Petrus is not a bad method. Why do many people call it bad? This hurts Petrus users. When @Username: Username: said that CFOP is bad and other methods are good then many CFOP Users reacted :mad:"angry" to his post. Have Petrus Users no right to prevent their method?
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because I‘m very interested in methods and the only one in existence currently is the one on this forums which is very outdated.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...
I think it's been coming for a while. As of right now, there have not really been many guides to Petrus, even fewer written ones, and even fewer modern ones. For reference, I average low 13s with Petrus as my main method, in case anybody would question my speed. Petrus is not a popular method...
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...
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...
Yes. I want to see how far Petrus can go in speedsolving, compared to other (way) more explored methods such as CFOP, Roux and ZZ. It’ll probably be way harder than just switching to one of the previously mentioned methods, due to the lack of resources and development, but still doable. I...
I use Petrus, and I have noticed nobody is really using it anymore. I, along with a couple of other people, am like the solitary Petrus user on this forum which is still active. The majority of users seem to be CFOP, Roux, or ZZ :(. So there isn't much discussion on how to improve on specific...
8.14 (Petrus), 10.71 (ZZ), 8.55 (Roux), 7.27 (CFOP), 11.49 (Freefop) = 9.13 average of 5 (9.23 mean of 5)
Cube: aolong v2
Don't have scrambles, sorry.
I'm planning on taking a bit of a break from cubing now as I have important exams coming up and I need to focus. So until summer, I won't be...
8.913, 11.194, 9.539, 10.786, 9.085, (12.931), 8.888, 8.793, 9.677, 10.500, (8.341), 10.479 = 9.785 avg12 (9.119 avg5)
Finally finished what I started! Sub 10 avg12 with CFOP, Roux, ZZ and Petrus!
My first sub 10 average of 12 with each method:
CFOP 9.85 avg12
Roux 9.82 avg12
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
YTUWRs with petrus, I think (7/10/2015).
9.74, 10.56, 10.56, 11.20, 10.01, 11.31, 13.34, (14.76), 10.47, 10.63, 13.07, (9.58) = 11.09
The 11.09 is my PB avg12. My avg5 PB is 9.90
First 5 are the 10.38 avg5.
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.
I searched this forum and I could not find a thread for learning Petrus, so I thought why not make one?
So here is the tutorial on Petrus. I hope you like it and give me your feedback on it :)
Thanks in Advance
I hope you like it and tell me where I can improve ?
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As some of you may remember, I proposed a Petrus based CP-block method a while back. The problem with it was that it made Petrus even more inefficient than it already was just in order to have a 1LLL.
I never dropped the idea of CP-blocks, however...
...and today I bring you my NEW AND...
ZZ (10.97) U' B L R2 D L2 F R U F2 R' L' U' B2 D2 L B F2 D' R2 F2 D' U L U'
Petrus 11.95 D' B' U2 B2 D2 F' U B' L D' R' B2 L' R B' U R2 U2 D' R2 F B U' R2 F'
ZZ 12.63 R U L U' B U F' R' U2 F' R' B2 L2 B2 D2 R' D' U2 R2 B F' D' R' U F'
CFOP 14.39 D2 F R' D' L' D R' D2 B D U2 B L F...