Zeotor wrote:Here is a link to a good video by badmephisto - http://www.youtube.com/user/badmephisto#p/u/12/0Id44xvrvWo. While the video is specifically about learning the OLLs and PLLs (of the CFOP/Fridrich method), I think it has some good advice on learning algorithms.
Some things mentioned in the video:
The best way to learn an algorithm is to just do it repeatedly for a certain amount of time. You will want to practice it again several hours later.
Don't try to learn more than one or two a day.
Break down the algorithm into parts, and recognize that some sequences of turns reoccur in other algorithms.
(Note: I am not saying that badmephisto is the ultimate authority on cubing and to only follow his advice; I just think that a lot of his tips are helpful.)
One thing to know is that when you learn an algorithm, it needs to be learned by muscle memory. Knowing what moves to do is good, but being able to do it without having to think much can help you look ahead to the next step. Also, I think that it is important to be able to know which algorithm goes with which case. When you see a certain pattern, you should quickly know which algorithm to use.
Hope this helps!
Frank64 wrote:Take it easy, i'm also want to get faster because my ouzzle is totally hard to make, i'm gonna ask a friend ( he is very good in this Rubik's Cube's ) to make it.
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