Roman Kushnarev 
Dominant performance from the Virtus.pro star
April 6, 2018
Ramzes styled on Vici Gaming in Virtus.pro's win at the Dota Asia Championships 2018. The Russian star finished with a KDA of 10/2/6.
It was a happy game for Ramzes as he got his favorite Broodmother in a very well-drafted game. His laning against eLeVeN's Batrider earned him the majority of the farm. His five-minute Medallion of Courage and 12-minute Orchid of Malevolence made him a one-man army very early on against Vici Gaming. With 10 kills to his name, Ramzes did whatever he wanted in the clean win.
Advances to take on Vici Gaming at DAC 2018
April 5, 2018
Ramzes finished with an 8/1/17 KDA on Lifestealer in a win against Evil Geniuses at DAC 2018.
Ramzes finished a very quick Radiance this game, completing it by 18 minutes. This item lead to a huge fight win for Virtus.pro that started their snowball to victory. There was no good answer to Ramzes' evasion on EG, and the impact in had on fights was massive. Ramzes was effectively shutting down two of EG's cores, while still bringing a lot to the table himself.
Tough loss to rivals Team Liquid
April 4, 2018
Ramzes finished with an 18/9/18 overall KDA in a 0-2 loss to Team Liquid at DAC 2018.
Ramzes played Lifestealer in Game 1. After losing two lanes of barracks to a ferocious Liquid push, Ramzes and VP won a series of impressive fights that let them hold on for almost 50 minutes. Ramzes' damage when he was allowed to latch on to a target was impressive, but in the end, Liquid were able to outmaneuver VP and take the game. Ramzes finished with a 13/4/6 KDA. In Game 2 Ramzes played Terrorblade. He managed to keep his team in the game with his damage, but there was just too much for him to do on his own. As the team's only source of major physical damage, most of Liquid's damage and control was focused on him in the late game. There were just not enough tools on VP to keep Ramzes alive through all that, and he finished with a 5/5/12 KDA.
"Interesting" game from Virtus.pro's young carry
April 1, 2018
Ramzes played carry Omniknight in a grueling win vs Team Secret at DAC 2018. He finished with a 9/4/22 KDA.
Despite getting off to an insane non-Alchemist net worth lead, Ramzes was not very effective in fights. This game really showcased why Omniknight is not the best position one carry. He struggled to actually get into the fights, even with double the net worth of Secret's cores at one point in the game. He slowly transitioned into more of a support role as the game dragged on, letting 9pahsa's Enchantress take over the carry role to ensure a win.
Cannot be blamed for the loss
March 5, 2018
Ramzes tried to carry his team to a win as Virtus.Pro lost to OpTic Gaming 1-0 in the group stage of The Bucharest Major. Ramzes finished with a 12/5/4 KDA.
It was clear that VP was the better team in this match, and it was also clear that nobody had a better slaying ability in this match than Ramzes. Accounting for 12 of his team's 21 kills, Ramzes looked great on Juggernaut, single-handedly snowballing a lead for his team. Nobody else on his team even had more than three kills. However, everything can slip away in a blink of an eye in Dota as VP collapsed late to give up the win.
Impressive form continues
February 25, 2018
Ramzes continued his impressive form at ESL One Katowice 2018 against Fnatic in the semifinals, finishing with a KDA of 17/5/23.
Ramzes aggressive plays caused a lot of problems for Fnatic throughout the series. His opening game with the unorthodox safelane Death Prophet was far too much for his opponent to handle. Ramzes and his 15-minute Blink Dagger made sure he was always in the thick of the action. Ramzes played a more traditional carry with Gyrocopter in Game 2. He was similarly aggressive with his playstyle and just threw his body at his opponents to terrific effect.
Carries his squad to a win
February 24, 2018
Ramzes put together a dominant showing as Virtus.pro defeated Evil Geniuses 2-1 in the quarterfinals of ESL One Katowice, finishing with a 27/9/35 KDA.
This was a total team effort by VP to stomp out EG. VP outfought EG every chance they could get and Ramzes was leading the charge. He racked up a team-high 27 kills over the three-game series, putting the nail in EG's coffin with an 8/2/14 performance on Death Prophet in Game 3. The single win EG was able to get while trailing in net worth is a slightly worrisome sign for VP, but overall they are going into the semifinals with a lot of momentum.
Powerless against Vici Gaming's perfect form
February 22, 2018
Ramzes666 played his worst series of the tournament against Vici Gaming. The Virtus.pro star finished with a KDA of 12/14/14.
Ramzes kicked off the series with a safe-lane Outworld Devourer. He had a good laning stage picking up Power Treads, Force Staff, and Black King Bar before the 20 minute mark. But Virtus.pro really needed more from him since he was dying often despite his defensive items. He only dealt half the damage that teammate N[o]one did, and it was far from expectations. In Game 2, Ramzes went back to his signature Lifestealer. Unfortunately he was even less effective on the hero. He was easily kited around and, despite being loaded with items, he wasn't at all impactful.
Recovered well from a tough lane
February 20, 2018
Ramzes finished with a 5/3/13 KDA in a solid comeback win.
Ramzes kicked off ESL One Katowice with a Lifestealer game. He got off to a rough start, but was able to secure Radiance by 18 minutes. This lead almost immediately to Virtus.pro taking the lead with a pair of huge fight wins. Ramzes continued to accelerate his farm after this, and Virtus.pro were able to keep winning fights convincingly.
Weak showing from the usually explosive VP carry
January 26, 2018
Ramzes finished with an overall KDA of 5/11/12 KDA in a rough 0-2 loss to Evil Geniuses at ESL One Genting.
In Game 1 Ramzes played Chaos Knight. He had a rough time for practically the entirety of the game. His lane was hotly contested, and although VP did draw even in these skirmishes it really set Ramzes back going into the mid game. He wasn't able to follow up with his teammates and deliver the physical burst teams look for when picking Chaos Knight. He finished with a 5/8/10 KDA. In Game 2 Ramzes played Phantom Lancer. This was another tough game for Ramzes. He got shut down in lane again, and was never given the space or time to farm his way back into the game. He finished with a 0/3/2 KDA.
Advances to the Summit 8 finals with ease
December 17, 2017
Ramzes looked clearly in command during Virtus.pro's 2-0 win against Kinguin at the Summit 8. He finished with a 7.5/1.5/13.5 average KDA.
Ramzes started out the series with a nice relaxing Medusa game. He got off to a nice start, got his Mask of Madness and then farmed up the rest of his items very quickly. In fights, he was practically impossible to bring down. The one time Kinguin brought Ramzes down, it cost them all their spells and damage. He finished with a 3/1/14 KDA. In Game 2 Ramzes dominated with Razor. After a pair of early game deaths, Ramzes totally took over the game. He had two easy targets to steal damage from with Static Link, Lifestealer, and Tidehunter, which made fighting incredibly simple for Ramzes. He finished with a 12/2/13 KDA.
Cannot be stopped on the way to a win
December 13, 2017
Ramzes was just unable to be brought down as Virtus.Pro defeated Sacred 3-0 in the group stages of The Summit 8. Ramzes finished with a 22/7/35 KDA in the series
Coming into the series as the clear favorite, VP showed exactly why in Game 1. Ramzes started on the Dragon Knight and only died once while he participated in 16 kills. After taking Game 1 in less than 30 minutes, Games 2 & 3 did not seem much more difficult for the VP squad. Ramzes had a very balanced attack, being able to rack up both kills and assists while still making a major impact on the objectives across three different champions.
Incredible farm paves way for easy win
December 8, 2017
Ramzes had a smooth sailing game against Natus Vincere in MDL Macau. The young star finished with a KDA of 13/3/15.
Ramzes played Luna in the only game of the series. He was uncontested for majority of the early game. He farmed a 17-minute Manta Style and would easily take control of the game from there. He was split-pushing and rotating at all the right moments. Ramzes ended the game with a ridiculous 792-gold-per-minute statline.
Played good mind games for his team
November 4, 2017
Ramzes had a solid series for Virtus.pro as they eliminate SG Esports in Dota Pit. The young carry finished with a KDA of 6/2/17.
Ramzes played the Lifestealer in the lone game of the series. His comfort in the hero showed since despite losing early he knew how to buckle down and still find the farm. He often baited SG esports with his insane Armlet toggling which really swung the game in VP's favor.
Can't end the game despite huge lead
November 4, 2017
Ramzes finished with a 6/3/6 KDA in Virtus.pro's loss to Newbee in the lower bracket elimination rounds at the DotaPit Minor. Virtus.pro are now eliminated.
Ramzes played Vengeful Spirit. He and the rest of VP got off to a very nice start with their aggressive lineup but hit a difficult speed bump when it came time to actually go high ground. Their lineup lacked any ability to scale past 30 minutes, and Newbee was able to grind them down until then.
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