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He bested the greatest Zerg player in the world, Park Dark Ryung Woo to claim the prize.The grand finalsThe greatest Zerg player in StarCraft II and the favorite for BlizzCon, Dark, took on the best micro player in the world, ByuN, in a matchup of dreams. It was a game of reaction against aggression, and it was the ByuN, the aggressor, that won out. He used a multitude of starts and timing pushes to relegate Dark to defense. Darks macro game was immaculate and his reactionary maneuvers were top-notch, but it was mostly to prevent the game from becoming a wash; it did, however, allow for a couple games to enter the late game. ByuNs bio-control and multiple-pronged attacks and aggression were key to winning the set, but it was his understanding of each maps angles and high ground that really won the games.When the games did enter the late game, Dark and his Zerg armies could reconstruct and adapt to ByuNs compositions. 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But he also made too many questionable build decisions against the faster openers of Elazer. Elazer was just a little better in the micro department and it made all the difference; he even took the game on Dasan Station, arguably a Protoss-favored map.Park Dark Ryung Woo was in top form against the lone USA player, Tings Alex Neeblet Sunderhaft. Darks only real stumble during the road to the quarterfinals was an ultra late loss against KT Rolsters Kim Stats Dae Yeob and he did everything he could to prevent any game from entering that stage. Neeblets scouting was solid, but not thorough enough to prevent most of Darks attacks (fast Overlords against Stargate openers). As a result, Darks timing and sudden all-ins were incredibly effective. 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