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  • Hi Waffo. I'm trying to learn from your website but all of the images are down. It would help us all a ton if you could try to fix that. Thanks!
    Hey Waffo. I went to your website to start learning cmll but all the pictures are gone. It's not just on the cmll algs its all over your website. Might want to get that fixed
    Luke Henize
    Luke Henize
    I have this problem as well. These pictures are really helpful with getting accustomed to this method.
    Hey Waffo, you may not remember me (Cocoy Regala) but i got a speedsolving account to contact you! :) i was just asking, what is cfop-roux hybrid? I tried to switch to roux but both the blocks are so hard to build because im used to cfop f2l. I have a feeling that the cfop-roux hybrid forms the blocks using f2l from cfop, it seems relatively straight forward. Do you think it has some potential? Thanks! :)
    JimCube
    JimCube
    I meant potential to reach sub 7
    Greetings and salutations, good sir,
    Disclaimer: I'm a total nub. I started with the beginner's method, and began transitioning into CFOP. I soon found that CFOP sucks. I'm currently learning Roux from your website. Question: how do I practice CMLL algs? Do I just keep doing solves learning the alga as different cases pop up? Should I just do them dry without having a finished product to know if i did it right? Is there a way to set up the cube to the case I want to practice for? I thank you muchly for your kind assistance, and for your making of Roux resources.
    Dono
    Numbers. Where should I be focusing on more? Whats important. (besides look ahead). All that goodstufff.
    Can you hold my hand and come with me to path of sub 15? You kinda let go after sub 20. And now im lost.
    I just noticed that there are an error in your webpage, in the CMLL table: the "Rowan - D6" case has wrong image and also wrong description ("Top Slash and Bottom Bar are both opposites"). Both the same as "Rowe - D4".
    D6 should have "Bottom slash and Far bar are both opposites", and an image fit to that.
    By the way, nice webpage. :)
    I've watched your vidos over, but still, I dunno I need someone physically explain the LSE step, I had a friend do it over skype... but you live in canada. An'd I'm on the other side of the planet...

    Because I feel roux is easier than fridrich, but the last step is pretty confusing
    I've watched your vidos over, but still, I dunno I need someone physically explain the LSE step, I had a friend do it over skype... but you live in canada. An'd I'm on the other side of the planet...

    Because I feel roux is easier than fridrich, but the last step is pretty confusing
    sorry for the double messages my internet speed is atrocious.

    I guess its EO in there, I should play with the cube more, I have to read and watch your vids again as well.

    The Bad Edge part, does it really mater if the rest(on your page its yellow) is solve or partially solve the M slice centers and the other edges are moved of say by one turn, or 2.
    I think it's because I can't get the hang of the good/evil edges in LSE.
    But from time to time I get a lucky solve of CMLL skip...
    I think it's because I can't get the hang of the good/evil edges in LSE.
    But from time to time I get a lucky solve of CMLL skip...
    BTW Waffle, I was watching your videos, and reading your online tutorial, i get the blocks, and the corner orientation but i'm stuck at this part:
    Either I finish the R and L face and have 2 edges on a face that need to be flipped, or i get an accidental solve.
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