Noah asked me to do a video showing how I execute all my PLLs. Here was the result.
Almost everything is pretty standard algorithm-wise, but some of them are done in ways some of you may not be familiar with.
Average of 12: 7.59
1. (6.16) B2 D2 F2 R2 F2 R2 D2 L2 D' L2 F2 L F' R U' R D2 L2 B F' L
2. 7.78 L' D' B2 D' F B U D2 B R' B2 R2 B2 D2 R' U2 B2 L' F2 R'
3. 7.98 U F2 R2 B2 D' B2 L2 R2 U R2 D' L' R' U' B2 L D2 F' U' B' D
4. (10.25) R2 F2 U B2 D' U' F2 U' B2 U2 R' U L2 F' L2 D2...
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I have a question that I've never really received a good answer to, but I'm sure that someone in this thread is more than capable of explaining: Why are competitors called up one at a time to do their solves rather than having them stay there and simply complete their solves all at once? And if...
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