Selling my OP Dayan, it is not broken in too well, but it is in perfect condition. I live in Germany, so unless you are willing to pick the item up in person, you will have to pay by paypal. You will be paying the shipping. if you would like the photos, please email me at [email protected]
I just saw some ridiculously efficient first layers in the 2X2 Example solve thread, but those are not that systematical for starters to find, so I decided to start this thread to help me and a lot of others out there.
There will be 50 2x2 Scrambles below, and please comment below your FL...
@PixelWizard 's CLL trainer: https://www.speedsolving.com/threads/cll-trainer.51672/
Hi everyone, I am Wish Lin. I made a downloadable CLL Trainer that you can select with subsets(T,U,L,Sune,etc)that you want to drill.
>>My trainer website: https://wish-lin.github.io/2X2-CLL-Trainer/...
I use the Guimond method and I like it very much :):). Most of my 2x2 solves are between 6s and 8s but I would like to be sub-6 without learning another method.
I think that the key point is predicting separation to avoid a look at the down face during the solve. How can I do that...
The competition will be closed in a week and I'll post the results! This is a competition kind of like the forum ones, but it only has certain events, listed below:
Redi Cube (Moyu/csTimer scrambles)
Post your times with a reply and please use the scrambles...
Which one should be better to start off with?
Mgc 2x2 M or the Yuxin Little Magic 2x2 M
This would be my first 2x2 and my first magnetic puzzle. Put down your thoughts they will really help me choosing a better one. I already average SUB 25 on 3x3.
This is the thread for the 2x2 method called L5C, or Last Five Corners. This is also called 1LLS, for One Look Last Slot.
The beginning of this discussion may have started here. There's probably somewhere else this was first thought of, and if so, tell me.
L5C is a method where you solve a...
I am looking for detailed informations about th pi(g) CLL method for 2x2. How does it work, algs, ...
I have only found this: o_O
pi(g) CLL (part of the EG method)
Takes two steps, requires 42 algorithms
Step 1: intuitive solution of ½ of a layer.
Step 2: solution of the second layer +...
I have a problem in that. I have learned how to solve 2x2 with Ortega method so but I still only get average 12~14 seconds but I see many players can get sub 4~5. I need experienced peoples to give me some advice.
(Sorry for my bad grammar)
In this thread, I will be posting a daily scramble and we will see who is the winner of the day! Feel free to add reconstructions or notes. scrambles will be posted at about 12 PM EDT every day. all you have to post is your time and the date. also if you can also post your Cube and Method that...
I need help with my moyu lingpo ive broke it in and lubed it and after i lubed it i noticed some catching/ bumping inside the internal pieces! Please help and give me your opinion on how to fix it!
I was wondering if it would be more beneficial to learn EG-1 before I learn CLL. EG-1 is for the cases with an adjacent corner swap, and there is a 2/3 chance that the easiest face to make will have two corners swapped adjacently and only a 1/6 chance that it will be fastest to build a layer...
This is my first post here. It took me quite a bit of time to figure out how to post a thread,:p but I finally figured it out.
So getting right to the point. I recently started to learn CLL on the 2x2 and so far it takes me at least 7-9, maybe more moves just to build the first layer...