RiDo's Hunting Story for F2L. No intuition or alg memorization required. (Videos)

Discussion in 'How-to's, Guides, etc.' started by rishidoshi, Dec 12, 2010.

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  1. Bray

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    I can't thank you enough, you are amazing, and these funny explanations actually help! Thanks!!! :))
     
  2. Charlemagne

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    Great videos!! For those that have recently learned F2l, I have noticed that it is easy (if you forget a series of moves) to simply create an "Eagle" position and finish the F2L. I know it isn't the best but just noticed it. What are your thoughts on this? Personally, I'm not fixated on speed as so many others. I just enjoy cubing. Again, thank you for the great tutorials.

    Absolutely wonderful tutorials! Thank you! I was wondering what your thoughts are on (for those that are learning F2L and NOT worried too much about speed): If one gets lost, rather than stop, why not simply create an "Eagle" position since it is easily created in virtually every position with a few turn and then solve? I have found it rather easy to create this situation in fewer algorithms than many F2L situations. Just wondering what your thoughts are?

    Thanks!
     
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