I have a bunch of Petrus example solves in this playlist:
You can learn a lot from CFOP/Freefop and ZZ example solves as well, especially as all CFOP F2L cases can appear in Petrus, xcross often requires Petrus style...
For something as "small" as ZBLL I feel that you shouldn't worry about getting every part of an alg precisely encoded into an image. As long as you train your algs regularly, your brain should be able to fill in a lot of the gaps. If I were you, I'd just leave out all of the non trigger moves...
I think Gianfranco Huanqui is probably one of the fastest if not the fastest corners first solver.
He has a 10.56 single in competition, and I'd be surprised if he didn't have a sub 8 single and 11-13 second average at home, since I know that several BLDers of his caliber have unofficial...
Ben Whitmore found these just now using ksolve++:
U L U F D2 U2 F' R' B' D' (10 HTM)
U L U R D U' F' L' B' D' (10 HTM)
He said that these are the shortest algorithms that have a order of 11. He also said that there are probably thousands of algs like these (10 HTM with an order of 11).
Many top BLDers, who use a lot of antislice moves for 3-style corners, tend to write them without spaces in their alg sheets.
Random example from Ishaan's alg sheet: [UD R UD: [D' , R' U' R]]
To be honest, if any convention is to catch on, it will probably be to remove the space in this...
Your alg learning ability is the honestly most confusing thing ever for me.
Here's some ideas I can think of off the top of my head:
Train the algs a lot more on my trainer. This was my default solution whenever I ran into problems, and it has always worked for me in the end.
Figure out which...
32.75 3BLD average of 12 PB
1. 32.139 R D2 R2 F2 L' F2 R' D2 B2 F2 R' D L2 F U' B U2 L2 R2 U B'
2. 34.840 B D2 F2 U2 B' D2 F' D2 R2 F' R2 U' L' R F U' R2 F' R F2 L
3. 34.010 F L2 D R' U' B2 L' D F' U2 L' U2 B2 R' B2 L F2 L F2
4. 28.124 D B2 L2 U2 L2 F2 R2 B2 D B2 U2 R' F' U R2 F' D...