It’s the second game from Euregio 2. Deyaneina is playing the freshly unsealed Quetzal against Isi’s uncommon Cerebral Imaging.
What happens when German, French, Belgian and Dutch netrunners come together? It’s Euregio 2 time! We begin with a rare match-up of two excellent female Netrunners – Isi from Germany vs Deyaneina from Belgium.
What causes a shift in the meta? The second in a series of quantitative studies of ANR.
The finale of this tournament. Two top-level European players against each other. German Champion Axul vs. Dutch Champion ff0x. It’s Noise vs Replicating Perfection. Guest commentary by Brian from San San Francisco.
We re-live the German Nationals with this exciting match-up of Axul going up against ff0x. The match has been recorded according to the International Katate Chop Standard as suggested by Brian from San San Francisco.
You might think those players were hot as fire. In fact they’re cool as water. Enter the House of Flying Cards where Luis pays Noise, ff0x plays Replicating Perfection and everything is possible. Featuring Martin from Ice Analyzer podcast.
How efficient is an economic engine? This article quantitatively investigates this fundamental question for event-based runner economies.