One-Answer Other Question Thread

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  1. Sue Doenim

    Sue Doenim Member

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    Nov 9, 2016
    It stands for sub-optimal, meaning it takes more moves than the most efficient way to solve the case, so it may be longer, but with better ergonomics.
     
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  2. McubeS

    McubeS Member

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    Jul 12, 2017
    Oh, that makes sense.

    Thanks!
     
  3. How could I describe my turning style?

    I prefer looser cubes. All my mains are loosened from stock tensions and I have the purple ges nuts on my Air. I don't lock up at all but do need moderately good corner cutting once in a while.
     
  4. Do you want cube recommendations or...?
     
  5. I want to know how to describe my turning style. I've been searching the internet for about an hour. I'm pretty happy with most of my current mains.
     
  6. It's going to be hard for anyone else to describe it without being able to see it in a video or something.
     

  7. Purple air or the green AoLong are what my turning style is like usually during solves. The others were cubes I wasn't very used to
     
  8. Here, I made a slow motion video for you.
     
  9. Reasonably standard but it appears slighto jerk and catchy though the transition between moves is fairly good.
     

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