Advanced Solve Guide?

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Advanced Solve Guide?

Postby joecapps1127 » Mon Jun 04, 2012 7:58 pm

So I've been able to solve a 3x3x3 in about 1:00-1:20 for a few years, but after getting into cubing again, I really want to speed my time up. I'm working my way through F2L, just learning it intuitively and not through specific algorithms. Is there any specific way that speedcubers learn F2L, OLL, and PLL? For the most part, it's just memorizing algorithms, right? Is there an order you should learn the algorithms in? Basically, are there any advanced speedcubing guides that help guide you through F2L, OLL, and PLL?

I'm new here, so any help is appreciated!
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Re: Advanced Solve Guide?

Postby Sharkretriver » Tue Jun 05, 2012 7:01 pm

F2L can reduce your time all the way to 20 seconds if you go insane on learning it. F2l algorithms are the easiest to learn (You don't need to learn all 41 but learn some shortcuts)
OLL uses the most algorithms. What cubers do is usually learn "2-look OLL", and then learn "1-look OLL".
Pll, same thing. Learn "2-look" first then "1-look".

The order you should learn them in is as follows:
2-look PLL/2-look OLL if you learn one you MUST learn the other.
1-look PLL
1-look OLL
Extra things such as: algorithmic F2L, COLL, ZBLL, ELL/CLL, VHF2L and so on and so forth.

Good luck!
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