Eighteen Avoidable CS: GO Mistakes I Made Last week

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May 25, 2016 9:04 pm

One of the fundamental rules of Counter-Strike is that you are bad, and you will always be bad. If you start to think you’re good–and if you think you never make mistakes–well, I’ve got news for you: you’re wrong.

The silver lining in this grim outlook? Most players agree that you’ll get slightly less bad if you put lots of effort in. The thing is, I am, and have been for a long time, consistently putting lots of effort into improving at csskingo  . I am also still terrible. I recognize this as a fact, and make no claims otherwise.

I read a fellow EsportsEdition writer’s article about improving at Dota earlier this week, and started thinking about my own motivation to get better at CS: GO. I was never lucky enough to enjoy PC gaming as a child, teenager, or even a college student. I’ve got a lot of catch-up work to do as far as aiming with a mouse and keyboard goes. So, I focus most of training on the mechanical side of Counter-Strike– I probably log about 20+ hours a week in 1 v 1 servers, aim map servers, FFA DM, pistol DM, and recoil control practice. It has helped, and continues to help. A lot.

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