F2L, OLL and PLL algorithms help

Discussion in 'Cubing Help & Questions' started by jg9020, Jan 26, 2012.

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  1. jg9020

    jg9020 Member

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    Just wondering if you use most or even all algorithms for f2l ,Oll and Pll if you do remember all how long did it take you
     
  2. Ickenicke

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    Use the one answer question thread please!

    I know full OLL and PLL, but I am using intuitive f2l
     
  3. Sillas

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    I use full OLL and PLL, and intuitive F2L. I took seven months to learn all.
     
  4. Glow

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    F2L took me a couple hours. I tried learning OLL and PLL full but I gave up so im learning 2 Look OLL
     
  5. Godmil

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    I know full PLL and use intuitive F2L (I don't know full OLL).
     
  7. ottozing

    ottozing Platinum Member

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    it took me 1 month to learn pll. 3 months to learn oll. and 5 months to finally understand f2l intuatively. i think it took like one week to learn good f2l algorithms for the ugly cases.
     
  8. AndersB

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    F2L. Took me a couple of days. 5 months later I knew full CFOP.
     
  9. pdilla

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    Intuitive F2L, 2Look OLL + 20 or so OLLs, full PLL, lots of ZBLL.
     
  10. Sahid Velji

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    Okay, here's my history, 1 day for Ryan Heise's beginner method. Full CFOP now, it took me about 3 days for F2L (don't learn algorithms, learn it intuitively), 2 days for 2 look OLL and 2 look PLL. Then, 10 days for full PLL and another 25 days or so for full OLL. You can add the days up if you want but not everyone learns at the same pace. I took another month after that to get used to the method and comfortable with the algorithms that I learnt.
    After this, it's just practicing F2L and cross and of course having a good cube. When you get your algorithms, make sure you get good algorithms: OLL algorithms and PLL algorithms. Look through each one and see which one you like for a particular case. I know it seems daunting but you will thank yourself later when you have really nice LL algorithms. Look in my signature for more resources and other useful threads.
     
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