My Winning Counter-strike Strategy: a Two-pronged Attack of Both Tai-chi and Mouse Sensitivity
Allow me to elaborate.
1. Of Hostages and Breathing
Legs apart, stretch, that’s it. Exhale with each movement … yesss, yes… I learned this on the Internet. Exhale when you fire your glock. Reloading? Inhale. Breathe in … snipe … breathe out. Tap the hostage. Soothing, calming, clicking of the use key … that’s right. Breathe in, run backwards firing the AK. Breathe out. Focus, focus.
2. Of Mouse Sensitivity and the Yang Style
The Chinese characters for Tai Chi Chuan can be translated as the “Supreme Ultimate Force.” It is the AWP of the martial arts. The secret to Tai Chi is the flow. Each of the many forms are accomplished slowly, softly and gracefully with smooth and even transitions. The best way to do this is with a mouse sensitivity of 16.
3. Grasping the Sparrow’s Tail: Disarming the Bomb in Harmony
The unplanted bomb is far more beautiful than that which has been armed. Hear the beeping, clense, clense. Breathe deeply. The wise man carries tools. With them, draw back the bow to shoot the tiger, but make sure your teammates cover your back with the precision of the jade lady who works the shuttles.
During the loading screens between maps, clap your hands and rub them together like Mr. Miagi does in Karate Kid. Oh … that’s not Tai Chi or anything, I just think it’s cool.
I tried to learn the Tai Chi sabre style, but I poked a hole in my drywall.
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