As the title suggests, I will be learning 300 algorithms in 300 days.
Feel free to let me know if there are any other alg sets that I should be aware of to add to the list. (You can join in on my facebook page and learn the algs with...
Yeah, so this is my CxLL trainer
github repo: https://github.com/shuantsu/cxll
- It provides you with a random order of the set you're training; that means that you'll be training the cases uniformly.
- No easily reversible algs, just the...
Yes, I have done it! I have found every non-Sune/antiSune COLL by hand, with no computer!
I have the algorithms here. I also have included my recognition method, which I also figured out myself.
Enjoy! I will include access to alg.cubing.net playback soon.
hi, im making a series of coll tutorials, ive done 2 subsets until now, and will keep doing more.
if you would like me to do any other sort of video, please comment it
heres one of the vids
This is my first video. I'm studying the COLLs. Some are really not easy to execute, so I search new ways to execute popular algorithms. Here are two I discovered yesterday. I don't know if they're already known and efficient. At least, I'm satisfied whit them. Hope you'll like them...
First, I'd like to credit Cyrus C. (for the Petrus Home thread idea) and Innocence (lol...). Just a thread for those few ZZ/ZB members out there.
Here's a list of cubers that use ZZ/ZB method as their main method that I KNOW of:
Sir E Brum
blah (not sure)
I have 22 more OLL's to go before I know full Fridrich. I am wondering in what order should I start introducing the fine techniques? I already do Pieces Stuck in Another Slot and Using Empty Slots intuitively. Should I continue doing these intuitively or should I learn algs for them? When should...