"So today i present you my new project on the channel, where i'll try to show you how to defende a certain position. Obviously these aren't meant for the pros, but i think it will help a lot of people who aren't that experienced, i've thought of this because a few years back in my teams i didn't know how to defend most of the positions so i fully depended on my aim for it and of course most of the times it didnt work out that well :P, so here you go!
As always, feedback is very appreciated!"
i dont think so, people regularly say that due the high amount of professional players quitting cs and the the low amount of players join the pro scene, but outside the professional scene i think CS has a lot of new players
it really depends on you'r play style most of the time, i push it with flashes and try to surprise them, or just stand in top of the box spraying and bursting throw the small space of the radio room and the terrorist hallway
that's why i said it depends on play style, at least i use to kill mroe in a agressive style aimwise my steadyaim or camping aim wasn't that sharp, buy playing agresive trying entry kills resulted for me, but good video and good idea.
The video isn't meant for the pros or you (or me) as the guy mentioned beforehand. It's for starters and it gives them a bit of a heads up before they can develop their own styles. So, not a waste of time, IMO.
Well, like i said in description, this is not meant for someone that have experience in CS, what gave me motivation to this, similar to POV demos i regularly upload, is releasing that if i had this kinda stuff i'm making 3-4 years ago it would have helped me a lot. But yes, it does depend on your playing style, and depends on your team as well, but i'm trying to exploit all possibilities in each position.
Its a really situational position(ramp on nuke) I play it depending on the other team. If they say throw a ton of flashes or smokes you can fall to lower or you can push and try to catch them with their nares out. During the beginning of the round I'll play peaked and spamming a lot(depending on my spawn) and as the round continues if they still haven't take. Outside or upper I'll be playing extremely passive peaking occasionally over the boxes to be safe. But like many have said it's very play style heavy which I agree with. But like all things in cs it's completely situational. (do you feel comfortable pushing against the other teams style) what do you hear in inner? What's the player count taking upper/outside? All these are common questions you ask yourself before taking risks.
NOTE: I dont actually play CS anymore so I don't really know the styles anymore just perspective from when I did.