DruggedFox is disappointed as he 3-0s Leffen while Mango takes his first tournament over Armada for the year - Melee Royal Flush Highlights

Posted by Justin 'AdaptiveTrigger' Gordon • May 14, 2017 at 8 p.m. PDT

The Super Smash Bros. Melee tournaments (singles and doubles) have now come to an end at the Royal Flush. Highlights are ready to go!

TSM|Leffen found himself in a 2v1 situation after his partner had his last remaining stock eliminated. This didn't seem to bother Leffen, however, since both opponents were over 90%.

After some well-placed up-smashes, Leffen and LG|Ice moved on to grand finals for doubles.

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In this next highlight, Alliance|Android managed to clutch the win for both himself and Alliance|Armada.

C9|Mango's waveshines were certainly on point against Armada.

You could really tell who the crowd was rooting for in the Mango vs. Armada set based on their reaction to Mango taking the set to game five.

The set between Liquid|Hungrybox and Leffen started with a bang. Hungrybox managed to capitalize on Leffen's first mistake in the biggest way possible.

A falling up air into rest was all it took to take away Leffen's first stock.

The final scramble between these two players was pretty awesome.

IMT|Shroomed had a particularly good start against Mango. It looked as though this was Shroomed's set to win once he secured a 2-0 victory over Mango.

Mango would have to win three times in a row against Shroomed to not get eliminated.

It came down to the very last stock of the set, but Mango certainly made a statement after his 0-to-death to take it.

Amazingly, DruggedFox was able to go 3-0 against Leffen in a very impressive set on his part. Oddly enough, it seemed as though DruggedFox was disappointed.

DruggedFox is said to be the type of player that wants to beat players at their best afterall...

Mango managed to make his way into grand finals against Armada. During one of the games, he pulled off a nice win which resulted in a nice pop-off from him.

He even manged to take the set from Armada, resetting the bracket.

... And then, Mango managed to dish Armada his first tournament loss of the year. It was a pretty hype moment.

Source: VGBootCamp.

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