Is this tournament trick legit?
So lets say I have like 18.22,17.58, 19.84, 22.56 in a tournament, and it's your last solve. If you see that you messed up your solve, can you just stop the solve, count that as a DNF, and it will be an average of 4?
Also, can anyone tell are there strategies...
Let's say that you like screwed up your Pll and your time goes wayyyy off. Can you just stop the time randomly during the solve and accept the DNF? Does that mean that your worst time from your 4 will count as that one?
Color neutrality worth it?
I just recently broke sub 30, and average about 28 seconds now. I was watching some x cross videos, and they all said that you need to be color neutral. I've tried a few solves, but the f2l was very slow. Should I bother learning this at this stage? Will it help me...
Problem with E perms
i have a problem with my e perm. ILike half of the time i do it(R2 U R' y 3(RU'R'U) y' RU'R') and i end up sin a postiion where i'm a U2 away from an H perm. This happens with other algs too, not just this one. Am i starting from the wrong position? How should my pieces be...
fan someone clearly explain, without quoting the official rules wichich i don't understand, what happens if a cube pops during a solve?
I know it's a dnf but what does that mean and how do i incorporate it into my average of 5?
do i just redo the solve?
I accidentally used weight 1 lube on the entire zanchi. I have weight 5 for the core, bu5t did not use it. What should i do. The cube seems fine, butr i've never felt a well lubricated zanchi. Should i keep it as is?
Should I use x-cross?
I average about 35 seconds with my 3.3
I was wondering if i should learn the x-cross
Do the top level cubers like Feliks Zemdegs use it? Is it worth it?
I usually get differing answers.