Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by hallryu, May 14, 2012.
I got bored because it seemed like I ended up in dust every other match.
I dont mind dust coz its the only map i know and dont get completely owned
Also find it amusing to listen to Russians chatting utter crap and they are also so damn good!
It's not that hard, you can master the recoil in a week, but i'm not gonna stick that much time in this game.
Just adding some video's I got of cs go
I understand what you guys are saying
When I first played Cs Go when it was new I quit the game, I didn't get it and hated it. A year later I returned to the game and it took me a lil while to understand the game, but now id say im above average.
It looks like im just holding fire in the video, but im actually making small changes to control the spray.
It's still a love / hate relationship with cs go.
Many Russians who or either rude or they have a high ping making it hard to hit them, many cheaters cause the game is so cheap.
But I've played over 1100 hours and made allot of moneys of it, so i keep on playing it.
Cod is indeed allot easier, so is Battlefield but atleast the game is different from the other shooters with its recoil and all.
You know you can pick with maps to play in competitive mode, plus with the new operations every time its now groups of maps so, you can play totally new maps only and so on.
This was a Operation map.
Also a Operation Map
The last one I got is an Ace on Inferno.
All the video's are on Competitive mode. (competitive is 5vs5 serious gameplay, casual is more players and less serious)
this game if u dont shoot well and know how to manage ur shooting, u get owned quickly, u always have to shoot well.
Especially here in Dubai! Either Dust, Dust 2, Aztek or Mansion. Why???
That doesn't make any sense, there's different "groups" of maps that make it easy not to get into Dust 2
I go this operation breakout weapon case tonight. It needs a key, do they drop or do i need to buy it?
Have to buy keys.
Don't do it! just sell it, unless you want to spend a bunch of money on the game for some reason....
I've never spend my own money on the game, i sold free items ive had as drops and ive always invested those so I could open cases make money and also buy items cheap and sell them later for a very high profit.
Made hundreds of Cs Go and used that to pay for plenty of games and so on.
So if you do it right you make money, you don't spend your own.
I wouldn't even sell the breakout case it's so worthless value wise, wouldn't sell anything under 30c just let it sit in your inventory and perhaps in a year that case will be worth more
I'd say don't spend money on a key doh, if you like a skin and its the same price as a key you are better of just buying the skin.
The idea offcourse of opening those cases is much like a scratching ticket you hope to get lucky, but you hardly ever do.
oh so i can spend my steam credit on keys? I always sell those cards you get for playing games so managed to save up
Yea case is only 0.03p at the moment, its not worth selling it.
Yeah you can use the moneys from your steam wallet, but id still it's not really worth opening cases.
Thats the temptation of finding that rare skin and selling it Dont care for skins myself tbh.
Just remember there is a wait period before you can put a skin on the steam marketplace.
If you get a drop in game then you can dump it right away. If you unlock a case you have to wait a week or two I believe.
I never knew anything was worth money until one of my friends sold something. Turns out I was able to sell about $60 worth of stuff and bought GTA V with the money.
I never opened a case because I thought it was kind of dumb, but I tried it a few days ago....just a bunch of junk. Not going to do it again.
If you sell too many items you will get a 1099-MISC from Valve to file with your tax return (if you are in the states).
Kinda useless information. Do they require some information if you exceed over 200? yes, but it's not submitted to the IRS UNLESS you sell over 200 items AND it be for a value over $20,000. So no one really has anything to worry about with selling items on steam, if they are somehow selling items and making $20,000 in a year, then sure they might have to worry about the IRS taxing it and etc., but really, if you made over $20,000 on steam......lol?
From Valves website:
"Will you be providing 1099’s based on my transactions in the Community Market?
The United States Internal Revenue Service requires us to report gross sales for, and provide IRS Form 1099’s to, only those subscribers who are U.S. citizens or residents and who exceed 200 sales transactions in a calendar year and also exceed $20,000 in gross sales proceeds from those sales transactions in that same calendar year, from all of the subscriber's accounts. If you are a U.S. citizen or resident and exceed both of these thresholds, we will report the amount of gross sales to the IRS and provide you with Form 1099."
Just throwing it out there.
The government taxes everything. You won't always receive a 1099. Income from prizes, work-trades, gambling, and side jobs is almost always reportable to the IRS. Casinos don't collect your SSN or EIN to notify the IRS, it is your responsibility.
If someone did actually make several thousand dollars and didn't report it and was audited they would owe taxes on the money.
Would be difficult to show on an audit, but I thought it was interesting when I heard about it.
There is no wait period if you sell a skin on the market but if you trade there is a 7 day wait.
I was saying that I purchased a key and opened a crate, it then told me I could sell the item on x date on the marketplace.
Yeah you obviously haven't been online in CS Go since 2015.