not sure but this sounds like you need headshot deathmatch
just play minecraft than this shit game
What has helped me with small adjustments was a new mousepad that had lower static friction. Stretch your hand and forearm regularly, helps a lot.
Play Aimbotzz / deathmatch / HS only FFA DM . It takes time, play more DM than MM/Faceit or whatever for like a week or two, eventually your muscle memory will recover or develop from scratch again.
Tapping anti aim is all luck, use spray or body shot.
I just spray my luck does the one taps 😎👌👍
micro adjustments too hard in this game for me too
i have that exact problem too. If someone is strafing and i dont insta 1 tap then i just cant headshot them
if you need to adjust alot when someone pre aims on you , then you are bad positioned
i made break from cs for 10 years, i play from bed even, never had better aim its all in your head :D btw no idea what your question was.
i think you just suck.
therefore, git gud
One of the hardest kills In CS is someone strafing as you said. Play more and get better.
i think you are just a bad aimer.
you made a big mistake to start again.
i recommend games that don't rely on aim))
what is this question honestly.. hours of aimbotz and DM are fixing this... literally nothing else, what do you want to hear as a answer? Secret of getting perfect aim without practising? You basically lost all of your muscle memory for aim adjustment, just practise.. more than before because now you need it more.
u duck and spray his body
I think it's because you panic and just need to relax?
Try playing around with the sensitivity, check your mousepad, maybe spend some time in HS only DMs
Try to improve your spray against moving opponents
10000 headshots in aimbots everyday
AimLab is the best, train some 40-50 mins for 3 days and I guarantee you'll notice the improvement.
EZ gain in accuracy, flicks and TRACKING moving targets - that's what your problem is I think
And also try release your sens a bit, like I was playing similar 1.11 @ 800 the whole time and turns out it's a tad bit not enough to adjust your shots efficiently with consistency. Just a light raise to 1.15 and suddenly I am the next csgod, flicking HS left and right :D
Play a workshop map called "fast aim/reflex training"....this is exactly what its about. Thank me later :).
lol micro adjustments is only thing im good at i think, i been called aim bot a lot by teammates even at low fps.
I think almost noone understood your question (or I didn't). My take:
What you need to pay attention to in order to fix this is that you're most likely trying to lock and track the head of the enemy model and getting 'tricked' by strafe movement (whenever the model is changing directions, let's say from left to right, the model changes aspect and size too - you tend to aim at a certain point that the enemy model won't ever reach or already passed it).
To fix this, you have 2 things that might work:
1. when tracking head start shooting at where your enemy is going to be. Most strafers do it mechanically and this means that the will most likely keep a pattern of 'strafe range' - use this. This is what works for me, specially pistol rounds.. Imagine you're shooting left - right, left - right, and the enemy is dodging everything - stop your aim at a certain point close to the middle of the 'strafing range' and wait for him to cross it, kinda like holding an angle..
2. spam neck/chest while tracking enemy also works most of the times.. most guns (if not all) tends to disperse the inacurate bullets UP first when spamming.. use this
most important thing is to keep your calm. if you missed the 1tap, and your enemy missed it too - chances are that he is in the same position as you, if you manage to reset yourself first - win
edit: remember something that helped me a lot that i saw on a vid - keep in mind that whenever you need to ADJUST your aim, your main problem is crosshair placement, specially if the 'adjustments' needed are small.
ignore those posts that say stuff like "you should change your sense", that's not the problem.
I play with 500 dpi 4.0 sense ig and I believe that I had a similar problem to yours. It seems to me that, even tho you attempt to flick the crosshair to their head, your arm/hand just won't move, or it will move to much, it happened to me a lot before. It just means that either you're not warmed up, or, the more commonly, you just dont have that much aim yet. It's something that will get fixed with time, just play "a lot", and not necessarily just deathmach/ffa or aim maps, even tho those are the better one to do that
Honestly I just shoot them and that's it. Just shoot them.
Watch a replay (or just observe where you shooting at) and see if you overaim or be to slow and manifest in your brain how much you really should flick. I need to think always when aiming the first hour every day ... close range or high range, how does the enemy strafe around the corner etc.
normal, I also stopped play for 3 years, and comeback this years. The only way to get better is playing, relearning the old thing and the new ones. It took time, I suppose that you used to be good so get that level or better you will just to need to play a lot.
Train on KovaaK 2.0 and it will come back eventually
Had this problem too, aim reflex map helped me improve on it
You need to move crosshair (usually green cross in the center of your display) and overlay it with the enemy's head, then press left button on your mouse.
tracking moving enemies is one of the hardest things in the game, so u shouldn't be too worried. i guess shooting moving bots might help
just aim wider if you know they gonna strafe out