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Some decent Frags, had some nice shots that looked legit enough. However with that being said in most situations you didn't really look like a good player. :( Please don't take this the wrong way. I only want to help you avoid Suspicion on Over Watch reviews. You need to jiggle peek more gain info, "POPFLASH" Correctly not just throw a usless "Lucky" Flash. Maybe use some dumb one way smokes. Your peeks need to be tight and you need to be isolation 1v1 not wide swinging on 2 people with an over peek, and HS both back to back. This just isn't how a good player plays. Every one has their own playstyle that is unique to them. However with that said, most good players also use similar playstyles to each other. There is a wrong and a right way to play CS on contrary to popular belief.
You need to play like you are at a high level in order for people to assume your aim is at that high of a level too.

If I were to be watching this in Over Watch even if i cant really see Aim assist, I would assume so, and ironically enough even though its also quite hypocritical of me, I do a lot of OW cases and When i finish one I have another right after, I don't have to wait, I get EXP every day for people I convict. So in most cases my judgment is right.

I would analyze Crosshair placement and movement first, This isn't just having your crosshair head level, sure that's part of it, but that only applies for reaction aiming.
Meaning when you have to flick left or right, if your crosshair is already head level its an easy kill if not you miss the head in a spray or one tap.

Crosshair placement is also looking through walls at common line ups, this is why i don't recommend walls. Sub consciously we are trying not to look at people through walls, we think it looks sus, but if they are at a commons line up, like Car on long then its fine, but we cant possibly feel confident this is where they are using walls/esp. There fore most people try to peek and force them self to then react and flick onto the target. This is because of what i explained above. So just don't use it, or have it on a bind use it slightly for info only.

It looks far better if you are not walling all the time and you line people up, it makes you look like a better player with good crosshair placement not only when you are hold angles but when you peek too. This will also make your aim look more legit, as you wont be flicking all the time with snappy HS. I have cheated on this account for the last 2 years and not been ban, I have been ban before for walling on other accounts but that was my fault for pre-firing a guy behind a wall, simply because i though he was somewhere i was lining up.

I cant tell if you were walling here as these seem to only be highlights, but There is more to hiding esp/walls then not aiming on people through them and i wont get into it here but trust when i say walls are the deal break in 99% of closet cheating OW cases. Not aimbot.
 

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Some decent Frags, had some nice shots that looked legit enough. However with that being said in most situations you didn't really look like a good player. :( Please don't take this the wrong way. I only want to help you avoid Suspicion on Over Watch reviews. You need to jiggle peek more gain info, "POPFLASH" Correctly not just throw a usless "Lucky" Flash. Maybe use some dumb one way smokes. Your peeks need to be tight and you need to be isolation 1v1 not wide swinging on 2 people with an over peek, and HS both back to back. This just isn't how a good player plays. Every one has their own playstyle that is unique to them. However with that said, most good players also use similar playstyles to each other. There is a wrong and a right way to play CS on contrary to popular belief.
You need to play like you are at a high level in order for people to assume your aim is at that high of a level too.

If I were to be watching this in Over Watch even if i cant really see Aim assist, I would assume so, and ironically enough even though its also quite hypocritical of me, I do a lot of OW cases and When i finish one I have another right after, I don't have to wait, I get EXP every day for people I convict. So in most cases my judgment is right.

I would analyze Crosshair placement and movement first, This isn't just having your crosshair head level, sure that's part of it, but that only applies for reaction aiming.
Meaning when you have to flick left or right, if your crosshair is already head level its an easy kill if not you miss the head in a spray or one tap.

Crosshair placement is also looking through walls at common line ups, this is why i don't recommend walls. Sub consciously we are trying not to look at people through walls, we think it looks sus, but if they are at a commons line up, like Car on long then its fine, but we cant possibly feel confident this is where they are using walls/esp. There fore most people try to peek and force them self to then react and flick onto the target. This is because of what i explained above. So just don't use it, or have it on a bind use it slightly for info only.

It looks far better if you are not walling all the time and you line people up, it makes you look like a better player with good crosshair placement not only when you are hold angles but when you peek too. This will also make your aim look more legit, as you wont be flicking all the time with snappy HS. I have cheated on this account for the last 2 years and not been ban, I have been ban before for walling on other accounts but that was my fault for pre-firing a guy behind a wall, simply because i though he was somewhere i was lining up.

I cant tell if you were walling here as these seem to only be highlights, but There is more to hiding esp/walls then not aiming on people through them and i wont get into it here but trust when i say walls are the deal break in 99% of closet cheating OW cases. Not aimbot.
Thank you for the feedback man. I only used aimbot I can't use walls because I get to scared to check a corner that I always check and not checking because I know someone is there. My playstyle here yea I'm more loosely playing around because they are silver an know that they will miss, I'm more confident in peeking very wide and not caring of what is going to happen. And yea my way of peeking is really sus I'm not going to lie I will practice that as much as I can. I got a new keyboard and I'm still adjusting to it I'm a little bit crippled so it going to take time [paralysis]. I used to practice movement maps so I'm going to give that a go. Again thank very much for this in depth advice man thank you.
 
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Thank you for the feedback man. I only used aimbot I can't use walls because I get to scared to check a corner that I always check and not checking because I know someone is there. My playstyle here yea I'm more loosely playing around because they are silver an know that they will miss, I'm more confident in peeking very wide and not caring of what is going to happen. And yea my way of peeking is really sus I'm not going to lie I will practice that as much as I can. I got a new keyboard and I'm still adjusting to it I'm a little bit crippled so it going to take time [paralysis]. I used to practice movement maps so I'm going to give that a go. Again thank very much for this in depth advice man thank you.
I use ESP my self from time to time but its on a Key bind, I would not recommend full walls 24/7 for reasons like you stated. But Pressing E from time to time has reminded me to check commons spots or has given me enough info, to rotate or wait it out.
 
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