been a few years since i've taken speedcubing seriously, but i've gotten back into it for various reasons
instead of posting just times, i'll update this thread based on things i've learned, since that's more important
There is a great lack of good petrus video tutorials online. But recently, the famous youtuber @SpeedCubeReview has published a video tutorial! It is very well explained, and if you want to learn petrus, I would recommend you check it out!
This thread will be similar to the thread for Roux example solves, except for Petrus.
So, I give a scramble, and you write down your own Petrus solution. The solution can either be a "first try solution", which means you would do that during a regular speedsolve (or you can even do an actual...
8.37, 11.27, 9.48, (8.12), (11.37) = 9.71 avg5
A bit lucky :P
It was already a 9.71 avg5 after the 8.12, but I managed to roll a 12.73 with the 11.37 so I included that solve instead.
Cube: aolong v2
Do you guys know of any faster? I only know of Porkynator's 10.63.
Solves 1 2 and 4 were lucky
solve 5 was typical,
and solve 3 never happened.
What do you guys think, is Petrus viable for sub-10?
Let me know.
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I'm making this thread for all of those ideas you have that are interesting, yet are not fully developed. This is a place to post them. I have come up with many ideas and didn't want to post a new thread for every one of them when most don't get very far. Perhaps if...