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Alfonso Chartier
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May 1986
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Alfonso "Fonzi" Chartier is a retired player most notable for his time on Str8 Rippin. During his peak in the 2005 and 2006 MLG seasons, Fonzi was considered to be one of the league's premiere objective players.
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Halo: CE

Fonzi started off his Halo career at MLG San Francisco 2004. His team, PA All Stars, had an impressive 4th place showing. The squad consisted of Comet, FecesSlinger and longtime teammate Foulacy.

Halo 2

Fonzi had an impressive start to his first season of Halo 2, with a 4th place performance at the MLG Washington, D.C. 2005 opener. His team, Str8 Rippin, consisted of Foulacy, SadPanda and Synergy. With Karma replacing SadPanda, Fonzi and Str8 Rippin had their first money finish at MLG San Francisco 2005, placing 3rd. They repeated the placing at the next three events in Houston, Orlando and St. Louis each with a differing roster. Fonzi and Str8 Rippin won their first event at MLG Philadelphia 2005, where the roster of Fonzi, Foulacy, Tsquared and Zyos dethroned the dominant Team 3D squad. Following the big win, Str8 Rippin earned a sponsorship from TrademarkGamers. Fonzi and co. attended MLG Las Vegas next, where they again finished 1st. Following this, they experienced three straight 2nd place finishes, all losses to Team 3D, at VGL Nationals 2005, MLG Los Angeles 2005 and MLG Atlanta 2005. Fonzi and his team parted ways with the TrademarkGamers company after Atlanta and returned to the name Str8 Rippin. For the MLG New York National Championships, Fonzi and Foulacy decided to team with Cpt Anarchy and Tupac. They finished 3rd at the event.

Str8 Rippin kicked off the 2006 season with a roster of Fonzi, Foulacy, Tsquared and Defy. They finished 2nd at the first two events of the season, New York and Dallas, both times being defeated in the finals by Final Boss (formerly Team 3D). Str8's placing slipped in Anaheim where they finished 3rd, and fell further in Chicago, where Fonzi experienced a career-low placing at the time of 7th place. Defy parted ways with the team after this and was replaced by Cpt Anarchy. This brought the team back to 3rd place at MLG Orlando. They repeated 3rd placings in the two big money events of the season - the New York Playoffs and the Las Vegas National Championships, where Fonzi won his highest ever team prize - $30,000. During the offseason, Str8 Rippin were signed to a contract worth over $1,000,000 USD, but Fonzi was dropped from the team before he could reap the benefits.

Fonzi started the 2007 season off on a new team - Redemption, alongside Cpt Anarchy, KillerN and Ramby. The hyped up team underperformed considerably, finishing 14th at the Charlotte opener. Fonzi's fortunes would not improve, as he suffered two more sub-top 8 finishes in the Meadowlands and Dallas on team LeGendZ. He then joined Perfect Storm for Chicago, which was another low finish for Fonzi. He experienced one last top 8 finish in Orlando after reuniting with Foulacy on Perfect Storm. Unfortunately, they could not make the top 8 at the Las Vegas National Championships. Fonzi retired shortly after the 2007 season.



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