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should i care about KDR?
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#1
0 Frags +

i just got a 7:24 KDR in a snakewater lobby on tf2center and i feel awful. i got the lowest score in the entire game and i feel like a nuisance [i was pocket solly]. i always practice my aim with trainers and tr_walkway but something feels wrong. what should i do?

i just got a 7:24 KDR in a snakewater lobby on tf2center and i feel awful. i got the lowest score in the entire game and i feel like a nuisance [i was pocket solly]. i always practice my aim with trainers and tr_walkway but something feels wrong. what should i do?
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#2
22 Frags +

u must train brain as well as aim

u must train brain as well as aim
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#3
22 Frags +

i think that you should play the game rather than aim trainers, soldier comes down to game sense and position more than just raw aim

i think that you should play the game rather than aim trainers, soldier comes down to game sense and position more than just raw aim
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#4
3 Frags +

It's just a lobby bro.

It's just a lobby bro.
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#5
-6 Frags +

logs are irrelevant and not worth looking at, they're not a good measurement of your performance ingame and not something you can use to help improve - it'd help more to watch your demos in scrims/officials

logs are irrelevant and not worth looking at, they're not a good measurement of your performance ingame and not something you can use to help improve - it'd help more to watch your demos in scrims/officials
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#6
5 Frags +

It's how TF2 works.

You get destroyed until eventually you can destroy some people, while still being destroyed by increasingly few better people

It's how TF2 works.

You get destroyed until eventually you can destroy some people, while still being destroyed by increasingly few better people
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#7
23 Frags +

Your stats are a very, very rough representation of your performance. There are a lot of situations where the "correct" play and the play that is best for your stats are very different, the obvious example is running onto the point during overtime on KOTH, another example I like a lot is prefiring hiding spots as scout.

But its not like they mean nothing, if youre going 7:24 on pocket in a tf2center there's probably a bunch that can be improved, but you shouldn't look at it like "I need to improve, I went 7:24," but instead like "I need to improve, I often find myself caught out in post-ubers" (arbitrary example).

Also, it's just a lobby and sometimes games are outside of your control. Don't stress too much over individual games it's bad for your mental.

Your stats are a very, very rough representation of your performance. There are a lot of situations where the "correct" play and the play that is best for your stats are very different, the obvious example is running onto the point during overtime on KOTH, another example I like a lot is prefiring hiding spots as scout.

But its not like they mean [i]nothing[/i], if youre going 7:24 on pocket in a tf2center there's probably a bunch that can be improved, but you shouldn't look at it like "I need to improve, I went 7:24," but instead like "I need to improve, I often find myself caught out in post-ubers" (arbitrary example).

Also, it's just a lobby and sometimes games are outside of your control. Don't stress too much over individual games it's bad for your mental.
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#8
14 Frags +
SpamfestYour stats are a very, very rough representation of your performance. There are a lot of situations where the "correct" play and the play that is best for your stats are very different, the obvious example is running onto the point during overtime on KOTH, another example I like a lot is prefiring hiding spots as scout.

But its not like they mean nothing, if youre going 7:24 on pocket in a tf2center there's probably a bunch that can be improved, but you shouldn't look at it like "I need to improve, I went 7:24," but instead like "I need to improve, I often find myself caught out in post-ubers" (arbitrary example).

Also, it's just a lobby and sometimes games are outside of your control. Don't stress too much over individual games it's bad for your mental.

thanks bro. when i made this post i kinda needed some reassurance and this post is exactly what i needed. so when i say that, i mean it. thank you!!

[quote=Spamfest]Your stats are a very, very rough representation of your performance. There are a lot of situations where the "correct" play and the play that is best for your stats are very different, the obvious example is running onto the point during overtime on KOTH, another example I like a lot is prefiring hiding spots as scout.

But its not like they mean [i]nothing[/i], if youre going 7:24 on pocket in a tf2center there's probably a bunch that can be improved, but you shouldn't look at it like "I need to improve, I went 7:24," but instead like "I need to improve, I often find myself caught out in post-ubers" (arbitrary example).

Also, it's just a lobby and sometimes games are outside of your control. Don't stress too much over individual games it's bad for your mental.[/quote]

thanks bro. when i made this post i kinda needed some reassurance and this post is exactly what i needed. so when i say that, i mean it. thank you!!
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#9
1 Frags +

Stats don't matter. Only the dub.

Stats don't matter. Only the dub.
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#10
6 Frags +

how many airshots

how many airshots
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