Has anyone else had a dream where you do a really fast blind solve....?
No, However I have had dreams of my Blind memo.
After some of my dreams Hitler doesn't seem like that bad of a guy. (However in real life that is a different story.)

2. Originally Posted by Sahid Velji
It's really easy! Keep trying.
Oh wow, I think I know what was doing wrong now, thank you very much! Zane's tutorial was really good!

3. Originally Posted by Achifaifa
I've been trying to learn BLD for the last 2 weeks, and even if I understand how it works, I just can't do a single solve. There is something I'm doing very wrong and that is seriously pissing me off, but I don't know what is it :<

Now it's 4AM, I've been trying for the last 5 hours and feel utterly retarded.
I think another tip is testing your memo, and testing your execution. First, try memorizing the cube, and write your memo down. Now put the cube under the table, and solve according to your written memo. This will show if your memo is correct, and if your execution is correct.

4. Originally Posted by Riley
I think another tip is testing your memo, and testing your execution. First, try memorizing the cube, and write your memo down. Now put the cube under the table, and solve according to your written memo. This will show if your memo is correct, and if your execution is correct.
Very useful, thanks! I was having trouble with a stupid thing in the method, hopefully I will progress from now on

5. Originally Posted by 4.
Hello,
I have decided to try and use the two letter story memo system (dunno what it's called) so I would have to give each letter pair a name. Can you please post your lists? I'm curious to see how other people tackle this problem.
Letter pairs.

6. Originally Posted by 4.
Oh... thank you! Sorry for my noobness, I never got around to using the wiki.

EDIT: Why are there no Y's there? I would've thought that was one of the more common letters used because Yellow = Y
Usually people start lettering their edges and corners starting with "A", going all the way to "X" because for edges, 12*2= 24 letters, and for corners 8*3=24 letters. Meaning you will always end with X, you can make up your own for "Y" but it would just be easier to letter your pieces from A-X.

7. Originally Posted by 4.
Hmm... so using the system badmephisto teaches isn't a good idea? The yellow-green edge piece would be called "YG" and the white-orange one "WO"
You could try that way, I don't recommend it though. Try looking for more memory methods, don't take my advice literally, do some more research on the wiki and on the blindfold section of the forum and then find a nice method that suits you.

8. Originally Posted by 4.
Hello,
I have decided to try and use the two letter story memo system (dunno what it's called) so I would have to give each letter pair a name. Can you please post your lists? I'm curious to see how other people tackle this problem.
Try this: http://www.speedsolving.com/wiki/ind...n#Colour_Pairs

9. F2 U2 F2 U R2 D' F2 D L2 U2 B R2 U F' D U R' U' L2 F D'

try this scramble. one of the worst scrambles ever.

Spoiler:

4 edge cycles.
4 twisted corners.
Only two corners not permuted well, although.

10. F2 D L2 D' L2 F2 D L2 B2 R2 U2 F' L' R' D R F R2 U B2 L2

I found this scramble on qqtimer when doing OH. I did corners BLD easily, but I can't BLD fully yet, though I guess someone could get a good time on it.

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