Topic i played for like 3 months and still bronze?
TCPMathmick #341 TCPMathmick
Bronze is considered the hardest league to promote from. Most people that promote out usually find themselves promoting to Gold in less than a month from what I've heard. Many stories from people report up to 6 months in Bronze before reaching Silver, and then maybe another week to a month before they promote again.
When you get good enough, you will promote.
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In time, young one.
look @ your stats...
Since you're winning 50% of your games, everything is working as intended. If you were to be promoted your average win rate would plummet as you'd be matched with opponents that are much better than you.
If you want to get out of bronze so badly ask someone for help. Right now you're not teaching yourself anything new and most probably making the same mistakes time and time again.
Hey man i offer coaching but this isn't a post to plug my wares. Instead I suggest you watch pro casts and replays. I learnt alot from watching youtube casts and especially listen to Artosis cast GSL. Also livestreams especially coaching ones are really great for learning so here comes the shameless plug:
I stream every coaching lesson i do so a few hours a day I'll be streaming that with players from bronze through to GM (my top student is top 20 gm). Also as i upgrade my PC in the coming week there will be my korean ladder adventures where you get to see me against a few of the GSL players and a whole buttload of cheesers :P
Back to your problem:
*Watch your replays.
*Criticise your macro and make it perfect
*Play fast, Just come up with a macro-cycle like always do:
1) inject, inject,
3) build overlords
4) spread creep
This way you always know what to do next and don';t waste time thinking 'what next?'