that may be what you see recreationally, but that is not what high end tournaments are. most are the exact opposite, too fast. lane someone off the break, and then run down the field shooting.
locally, yeah ROF typically changes the movement game. most new players learn to live behind the gun, and are enamored with shooting fast. as that fades more players learn to move smarter. movement for the sake of it, is still ridiculous. learning to read a field and move smart is totally different, something that comes from experience. these new players that love ROF are typically junk and are easily eliminated, so i don't worry about them much.
newbies playing pump tend to lead to lots of motion, because its easier. but playing pump tournaments tends to slow it back down, as the shooting skill increases, the movement decreases.
TLDR: has to do with the firepower and experience of the group you are playing with.
Last edited by cockerpunk; 02-17-2014 at 04:02 PM.
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