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    #16
    I got better when i got my own and new computer... Ik was on a gf2, p4 1.7ghz, laggy *** hell...

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      #17
      Originally posted by -=[BeR]=-
      Listen to this man.:up:
      Or me, because i said it first :P

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        #18
        I quite like to take up some 1vs1 but I'm only an average player. Any suitable servers in UK/Europe?

        Cheers

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          #19
          Originally posted by speed02345
          Play VCTF you'll get good in no time in every aspect of the game:up:
          Hahaha.

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            #20
            Meh, I'd be iffy on accepting 1 versus 1's for solid competition on all fronts. 1 versus 1 is really a game of its own that really revolves around power-ups as much as killing the other guy. As much skill and improvement extensive play can yield, enter a large public server with that same skill as base, for some CTF/AS/ONS or even DM/TDM and you'll likely be dominated. It's one thing to nail every combo in a zero- or one-opponent environment. Entering higher, you face various extra challenges including maintaining focus within hordes of opponents (and teammates alike especially if friendly fire is enabled), and actually shooting while you're being shot at. Getting nailed by even one or two shock rifle shots in quick succession can really mess up your aim AND movement, as you can't dodge at all or move very quickly while airborne. It doesn't matter if you're good at shooting if you're also good at being shot.

            As a result, I'd suggest it first to be imperative that you work on movement first and foremost. Practice perfecting your dodges, dodge-jumps, wall-dodge-jumps, and even shieldgun jumps under pressure in real-time environments. Try to find a balance between controlled coordination and simple spazzing that works best to keep your aim tight and your chances of getting shot at to a miminum. Perfect timing of movement and pass-over timing for hitscan weaponry. Find a compromise between aggression and conservation.

            It would do you a lot of good to try "practicing" in medium-sized matches. Avoid excessively large (18+ player) public servers and try to gather good players for 3-versus-3 (or a little more) TDM/CTF or even some 10-man and lower DM. From there, work your way higher and you'll likely see improvement.

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              #21
              Play tdm on servers with weaponstay off, it will FORCE you to get better at certain weapons such as the link gun when the more regularly used weapons are unavailable.

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                #22
                Upgrade your connection. I used to have 384k and now i have 1.5M. I can finally hit with the lightning gun :up:

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                  #23
                  Aswell as some of the good ideas above ...

                  get battered on a pub, then spectate the best players, just watch, you can pick loads up that way.

                  Also, your hitscan aim can be improved by playing a bit of IG.

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                    #24
                    Play at least 6 hours a day.
                    Start your own game, pratice movement and fine tune settings like mouse.
                    Research maps, weapons, all sort of things regarding the game.
                    Spec both the top score player and the lowest score one for at least 2 hours a day. Find out the reasons behine it.
                    Get the best machine, connection you can affort.

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