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Jakub's most known contribution is the classic [[megawad]] [[Kama Sutra]] which he developed with [[Adolf Vojta]]. He is also a notable speedrunner, submitting over 200 [[Demo|demos]] to the [[Doomed Speed Demos Archive]] and 50 demos to the [[Compet-n]] database. Until 2007, he was a member of [[KS team]].
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Jakub's most known contribution is the classic [[megawad]] [[Kama Sutra]] which he developed with [[Adolf Vojta]]. He is also a notable speedrunner, submitting over 200 [[Demo|demos]] to the [[Doomed Speed Demos Archive]] and 50 demos to the [[Compet-n]] database. Until 2007, he was a member of [[KS team]].
   
He used to play [[Wikipedia:Hockey|hockey]] for eight years.
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Jakub Razák (also known as Method, method man; born February 8, 1988) is a Czech Doomer, mapper and speedrunner.


History

Jakub's most known contribution is the classic megawad Kama Sutra which he developed with Adolf Vojta. He is also a notable speedrunner, submitting over 200 demos to the Doomed Speed Demos Archive and 50 demos to the Compet-n database. Until 2007, he was a member of KS team.

He used to play hockey for eight years.


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