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F91

From Liquipedia StarCraft Brood War Wiki
[e][h]Zerg F91
Player Information
Name:
孙一峰
Romanized Name:
Sun Yifeng
Nationality:
Born:
February 17, 1983 (age 41)
Race:
Team:
Alternate IDs:
DuskBin.F91, Fnatic.F91, MYM.F91
Approx. Total Winnings:
$37,399
Links
Achievements
2005 VS Gold Tournament 2005 China Telecom GreenPower E-sport League(2005 CGEL) IEST 2006:China CEG 2007 Changchun SSL4ever G-League 2008 Season 2 CEG 2008 Beijing PLU 6 NVIDIA GAME FESTIVAL 2010 WCG China 2010
History
DB., MYM, Fnatic

Overview[edit]

Sun "F91" Yifeng is a retired Chinese Zerg player.

Biography[edit]

Sun "F91" Yifeng is a top Chinese Zerg player from China who is well known in the Chinese StarCraft community. He got 2nd place in WCG China 2007 but was unable to attend the grand finals in Seattle due to visa issues. In 2008, F91 attended the Blizzard World Wide Invitational where he lost to Kal 1-2 and was eliminated from the tournament by IdrA 1-2 in the loser's bracket.

In 2009, F91 became well known in the foreign StarCraft community with his undefeated winning streak in Liquibition by defeating IefNaij 4-1, IdrA 5-2, Strelok 5-2, NonY 4-2 and kOs 4-2. Despite his strong performances in 2009, he was unable to attend the grand finals of WCG 2009, losing to Pj in the third place match of WCG China 2009. His 4th place in both WCG 2009 China and IEF 2009 qualifiers earned him the nickname of 孙殿军 (4th place Sun) by the Chinese community.

After winning WCG China 2010 by defeating Lx in the finals, F91 announced that he'll be switching to StarCraft II after the WCG 2010 Grand Finals. Despite his strong performance in WCG 2010 China, F91 ended up losing to 1-2 to Tossgirl in the STX Masters tournament in Shanghai which many considered to be an upset. In the Grand Finals of WCG 2010 in Los Angeles, F91 failed to qualify from his group with a score of 2-2 with 2 wins over Advokate and the Japanese player KuroA and 2 losses from Jaedong and Yayba. F91 retired from Brood War and switched to StarCraft II after WCG 2010.

Facts[edit]

  • He is well known for his very aggressive, unorthodox style.
  • Showed dominance in the foreign scene in 2009, winning five consecutive Liquibition matches, including a series against retired progamer kOs.
  • Was caught abusing in the Poker Strategy TSL in 2009[1]

Quotes about F91[edit]

  • "If there is one Zerg, in the whole world that's good that is not a cookie cutter Zerg it might be F91."-Artosis
  • "F91 is F91, he rapes the piss out of anyone who doesn't know his style because it's so abusive."-IdrA

Matchup Statistics[edit]

Matchup Games Wins Losses Winrate
vs P 118 56 62 47.5 %
vs T 98 59 39 60.2 %
vs Z 64 33 31 51.6 %
All 285 150 135 52.6 %

Achievements[edit]

DatePlaceTierTournamentTeamResultPrize
2010-07-231stMajorWCG China 2010WCG China 20102 : 1$4,451.63
2010-04-111stMajorNVIDIA GAME FESTIVAL 2010NVIDIA GAME FESTIVAL 20102 : 1$2,000
2008-11-231stMajorCEG 2008 BeijingCEG 2008 BeijingW : L$2,926.90
2008-11-131stMajorG-League 2008 Season 2G-League 2008 Season 22 : 0$1,464.07
2007-12-181stMajorSSL4everSSL4ever3 : 0$3,090.04
2007-12-161stMajorCEG 2007 ChangchunCEG 2007 ChangchunW : L$2,712.60
2007-07-292ndMajorWCG China 2007WCG China 20070 : 1$2,648.59
2006-09-131stMajorIEST 2006:ChinaIEST 2006:China2 : 1$2,519.07
2005-12-251stMajor2005 China Telecom GreenPower E-sport League(2005 CGEL)2005 China Telecom GreenPower E-sport League(2005 CGEL)
TBD
$2,236.90
2005-12-041stMajor2005 VS Gold Tournament
TBD
$994.07
Extended list of results
2010
2006
2005
  • Enjoy E-sports Shanghai 2005
  • CGEL ZheJiang 2005
2004
  • Shanghai Enjoy E-sports Game
  • Lenovo game 2004
  • CEG Shanghai 2004

Earnings Breakdown[edit]

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]