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Hi, i am practicing 7k and 7k+, and i have some problems in improving my skills
1. Anyone recommend maps to train 7k double stairs?
2. How do you play 8k/7k+1? I use ring + middle + index fingers + thumbs for 8k and left foot for special note 7k+1.
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and what is your skill lvl ? for Stair maps i have some good 7k maps for it but they have like 4-5* oWo

i use CTRL Z X C Space J K L for 8k :)

Stairs:
https://osu.ppy.sh/b/1037919
https://osu.ppy.sh/b/674339

Single Stairs + LN (some LN stair) (slowish song)
https://osu.ppy.sh/b/566657

Short LN stair
https://osu.ppy.sh/b/1167178

LN stair HELL :)
https://osu.ppy.sh/b/1167178
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I have passed most 4.5* maps and some easy 6* maps such as Dreadnought, Maniera HT
How can you click Ctrl button? By left foot or left pinky?
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most pro korea player use left foot to press
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There are a LOT of maps that you can practice double stairs on that don't focus on that kind of pattern. Anything with bracket based patterns will be a big help. Anything with layered streams will help. Doorknob and Davteezy's BMS converts are FULL of maps that would help practice double stairs. The difficulty in playing double stairs is that they are a bracket based pattern.

Consider a double stair starting on the left and moving up: 13/24/35/46/57

The 13/24/35 has partial brackets in it. if you look at a simple bracket such as 13/2/13, you'll notice that you alternate between fingers. If you look at the 13/24/35 section, we see that the 3 and 2 alternate. We're missing the 1 from the simple bracket, but if you continue across the stair, you'll find that it basically moves the bracket over each time rather than repeating in the same place.

This means anything with brackets will help your fingers get used to the patterns in double stairs. You don't need to focus on maps with lots of double stairs unless you want to get an idea of how well you're actually improving at that specific pattern.
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Evening wrote:

most pro korea player use left foot to press
wha
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Evening wrote:

most pro korea player use left foot to press
LOL
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Bobbias wrote:

There are a LOT of maps that you can practice double stairs on that don't focus on that kind of pattern. Anything with bracket based patterns will be a big help. Anything with layered streams will help. Doorknob and Davteezy's BMS converts are FULL of maps that would help practice double stairs. The difficulty in playing double stairs is that they are a bracket based pattern.

Consider a double stair starting on the left and moving up: 13/24/35/46/57

The 13/24/35 has partial brackets in it. if you look at a simple bracket such as 13/2/13, you'll notice that you alternate between fingers. If you look at the 13/24/35 section, we see that the 3 and 2 alternate. We're missing the 1 from the simple bracket, but if you continue across the stair, you'll find that it basically moves the bracket over each time rather than repeating in the same place.

This means anything with brackets will help your fingers get used to the patterns in double stairs. You don't need to focus on maps with lots of double stairs unless you want to get an idea of how well you're actually improving at that specific pattern.
Thank you :D
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I play 8k/7k+1 with both thumbs. It's definitely better than using pinkies, at least for me.


What do you mean by left foot? WTF?
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gintoki147 wrote:

I play 8k/7k+1 with both thumbs. It's definitely better than using pinkies, at least for me.


What do you mean by left foot? WTF?
I use left foot like hi-hat cymbal
My pinkies are very weak so I use my foot :D
Do you know any 4k maps for practicing jump?
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i think tsuki yue is a good double stair practice map
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