Or in clutch situations, same scenarios depending on what teammates you get theyll tell you you are wrong. For example I played a 2v1 on dust2 and my teammate screamed GO SHORT WITH TEAMAMTE and teammate ingame screamed GO LONG CROSSFIRE LAST GUY ON SITE
you need to play around what your idiot teammates do
Just instant ban Mirage. Ez profit for your life. If you don't play mirage you gain 5 more years to live.
You should do both. You have to switch strats. Even watching PRO matches You will see sometimes them fighting gor control and other times just being passive. So sometimes the "idiots" strats can work in Your favor.
i play cs for long time
i dont know any nades
even the standart silver nades i cant throw often
all these demo watch9ing and nade stuff are for noobs
learn to shoot learn to win your duell
iam 3.9k elo and know nothing about positions and nades and stuff
just give hs mens
I think generally it is better to have a gameplan that everyone follows, even if it might be worse than the "best" gameplan. So if your teammate is very stubborn on how to approach a map, follow that plan.
Especially with the dust 2 example, if your teammate doesn't want to help you take long then there is no point in trying to take it alone(most of the time), so you're better off just doing as he says
rule 1. playing is worth more then arguing, if the situation needs it then you have to be the first one to give up
rule 2. if you are playing 2vX and your dead teammate starts backseating, you can note what he says but prioritize communication with your teammate that is alive. co-operation is the key.
rule 3. do not fully ignore anyone, make the most out of any situation. If somebody gives up on you and starts doing crazy solo plays, you have to think a way to more benefit as a team from their stubborness. (f.e pushing with him, flashing, trading etc.)
this has worked pretty well so far for me
sigma male plays his own game, no care who disagree, no care who agree 😎
Tbh holding connector sucks, one flash and you're doomed
If you are playing with genuinely bad teammates, you could likely try getting into a position that is a raw aim duel early to convert to 5v4 etc. I've cost my team games before because I had too much confidence in them that they could execute basic CS concepts like carrying the bomb to the empty site.