Jacob is analyzing his own play in a demo where he plays for the world-famous team Astralis against Ninjas In Pyjamas. They are playing on De_Train, and Jacob is showcasing how you can analyze your own playstyle. It’s a great way of looking at your own demos and reviewing the mistakes you did, and pointing out how you could have played the situation differently. Jacob shows how different scenarios can be played out, and it’s something that he recommends you start doing. Record some of the games you play and afterwards sit down and re-watch them. Jacob points out that it’s really all about increasing your odds and putting yourself into the best possible position. Sometimes even that won’t make you win the round, but you should be satisfied with how you played. Think about ways where you can put yourself into the best possible situation, under select circumstances.
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Meet your instructor: Jacob “Pimp” Winneche, professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player, former team member of SK-Gaming, Team Liquid, Reason Gaming. Jacob is currently playing as a professional streamer for Team Dignitas and expert analyst at some of the biggest Counter-Strike events in the world.
6. Run-Trough: De_Mirage
Grenades are some of the most underrated items in CSGO for many new players. Knowing where, when and how to use the various grenades is essential to becoming a better Counter-Strike player. Jacob explains everything there is to know about grenades and how to effectively use them.
7. How To Join A Pro Team
Making one step further from being a semi-professional to a professional CSGO player is super difficult and hard. Jacob shares some of his advice and tips that will help you achieve this. This episode covers the essentials on how you can grind your way into a professional team.
9. Play Like Astralis
Watching demos of yourself playing is an important tool you can utilize to learn from your mistakes. In this episode, Jacob shows you a demo of himself playing for the world-famous team Astralis. He talks about how to be self-critical so you can improve your game.