In a 20-3 pummeling of Makaveli, my man Fatality took the Championship bracket at the RazerCPL. He is still undefeated, winning his matches by a combined total of 102-12 so far.
I didn't quite catch how it works last night when I made that "Final Four" post. Now that Fat's won the Championship bracket, he will have to beat the Makaveli again in order to win the event, because Makaveli went on to win the loser's bracket after the loss to Fatality. Because of the event's double-elimination rules, Makaveli would have to beat Fatality twice in order to take first place. The winner gets the $40,000 first-place prize.
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|10. dkanter - $100|
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