Any advice for a (somewhat) new csgo player?

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I've had the game for about a month, playing casual with the potential of doing good in a match but when I played competitive I couldn't kill anyone in fact the first competitive match I had was filled with golds on the other side. (I dont have a rank)  :pissed_off: Then to silver 3's and no one in the same position as me. Does anyone have any advice?
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Practice against bots mostly, and get to know the maps. A lot will come with time and practice. In the meanwhile, find your i deal keyboard and mouse settings (sensitivity, key bindings) and get a decent crosshair from the steam workshop to perfect your aim, and you are set!
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Practice against bots mostly, and get to know the maps. A lot will come with time and practice. In the meanwhile, find your i deal keyboard and mouse settings (sensitivity, key bindings) and get a decent crosshair from the steam workshop to perfect your aim, and you are set!

Ah thank you, this will help me lots. ^^
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