This CS:GO streamer pulled two of the rarest knives in the game just moments apart from each other.
Imagine pulling two incredibly rare knives in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) in just three tries and one of them is worth $20,000. For one streamer, this just became a reality.
CS:GO streamer, Celeryy0, beat incredible odds the other day. The streamer pulled a Marble Fade Huntsman Knife and a Sapphire Butterfly Knife in just three tries. Let it be known, that both knives are incredibly rare, but the Sapphire Butterfly Knife is currently worth upwards of $20,000.
What makes the whole scenario even more bizarre, is Celeryy called it out just moments before actually pulling the knife.
CS:GO streamer pulls $20,000 knife on stream
While Celeryy's first pull was the Marble Fade Huntsman Knife, which is incredibly rare in itself, the streamer was still not satisfied.
In the clip, Celeryy's mundane reaction to pulling the Marble Fade Huntsman Knife even has his friends surprised. A bit of surprised laughter followed by a "Are you serious?" can be heard in the background of Celeryy's call.
"It is not the knife I wanted though. I want the Sapphire Butterfly Knife," said Celeryy.
Well... looks like "manifestation" might just be real.
The streamer proceeded to open two more boxes, with the third being the infamous Sapphire Butterfly Knife.
Imagine finding a $20,000 item while playing a video game
The odds of finding two rare knives within three boxes are 0.0000000439%, meaning it is almost impossible. Players have a 1/13,500 chance of pulling the Marble Fade Huntsman Knife and a 1/135,000 chance of pulling the Sapphire Butterfly knife.
The simple fact that Celeryy even called out just moments before that he was hoping to pull the Sapphire Butterfly Knife is just absolutely ludicrous. I cannot even imagine the disbelief and excitement the streamer has been feeling since.
CS:GO definitely has some very valuable items within the game, making Celeryy one of the select few to hold these rare knives.
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