As the famous snake player Gok Wan says, it really is all about the confidence...well, some of it anyway. Having awesome kit is important (Eclipse kit of course), honing your fundamental skills is important and being in decent physical shape is also important to be a useful tool on the tournament ball scene. But all this is pretty useless if you don't have the balls or vision to dish it out. But how can you learn confidence, simple answer you can't, but it does come with experience and not just on the field experience. Heres a few observations, tips and whatever that may help you get a little more ballsy. 1: Watch loads of videos and be inspired by your idols. What they do works so eventually it will for you too so don't doubt the ideas in your head. 2: Be around better players. They've been there, done it and know from experience what works. Run plays by them, they might just give you some great advice. 3: Not a confident person in real life? Be a wrestler!! On the field you have a mask on so you can be who you want to be. I'm aggressive, very shouty and try my best to cause all kinds of **** but off the field I'm pretty much the nicest guy you'll ever meet. Honest. 4: Don't think. Seriously, you already know what you 'want' to do so react to the game, work it to 'make' the opportunity then take it. 5: Don't let problems get in your way. Example, we struggled with our guns smashing paint and barrel breaks because of the cold, so after a loader we couldn't really hit anything. It didn't bother us one bit because you adjust, act faster and get closer. Can't hit from distance? Bunker em!! You'll die doing it but better to be active and take some kills than waiting to be shot out of your bunker. 6: Compete. Smack talk. Buddy up and push each other to be better than each other. It works. Compare notes, give each other feedback and pat each other on the back when you own. 7: Look good. Simple fact: if you look good, have a great playing style an feel like a pro, chances are you'll wanna do damage and find it more natural to do moves and learn. 8: Finally, pass any knowledge on. Believe it or not, keeping your tricks close to your chest is t always an advantage. Share it, you'll feel wiser and more respected which in turn helps you fuel your baller persona. There's loads more but let's be honest who wants to hear me yap on about ****? Hope it helps.