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Discussion in 'Tactics and Technique' started by ConnorA1, Feb 8, 2009.
sounds like some good advice there tommy, im gona keep that in mind myself
Whenever your shooting a lane dont look at the lane all the time keep your eye cross field every 2-3 seconds. And as a general rule try to have a look crossfield whenever your bumping/just bumped..because when your bumping you might be able to see someone who you hasnt realized was there.
Your head isn't linked to your marker in any way shape or form so you don't have to play like your a counter strike player or in a first person shooter.
It's generally accepted that a reduction of heroin intake will result in an increase in peripheral vision.
Lol, no seriously though IMO the best advice is that already offered, you don't need to move your gun when you look around, always keep an eye on both sides of the field and the center.
What I used to do, takes a bit of practice but is useful when learned, try and make a mental picture of the field from above from walking it, then take a note of which opposing player is at which bunker, then you don't even have to look for the players quickly pop out and check a bunker and if hes not there he's moved..
That was a really shaky explination lol.. its kinda hard to explain.. Do you sort of get what I mean?
Not shaky at all, Gold. Walking the site before playing it is about the best pre-game planning any player can, and should, do, if possible. Adding players during the game can lead to information over-load but, keep at it, and it will pay off.
don't just look down the lane youre shooting repeatedly look across the field and at the situations around you (while holding your lane still) and keep comms up aswell
@_Adam_Budd_ this thread is 5 years old mate. I know you want into the classifieds, but this isn't the way to do it bro...