Train CT Setup

Train CT Setup

1) Single B Setup

Player 1 – This player holds Lower B, waits for the enemy to rush, and tries to defend the site. His main goal is to stop the bomb being planted long enough for the rest of his team to rotate and take control of the site. He needs to get the call off quick if he is rushed, so his team mates can rotate quickly. Best if he sits as far back on Lower so that he can still see the feet of the Ts as they cross.

Player 2 – Covers Mid from Connector, usually with an AWP.

Player 3 – Covers Ivy / Alley. Plays quite close so he can get information on whether they are pushing it.

Player 4 – Covers the Ladder room exit from the back steps near CT Spawn. From here can easily move to help either a Mid rush, Ivy rush, or Lower rush.

Player 5 – Plays on A Site, covering a Mid / Ladder rush. Can help out if Ivy is rushed. This position is the slowest to rotate to B, so I would recommend going up Ladder and trying to flank.

 

2) Double Trouble at B Setup

Player 1 – Holds Lower B from a good position.

Player 2 – Holds Upper B from a passive position.

Player 3 – Covers Mid from Connector, usually with an AWP.

Player 4 – Covers the Ladder room exit from the back steps near CT Spawn. From here can easily move to help either a Mid rush, Ivy rush, or Lower rush.

Player 5 – Covers Ivy / Alley. Plays quite close so he can get information on whether they are pushing it.

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