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    I will get on to learning some of these. will there ever be a full set of 57 winter variations (f2ll) not just the dot and cross cases?
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    Nice work Rowe! I also had the idea of such thing like RLS when I learned a few WV-cases. I look forward to learn some RLS-cases when I'm done with normal WV.
    btw: here.. http://rowe.cubing.net/rls/wv.php shouldn't the first algorithm be U L' U2.. instead of U' L' U2..?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pady View Post
    Nice work Rowe! I also had the idea of such thing like RLS when I learned a few WV-cases. I look forward to learn some RLS-cases when I'm done with normal WV.
    btw: here.. http://rowe.cubing.net/rls/wv.php shouldn't the first algorithm be U L' U2.. instead of U' L' U2..?
    no its correct i think you're referring to the alg if it was (U) L' U2 R U R' U2 L. My alg on the site is different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rowehessler View Post
    no its correct i think you're referring to the alg if it was (U) L' U2 R U R' U2 L. My alg on the site is different.
    Yep, you're right. I didn't notice you're using an other alg...
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    This is a lot of algorithms (I will still learn WV), so is it better to learn this or a couple of sets of zbll (or ollcp)? While I am asking, is zbll more useful or ollcp or just depends on the person?
    3x3 1/5/12/50/100-7.94, 9.70, 10.78, 11.48, 11.74/ 3x3 OH 1/5/12- 9.95, 15.92, 17.16/ 4x4 33.11!!!/ 5x5 1:14/ 6x6 2:36/ 7x7 4:19/sq1- 18/mega 1:13

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    found this on youtube. what was the time?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sa11297 View Post
    This is a lot of algorithms (I will still learn WV), so is it better to learn this or a couple of sets of zbll (or ollcp)? While I am asking, is zbll more useful or ollcp or just depends on the person?
    I think recognition is better for RLS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rowehessler View Post
    I'm now done learning RLS. I learned all of the cases except for when all the edges are unoriented (I'm not really sure those are worth it, sledgehammer + OLL is fine for me). As of right now I haven't had any amazingly fast times with any because the recognition still needs work, but I'm slowly getting better at them all.
    How often are you getting to use these algs? Do you do this every solve or not really that often?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rowehessler View Post
    I'm now done learning RLS. I learned all of the cases except for when all the edges are unoriented (I'm not really sure those are worth it, sledgehammer + OLL is fine for me). As of right now I haven't had any amazingly fast times with any because the recognition still needs work, but I'm slowly getting better at them all.
    How long did this take? could you please explain how you went about learning them. For example, how many algs per day and breaks it took.
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    I get them about 1 in 4 solves. I started learning them in January so about 3 months to learn them all. I learned them by subsets and learned like one set per week or so and then break and just practice those dew
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