Posted 26 May 2012 - 12:30 AM
I have been playing dota now for over 3 years and dota II for over 6 months and have been watching pro replays/live streams for about 3 years also.
I really want to improve my skill lvl somehow
I most of the time play pub games with my friends(not very high skill friends), we do ward and smoke gang and thinks like that but i really feel that from only this +watching top players play you kind of cap out on your skill gaining.
Any suggestions on what to do ?
And if anyone plays lots of decent to high lvl CM games (Europe or US East) and sometimes needs a stand in i would really love to play with you if you don't mind giving me a try. (just pm me your steam ids)
I do not want a team or semi-pro team, i would just like to have somehow accses to a bit more higher lvl games then the random pub games, to continue improving.
And if anyone has any other suggesions on how to keep improving please let me know.
Posted 26 May 2012 - 01:04 AM
Posted 26 May 2012 - 09:41 AM
Where can i find those matches?
And i was actualy thinking about adding a few of you guys that actualy play lots of CM games and so....
My steam id: crownadi, if you are above average and u play good lvl matches, add me. Thanks
Posted 26 May 2012 - 10:34 AM
And You can not compare public games(with -AP, -SD,- RD etc.) and real Dota games(with -CM, -CD modes). If you are good in public, that doesnt mean you are good in IH games, and vice versa.
Posted 27 May 2012 - 01:33 AM
Posted 28 May 2012 - 06:55 AM
but the real thing is Join a Tournament, and Grab a Victory...
it will change your prespective to the Game....
right now, what you seek is "the divine move"..
a Flawless victory which doesnt exist...
no matter how good you at juking, farm, and Gank. if you lose it will be nothing.
when you join a tournament, you will do everything to WIN.
somehow, you will see something different, and find a things or two that you've never imagined it.
look at Puppey, ArtStyle, 2009, or others chinese top teams, their Draft, their playstyle, is nothing but for Victory.
sometimes its boring, sometimes its surprising.
Posted 28 May 2012 - 07:32 AM
First develop individual skills, hard? You just need to practice.
Form a team and apply these skills in a 5v5 situation.
Find a 5-man party and play with them.
Fabricate your teams coordination.
After all, unknown teams that has no "legendary" players do well with good team coordination.
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