F2l does take your time down as promised!
You need to get used to it, be able to recognise it easily and perform fingertricks with a lubed cube!
I PROMISE ALL WHO PRACTISE THIS TECHNIQUE WILL BE UNDER 1 MIN BY TWO MONTHS!!! MAXIMUM
Does that only apply to those that memorize F2L algorithms, or do you see the same results for those that intuitively solve too?
Thanks to many folks here, I've finally found enough resourses to start working with F2L... So far things are slow going, but with practice I can see where this method could be faster.
I am running into some troubles efficiently solving the cross quickly, though, since I'm used to solving corners first. Does anyone have any tips for speeding up that process?
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