I was struggling a lot with l4e on 5x5. I watched a Cubeskills video on it, and it was really helpful, but it was still primarily focused on slice flip slice. Is there another method for l4e that I should be using?
Two things: first of all, please read the entire description. Second of all, you probably shouldn't actually use this h perm. The one I showed in my last video is much better. The only reason I made a video on this alg is because it is technically "objectively optimal".
I need help finding a good alg for OLL 55 (the annoying straight line one). I'm currently using R U2 R2 U' R U' R' U2 F R F', but I know that there are better ones to be using.
EDIT: I got an alg, thanks for the help!
I'm back with more F2L tricks! This one is on 2 swapped F2L pairs. I originally got the alg from Lucas Etter's Youtube channel, so make sure to check his videos out. Anyway, please leave a like and subscribe if you found this helpful, and I'll see you in the next one!
Okokokokokokokokok, clearly there's been some misunderstanding. I was not -IN ANY WAY- "bullied," off YouTube. I did not DELETE any of my videos, they are simply on private. I wanted to change the theme of my channel to a more solving based, unedited style. I thought to achieve this, I needed to...