Practice: Jumps – Part 4

It’s been a whole week a so new post is already here.

Today I will show you how you can practice jumps on maps.

All of them: easy, medium and hard. There also will be some shortcuts.

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Practice: Prefire – Part 2

My series continues, so in this part, you will learn about prefire maps made by YESBER.

For now, there are: Dust2, Cache, Inferno, Mirage, Cobblestone and Overpass.

Remaining two maps from Active Map Pool: Train and Nuke are being made.

Those maps are a great way to learn what spots you need to check and how to move your crosshair while doing it. You can also try some nades for certain positions.

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Text Color Mod

To those who didn’t hear about Text Color Mod, it’s simple but very useful modification of CS:GO translation file. This version has been made by great YouTuber – BananaGaming, check out his channel and give him sub, it’s worth it.

At first, you may ask, will I get a VAC for using it? No, this is 100% VAC safe.

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Ranking System Explained

Basically, there are tons of guides on ranks and many they were completely false, so I decided to make mine. I will not guarantee that this guide is 100% accurate because how a really rank system works is a secret, but I do truly believe that it is the most detailed/accurate guide on CS:GO ranks. In this guide, I point out why several common misconceptions on ranks are almost certainly false, such as the idea that kills affect rank.

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FPS Boost Config

If you want to get more FPS while playing CS:GO you are in right place.

It will show you a bunch of commands that can boost your FPS to the sky!

PART ONE – Launch Options

At first, you need to set CS:GO launch options. To do that you have to go to Steam Library, right click on CS:GO, choose Properties and click on SET LAUNCH OPTIONS.

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