However if there's others (like you) who want to take Petrus further then I may consider getting somewhat fast with it, or even make a Petrus website.
The thing is, to motivate people to use the method they need to see fast people using it. Or some kind of impressive solve style. What I found very cool was Gilles Roux's turning style...
So yah, if there's enough (another) person other than me who wants to take Petrus far, we can do it.
I'm sure it's possible for Petrus to be "as fast" as Roux or Fridrich, but it overwhelmingly seems to me that it takes far more effort and time to get the same speed with the other 2 methods. Even now, I'm hesitant to say this because so many fast people (that have never been fast with Petrus) so firmly argued back in the day when these kind of debates were going on that Petrus could be as fast as the others. It was commonplace for people to be like "Petrus is slow" and unanimously everyone would deny it. I don't see that anymore. I wanted to make a thread about this but again, those same people are incredibly particular about what merits a new thread/discussion and what doesn't. I'd really like to hear their thoughts today....
Edit: I think this merits a thread. If anyone disagrees, I'm sure I'll see it there.
Last edited by JLarsen; 02-10-2012 at 07:13 PM.
Setup: R U' R' U' R U R' U y'
Don't like to do the rotation, alternative good algs?
Thanks in advance
I have a problem.
When I practice at home I get nervous.
When I went to a comp I had a faster than average solve.
Because I know I have the potential to get 16 second solves.