# cfop

1. ### [Member Intro] My Introduction

Hello, I am HaiyaAustin, not my real name, i know it sounds weirdo and cringe, but that's me, nothing is weirder than me. I am from Indonesia, i usually use Simple English to communicate on internet. My average is 30 Secs using Full OLL and PLL, My main cube is Moyu Meilong, but i will change...
2. ### Is there an alogirthm to say a corner or an edge can be determined?

In a 3x3x3 cube solving process, using cfop method, cross and 2 or 3 slots have been solved, and you can only see three faces of the cube(normally front right, and top), according to current information you get, is there a programming algorithm to say a corner or an edge can be determined or...
3. ### Justin's 3x3 progression thread

I currently use CFOP with intuitive F2L and full PLL. My current goal is to average sub-25. I currently average 35.28 seconds and my PB is 23.83. I created a reconstruction of it here. I will be doing solves daily and positing the times & scrambles here
4. ### Making Good Progress with Times for CFOP Up To Yellow Cross

I’m about two weeks into my new speedcubing adventure, decided to buy a Gan i3 for help. I can consistently get yellow cross in about 1’45” (yes I know, not fat, but still learning). I know where I’m losing time and will work on those details, but I’m struggling with time from yellow cross to...
5. ### Virtual cube progression thread

Recently I have been practicing virtual cube (ya the 3x3 virtual cube on cs timer) I am averaging around 20-22 (wow 2022) seconds. My PB is 9.71 and PB Ao5 is 17.88. I use CFOP for Virtual cube btw. Anyone have any tips to improve? thanks.
6. ### [Member Intro] Hi there

I just started cubing about a month ago and currently only own a rubicks brand 3x3. This forum has been very helpful so far and I average around 50 seconds using CFOP. Any tips on how to be sub 30?
7. ### Ultimatecuber0814's Cubing Progression thread l CFOP Method l Goal to get sub20

Ok, technically I am NOT a speedcuber, my average is about 40secs. I use the beginner's method. I tried the CFOP method and it turns out I'm not good at it. But... to be honest I really improved a lot, from 2 min to under 1 min. AND I USE THE SAME METHOD. If you practice hard, you can achieve it...
8. ### 3x3 CFOP Example solve thread

U2 F' U2 D B' U' L D' L' F2 U' D' L2 D F2 L2 U' R2 F2 L2 y' // inspection F R D L' D R' D2 // cross (7/7) y' U L U L2 U2 L' // 1st pair (6/13) R U' R' U R' U' R // 2nd pair (7/20) y' U R' U2 R // 3rd pair (4/24) F' U' F U' R U R' // 4th pair (7/31) r U R' U' r' R U R U' R' // EO (10/41) U2 L' U2...
9. ### StuntPlayZYT's CFOP Progression Thread

After two and a half years of cubing, upgrading from beginners method. I'm gonna create this thread to track my progression and memorize tactics n stuff. My Plan OLL PLL F2L Ill try to make an update schedule, but I'm planning and once a week or every 5 days. WELP, WISH ME LUCK...
10. ### cuberswoop's Progression Thread | Racing to sub-5 Skewb | Keeping the forums comical! | Racing sub-20 Kilominx! | #MakeKiloGreatAgain

I currently Average around 23 seconds with CFOP, and I am learning Roux now. I am also planning on learning ZZ, Petrus, and Metha so far. I will post every Saturday (If I can because I have to do a lot of stuff) with my progress and maybe a little way down the line a new goal or 2. EDIT...

12. ### Switching to CFOP (Week 3)

I'm switching to CFOP from Roux. I average about 9.7-10.3 with Roux, and I average about 12.7 with CFOP. My CFOP pbs will be below as I progress, and I may add some goals later: Single: 7.99 Ao5: 10.xx (It's a mid 10 but I've gotten a lot of them, so I'll update this when I get a low 10)
13. ### CLOSED First comp... Any advice??

Ayo. So I am going to NZ SouthIsland Nationals 2021 soon. Any expectations I should have or important regulations I should know? How should I practice at home? Y'all are experienced cubers, so advice would be welcomed.
14. ### How to find the best 2-look OLL algorithms?

Beginner here currently learning 2-look OLL and 2-look PLL. I just discovered that even the 2-look OLL algorithms differ depending on the source. How do I know which one is the "best"? I'm sure people will say some of the variance is based on finger style preferences or it depends on the flow of...
15. ### Is option select worth it?

How many people option-select during 3x3 solves and does it make it any faster/easier to solve from there on? And is it worth learning multiple methods to the point that you’re comfortable using them with less than 8 seconds of inspection? The methods that I think are worth using are: CFOP...
16. ### How I Solve The Rubik's Cube | An Overview of the CFOP Method for Non-Cubers

This isn't a tutorial; it's more of a summary of how I solve the Rubik's Cube. The video is mainly aimed at non-cubers who want to learn how people solve the Rubik's Cube, so make sure to share this with someone who might learn something from it!
17. ### How to get to sub10?

I'm averaging a little under 13.5 right now (1.5-7-2-2 breakdown on a usual good solve) but just 3k or so solves ago late last year i got my first sub15 ao100 (current record is 13.33) and i've been improving pretty quickly since then. i know my breakdown should be more like 1.2-5-1.6-2.2 to be...
18. ### Jessica Roux.PNG

Will this lady be the one to propose the perfect CFOP and Roux hybrid?

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20. ### CFOP Master, a Windows application to search a solve for a given scramble using the CFOP method

Hello. I'm a Rubik's cube fan and a hobbyist programmer. I've been working in a Windows application to search a solve for a given scramble using the CFOP method. To use it download this zip file, unpack it and double click over CFOP.exe. A 64-bit version of windows 7 or higher is required. You...