# Thread: How to solve a Rubik's Cube BLD + Progression

1. And to think I just got my first success yesterday. Nice tutorial though.

2. Good, but too many algorithms :/

3. Originally Posted by Reinier Schippers
Edges are easy but the corners are quite hard for me.
You could test your corner skills with a 2x2x2

4. Wow, very nice. Thanks for this.

5. Zane, PLEASE make an M2 tutorial!

6. Thanks for the comments everyone.
Originally Posted by Owen
Good, but too many algorithms :/
If you don't mind the setup moves being longer, you can use T-perm to solve all the edges.
Also, the progression video shows you how to solve parity without R-perm. That's just T-perm and Y-perm.

If you wanted to be really lazy, you could switch the corner buffer to UBR and solve everything with T-perm. :P
Originally Posted by Penguino138
Zane, PLEASE make an M2 tutorial!
I was planning on making one. If I do make an M2 tutorial, it'll be made under the assumption that Classic Pochmann is already known. That way, I don't have to repeat basic concepts/terminology that is already covered in this tutorial.

7. If you made a M2 tutorial It would be much appreciated!

8. Well Zane, I m not sure if you remember helping me with BLD earlier this month, but really a big thankyou to you. You are a great help, and the best motivation for BLD anyone can have. I dint even see the video yet (seeing it now), just saw this thread, read the comments, felt motivated, did BLD 3-4 hours last night , and got a PB of 3.14.xx (earlier one wasnt even sub5) with old pochmann. I m sure watching the video will make me much better You are awesome!

9. I'm new to BLD cubing and so I'M GONNA LEARN MY ASS OFF D

10. Looking forward to this! Pen/paper will be in hand tomorrow morning! Thanks in advance.

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