1. what oll's do you guys recommend for oll's 35, 36, 39 and 55?
35 y' R' U2 (R l) U' R' U l' U2 R really confused what to use for this case.
36 R' U' R U' R' U R U R B' R' B looks better than y2 (L' U' L U') (L' U L U) (L F' L' F)
39 y2 R U R' F' U' F U R U2 R' this looks nicer than L F' L' U' L U F U' L' which is what I currently use
55 I use r U2 R2 F R F' U2 r' F R F' and do not really like it. I can not find a good algorithm.

2. Originally Posted by Jaycee
Talking about corners in Speffz notation, what are BUL, BRU, BDR, and BLD? Q, R, S, T, respectively?

EDIT: Is this it?

Q = BRU
R = BUL
S = BLD
T = BDR
That's what they are for me. An easy check is to do a y2 and then do it like your F face.

3. Originally Posted by ThtDarnNeighbor

i started cubing near new years (jan 2012)
so thats 5-6 months
my average on a 3x3 is 21-23 seconds
i use cfop intuitive f2l
and i know all plls except for gperm, fperm and nperm

is this good time for my skill level?
Originally Posted by ThtDarnNeighbor
i am currently sub 25 easily with CFOP which is the only method i know
ive been cubing for about 5-6 months now
is it too late for me to learn new methods?
should i even learn new methods?
Your time is good for someone cubing for 5 months, but you are not learning algs at a good pace.

learning full cfop is important to get faster. make knowing full pll your first main priority.

It is never too late to learn new methods, they can improve your blockbuilding and inspection while keeping you interested in cubing. But you should probably learn full pll and oll first.

4. Is there any site that has better ZBLS/ZBF2L algorithms than Jason Baums?

5. I don't know if this is a internal lock up or something but something happened to my Wittwo 2x2 where one side turns but the other side locks up and you can't turn it... the cube is also very wobbly. I don't know what it is, I'm assuming it's some sort of lock up, so does anyone know how to fix it?

Thanks a lot

6. Originally Posted by god of rubic 2
I don't know if this is a internal lock up or something but something happened to my Wittwo 2x2 where one side turns but the other side locks up and you can't turn it... the cube is also very wobbly. I don't know what it is, I'm assuming it's some sort of lock up, so does anyone know how to fix it?

Thanks a lot
Yeah, that happened to mine too, to fix that you first have to take apart the Wittwo, and then re-assemble it, the problem is you have to assemble it in a specific manner.
This video is what saved the day for me:

7. Originally Posted by Ander0072
Yeah, that happened to mine too, to fix that you first have to take apart the Wittwo, and then re-assemble it, the problem is you have to assemble it in a specific manner.
This video is what saved the day for me:
Thanks heaps, its fine now

btw does anyone know if you're allowed to have like an algorithm sheet to use while competing?

8. Originally Posted by god of rubic 2
btw does anyone know if you're allowed to have like an algorithm sheet to use while competing?
Of course not.

9. Originally Posted by Michael Womack
I'm planning to resticker my F2 for my OH cube. Should I get stickers, Smooth tiles, or textured tiles?
In my experience, textured tiles are not good for two-handed cubes because they impede you while not significantly helping grip, BUT for OH cubes they help you have a better feel for the cube, reduce slips, and lower times.

do you know if you can use paper and pencil to write down your sequence before memorizing in BLD solving?

10. Originally Posted by Nico1
do you know if you can use paper and pencil to write down your sequence before memorizing in BLD solving?
Of course not.

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