The EU vs CN Masters 2 was the most lucrative of 2015 so far, with nearly $60,000 up for grabs and a Ferrari on the line for the Chinese players. The skill on display was undeniably high. But it wouldn’t be Hearthstone without some insane RNG, or randomness.
In the second semi-final of the tournament, Wang “TiddlerCelestial” Xieyu was the last remaining hope for the Chinese team. The two sides had been neck and neck to this point, but an all-European final was on the line. Down 2-1 against Greek Apostolos “Hawkeye” Karaikos, TiddlerCelestial needed to counter the double Knife Juggler with some insane juggles of his own if he had any chance of staying in contention.