Lifecoach

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[e][h]G2 Esports Lifecoach
Lifecoach at Dreamhack Winter 2014
Player Information
Name:
Adrian Koy
Country:
Team:
Total Earnings:
$75,422.05
Links
Achievements
Viagame House Cup #3 (in Nihilum)Celestial Invitational #1 (in G2 Esports)SeatStory Cup V (in G2 Esports)
History
2014-11-15 - 2015-01-08
2015-01-08 - 2015-10-01
2015-10-01 - 2015-10-15
2015-10-15 - Present

Adrian "Lifecoach" Koy is a Hearthstone player from Germany. He is currently playing for G2 Esports.

Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Team Result Prize
2016-10-16 A11st A2Major Kinguin For Charity with Paypal G2 Esports $2,500
2016-07-24 A11st A1Premier SeatStory Cup V G2 Esports 4 : 3 United Kingdom J4CKIECHAN $10,000
2015-12-04 A11st A1Premier Celestial Invitational #1 G2 Esports 3 : 1 Taiwan tom60229 $10,000
2015-10-04 A33 - 4th A1Premier 2015 HWC - Europe Championship Gamers2 0 : 3 Netherlands Thijs $2,500
2015-08-09 A22nd A2Major WCA 2015 - Europe Pro Qualifier Nihilum 2 : 3 Ukraine Kolento $3,300
2015-07-17 A44th A1Premier Vulcun Deckmasters Nihilum 0 : 3 South Korea Surrender $3,000
2015-05-31 A11st A1Premier Viagame House Cup #3 Nihilum 4 : 3 USA StrifeCro $10,000
2015-03-01 A11st A2Major Kinguin For Charity - Spring Edition 2015 Nihilum 4 : 1 Poland Lothar $2,500
2014-11-29 A33 - 4th A1Premier DreamHack Hearthstone Championship Team Lucky Draw 1 : 4 Netherlands ThijsNL $2,500
2014-04-29 A11st A2Major Hearth2P EU vs CN Masters 1/0/0 Grp. S. $2,000
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament

Trivia[edit]

  • Former professional Poker player, earning ~$134,000 during his career at tournaments.[1]
  • Half German, half Japanese
  • Lifecoach has a very analytic approach to the game, analyzing every possible play from either side.
  • Lifecoach is known for using the full duration (75 seconds) of his turns causing the rope fuse timer. This has earned him the monicker 'Ropecoach' from fans. [2]
  • He currently lives with his wife and 2 baby daughters in Vienna.
  • After having retired from Poker he moved to the Cayman Islands to then spend a little time in Tokyo before settling in Austria.

Interviews[edit]

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2015[edit]

2014[edit]

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