# Recent content by avinashv

1. ### [Help Thread] F2L Intuitive vs. Algorithm Solving

I like this, and it is what I was going for--enough practice with the algorithms should make them understood to the point that they are essentially intuitive, especially if 35 of the 41 are intuitive for the most part anyway (as said by a previous poster).
2. ### [Help Thread] F2L Intuitive vs. Algorithm Solving

It's interesting that you say that, because the only reason I would choose algorithms over intuitive F2L is because I feel I can get the level of intuition required. For obvious reasons, I have zero gauge of what level of intuition is built, and clearly, given the popularity of intuitive F2L, I...
3. ### [Help Thread] F2L Intuitive vs. Algorithm Solving

Hmm, I just can't see how there is that much difference. I fail to see how learning these 41 algorithms doesn't give you a solid intuitive sense as it stands. Interesting; that's one of the first pieces of useful information I've heard. I see from the various F2L algorithm listings I've...
4. ### [Help Thread] F2L Intuitive vs. Algorithm Solving

I've been cubing for a few days, and have gotten my beginner's method solves to sub-1:30 with relative ease. In the effort to further improve my times, I researched speedcubing methods and decided to pursue Fridrich for the time being. When doing the beginner method and solving the...