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at what rank:hour ratio should someone not consider going pro
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United Kingdom Grief277 
what is your opinion and what rank:hour ratio do you have? i have 3.5k hours globel
2019-03-20 15:34
thats a retarded question, its nevet to late, just needs hard hard hard work
2019-03-20 15:36
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United Kingdom Grief277 
i want to agree with you but that's not entirely true like ive seen on reddit some people with 3k hours and silver i dont think they can go pro and the same reason why get right will never have the raw skill of f0rest or s1mple. it's because some people just can't
2019-03-20 15:37
you think its genetics that he is silver with 3k hours? just use your brain. 99% of people have literally the same learning curve. its all about how you invest the hours, effort and finding the right settings by trying out. any person can get global with 3k hours.
2019-03-20 15:40
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United Kingdom Grief277 
not true some people have a natural aptitude for developing muscle memory
2019-03-20 15:41
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United Kingdom ez4swag 
+1
2019-03-20 15:42
nobody will believe this trash
2019-03-20 16:29
#16
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United Kingdom Grief277 
how is it trash?
2019-03-20 16:29
its bullshit. we cant develop aim like simple or niko, but any normal person has the potential to become global in 3k hours, if they invest the time in solely 5vs5 and aim training.
2019-03-20 16:33
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United Kingdom Grief277 
>we cant develop aim like simple or niko. and why is that? because of g e n e t i c s (natural aptitude) s1mple and niko have a natural undeniable talent
2019-03-20 16:34
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Ukraine s1v9mple 
+1
2019-03-20 20:05
#10
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Czech Republic marekkingx 
definitely not true lol
2019-03-20 15:46
#13
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United Kingdom Grief277 
expected from faroe islands tbh
2019-03-20 16:01
you want to feel superior to others., but not everyone invests all their cs go playtime in 5vs5. and im not talking about myself. if you want to take the discussion that way. i only do 5vs5
2019-03-20 16:30
#20
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United Kingdom Grief277 
how am i claiming to be superiour to someone else?
2019-03-20 16:31
99%? ...that's a hard no
2019-03-20 16:00
3k hours and any average person or slightly below average can easily get global.
2019-03-20 16:30
"99% of people have literally the same learning curve. " is wrong and baseless
2019-03-20 16:32
#35
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United Kingdom Grief277 
+1
2019-03-20 16:37
its fucking cs not rocket science. you move your mouse and learn basic decision making.
2019-03-20 16:55
Your statement doesn't just apply to CS as it's the learning curve of people and it's still incorrect for CS alone, showing how weak making up random statistics like that is
2019-03-20 16:57
if you take 10000000 players and give them the same fucking routine and if everyone takes it with the same seriousness, then they all will be at around the same level. just the 1% shows talent and develops way further and the 0.01% make it pro.
2019-03-20 17:03
You can't just make up a test and state the result without conducting it, that's not how statistics work lmao
2019-03-20 17:11
#51
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United States ferric 
It's true but he's not wrong about the learning curve. Of course we can't actually prove it at all, but think about it, there's no single routine one follows to get better at the game.
2019-03-20 17:15
99% of people do not have the same learning curve
2019-03-20 17:37
#63
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United States ferric 
Yeah 99% is probably exaggerated and for going pro, it definitely has a huge impact. I originally thought the thread was just to get global.
2019-03-20 17:39
coming up with shit arguments. the numbers arent from a study right but you only need common sense to understand this.
2019-03-20 17:34
coming up with shit base points. 99% of people do not have the same learning curve, you only need common sense to understand this.
2019-03-20 17:38
you dont have common sense. thats your problem.
2019-03-20 17:39
common sense states that 99% of people wouldn't have "literally the same" learning curve lmao
2019-03-20 17:40
#59
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Germany Der_Pabst 
I doubt he was really trying or playing at decent fps. i mean not getting global at 3k hours is one thing, but not even gold? maybe he is just surfing lol
2019-03-20 17:36
Never too late ... right and pigs fly :D People who believe they can make it as a pro will in 99% of the cases ruin their entire youth. And for the 1% who make it they will also ruin their life because no friends, no good relationships and no real life skills.
2019-03-20 16:56
yeah, this belief that is going around in cs that there is no talent and anyone can become pro with hard work is just so naive. 99,99 will never make it pro only because they lack talent. if people dont show extreme potential in the first couple hundred hours then they should give up and stop wasting their time working for the impossible. this is just the hard truth.
2019-03-20 17:03
Not to mention the countless players who have talent but won't get into a pro team because they don't know any professional players who can speed up their potential career. And not to mention the countless of players who made it to pro but can't get a decent team for more than 6 months in a row.
2019-03-20 17:11
true you still need luck to play with the right players. being at the right place at the right time.
2019-03-20 17:31
#78
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Russia Svirv 
I hope more young people realize it
2019-03-20 20:51
#3
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Greenland iamsofancy 
ain't such a thing. If you want to consider going pro just try.
2019-03-20 15:37
#4
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Jordan xrealx369 
2k hours supreme/lem
2019-03-20 15:38
Imo, you will just try :D. I believe in you man <3
2019-03-20 15:39
#8
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Europe crosst 
idk how its possible to not be global with 1k hours
2019-03-20 15:42
#11
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United Kingdom Grief277 
no previous fps experience csgo was my first pc game (except for minecraft i played a bit) before this i played console
2019-03-20 15:58
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Myanmar ROFLMAO3 
bruh the last sentence
2019-03-20 16:31
#23
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United Kingdom Grief277 
what's wrong with it
2019-03-20 16:32
#42
Sweden hoey 
thats a bruh moment if ive ever seen one
2019-03-20 16:57
bruh sound effect #3
2019-03-20 17:19
bruuuuuuh
2019-03-20 17:34
#66
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United Kingdom Grief277 
why bruh i don't understand
2019-03-20 18:38
console bruh. bruh is used when someone does/says something inexplicably stupid or unbelievable.
2019-03-21 02:37
#76
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Europe crosst 
bruh
2019-03-20 20:47
#79
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United Kingdom Grief277 
why bruh is it bruh beause i played on console?
2019-03-20 21:28
if u dont play mm every single hour of csgo its possible to not be global
2019-03-20 17:20
#77
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Europe crosst 
well i assume most people will try to get global first rather than playing faceit/esea, otherwise they are retarded
2019-03-20 20:48
#86
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Estonia Mrkruvi 
Guess I'm retarded then
2019-03-21 07:26
#87
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Europe crosst 
Yeah
2019-03-21 09:11
#14
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Brazil potatomato 
global with 3.5k hours
2019-03-20 16:02
#17
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United Kingdom Grief277 
think ur funny mate?
2019-03-20 16:30
yare yare daze play on gnm if u wanna go pro, only noobs play on global
2019-03-20 16:31
#25
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Myanmar ROFLMAO3 
MM ranks are irrelevant man, maybe tell your faceit ELO for better view for this... Globals are usually faceit level 6 lmao,
2019-03-20 16:32
#26
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Myanmar ROFLMAO3 
Also if someone tells u he has 3k hrs and 3k elo on faceit u know he is probably damn good than someone who tells u he is global after 3k hrs :)
2019-03-20 16:33
#31
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United Kingdom Grief277 
not asking for myself i already know i can't go pro
2019-03-20 16:34
#45
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Myanmar ROFLMAO3 
Yes u can wtf? U dont have hands or smth ?
2019-03-20 17:08
#67
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United Kingdom Grief277 
u need to be naturally very talented to go pro
2019-03-20 18:38
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Myanmar ROFLMAO3 
U need to be talented to be the best indeed, but well you can play in high skilled scene with your team and still get into esports I guess, but to be the very best you have to be born like that i would say
2019-03-20 19:54
#73
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United Kingdom Grief277 
thank u for kind words men im first trying to get level 10 faceit (5 rn) then i will probably only play for fun since i will have more important things to focus on
2019-03-20 19:58
#74
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Myanmar ROFLMAO3 
Yea if u want to go pro or smth which is so hard XD you gotta be readt for 10k hrs by few years of grind otherwise urdead
2019-03-20 20:02
#64
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United Kingdom NotNiceGuy 
Can confirm. I'm GE, 1.5k hours, lvl 6, can't rank up :c
2019-03-20 17:40
#72
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Myanmar ROFLMAO3 
Global is shit, 1.5k is low amount of hours, u will get better eventualy by the time, also u need such a things like quality gear, fps, stable internet and u have ideal area to get better..
2019-03-20 19:55
700hours and global here but go pro is a little harder - you have to quite your job n shit
2019-03-20 16:34
#32
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United Kingdom Grief277 
you played any games before csgo?
2019-03-20 16:35
its my first shooter on pc, but im watched a lot of cs to gain gameknowledge.
2019-03-21 07:18
#46
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Myanmar ROFLMAO3 
I like quote from someone which is quite depressfull, it says "Talent beats hard work" also I saw it reversed but I think this one is kinda true tbh
2019-03-20 17:10
i did a lot of work, watched like every day 2 hours of pro cs and learned/found out by myself smokes n shit ^^
2019-03-21 07:19
Tough to say cuz many things affect it, someone might quickly get at decent level but maybe they have loads of experience from similar games so they can more quickly reach their potential than other person, still most people with talent and right attitude would reach decent level pretty quickly I think, not like many make it as a real pro anyway despite some skill no matter how much time and effort they put in it, most are forever stuck in kinda "semi-pro" status at the best despite being really good players compared to most.
2019-03-20 16:38
Getting global is a piece of piss. Getting lvl 10 or Rank A+ solo queue is another thing
2019-03-20 16:36
#34
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United Kingdom Grief277 
thank u for not answering the question im talking about hours as well as rank
2019-03-20 16:37
If ur not semipro 3-4k hours of playtime you can quit trying to go pro. And that is playtime and not afk hours on steam. I have 2.8k hours on steam but only 1.3k actual playing time in a server bcs i afk a lot and leave game open. Im global and rank 9 faceit but im very far from being a semipro. But ye 3-4k hours of actual playtime is where you should rethink your career.
2019-03-20 16:52
#56
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United States ferric 
Yeah I'm just about where you're at (1500 hours on steam but like 1200 hours realtime) faceit lvl 8 almost lvl 9. Tbh I feel like it's easier to get recognized in NA since FPL-C is a lot easier to make. You just need to be lvl 9-10 and you get placed in the gold division if you subscribe to Mythic (similar to ECL) which the top 30 every month get to FPLC qualis and the top 4 or 5 there make fpl c. Once you get into FPL C you can make decent money from the game (definitely not enough to support yourself fully but it is money so you can call yourself 'semipro') and also your talent can be recognized for Advanced/MDL teams. If I don't make it to FPL-C or ESEA Advanced/MDL within 2 years (I'll be 20 years old then) thats when I'll call it quits for the grind to pro. Just gonna play for fun at that point
2019-03-20 17:32
#68
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United Kingdom Grief277 
how do u check real play time?
2019-03-20 18:38
#36
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Other delmaszm 
You need to prove yourself among pro, maybe suck one or two pro cocks. Then you could become pro
2019-03-20 16:38
#41
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North America Techno_Lover 
Well I'm sitting at 2.2k hours and I'm MG1. Reminder that I was already scraping LE at around 400 hours some years ago. I guess I just play for fun now.
2019-03-20 16:57
#49
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United States ferric 
Mm doesn't really mean much tbh. In fact, one shouldn't even consider going pro unless they're in FPL-c You play the game to enjoy it and you get better, you don't make impossible goals. You make smaller goals along the way and keep in the back of your head that you can get better but dont look at.it because it is a monumental task. Just focus on trying to.be the best player you can be. I started playing CS a lot this past May. For me, I'm just gonna play for fun and try to get better (Face it lvl 8 almost lvl 9). If I can make FPL-C within 2 years, I'm gonna go for it, if I'm not anywhere near that, I'll just play the.game.for.fun until I get bored of it.
2019-03-20 17:19
+1
2019-03-20 17:27
#50
United Kingdom n33b 
Thousands of hours:No MM rank = more likely pros, the better players aren't even on MM. You're never making pro yourself if you think MM rank matters in the slightest.
2019-03-20 17:14
global is full of trash players, it isn't worth anything
2019-03-20 18:49
#70
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United Kingdom Grief277 
im not asking for myself i knnow i cant go pro
2019-03-20 18:50
#81
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Portugal dr1zz3n 
Global is far away from being prepared to the pro/semi pro scene. Besides, you kinda need a natural hability be above the majority. How many are out there, grinding and grinding and only a small % actually gets to actually become a pro? There are a lot of people, for example, stuck in silver because they have bad PCs. But truth is, most of them won't even reach even global. I have friends with +2k hours still in silver and always ending games 10-25. Some people just don't have it in them
2019-03-21 02:51
Not everyone has a competitive mindset when it comes to games. Some people won't improve or they'll see marginal improvements over hundreds of hours.
2019-03-21 02:59
#83
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Philippines laiff 
depends on the type of person you can have 500 hours and reach global if you have a sick ass pc and played alot of fps games before cs for me im stuck in nova and in faceit level 5 with 2.6k hours you just have to have experience and train harder
2019-03-21 03:14
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