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Doujin reclaims solo lead as AK falters against Vermillion in The Nationals Tekken 7


Laus Playbook Auto Group Esports’ Doujin reclaimed the top spot while teammate AK slid down to number two in The Nationals Season Two Tekken 7 group stages, Saturday.

Doujin swept his day five assignments, defeating BREN Epro’s Maru and Mawts, 3-0, 3-1, and 3-1, 3-1, respectively. The Southeast Asian Games bronze medalist used Hwoarang in his first match and summoned Bob in the second.

He has a total of 28 big points with an 18-1 win-loss record, taking back the top spot from teammate AK, who he shared pole position with the previous day.

AK, meanwhile, dropped his first assignment against Cignal Ultra Warriors’ Vermillion, 3-1, 2-3, 2-3. He played Jack in the first two games and capped off the loss with Paul. AK bounced back with a come-from-behind win against Smart Omega’s Jules, 0-3, 3-2, 3-2, using Jack in the first round and Paul in the last two.

The silver medalist from the recent SEA Games amassed 22 points through a 17-8 standing.

Happy Feet Emperors’ Hapon (16-7) and CUW’s Vermillion (15-9) shared the third spot, tying with 19 points.

Hapon bested SMO’s Pica, 2-3, 3-0, 3-2 to kick-start his day. He started off with Geese and ended the series with Leeroy. The former BREN Epro bet then played his best pick in Eddy in the second series, beating STI EOlympians’ Rakenrol via sweep, 3-0, 3-2.

On the other hand, Vermillion pulled the upset against the second-ranked AK using Negan once and Julia twice. He then finished the day with a victory over BRE’s Mawts, 1-3, 3-1, 3-2, spamming Devil Jin.

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BRE’s Maru fell down to fourth with 18 points and a 15-11 card while CUW’s NatureLover climbed up the fifth spot with 16 points and a 12-11 slate.

Completing the top eight were SMO players Jules (11-13) and Pica (11-15), who ranks sixth and seventh with 13 and 12 points, respectively while HFE’s Coffee_Prinz! nabbed the eighth slot with 11 points and a 10-16 card.

BRE’s Mawts (9-18) is currently at the ninth spot with nine points while the SEO duo of Don Argus (7-18) and Rakenrol (5-19) sits at the tenth and eleventh place with seven and five points.

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