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This video explains a 5 things you should master, that will help your game play. I have also added my opinion on each to whether I believe them to be a must or not.
1.) Low 50/50s
MUST - There are so many times when an opportunity for a 50/50 arises. Being prepared (i.e. training, play time, placement, etc.) is essential to winning a 50/50. I believe they are a must because they can happen not only in the opposing net or mid field, but also near your net.
2.) Weird off-the-wall shot
SITUATIONAL - While it is good to be able to get a goal from a shot off-the-wall, I do not believe it is necessary to be successful in your games.
3.) Holding Drift
SITUATIONAL - While this will definitely make you faster in your gameplay and recovery, I do not believe it is necessary to be successful in your games.
4.) Half flipping
MUST - There are many situations in which a correctly performed half flip could prevent a goal and/or put you in position to score. Half flipping will also make your gameplay faster and smoother, allowing for improvement in your gameplay.
5.) Air rolling
MUST - I strongly believe that air rolling is essential to every aspect of Rocket League. There are times that it may not be necessary, but on more occasions that I can count - it has been crucial to scoring or saving a goal.
Let talk about it guys!
- Ez
 
I've sent this in the general chat when I was new here, but it won't hurt putting it here
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When you wanna dedicate some time, this is definitely worth a watch, especially tutorial 2 and 3 - Daveed
 
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Some nice information in here for anyone interested - SpectreBugg
 
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Couple of things I'd like to highlight.
Playing 1's - He's spot on with one's. I absolutely hate playing one's, but it is by far the most challenging way to play, and obviously requires the most individual skill.
Only playing ranked - Seriously, it's the best way to go. Consistent competitive matches are far more productive than playing casual.
Improving mentally - This is something i tell people all the time. Angry, frustrated gaming is bad gaming.
Custom training - Great for working on accuracy and timing. One of the biggest struggles for people is that they are mastering the wrong mechanics. If you can half flip, flip reset, freestyle, etc.. but you're missing the ball or your shots aren't consistently on target, then this is something you really need to work on.
Watching your own replays - Overlooked option in the game that can really help you a lot. It's much easier to identify your mistakes after the fact, where as most people tend to try to place blame somewhere else in the moment.
- SpectreBugg
 
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- Randwot
 
Downloaded this the other day and WOW has it made a difference. If you have not already done this or heard of it check it out if you have any interest in getting better at Rocket League.
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- Dezi
 
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- Random
 
Do you know this website? It's awesome and super interesting
https://ballchasing.com/
- Daveed
 
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Nice example of professional level communication
- SpectreBugg

 

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