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Quality over quantity when it comes to practice. Half an hour to two hours a day is all you need. Practice smart practice efficient and have fun. Analyze your weaknesses and strengthen them. A chain is only as strong as its weakest link.
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If you have a strong chain with a link link, once the link breaks you're left with a strong chain.
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Play smart more
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Kheldragar wrote:

Sichurin wrote:

Soo lets analyze your plays:

You have some good plays, but:

If map is much faster aka bpm>170 then you begin too screw up bigtime -> Most B Ranks
Ar9 or so is not the biggest prob you have ( u even have a ar 9.8 map)
If Insane-Level ( 4-4.5) u really losing aim and acc so i think its because of doubles/triples/streams

I can´t watch your plays but i think a good way to solve your prob is:

you have to practise more on those upper named Insane-only techniques.
You need to improve on your tapping speed ( 180 bpm tapping 160 streamspeed is enough for most insanes at your level)

After that you can work on your acc. First you´ll need the basics and then you can refine them but the most important aspect and advice i can give you:

Have freaking fun!
Analyse me too >.<
Okay well...

Watch out. Your account infos says you are 100 years old...so good news: Rsi is no problem for you...bad news: Every choke of you is a 30% chance of dying because of heartinsufficients ;)
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The answer is simple

Do you enjoy playing even still or do you get frustrated over the fact that you can't seem to improve anymore?
When I realized I reached my physical limits i stopped playing actively and never since got a mention-worthy score anymore, because I just didn't have any fun anymore.
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If you arent having fun at all and are playing just to improve quit this very moment.
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Yeah you have to enjoy the game, play what you are able to. If you're tired, stop play and if you feel like playing just play
It's really hard to believe you have 50k pc and didn't improve in the past mounths since i improved so freaking much in just 20k plays
You may have forced yourself too much, that's just a game and i don't think you thought about this like that. It also happens to me sometimes but i just get bad and can't play properly when i'm mad cause of miss, sliderb or anything else (pretending to fc things that are just too hard for me at the moment, etc..). You need to think positive and don't run, many pro players played for many years so you probably don't have a correct perception of the time you need for improve the much you want to.
It also depends from player to player since somehow improving at osu! is something physical
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HK_ wrote:

If you arent having fun at all and are playing just to improve quit this very moment.
This. Also, the fact that you are believing that there is this so-called "wall" is restricting you. That term is so overused. No one hits a wall, and if you think you have, then the only wall you've hit is your lack of positive mindset.
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If you're having fun playing, yes it's worth it. It is just a game after all. You've been at this "wall" for less than 2 weeks. I hit a "wall" almost 2 months ago, still stuck, still playing. lol
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Just play when you feel like doing it, NEVER GIVE UP
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osu! is a game. You can't keep stressing about it, you're supposed to have fun.
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Why play offline if noone can really help you not seeing how much and what you play? Start playing online and come back in a month.
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DahplA wrote:

HK_ wrote:

If you arent having fun at all and are playing just to improve quit this very moment.
This. Also, the fact that you are believing that there is this so-called "wall" is restricting you. That term is so overused. No one hits a wall, and if you think you have, then the only wall you've hit is your lack of positive mindset.
Where's my wall? Yeah, it doesn't exist either. Why quit if improving feels soooo goooood.
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Kheldragar wrote:

Where's my wall? Yeah, it doesn't exist either. Why quit if improving feels soooo goooood.
Because clicking circles is hard.
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I believe a career in mapping or tech support is also a justifiable choice ;P
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