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Sorry if this question has been answered already, but I have searched all over the forums, wiki and popular cubing websites.
I want to learn Fridrich F2L, OLL and PLL algorithmically. But, to practice each algorithm, I need the setup formulae for each of the cases.
Dan's cubestation had them...
Hi I am not sure where to post this so I am posting it here. Do we have a list of 3x3x3 (programming) Algorithms. I explicitly cited 'Programming' because this could be easily misunderstood as a collection of 3x3x3 move notations.
For example, sorting has different algorithms. We do have bubble...
Im pretty new at cubing and I going to ask some questions.
but at first i going to tell you some thing about me and cubing.
I start whit cubing for like 3-4 weeks ago when i find a rubik's cube that I've had since I was a child, and i wanted to learn to solve it so i looked on some...
Here is a video to explain how to orient corners, which is part of OLL, but without using algorithms. Here every move is explained. Well, the basic 3-cycle is very briefly explained, so if you want more explanation, see the other video below that explains commutators.
I've done my first average on video in a while, so can anyone give me some tips or help? I know I need to learn Full OLL, so things other than that. Thanks.
I've gotten a few sub-12 averages, but it's still pretty good for me.
Hey Guys, I'm new to the forums, and I am sorry if this question has already been asked, but what should be my average using F2l, 2 Look OLL and Full PLL and what should it be if I have learnt Full OLL?
I was inspired by rubikmaster's F2L Competition, and there wasn't an existing competition like this, so I decided to make one. Anyone can join, as long as they can solve the last layer. All scrambles will be created by the OLL Trainer scrambler on Prisma Puzzle Timer. There will be scrambles for...
I thought I might as well put this up. Tips please? This is a pretty good average for me, but not my PB. I am almost always sub-15 now, unless I haven't warmed up. This is .07 of my PB ao5.
I know Full PLL, but only about 15 OLL's (haven't been learning any lately).
CFOP, of course...
I just thought that I would let you guys now that I made a few how to vids a while back. The volume is a little loud, but it is better than being a little quiet.
As you guys have told me. Learn F2L, then 2 Look PLL, then 2 Look OLL. I can do f2l in about 30 seconds and finish in about 50 seconds. My record is 43 seconds but I have 1 more algorithm that I need to memorize in 2lpll. Should I still move on to 2loll?
I've just finished learning F2l and I can do it all of it in about a minute. I think this is fast enough FOR NOW. I'm now moving on the OLL. Also do you guys think I should learn F2l oll and pll and the same time then solve the cube over and over again using what I know or should I do one at a...
You want to know what? I know fridrich f2l and full pll. I don't see why I have 40-50 second averages. I have a friend of mine. he knows fridrich f2l. He calls oll the "fish method". otherwise you would think that he has not so good time. but he has 18-20 second averages. DON'T tell me to buy...
I know there is probably 100s of these threads, but I don't know what else to do. I haven't improved in ages and I need to know what areas to focus on practising. I made a walkthrough solves video:
So I'm starting learning my OLLs this summer. The problem is I dont know what I should learn first, for example should I learn straight from OLL1-OLL57, should I learn them by trigger groupings, or should I learn them by shape groupings?
Calculating the Number of K4 "OLLs" on a nxnxn Cube
First of all, I know pretty well that wing edges do not have an orientation on a big cube. Nonetheless, I wanted to find out how many "OLLs" there are for the nxnxn cube.
Second, I am not sure if all of my calculations in this...