Yes, it does. Julyzerg streams his ladder practice.
Yeah he does, so??
It was just in 2008 when I learned about korean Starcraft play. Since I play zerg myself, I focussed mostly on zerg players. Julyzerg did not only impressed me with zerg skills but also with general player skills. And with his physical presence. It's hard to describe Julyzerg's play. Many players obviously know the rules of the game and play accordingly. July often seems to create his own rules. And forces them upon the other player.
While I admire Jaedong, I adore Julyzerg.
Then Starcraft 2 came. That was the time when streaming was beginning to grew into HD streams. I watched some players, some great players. But I did never dare to dream to watch a god while he graces the ladder.
As July transitioned to SC2 and appeared in the GSL, I wasn't able to miss a single game. He was playing the game! And he delivered. While he has been in finals just once, he again proved to be different from the everyday zerg. For example take his strategy for Terminus RE, one of the largest maps, versus a Protoss. He sixpooles. He scouted his enemy late and he was on crossposition. July won – because he hid his zergling force, making his opponent think he tries to drone up. He did this trick twice in the same game. How can he pull this off? Because he knows how to use your reason against you.
Now July streams. Watching this stream is not just fun, it's joy. He brings out the essence of zerg. He makes zerg real.