you learned over 150 algorithms?! $^$%^$!!! IMPOSSIBLE NOT EVEN SPEEDCUBERS CAN LEARN THAT MUCH THEY STOP AT 70%.
I think F2L is my strength, my F2L is about 7 seconds.
predict which pieces go where and where.
[quote user='sagrsccr']Just practice...it just takes work......however rubixcuber...you mean to tell me...that you can solve the cross in 3 seconds on average and then solve each F2L pair in 1 second each? if you can do that you should be atleast 17 seconds average lol...that gives you 5 seconds for the OLL and 5 for the PLL...could you show me a video where you have a 7 sec F2L? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMtOXH7443c in that vid ur F2L was atleast 15 seconds lol...and that vid was 2 months ago. http://www.youtube.com/user/ILCAC3#p/a/u/2/35oZiNJWrCo 14 secs in this video...i'm not trying to bash you...but a 7 sec F2L takes work...and i doubt that you've achieved that yet. Anyway..back to the main topic...practice is the main factor...On a good day I can average anywhere from 16-17.5 secs..i'm below 20 always. Just practice and the rest will follow.[/quote]
Maybe i counted too fast...? I never did it with a timer.
Cross 3 seconds...
F2L 8.70 seconds...
Lets time my OLL + PLL
Cross + F2L + (OLL + PLL) = 20.7 seconds.
My average is 22. That's around my time...
It was just that time when I was counting it was that fast... it's still similiar, 1~2 seconds difference.
around 100 algorithms... isn't that how many OLL PLL algs there are?
I saw it on cutex.info once... or maybe im just confused with ZB?
hehehe. i make mistakes guys plz dont bash me to death!!!!! Cubing got confusing now :O
Dear fellow cubing superior...
I 'probably' have made a mistake but in the video my cube popped and one can get much faster in 2 months time... imagine erik akkersdijk and he got world record in less than 2 years of cubing...
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