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    Its the calm before the storm. Nike Roshe Two Flyknit Black .The Evolution Championship Series is the pinnacle of fighting game tournaments and the next stop on the Capcom Pro Tour. So far, theres been five premier events and plenty of footage to examine. The contenders of each tournament share similar play styles and it would be wise to brush up on what makes up a winner.Final roundThe first taste of premier event action was in Atlanta, Georgia, at Final Round. There, the audience received their first extended look at elite play and how contenders were separated from pretenders. One match between Brentt Brenttiscool Franks and YouDeal Majestic Athletics Tatsuya Haitani Haitani showcased what was necessary to take down a large tournament. Both players jockeyed for position and momentum throughout the set, but the key difference between Haitani and Brenttiscool was activity. Haitani took advantage of Brenttiscools passivity when he was on defense and controlled the space with a combination of his dash, jab pressure and the threat of an activation.NorCal regionalsNorCal Regionals in Sacramento, California, provided some early answers to the question: Can the USA hang with Asia?The losers final between Evil Geniuses Justin Wong and Japans Hajime Tokido Taniguchi was an impressive match that set the bar for what was necessary to advance to the final match of a tournament. Wong absolutely played his style and comfortably held his own in the neutral game: controlling the pace and the footsie game. Wong would go up 2-0 in the set, but two crucial misses in the third game changed the flow of the series.Tokido never wandered too far from his meter usage (critical arts on any hit confirm), corner defense and escape options; he simply couldnt be conditioned. That was the X factor. In a match dominated by Wong, Tokido never lost composure.Stunfest and DreamHack summerIn Europe, both Stunfest and Dreamhack Summer produced two champions that played a similar frenetic style and a refusal to be bullied. Evil Geniuses Yusuke Momochi Momochi and BX3s Arman Phenom Hanjani pulled off incredible victories in very comparable ways. For Momochi, he took down Razers Ai Fuudo Keita with a series that could only be titled hard reads. Momochis wake-up options steered the momentum despite Fuudos dominance over the neutral game. The burst damage potential of Ken, with the aid of Momochis fearlessness, crushed Fuudos chances to take down a premier event. It also helps to have Momochis ability to hit-confirm from any button into a critical art or a combo extension.In similar style, Phenom surprised everyone by dismantling Fuudo in both the winners bracket and grand finals. The commentators counted more than 11 successful reversal uppercuts during block strings or wake-up. But the most important factor to Phenoms success was his ability to push forward despite a momentum loss. In a fearless style akin to Momochi, he took Fuudos best mix-ups and neutral game dominance, but never backed down. While Phenoms victory was not as soul-crushing as Momochis at Stunfest, both delivered the message to the masses that you need to play stubborn to stand a chance.Community Effort Orlando 2016CEO brought the best example of what a premier event winner needed to do. The audience saw that even pool stages were not exempt from ridiculous matchups. In the top 32, Haitani took on Shinya Nuki Onuki in a nail-biter of a set. These were two of the five Japanese fighting game gods. Haitani, despite staring death in the eyes, continued to reversal uppercut on wake-up, block strings, or through any opening Nuki provided.Tokido finally took down his rival, Razers Lee Infiltration Seon-woo and won a premier event. Tokido and Infiltration could be two of the best examples of what it takes to win a tournament on the Capcom Pro Tour. Smooth movement and defense, constant reactions, clutch moments, meter usage and management, and the refusal to be bullied.On one hand, Infiltrations mind games separate him from many others. During the set, he would end many rounds with an overhead. He would back dash on wake-up, punishment or not, or go for the same option for pressure until the opponent absolutely stuffed it. Then theres Tokido, the player that steamrolls without the need for a big-time play. Unlike those mentioned above, Tokido hardly throws any risky uppercuts or plays off too many hard reads. What he does do well is dominate the ground game and understand risk and reward.You need every factor mentioned here to stand a chance: a superior ground game, the refusal to be conditioned, hard reads, and activity on activity. From the first premier event until the most recent, every champion share many, if not all these traits. Nike Roshe Two . Woodson said during a radio interview Thursday that the Knicks Carmelo Anthony doesnt get the same calls as other superstars. Nike Roshe Black And White . Neymar curled home a free kick from just outside the area to put the 2014 World Cup host ahead in the 44th minute. Three minutes after the break, a simple through pass from Paulinho freed Oscar and the Chelsea star rounded goalkeeper Jung Sung-ryong to extend Brazils lead. . Newcastle dominated in the early stages but City weathered the storm and then raised its game in extra time. Negredo broke the deadlock from close range after a simple move in the 99th minute before Dzeko took the ball round goalkeeper Tim Krul to seal the victory in the 105th. NEW YORK -- Trevis Wyche scored 17 points, Nick Griffin had 16 and Saint Peters defeated Fairleigh Dickinson 84-58 on the final day of Fordhams Johnny Bach Classic on Sunday.Six Peacocks (2-2) scored in double figures. Quadir Welton had 12 points, nine rebounds and six assists. Antwon Portley added 12 points, Nnamdi Enechionyia 11 and Chazz Patterson 10. The Peacocks hit 10 of 23 3-point tries and 22 of 29 free throws and dominated the boards 40-21 including 18 on the offensive glass. They also took care oof the ball with just five turnovers to the Knights 12. Nike Roshe One DMB. .Darian Anderson led Fairleigh Dickinson with 16 points and Stephan Jiggetts added 12. The Knights (2-3) shot 50 percent (23 of 46) but only 3 of 14 from 3-point range.Saint Peters led by four when it closed the first half on a 20-6 run for a 49-31 halftime lead and would lead by as many as 27 in the second half. 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