lewa is probably among the top10 most accurate players in osu, right behind bikko, HDHR, xilver and maybe a couple others.
Husky wrote:And then, there was thelewa, who's never been a talented player. He repeated many times that he sucked in rhythm games. Yet, he was one of the best players in the world through insane hard work he put in.
If you want to make an example to debunk what I said, https://osu.ppy.sh/u/1208858 is probably the best counter-example.
But even then, I can almost assure you that Vettel was most likely not behind at 4k pp.
The only thing that can really debunk my argument is showing me a large amount of players that were in the untalented-bracket early on, but still made it to the top. But you won't find many examples like this, because it is generally not a thing. The overwhelming majority of top-players always did better than people close to their rank, until they joined the ranks of the top-players. If you don't count to this group, your chances of becoming a top-player are significantly reduced.