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    One-Answer Blindsolving Question Thread

    Something I've been wondering for a while now and haven't really found any info on. So I'd be really interested if there are people who'd be able to point me either in the right direction on where to find an answer or give me an answer here. How do people who float corner comms, assuming they do...
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    One-Answer Blindsolving Question Thread

    Congratulation :) But a quick reminder this is a questions thread, so I migh recommend posting this in the accomplishment thread :)
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    [Help Thread] Blindfolded discussion and help

    Might be a dumb question, but meh. For the UF-UB flip I still use the MU alg, but I've seen most top cubers now use an RFSU alg which I can't (yet) execute as fast. Is the alg really that much better and how to fingertrick the RFSU one properly? Also is there a good list somewhere with good UF...
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    [Help Thread] Blindfolded discussion and help

    With the utmost respect to Dylan who provides great quality content to the cubing community I still have to say his bld tutorial is pretty bad.
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    [Help Thread] Blindfolded discussion and help

    Is there a good way to execute [L, D M D'] and its inverse without rotating, asked a similar question on the fb group, but I think I'll also try my luck a bit here with these questions.
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    A collection of BLD algorithms lists

    This should imho be a sticky thread. 11/10 useful
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    Blindfold Accomplishment Thread

    yes got my first sub-50 today only 1 week after gettin my first sub-1 stoked about bld atm.
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    2020 Cubing Goals / Resolutions

    All times are global average unless mentioned otherwise 3x3: sub-12 2x2: sub-3 4x4: sub-45 5x5: sub 1:30 6x6: sub-3 7x7: somehow qualify for Euro's OH: sub-18 FMC: get NR mean Skewb: sub-6 and develop decent fingertricks Pyra: sub-5 Clock: sub-10 (maybe go for NR) Mega: sub 1:20 and learn full...
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    New Events for the Weekly Competition Website for 2020

    +1 for the above, but 2-5 instead of 2-4. Would make relays more fun imo. Additionally I propose "bld mirror blocks no inspection" as an event
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    One-Answer Blindsolving Question Thread

    Best resource on bld edge 2-flips and 4-flips?
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    World Record Predictions for the year 2030

    2x2: 0.35/0.88 3x3: 2.77/4.25 4x4: 13.50/16.72 5x5: 29.55/32.50 6x6: 53.23/55.65 7x7: 1:19.65/1:24.89 FMC: 15/19.33 OH: 5.06/6.23 Feet: removed Clock: 2.5/3.2 Mega: 18.67/22.54 Sq-1: 3.99/5.34 Skewb: 0.89/1.62 Pyra: 0.65/1.22 3bld: 10.78/14.79 4bld: 47.76/55.87 5bld: 1:55.87/2:12.89 Multi: 85 points
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    What makes an event good and which one is the best

    I've personally learned from Noah's videos back in 2014 and over the span of 3 10 minute videos I completely understood how it worked (getting a first success being another story). And I find that his explanation concerning teory made me really understand the concept fairly easily. It took me...
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    [Help Thread] F2L Discussion and Help

    You need to know none to become sub-15, feel free to learn as many as you like as they can help with your times.
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    problem in learning to solve a 2x2 blindfolded

    I'd recommend to just learn to solve th corners on a 3x3 honestly it's easier to turn and learn on. Most decent sites or applcation have corner only scrambles for 3x3
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    What makes an event good and which one is the best

    Tbf bld isn't hard to learn, most people just don't take the time to get a success. Imagine all the non-cubers that told you that it's soooo difficult to solve a rubik's cube or sooooo hard to learn, it basically isn't as long as you pull through. Getting good at bld is another story, but that's...