I would suggest you start with the sune zblls as those are the hardest to recognise but kinda nice algs. That way you have the hardest part done. The other sets are cake compared to that.
And you might consider learning all zzlls first as that would let you use those in solves if you do...
I think before we talk about such unlikely scrambles, we should talk about a timer that is actually good. The stackmat timers have proven to be unaccurate timer fails happen way too often. Pinging @Petro Leum to rant about this <3
all the scrambles are from the site from roman. Good thing with anki is that you dont have to manually choose the algs which are hard for you. That is especially useful if you know the algs for a long time already. anki then just shows you the algs that are kinda hard, or which you might forget...
I meant this site: https://www.speedsolving.com/pages/resources/ i thought it would be fitting in the algorithms section, as the thread would probably vanish soon otherwise and nobody would think of searching for it.
Back in 2016 i started working on an Anki deck for learning ZBLL for TH and OH rightie. Later Simon Kalhofer (@Petro Leum ) jumped on the train and added algs for OH leftie and added a nice tagging system.
Today is finally the day we share the deck.
I encourage you to read the whole...