Lookahead with CFOP
Getting 20 seconds nonlucky single with CFOP after not using it for ~3 months (kinda off-topic...)
Forcing skips -skills
Not proud of:
Bad lookahead with blockbuilding methods
Sometimes overcomplicated crosses
Well, I wasn't basing that statement purely on my times, but on many things that have gone through my head the last days. Am considering posting my thoughts, ala Stachu's rantings.
Secondly, I don't see why you can't compare the two like that. Even though I can often do the first block in ~8...
Well I fear I might be switching in the same way that i switched to Petrus, then CFOP, back to Petrus. Tried Heise, did some Roux, back to Petrus, experimented with ZZ, back to Roux. Decided I would stay with Roux, but am now pretty intrigued by ZZ. ZZOMG!
The obligatory blockbuilding post:
Great to see more cubers and welcome to the forums :) Before you move on from the beginners method to something more advanced, be sure to have checked all possibilities Try out Roux, Petrus, ZZ and CFOP/Fridrich before deciding. The SpeedSolving wiki has good...
I'll rephrase: Thanks, I need to find out how to use commutators first, though :S
Joke aside, I was going to do it now, but then I realized you could hex edit the keyboard on my Nokia 5800, so just changed it to Colemak.
Took some time, but totally worth it. Am now trying to find the file...
Right now I'm doing Fridrich for impressing friends. Petrus when I see an easy 2x2x2. Roux when I see an easy 1st block (aswell as to train M-moves). And lastly I'm learning Heise for FMC and to learn commutators.
Might settle on Roux, might settle on X-cross Fridrich, might settle on Heise...
As I'm not really speedcubing with Roux yet, I go for whatever I see, both in 1. and 2. blocks. This leads to some really funny (slow(!)) nonmatching blocks once in while, but I'm just toying with the cube for now.