Feel free to learn CLS, but I think your time is better spent on practising EOline and F2L. You can just use OCLL + PLL for now.
Not trying to discourage you btw, if you want to learn CLS already, go ahead. :D
So, this happened.
I'm kinda extremely surprised that happened. O_o
B R' D2 U F L R2 D' B D' L' U' F2 B' D' L2 D F B2 D R2 B L2 R' F
z2 y' // inspection
L' U2 L y L2 D // EOline
L' U L U' L2 U L // left block
R2 U R2 U R' U' R' U' R // right block
TPS = 3.6
I think using easy cases from alg sets is good, like mentioned above.
I know easy wv, attempted some cls but havent incorporated that into my solves yet. If you just need an extra U to skip OLL and the recognition is easy, I will take that! :D
Yeah. At first you should turn iff inspection and take as long as necessary to plan out EO(line). At first just plan EO. Later include line. Ao100 is a good idea. Just slow solving id recommend thi, not necessarily timing your solves.
To be honest, it's been 4 months since I started ZZ, and...
Maybe this will help? I'm not sure. http://cube.crider.co.uk/zz.php?p=f2l#f2l_algs
Some random thoughts: It seems like it's way easier to translate 2H into OH and the other way around with the ZZ method.
The EOline is a little different, but the F2L is basically the same.
I've also noticed...