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  1. A

    NEW Guide to Choosing a Speedcubing Method (Speedcubing.org)

    For a while now I have been working on a guide to choosing a speedsolving method for the Speedcubing.org website because I‘m very interested in methods and the only one in existence currently is the one on this forums which is very outdated. Today I have finally finished an initial version with...
  2. teboecubes

    Rubik’s Cube PLL Tier List

  3. VauZed

    I can average sub 15 for 10-30 solves, then my times go up.

    Did anybody experience that too? I sometimes (at least one a day) get just sub 15 or 15/16s. I have that for like 10-30 solves and have ao5s wich are sub 15 and even ao12s. That are mostly normal, fullstep solves. Not just the ones, in wich I particulary know the oll( still learning, i know like...
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    [Member Intro] Hello Folks, new sub 2 (min) here!

    Hi everyone. I am a new cuber, from India. I solved my cube after looking at tutorials for 5 hrs. It has been 3.5 days since I started an I average around 2 minutes. I have a chunky cube which can be said as a toy. I am very fluent (at least considering my cube) in the Beginner's Method.I am...
  5. T

    RLS vs ZBLL

    I'm trying to decide if i should learn VLS+HLS or ZBLL. Which is faster, RLS+PLL or EO+ZBLL? Would it be useful to know both, or would you just get an RLS case every time once you set up the pair?
  6. teboecubes

    OLL Algorithm Tier List

  7. F

    Edge control vs. Full OLL

    I average around 27 and am trying to get decent look ahead. I'm finding it very hard an have kind of lost interest. For a faster way to improve, I was looking into learning full OLL. However, I was wondering if I could just use the OLL algs I already know (I know two-look OLL) and just learn a...
  8. WarriorCatCuber

    The method debate thread

    This is a thread to debate on which method is best and if methods are equal and stuff like that. @Owen Morrison @Micah Morrison
  9. S

    Feeling slightly un-motivated.

    So I've been cubing on and off for several years, I think I started in 3rd grade, and then got into it a little bit in 6th, but now I've been going for about 6 months, and have gotten pretty fast. I went from around 40s in September to around 18s now, but I'm having trouble improving recently...
  10. C

    I’m gonna try the one month one method thing.

    So, I feel like ZZ is kinda failing me, and I just don’t know what I can do besides grind solves. I know EOcross, my F2L is really fast , and my last layer is meh. Idk, I just feel like ZZ isn’t the way. So for the rest of this month, I’m gonna use CFOP (because I was already a previous CFOP...
  11. Potato Kuber

    Method Pros and Cons: CFOP vs Roux vs ZZ

    What I basically want to know is what are all the pros and cons of the three most popular methods. I ,at the moment, use Roux but I want to know if Roux is a good method. Write down your opinions on CFOP, Roux and ZZ.
  12. Llewelys

    Muscle memory

    Warning: This post won’t end the way you think it will (not clickbait) My goal for the next half of 2019 is *drum rolls* to get sub 20. I just did a 22.46 ao12 and here are the splits: Cross/F2L/LL : 2.80 / 12.10 / 7.55 I know I can shave off up to 1.5-2 seconds of the LL stage by working on...
  13. RamenNoodles

    Currently Averaging 26 seconds with CFOP tips for F2L

    I haven't learned Oll or Pll both still two step. Every 10 solves I get a sub 20.
  14. N

    [Help Thread] Hard sub-30

    So, I am a CFOP solver. I use full PLL and 2-look OLL with almost full OLL, mening, i know more than half of the OLL algorithms. I found out that medium TPS makes my times slower, my max tps, around 4 to 6 tps, makes me 4 to 5 seconds faster, and calm solving, meaning, almost slow solving, for...
  15. M

    Looking for a coach

    Hello, I average about 20 seconds on 3x3x (CFOP), and was wondering if there's anyone who would be willing to coach me. Thank y'all in advance! P.S. I don't wanna spend 20 bucks on one video review from jayden McNeill. :D
  16. CriticalCubing

    [Unofficial] Rubik's cube solved in 6.41 seconds |CFOP & Fullstep

    Reconstruction: U2 F R' U F L' B2 R' B U2 L' F2 B2 D2 R' B2 R' B2 L2 y R' F U2 L U' L' U2 R' U R U R U' R' U R U' R' y' R U' R' U' R U R' U2 R U' R U' F U R U' R' F' U perm Cube: YueXiao (Watch my impressions video too ^_^ ) Thank you :)
  17. Phantom777

    F2L: 2 looks per pair

    When I was a new cuber, I thought that F2L was very difficult. There were 42 algs to learn. That's a lot of algs for a beginner. In february of this year, I began the F2L, but learned only 8 algs. With 8 algs, I could do every F2L case. If you have the edge and separate corner , you can join...
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