCallMeJon

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    Something I want to do is to show everyone every PGR'd player's records, results, and how they are performed in comparison to last year! Right now, I will post 2-21 as ZeRo announced his retirement a few months back. His performance will never be forgotten. Otherwise, here is the results!

    Also SwitchFest is near, when SwitchFest is over, I will update my results! Same goes to the future tournaments!

    2-21:
    FROM UMEBURA T.A.T. to NOOD NOODS NOODS: Oakland Edition

    Salem
    PGR Ranked: 2nd
    Main(s): :4bayonetta:
    Secondaries: :4greninja::4samus:

    Notable PGR Wins 2018:
    • Ally
    • komorikiri
    • Cosmos
    • CaptainZack
    • MVD
    • Fatality
    • tyroy
    • Shoyo James
    • 6WX
    • K9sbruce
    Notable Placements in 2018:
    A-TIER: 3rd GENESIS 5, 4th Frostbite 2018, 9th SML: Battle for Vegas
    B-TIER: 7th Collision XV
    C-TIER: N/A

    Summary: In 2017, Salem was widely considered one of the greatest Smash 4 players of that year (behind ZeRo) and placed 2nd at PGR. In 2018, Salem started off strong at GENESIS 5; placing 3rd while losing to MKLeo and Mistake. After that, he placed 4th at Frostbite; he was first upset by Fatality and later lost to Tweek. Conclusively, he made a second-rate 9th place at Smash Masters League Vegas by losing to Nairo and Fatality once again. Overall in Q1, Salem attend less frequently than last year (He attends at A-Tier tournaments this year and only one B-Tier) and couldn't win prominent majors yet. At the same time, he hadn't beat any current top 10 players yet. Still, while his performance has declined slightly, he can still make a comeback at any time.


    Nairo
    PGR Ranked: 3rd
    Main(s)::4zss:
    Secondaries::4bowser::4diddy:

    Notable PGR Wins 2018:
    • Salem
    • MKLeo
    • KEN
    • Mistake
    • CaptainZack
    • Marss
    • ESAM
    • MVD
    • 6WX
    • Light
    • Zenyou
    Notable Placements in 2018:
    A-TIER: 1st SML: Battle for Vegas, 4th GENESIS 5
    B-TIER: 1st Niconico Tokaigi 2018, 1st Collision XV
    C-TIER: N/A

    Summary: Nairo is widely considered to be one of the consistent players out there, and it is no slouch to say that Nairo did take it all. With his trusty Zero-Suit, Nairo made a legitimate start at GENESIS 5 by placing 4th. After his 4th place at GENESIS 5, Nairo traveled to Japan and attend Niconico Tokaigi 2018. Facing MKLeo in Grand Finals, Nairo taken down MKLeo and win the tourney, despite Leo's undisputed dominance at GENESIS 5 and EVO Japan. After his win at Niconico Tokaigi 2018, he had been in a brief pause as he hadn't attend any major tournaments until Smash Masters League Vegas. Nevertheless, Nairo pulled a 1st place finish at Smash Masters League Vegas while beating most of the Bayonetta players such as Mistake, MKLeo, Salem, and CaptainZack. While his brief interruptions prompted people to question about Nairo, Nairo winning Smash Masters proves that even in a short inactivity, Nairo will nevertheless be a threat. From this, it will not be surprising that Nairo will be the best, but he still must fight against dominant players such as MKLeo, Tweek, and Mistake to collect the crown.


    MKLeo
    PGR Ranked: 4th
    Main(s): :4marth::4cloud2:
    Secondaries: :4metaknight::4bayonetta::4corrinf:

    Notable PGR Wins 2018:
    • Salem
    • Nairo
    • Tweek
    • Dabuz
    • Mistake
    • Ally
    • Abadango
    • CaptainZack
    • ANTi
    • Lima
    • Shuton
    • Konga
    • Tsu-
    • Choco
    • Fatality
    • falln
    • Zenyou
    Notable Placements in 2018:
    A-TIER: 1st GENESIS 5, 2nd SML: Battle for Vegas
    B-TIER: 1st EVO Japan 2018, 2nd Niconico Tokaigi 2018, 3rd Midwest Mayhem 11
    C-TIER: 1st Umebura Tokaigi Qualifier 1, 1st Noods Noods Noods: Oakland Edition

    Summary
    : MKLeo made a critical start in 2018. Leo had won GENESIS 5, EVO Japan 2018 and Umebura Tokaigi Qualifiers. However, after that, he made a minuscule drop by placing 2nd at Niconico Tokaigi 2018 and 3rd at Midwest Mayhem 11 while gotten upset by Zinoto. At Smash Masters League, MKLeo astonished everyone as he made a sudden Bayonetta pick against falln. Into top 8, he made an imminent loss against Nairo and was sent to losers. Into losers, MKLeo defeats Tweek 3-1 while one of the matches was a Bayonetta ditto. Pursuing retaliation, he defeats Fatality in a reverse 3-0 with his Bayonetta and 3-0d Mistake. However, his revenge fails as he was swiftly 3-0d by Nairo, placing 2nd. Throughout this year, MKLeo's performance is consistent and his results are very effective. From this, I believe he is a great contender for being the best player.


    Tweek
    PGR Ranked: 5th
    Main(s): :4bayonetta::4cloud2:
    Secondaries: :4dk:

    Notable PGR Wins 2018:
    • Salem
    • Dabuz
    • Mr. R
    • Elegant
    • WaDi
    • Mistake
    • Ally
    • komorikiri
    • CaptainZack
    • Samsora
    • Lima
    • Darkshad
    • Charlie
    • Fatality
    Notable Placements in 2018:
    A-TIER: 2nd Frostbite 2018, 5th SML: Battle for Vegas
    B-TIER: 1st EGLX 2018
    C-TIER: 1st King of the Springs 3, 1st Rise 2018

    Summary: Tweek is widely considered one of the most divine Cloud players of all time (Alongside MKLeo and Komorikiri). This time, however, Tweek became one of the most competent Bayonetta players. Tweek hadn't used Cloud that much as he focused on playing his Bayonetta; with that, his dominance continues to grow just like last year. With his first major tournament attendance at Frostbite, he placed 2nd with mostly Bayo. Most surprisingly, he defeated the top Bayo players, Mistake and Salem, with only Bayonetta at top 8. From this unprecedented feat of Tweek's Bayonetta, many argue that Tweek may be the best Bayonetta out there as he was competent to win King of the Springs 3, EGLX 2018 and Rise 2018 with mostly Bayonetta. Finally, at Smash Masters Vegas, he placed 5th while losing to MKLeo which was a respectable loss. From his dominance, we will likely see Tweek seeking his best for being the best Smasher as his dominance with his Bayonetta gives him a boost on wins and results.


    Dabuz
    PGR Ranked: 6th
    Main(s): :rosalina:
    Secondaries: :4olimar::4bayonetta:

    Notable PGR Wins 2018:
    • MKLeo
    • Tweek
    • Mistake
    • Cosmos
    • Marss
    • ESAM
    • Zinoto
    • tyroy
    • Shoyo James
    • 6WX
    • Light
    Notable Placements in 2018:
    A-TIER: 1st Frostbite 2018, 5th GENESIS 5
    B-TIER: 1st Midwest Mayhem 11, 5th Collision XV
    C-TIER: 1st Xenosaga XIII, 1st Overclocked II, 3rd King of the Springs


    Summary: Dabuz, the Mr. Consistent of Smash. Despite his cheerful personality, he is a feisty player in Smash. It is no surprise that Dabuz have done well throughout Q1 2018. In GENESIS 5, he placed 5th. In King of Springs 3, he placed 3rd. Since then Dabuz has made a slew of 1st placements at Frostbite 2018, Xenosaga XIII, Midwest Mayhem 11, and Overclocked II. By the surplus of wins at many tournaments he entered, it is by no surprise that Dabuz will be the candidate of being the best Smash 4 in PGR 5.


    Larry Lurr
    PGR Ranked: 7th
    Main(s): :4fox:
    Secondaries: :4dk::4diddy:

    Notable PGR Wins 2018:
    • VoiD
    • Ally
    • Kirihara
    • Charlie
    • falln
    • Zenyou
    Notable Placements in 2018:
    A-TIER: 7th SML: Battle for Vegas, 17th GENESIS 5
    B-TIER: 5th Niconico Tokaigi 2018, 9th EGLX 2018
    C-TIER: 1st Kawaii Kon 2018, 5th No Fun Allowed 2


    Summary: Larry Lurr was one of the most effective player out there and a candidate for being the best. However, this year, Larry Lurr wasn't living out well. In GENESIS 5, Larry Lurr made an embarrassing 17th place by losing to Javi and Lima. In Niconico Tokaigi 2018, he was double eliminated by Tsu-, placing 5th. At No Fun Allowed 2, he positioned 5th once again. At Kawaii Kon 2018, he finally placed 1st while defeating VoiD. However, he was placed at an average 9th at EGLX 2018. In Smash Masters League, he was bodied by Cosmos 1-3 and Fatality 0-3, placing 7th. Although his results may be respectable, you need to realize that Larry Lurr is currently placed 7th at the current PGR and having these placements are not well commendable. It is also noted that he currently hasn’t defeated 9 out of 10 PGR Players out there. It is unknown whether Larry Lurr will be able to prompt it back but only time will tell.


    KEN
    PGR Ranked: 8th
    Main(s): :4sonic:
    Secondaries: N/A

    Notable PGR Wins 2018:
    • VoiD
    • Shuton
    • Tsu-
    • Choco
    • Kameme
    Notable Placements in 2018:
    A-TIER: N/A
    B-TIER: 1st Umebura T.A.T., 3rd Niconico Tokaigi 2018, 5th EVO Japan 2018
    C-TIER: 1st Sumabato Tokaigi Qualifier 1, 7th Umebura 31


    Summary: Japan has been silent throughout early 2018 as most Japanese players are currently focused on their regional tournaments instead of focusing on their American majors. KEN is one of them as he hasn’t entered any single North American tournaments as of right now. Still, KEN not entering any international majors doesn’t mean that he hasn’t contain any results. His 1st place at Umebura T.A.T. and Sumabato Tokaigi Qualifier, his 3rd place at Niconico Tokaigi 2018, and his 5th place at EVO Japan are very respectable in the Japanese community. He also has plenty wins under his belt such as beating VoiD, Shuton, Choco, and other Japanese players. However, his absence does harm him as these results are not as strong as the American majors. Despite this, KEN could have the chance to return to top 10, but time is growing slim as the next PGR iteration is getting closer.


    VoiD
    PGR Ranked: 9th
    Main(s): :4sheik:
    Secondaries: :4fox:

    Notable PGR Wins 2018:
    • Larry Lurr
    • Choco
    • Fatality
    Notable Placements in 2018:
    A-TIER: 9th SML: Battle for Vegas
    B-TIER: 2nd Kawaii Kon 2018, 9th Niconico Tokaigi 2018
    C-TIER: 5th Noods Noods Noods


    Summary: VoiD has been quiet throughout early 2018. He hasn’t placed top 8s of any A-Tiers or win any top 10 PGR players right (excluding Larry Lurr). Despite his unusual obscure attendance, his attendance he enters were commendable. His 9th placement SML: Battle for Vegas and Niconico Tokaigi 2018 were pretty good and he does fairly well at C-Tier tournaments. However, his obscurity DOES harm him as the lack of attendance means that he can be outclassed by other players who contain greater results than VoiD’s. Like KEN, VoiD could have the chance to return to top 10 (2GGC: Hyrule Saga and 2GGC: SwitchFest), but of course, time is growing slim as the next PGR iteration is getting closer.


    Mr. R
    PGR Ranked: 10th
    Main(s): :4sheik:
    Secondaries: :4cloud2:

    Notable PGR Wins 2018:
    • Elegant
    • Cosmos
    • Samsora
    • Darkshad
    • K9sbruce
    Notable Placements in 2018:
    A-TIER: 5th Frostbite 2018, 9th GENESIS 5
    B-TIER: 9th EGLX 2018
    C-TIER: N/A


    Summary: Mr. R does fairly well through early 2018. Despite, Mr. R’s lack of wins on any of the top 10 players, his 9th place at GENESIS 5, 5th at Frostbite, and 9th EGLX are respectable results that should be fairly honored. After his EGLX performance, Mr. R has been notably silent in attendance for unknown reasons. Although Ramin will hopefully return (especially 2GGC: Hyrule Saga rolling in), he needs to be quick to retain his top 10 position as other players such as Fatality, ESAM, Cosmos, and falln, will try to snatch top 10 positions as they accomplished fantastic results.


    Elegant
    PGR Ranked: 11th
    Main(s): :4luigi:
    Secondaries: :4zss::4gaw:

    Notable PGR Wins 2018:
    • Lima
    • Darkshad
    • falln
    Notable Placements in 2018:
    A-TIER: 13th GENESIS 5
    B-TIER: N/A
    C-TIER: 1st No Fun Allowed 2, 2nd Noods Noods Noods, 2nd Rise 2018


    Summary: Elegant is widely considered to be the best Luigi out there. His fantastic performance at GameTyrant Expo and 2GG Championship gives him an unimaginable boost to 11th place on the current PGR. However, similar to most PGR players throughout 2018, Elegant hasn’t enter any majors that would allow him to possibly place top 10 or retaining his position. His absence on majors after GENESIS 5, and the lack of major PGR wins throughout 2018 harms him significantly. Elegant, like many others, will need to attend more majors to retain or rise his position, but time will tell.

    WaDi
    PGR Ranked: 12th
    Main(s)::4mewtwo:
    Secondaries::4rob:

    Notable PGR Wins 2018:
    • ESAM
    • Lima
    • Darkshad
    • Zinoto
    Notable Placements in 2018:
    A-TIER: 9th Frostbite 2018, 13th GENESIS 5
    B-TIER: 2nd EGLX 2018
    C-TIER: 5th King of the Springs 3


    Summary: Throughout latter 2017, WaDi made the largest jump in any PGR rank history. His fantastic placements in latter 2017 led to rise up from 46th place on PGR v3 to 12th place on PGR v4 (THAT IS A WHOOPING 34 POINTS RISE!). This amazing comeback in performance, alongside his engagement to his girlfriend live at 2GG Championship, makes him one of the most favorable smashers out there. WaDi made a strong performance in 2018 as he placed 13th at GENESIS, 2nd at EGLX 2018, and many other commendable results. However, WaDi doesn’t have any wins outside of top 10 and top 20 and his attendance was slightly more obscure. Despite this, the possibility for WaDi for entering top 10 is high, especially his great achievements in majors recently.


    Mistake
    PGR Ranked: 13th
    Main(s): :4bayonetta2:
    Secondaries: :4zss:

    Notable PGR Wins 2018:
    • Salem
    • Nairo
    • Dabuz
    • VoiD
    • Mr. R
    • WaDi
    • Ally
    • Cosmos
    • ANTi
    • MVD
    • Konga
    • Fatality
    • falln
    • K9sbruce
    • Zenyou
    Notable Placements in 2018:
    A-TIER: 2nd GENESIS 5, 3rd Frostbite 2018, 3rd SML: Battle for Vegas
    B-TIER: 4th EGLX 2018
    C-TIER: N/A


    Summary: Mistake throughout Q3 of 2017 was astonishing. This Canadian Bayonetta player was able to take down the likes of Salem, CaptainZack, ZeRo, and many others while placing fantastic in tourneys such as 5th at Super Smash Con. Be that as it may, Mistake made a steep decline at Q4 as his performance grew more inconsistent. Some people dubbed him the "one-hit wonder" at one point and predicts that Mistake will never reach his peak performance after his sudden decline. Nonetheless, it was about to change, starting GENESIS 5. In GENESIS 5, he was gotten upset by a Mr. Game & Watch main, Maister and was sent to losers. One may argue that Mistake couldn't even make through top 32 and into top 8, but they are fooled for Mistake had made one of the most impressive losers run in Smash 4 history. Throughout losers, Mistake 2-0d ANTi, 3-2 Konga, 3-0 Javi, 3-1 WaDi, 3-1 K9sbruce, 3-0 falln, 3-2 Dabuz, 3-2 Nairo, and 3-0 Salem. However, his god-like losers run had ended as he lost to MKLeo 3-1. Since he fantastic 2nd place after his risky losers run performance, he still made a superb performance since then as he stood 3rd at Frostbite 2018, 4th at EGLX 2018, and 3rd Smash Master League Vegas. By the looks of his fantastic performance, it will be believable that Mistake could have a chance to win a major someday; and if so, Mistake will be one of the most significant threats as his performance could likely give him potential for being the best


    Ally
    PGR Ranked: 14th
    Main(s): :4mario:
    Secondaries: :4diddy:

    Notable PGR Wins 2018:
    • Mr. R
    • ANTi
    • Konga
    Notable Placements in 2018:
    A-TIER: 9th GENESIS 5, 13th SML: Battle for Vegas
    B-TIER: 5th EGLX 2018, 9th Niconico Tokaigi 2018
    C-TIER: N/A


    Summary: Ally in early 2018 performs rather well in comparison to his volatile performance in latter 2017. Able to perform exceptionally well on majors while using a character that is currently debated whether it should be top tier or high tier as a solo main. Despite securing well-earned placings, Ally could not secure many wins against top players, with only 3 PGR’d players he defeated. Despite this, 2018 will be soon be a good year for Ally as he strives to pursue his Mario into great success. Ally will hopefully achieve similar success to his first-half of 2017, however maybe not to an extent of his 2016 peaks (Mario has decline overtime).


    Abadango
    PGR Ranked: 15th
    Main(s): :4bayonetta::4mewtwo:
    Secondaries: :4metaknight::rosalina:

    Notable PGR Wins 2018:
    • KEN
    • Kameme
    Notable Placements in 2018:
    A-TIER: N/A
    B-TIER: 2nd EVO Japan 2018
    C-TIER: 3rd Umebura 31, 5th Umebura Tokaigi Qualifier 2, 7th Umebura Tokaigi Qualifier 1

    Summary
    : Abadango’s attendance was silent throughout early 2018. He, like many Japanese fellows, tend to stay in Japan. Despite many Umeburas, Sumabatos, and Karisumas in Japan, Abadango entered only one Umebura. His performance was splendid however, as he was able to secure 2nd place at EVO Japan 2018 with his trusty Bayonetta. Still, his lack of attendance brought him down into obscurity but him entering 2GGC SwitchFest will hopefully brought him back out of the darkness. Will Abadango return to his former top 10 glory? With the fantastic performance at EVO Japan, maybe, but time will tell.


    Komorikiri
    PGR Ranked: 16th
    Main(s): :4cloud2::4sonic:
    Secondaries: :4feroy:

    Notable PGR Wins 2018:
    • Samsora
    Notable Placements in 2018:
    A-TIER: 7th Frostbite 2018
    B-TIER: 7th EVO Japan 2018
    C-TIER: 5th Sumabato 24, 7th Sumabato 23


    Summary: komorikiri attendance in Japan was slightly less obscure in comparison to KEN and Abadango. He made respectable placings at Sumabatos and placed very well at EVO Japan 2018. Komorikiri was one of the few Japanese players to currently enter a major outside of Japan, which was Frostbite 2018. Komorikiri certainly does well at Frostbite but that is the end of his ability to enter international majors until SwitchFest. Of course, komorikiri will try to show everyone his performance at SwitchFest.


    Cosmos
    PGR Ranked: 17th
    Main(s): :4corrinf:
    Secondaries: N/A

    Notable PGR Wins:
    • Tweek
    • Larry Lurr
    • WaDi
    • Samsora
    • Shoyo James
    • AC
    Notable Placements in 2018:
    A-TIER: 5th SML: Battle for Vegas, 7th Frostbite 2018
    B-TIER: N/A
    C-TIER: 4th King of the Springs 3


    Summary: Since the Big House 7, Cosmos is widely considered to be the most divine Corrin player out there, able to take down the likes of ZeRo, Salem, and many others. This year is a prominent year for Cosmos. He placed 7th at Frostbite 2018 while beating WaDi and Shoyo James. He was unfortunately lost to Fatality 0-3 and Mr. R 3-2. After Frostbite, Cosmos attend King of the Springs 3 where he secured 4th, losing to Fatality once again. Finally, he entered Smash Masters Vegas where he placed 5th, losing to Fatality 3-0 once again. Although Cosmos have generated commendable results in Q1 2018, he has a hard time against Fatality and he hadn't enter many tournaments. Otherwise, Cosmos's results are good enough to secure Corrin's status as a high/top tier character.


    CaptainZack
    PGR Ranked: 18th
    Main(s): :4bayonetta2:
    Secondaries: :4peach::4wiifit:

    Notable PGR Wins:
    • VoiD
    • Charlie
    • dyr
    Notable Placements in 2018:
    A-TIER: 7th SML: Battle for Vegas, 17th Frostbite 2018
    B-TIER: 4th Midwest Mayhem 11
    C-TIER: N/A


    Summary: CaptainZack seems to performance well in 2018. While having a rough start by placing 17th at Frostbite 2018, CaptainZack seemed to pull his performance and improve it after Frostbite by securing top 8 placements at Midwest Mayhem 11 and SML: Battle for Vegas.


    Marss
    PGR Ranked: 19th
    Main(s): :4zss:
    Secondaries: :4falcon::4lucario:

    Notable PGR Wins:
    • Salem
    • Tweek
    • Samsora
    • Mr. E
    • Light
    Notable Placements in 2018:
    A-TIER: 17th Frostbite 2018
    B-TIER: 3rd Collision XV
    C-TIER: 2nd Overclocked II


    Summary: Marss is notorious for his uncommon tournament appearances, especially 2017. Despite his tournament appearance, Marss place exceptionally such as his 5th place at 2GGC: Civil War and 2nd place at Big House 7. These extremely successful yet uncommon tournament attendance makes him, in my opinion, the PPMD of Smash (in terms of how both are uncommon and successful at the same time). In early 2018, Marss handle rather well in his uncommon tournament appearances. Having a decent start at Frostbite, he made exceptionally well at Overclocked II and Collision XV while beating the likes of Salem, Light, and Tweek. Right now, Marss may seem to be an unlikely contender for top 20/top 15, but like before, Marss can make an explosive comeback.


    ANTi
    PGR Ranked: 20th
    Main(s): :4mario:
    Secondaries: :4zss::4cloud::4metaknight::4sonic:

    Notable PGR Wins:
    • K9sbruce
    • falln
    Notable Placements in 2018:
    A-TIER: N/A
    B-TIER: 7th EGLX 2018
    C-TIER: 2nd Noods Noods Noods: Oakland Edition


    Summary: ANTi starts his performance in early 2018 by placing 7th at EGLX 2018. After that, ANTi went on placing 2nd at Noods Noods Noods: Oakland Edition. ANTi’s future can be bright but it is up to his decision. However, ANTi’s announcement of his possible retirement of Smash 4 can bring his future into darkness until the Smash 5 iteration. Right now, who knows and time will show.

    ESAM
    PGR Ranked: 21st
    Main(s)::4pikachu:
    Secondaries::4samus::4mario::4mewtwo::4diddy:
    Notable PGR Wins:
    • Mr. R
    • Mistake
    • Lima
    • Fatality
    Notable Placements in 2018:
    A-TIER: 7th GENESIS 5
    B-TIER: 3rd EGLX 2018, 13th EVO Japan 2018
    C-TIER: N/A


    Summary: ESAM is usually very good Pikachu player. This year, ESAM does certainly well. At GENESIS 5, he was able to take down Mr. R and enter to top 8. In top 8, he faced against Nairo for the first time since an extensive time. Despite ESAM's prediction of him winning against Nairo because Pika vs ZSS MUs is 60-40 MU Pika favor (ESAM's opinion), he wasn't able to challenge Nairo as Nairo made a complete 3-0 against ESAM. From this, ESAM finished 7th place. Next, ESAM enters EVO Japan 2018 where he lost to Sigma, securing 13th. After a brief hiatus, ESAM made a brief return at EGLX 2018. Starting off strong in top 32 winners, ESAM defeated Fatality 3-1 and Mistake 3-0. Nevertheless, ESAM was unfortunate enough to be double eliminated by WaDi, both 1-3 at Winners Semi-Finals and Losers Finals, securing 3rd. ESAM retain pride with his Pikachu and this year clearly shows it. From an impressive 7th place finish at GENESIS 5 to 3rd place at EGLX, ESAM will surely strive his best to become a top 10 player and will show everyone what Pikachu is made of.
     
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