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Aim botz warm up kills?
Turkey Yourgayisstillgay 
Which i need to train my aim 500 kills or 1000?
2018-07-26 09:31
Warming up before playing luul
2018-07-26 09:32
2018-07-26 09:32
Europe iqpi_b2k 
you know that 3 minutes before competitive match? it's called warm-up :)
2018-07-26 09:59
Germany Dayjay 
3 minutes before match is toilet time
2018-07-26 11:50
Or getting a cooled beverage-time
2018-07-26 12:22
500 kills or 1000 kills which is better(Sorryforbadenglishitrytotalkwiththeppl:P)
2018-07-26 09:33
Doing aim botz is not going to help you do anything past warming up. You need FFA DM to improve your aim past a certain point. The best thing to do is to go for like 100 kills aim botz or any warmup map and then go for 500 or so kills FFA DM at the very least, split up over whatever weapons you want. I usually just hop right into DM and go an hour on the AWP, hour on the AK, 30 mins on the deag and 30 on the M4. Something like that, and it works out.
2018-07-26 09:41
Bulgaria MaestroGOD 
and you still suck most likely
2018-07-26 09:44
2.6k elo FACEIT.
2018-07-26 10:04
not even a pro lol, who are u to give people improve tips
2018-07-26 10:24
Bulgaria MaestroGOD 
its not that hard to get that elo, i have seen a lot of 3k elo player that pretty much suck
2018-07-26 10:24
People that suck in a game and people that suck are different. If someone has 3k elo, they have the individual skill of the average pro player. The only thing that is different at that point is teamplay the vast majority of the time. If elo was so easy to get, we'd have more than like 600 people who are over 3k elo. I'm still at a pretty okay spot where I gain less than I win, but not by too much. At 3k elo you need to win like 3 games for every one you lose to stay even, it's hard as fuck dude. The only way to consistently stay 3k+ elo is to be consistently hard carrying your team with like 30 bombs, I think you're really underestimating the individual skill of those players. Their teamplay might suck, but when it comes to their mechanics none of them are bad.
2018-07-26 10:37
where I gain less than I win FFS
2018-07-26 11:38
Oh my bad, gain less than I lose per win is what I meant haha. Still though, it's a good position to be in, just need to win slightly more games than I lose to break even. It sucks so much when you gain 10 elo for a win and lose 40 every time, not looking forward to that life.
2018-07-26 11:40
wtf omfg you fucked my braind so hard you mean you gain less per win than you lose per loss????
2018-07-26 11:51
Yeah that's what I mean.
2018-07-26 11:49
ok btw everyone should warm up differently imo in my case 30 min max: 5 min - movement 10 min - flicking standing bots 5 min - spray control 10 min - moving bots (freestyle) if i want to develop my skill and have time i train after games
2018-07-26 12:00
Depends on how much you want to improve, but training after games doesn't work. Two main reasons. 1. When you play, you get used to your skills and play using your skills and aim. If you have trained to have good aim, you can slowly build up muscle memory to be able to play in that way with less practice. Training afterwards means most of that training is wasted, as you're not using it in-game. 2. When you sleep, your muscles have a soft reset. This means any training you did before sleeping that you didn't yet use in-game is mostly wasted. Your muscles won't be able to get used to any movements unless you use them in a natural environment, which in this case, is in-game itself. You can do as much practice as you want but it's inefficient if you don't use it.
2018-07-26 12:04
dude, there is no best way in general, only best way for you, i think what you said depends on how your body functions, like there are people that learn in the morning and people that learn right before going to bed... Loban is recommending training after games, cuz that's where you push yourself he says... player like Maikelele just goes to bhop servers... and player like Happy maybe do not train at all.. :(
2018-07-26 12:19
i am not an expert, just a global that is banned on Faceit for 2 years, but in most cases you should do what feels right for you... at the end, it's only a game, and if you are not having fun, there is not need to go pro
2018-07-26 12:23
Brazil cleytonton 
Rank? hahahaha
2018-07-26 09:58
2.6k elo
2018-07-26 10:04
so you basically do warmup for 2h? i cant play that game even more than 1 h
2018-07-26 10:12
Mate that's pretty normal. It's not supposed to be fun, if you have a lot of fun warming up then you're not doing the right thing. Just dedication, that's the only way to get better. It really depends on how much you play. If you have the drive and time to play 10 hours of games a day then sure, 1h of warmup will be fine since you can just improve by playing. If you're only playing like 5 games max a day, though, doing more practice is required to get the most out of your games.
2018-07-26 10:14
"only playing like 5 games max a day" nigga what? working people dont have time to play 5 games a day
2018-07-26 10:25
If you work you do have time for 5 games. Wether you choose to spend that time elsewhere is up to you. If you're working and you do not dedicate yourself to CS, you'll never have a chance at being good anyways so this thread is entirely irrelevant to those people.
2018-07-26 10:29
why spend so much time in cs if u dont go pro anyways?
2018-07-26 10:31
Well obviously that is what I am trying. It takes a while though, I only started seriously playing in 2016, before that it was just a lot of casual 2 hours a week stuff. I've been playing CS since I was a kid but I never even considered it as a career until then, I was hardstuck silver and trolling for the first 3 years I played CSGO. It's not so easy to go pro, it's a process that takes years of consistent dedication. All of these young stars you see, they broke out quickly once they got to that level, but they've all been playing CS quite seriously for at least 5 years before they got to a pro level of play.
2018-07-26 10:36
sounds like midlife crisis to me tbh
2018-07-26 10:46
I mean, that's what everyone says about pro gaming. I've been told by my parents and everyone around me except for my closest friends that going pro is just a dream, it's a fantasy, it's just trying to cope with my lack of interest in other activities. Everyone says that, but it's both my hobby and my passion, why would I not pursue it? If there is a chance, even if just a little one, for me to go pro, and it's everything I want in life, is it not normal to at least try to go for it?
2018-07-26 10:48
Trust me being a pro gamer is very hard and not even interesting job as it seems like.
2018-07-26 10:55
I'm fully aware. It's about mindset dude, if you consider it like a dream job, you'll never enjoy it. I don't, I just compare it to other jobs and despite all the downsides of constantly travelling and never really having good off time, it's still the best. After considering that, there is still no other job available to me that is more interesting. Not to mention, even if you don't have a lot of down time, the people in the scene are downright more interesting to hang out with than people who can't relate to you. It's people that think it is a dream job that will never really become pro, because they think they can get away with not spending the time. You can only go pro if you're aware of how difficult it is but decide to commit to it.
2018-07-26 10:59
For me the biggest ''problem'' of being pro is how little time you spend with your family , its okay when you are 18-25 y old so you are on your own, but when you grow up enough to find a woman to marry and you want to start a family being a pro gamer becomes very hard because even when you are home if you want to keep up playing at high level you need to practice most of your time because those new kids are gonna to have that time you dont have anymore because of child and family :)
2018-07-26 11:20
Sure, it'll be hard to find a woman and marry, but at the same time you're travelling, being involved with a lot of people. It's a lifestyle choice you make. I'm fine with spending a decade or more living my own life, dedicating myself to the game. It's not as if you don't gain anything, you gain a hell of a lot of professional experience in life since you're dealing with so many different parties in the scene. On top of that, you're meeting women from all over the world so you have a better chance at finding someone you truly want to marry anyways. Really depends on what you want, I don't care too much about low family time, I don't think it's smart to settle down during your time as a pro gamer though, can only negatively impact your performance. If you look at all the pros who have gotten married or are in a pretty serious relationships, all of them, literally all, went downhill after publicly announcing a marriage or a relationship.
2018-07-26 11:24
Please save Dutch cs
2018-07-26 11:26
D0cc will save dutch cs. Seriously though, if he's legit he will definitely be on a top 10 team in like a year, max 2 years.
2018-07-26 11:29
Well its easy to say right now in your position that you dont care about low family time, but when that actually comes you will see how people change when they marry and get a child especially :) But yeah gl with whatever you become later on and I hope ur actually gonna have this small conversation in mind to see if if was right, esp. if you rly become pro :D
2018-07-26 11:30
Yeah, as I said, if I do become pro I have no intention of settling down as a player. I think it's unfair to your team and your fans, no matter how you try to balance time, you will lack enough time to improve if you want to spend enough time with your family. Either way I am nowhere close to being pro, the hardest part of becoming pro is where I'm at now. I can join a shitty team and work my way up through all the leagues, qualifiers, all that stuff. I can do that, or I can try to qualify for FPL. Both of the options are ridiculously hard and will take a lot of time, dedication and luck.
2018-07-26 11:33
sure bro but have u thought about what happens if u dont make it? people dont want people who are in there late 20s without any qualifications
2018-07-26 11:30
I'm not fully committed just yet mate. I'm 18 now, will keep attending my course and finishing my degree. If at some point I get to a point where in 6 months to a year of full time playing I can get to that pro status, I will consider dropping school. I'm not stupid enough to quit my education until it's almost certain I have at least a solid chance to become pro. Of course, that makes it harder, there are plenty of people who play all day every day, but I don't think dropping school with low chances and potentially ruining my life is worth it.
2018-07-26 11:35
oh ok well gl bro
2018-07-26 13:58
2018-07-26 11:40
Dude don't mean me wrong but ffa dm is really hard that's gonna improve my aim? there are have some many ppl sometimes actually i'm tilted.
2018-07-26 10:31
That's the point. It doesn't just improve your aim, but also lets you work on the basic mechanics. You learn to play angles right, learn timings, when to peek, how to peek, etc... All of these skills are necessary if you're going to be good.
2018-07-26 10:36
when you playing in ffa server there is the have 17 ppl servers that is hard so, yes i need to hard work you right anyway. thx again.
2018-07-26 10:40
Ty my brother! i'm gonna try
2018-07-26 10:19
can you recommend me a ffa dm server? couldnt find a good one
2018-07-26 10:40
Levels are vastly different. You won't learn much from playing against people far better than you, nor much worse. The average person on these DM servers I play I would say are mostly supremee and global MM players or lower level faceit players. Can't say for sure though. Servers I play on are: - Mer it el fou NBK FFA DM (D2 & Mirage) - GC Gaming DM #6 (Cache) - Mer it el fou Kio FFA DM (D2) I don't know what level of play you are though, and what weapons you play, etc. Some servers automatically swap between weapons, some don't, some are high level, some low. You really have to find a DM server that fits your practicing needs or you're not going to learn as much. If you want to maximize efficiency you have to play at a level as close as possible to your own, otherwise you're only learning aim whereas at a decent level you have to properly peek angles and position yourself, meaning all of your mechanics will improve.
2018-07-26 10:46
i am not too high level of a player as I have to go to school and shit, I have just ~1k hours played, but my struggle was to find a ffa dm server which has enough people etc but thanks
2018-07-26 11:19
CIS ast1k 
so u doing all this especially like warmup?
2018-07-26 11:40
Nah man, I play to get better, if you only play enough to warmup you will just remain at a level or not improve fast enough.
2018-07-26 11:41
CIS ast1k 
oh ok, i mean after DM im playing like shit in 5x5 game, cant kill any1, always in bad timing and etc. so im trying to understand how it fucking works
2018-07-26 11:45
Yeah, need to play a lot of games too. Even if your aim is great, it won't matter if you run into the wrong angles all the time, or if you use utility wrong. Even one useless death in an important round is enough to lose the game for your team.
2018-07-26 11:48
play bettter go deatmatch
2018-07-26 09:55
Israel Jewjistu 
dont play eesier
2018-07-26 09:33
Do you mean this workshop map is waste of time? thx
2018-07-26 09:34
Israel Jewjistu 
honestly ye I think dm is alot better
2018-07-26 09:42
Serbia banzae 
Aimbotz are not here to fix your aim, it's just to make you warm up, feel out the weapons, get your deagle flicks on.You train aim with deathmatch, playing retake servers and by grinding cs mm, faceit, esea whatever, whole day.
2018-07-26 09:38
Actually aim botz is very good to train pure mechanical aiming because of the high count of encounters with enemies. The things you said are better for crosshair placement, gamesense and situational aiming.
2018-07-26 09:44
Just do that 100 kills thing and find in how much time can you get 100 kills.. try to get 100 kills in least time day by day. Best warmup for me regarding that map
2018-07-26 09:42
For warm up i would suggest you do it until you feel comfortable with your aim. Sometimes it will take longer, sometimes shorter.
2018-07-26 09:43
I wouldn't play aim_botz for aim practise because the bots are either still or move unnaturally That's why I play DM
2018-07-26 09:48
Faroe Islands memento_1 
yes killing people spawning in predictable spots or getting killed in the back. 90% of time the winner isnt who is aiming better/faster
2018-07-26 09:57
Europe Staley 
Dm really sucks, didn't improve at all after 2 months and only got pissed off few times cause of how ridiculous it can be.
2018-07-26 11:27
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Armenia gr1nch 
warmup for mm lol
2018-07-26 09:51
do aim_botz 16hours/day
2018-07-26 09:51
Faroe Islands memento_1 
do like 10 mins with ak and go play dont overthink
2018-07-26 09:56
Serbia sensei256 
Warmup = overrated
2018-07-26 10:07
4,000 minimum.
2018-07-26 10:12
I think 500 kills is perfectly for the warm up in my opinion
2018-07-26 10:21
play ffa dm to improve/warmup your aim play the map called 'fast aim / reflex training' to warmup your aim (250 ak, 250 m4, 100 deag, 75/75 first round pistols, and 100 any other pistol then you should be fine, it will take 15-25 mins i guess) aim_botz is useless stop playing that map it gives you nothing but the bad habits
2018-07-26 10:55
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Croatia northic 
maybe first play aim_botz 500K than fast aim reflex and then dm ffa?
2018-07-26 12:04
1000000000000 for the MEGAAIM
2018-07-26 11:25
Ukraine ksay 
aimbotz useless
2018-07-26 11:31
fuck aim botz fap instead
2018-07-26 11:54
Netherlands Deji 
Aimbots useless, play dm Edit: also do push ups before match
2018-07-26 12:22
aimbotz good on LAN
2018-07-26 12:24
Netherlands Deji 
2018-07-26 12:34
+ good when you have low fps / bad net
2018-07-26 12:44
push ups before match really? lol
2018-07-26 12:34
Netherlands Deji 
Yes try it
2018-07-26 12:35
just connect your brain to the game, and you dont need a warmup all these kids are just stupid, dont listen to them
2018-07-26 12:23
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