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    When do we use short and different passes?

    Hello, when are short passes used? long or mixed? counterattack only in defensive play?

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    Quote Originally Posted by woody1897 View Post
    Hello, when are short passes used? long or mixed? counterattack only in defensive play?
    Mostly i use short, when the opponent is much stronger mixed or long even.

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    Short when you want to control possession and works better when you have amc.
    Long better with counter attacks or when you want to overcome crowded flat midfield like in 4-5-1 flat. Or when oppo plays with 3 cb than focusing down flanks with long passes could work well.
    Force counters can work both in defensive and normal mentalities.

    I suggest you to read some old guides in this forum about tactics. Could try this https://forum.topeleven.com/formatio...%A6-guide.html

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    its all code and probablity,

    counterattack - reduce possesion (more likely enemy will be attacking)
    But increase counterattack chance = (Mentality) * (Whatever the actual rate)

    All my numbers is not accurate but concept.
    Lets say Actual rate is every attack have 10% chance to counter attack
    Normal mentality is base = 1
    Attacking = 1.1
    defensive = 0.9

    So if your opponent is
    Normal 1 * 10% = 10% chance coutner attack
    Defensive 0.9 * 10% = 9% chance counter attack
    Attacking 1.1 * 10% = 11% chance counter attack

    Then maybe force counter attack is 1.5 multiplier.
    enemy attacking mentality 11%*1.5 = ~17% chance. compare to a normal 10%

    passes work the same also, like maybe pass success rate = 70%
    pass rate * type of pass * passing skill of the player itself = the success rate
    70% * short pass (1.1) * (1.1) = 84%

    all are examples , there is probably some other more detailed thread maybe.
    Last edited by zenturonxz; 08-01-2022 at 09:23 AM. Reason: adding details
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