Why would you create something that has been done before, more professionally?
dodge if you see me on the enemy team
just don't make super aggressive plays, if you make a play have a teammate with you to trade or back you up
use nades to stay alive
Great vid man! Ignore the negativity from toxic hltv users
you got some fair guidelines but it's all about conditioning. if you play "by the book" all the time
you will get extremely predictable to opponents that you meet more than twice and would lose easily.
is this like level 3 tips and tricks?
Should've just reviewed a blameF demo instead.
Good video! Keep ut the good work man
try and be more upbeat in your videos and not look so scary
should of probably put this on some csgohelp reddit or some shit, these too scared to ever show their face hltv fags just gunna shit on your content
volume 0.1 and have some caffeine before so you sound less montone, other than that good video man!
im pro but i watched anyway, good video. but first awp shot scared me
decent tips for all types of players.
i personally learned something new, and i´m playing this genre for 15 years :D
might actually help my consistency which was always the one strugglepoint in my overall gameplay
keep it up bro <3
nice video man, keep it up!
a lot of faceit lvl 10's should watch this video
Thanks for the awp jumpscare. Jk it's a useful video, well explained!
Good work bro keep it up!
Problem with cs if you want to play it seriously and it is that its an old game, people just do not tryhard anymore, they do not care about all that "rules" and "advices" and take risks more often.They are taking agressive off angles etc. If you really wanna play cometitive you might want to play esea or something
Keep up the great work ^^
u call me bad playeer, me sad :(
Well explained, learnt something new.
i think most of those concepts were already explained way better by adren / steel or even bloody war owl but props anyway for trying to contribute. i think it's also important to stress some of the examples in the video are mainly applicable to solo queuing aka "im too shit to play quake so i pretend csgo is a single player" so 90% of the community probably. for instance, under bridge is a very shitty position to play anti eco, as you've pointed out, but that's not the case if you are playing with an experienced stack. you don't have to peek behind the box, you can just sit there which makes it impossible for them to get on site. there are multiple crossfire angles they need to be concerned about (jungle, stairs, triple, ct and bench). if they take tetris and try to wait for duels there are multiple options for good flashes netting you free frags. most importantly if you play under bridge you know when a rush is coming so it's harder to fake or surprise you. point being that a position can go from being absolute crap to being extremely solid depending on who you play with.
same thing with close aps on B. it's a terrible position for anchoring for the reasons you've mentioned but it can be incredibly powerful with the right setup. if you have a passive B setup the 2nd guy can bait for you and it's very unlikely you'll get checked at all. if you kill 1 and instantly drop it's extremely hard for them to refrag. your teammate can hold from back site and they are essentially running into a crossfire.
short corner isn't bad for the reasons you said it's bad. imo the fact you cover two angles (short and chair) is actually good because you hardly need to adjust if at all. when it comes to short peek you are gonna see them first, also some players blunder by looking for frags at A and expose a bit of their body on that angle which is at the very least good info if not a free frag. short corner is bad because if they slow peek chair with an awp they see you before you see them. not because of a peeker's advantage (you are right that it plays a role too because you are likely to be less focused than they are), but because you are closer to the wall then they are.
a summary of your video would be:
1) certain viable angles become nonviable when solo queuing - try to avoid them if you don't want to feed. if you still want to play a similar position opt for off angling or jiggle peeking instead.
2) go for long distance engagements against ecoes. tracking while spraying is hard, especially from close up.
3) avoid holding spots that are usually preaimed / prefired. think how you clear angles and avoid holding them when you are on the other side.
I've seen both of your recent videos and they both have really good content and good points. A little bit more tuning with sound etc and these will be brilliant! hope you carry on and do well my dude.
Nice video. It's basically peeker's adv what you're saying so that you shouldn't stand still in a pre aimed position. I never thought about anti eco positions before though. I will play further away next time.
ok, these make sense, but i'm still dumb and i die easily in mirage, hate this map, better join overpass and anubis, where i put you in position where i am best, lol
bad thumbnail and title so you won’t become famous youtuber
its ok. but everything is common on a specific lvl. thank u for ur work for the community. keep it up bro
I wish I could hear every time you shoot the weapons. Lower in game sounds
I really liked it man. Thank you.
Your videos are actually somewhat helpful, thanks! (I subscribed for u my friend)
Nice video, thanks for the tips.
thanks,now I'll be able to improve my kda 😎
Nice one, even though I knew all of that.
But please, make the volume in-game lower next time
Didn't watch but I appreciate the effort 👍
Nice video, you got +1 view from me. The serious face + the humor are a nice combo, keep it up.
Well done video mate, keep it up! :D
Never peek on the left if your character is right handed, think about perspective
Nice video! Appreciate the effort.
another thing a lot of people don't understand is this: if you are close to a corner or standing close behind a box, if an enemy is further away and peeks you, he will see you FIRST and may kill you without you even seeing him.
great video! i know most people already know not to stand in obvious pre-aimed spots, but i liked the idea about thinking about where their crosshairs might be when they swing, and stand in a position where their xhairs wont be on your head. that's pretty smart. also the point about not standing close to areas where pistol enemies can wide swing is very important and i even see pros making this mistake in real matches all the time, and they almost always get destroyed by multiple running pistolers.
basic and gold tips, I already know them but reminding matters a lot
good video again man. just the volume of your voice is MUCH lower than volume of the game. when you started shooting i think i lost my hearing.
Off-angles always work, but you need to be good aimer to take advantage of it. And you must now what to do when enemies blind you
very nice video men! keep it up!
I mean i already knew these things but still nice video man!, Would definetly send this if i have a friend that's trying to get into cs.
great video, i see myself dying in pugs like this a lot
Wow you lookin good meng. Also video ain't bad. A lot of it is kinda common sense but it's something you have to actively remember to do which is the hard part
Thank you for the video i'll keep watching!
The position yourself in a position where you can repos is one of the biggest things ever in pugs.
When cache was being played a lot, the thing that tilted me the most was people taking a main control, then leave someone solo on lockers without any support in a 5v5. This guy will just get traded out and your in a shit position.
Decent video, most of the things to improve on were already mentioned.
If you want to play or talk about cs, my name on steam / faceit is the same as hltv.
my god u are sexy
Good job bro! Keep it up!
No homo but you're def above average in looks, sexc hair :)
Thanks for all the feedback today, it has meant a lot for me to able to improve!
nice vid mens
good to see something actually informative on youtube rather than tips not to move while spraying
Nice video, my gold friends asked me how to get better at cs without playing aim maps so i send them your videos and they really liked them. Good job man, keep it up.
bump for a really good content man
Up for this mens support him))