1. brododragon

    How to Memorize Algorithms Quicker

    I've seen many beginners complain about algs being hard to memorize, and everyone's been there. So I decided to make a guide to help even intermediate and advanced cubers memorize algs. This is a constant WIP, and I am fine with changing something if you see a problem. Most Important Rule: You...
  2. Zain_A24

    300 Algs in 300 Days - The Good and the Bad

    Hello everyone, As the title suggests, I will be learning 300 algorithms in 300 days. 2x2 CLL EG-1 EG-2 3x3 PLL OLL COLL Others 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...
  3. Iwannaganx

    Cubing alg book?

    I'm not very good at learning algs, and I'm up to the stage where I think I should start with full pll. I've heard about people using notebooks to write down algs, how well does it work? And is it worth doing it? Normally to get an alg into my brain I write it on my hand and then if I get the...
  4. KillerCuber

    Favourite PLL algorithm

    Hi What is your favourite PLL algorithm. Mine is H perm
  5. PetrusQuber

    List of PLL algs for 2/1 Look PLL

    There are a lot of algs out there, some of which do the same thing. I have grouped all the algs I use for people looking for efficient perms. I had to do this the hard way, looking through random pages for the fastest moves to make. Here they are: Corner swap: R U R' F' R U R' U' R' F R2 U' R'...
  6. B

    PLL Recognition

    So when I'm learning my PLLs should I learn to recognize from all 4 angles or do I only need the 1? Also any tips on recognizing OLL?
  7. ImPaulPCG

    Easier way to do G perms?

    So I was thinking, and I tested it out. All G perm cases have 1 pair of headlights. If you put the headlights on the left, and do a T perm, the case will now be turned from a G perm into an EPLL. Thinking if this is efficient.... (nope). Still a pretty interesting thing I figured out. That's...
  8. N

    Progressing in speedcubing [Opinions]

    I recently started cubing 5 days ago. I uses the beginner tutorial on ruwiks to learn to solve the cube, I used that method along with minor shortcuts to slowly improve my pb from ~5 mins to my current 1:00.10. I am now practing 2 look OLL and 2 look PLL and have almost learnt both fully. Is...
  9. Parity Case

    New PLL guide, with algorithms and performance notes for all 84 angles

    Last night, I finished putting together a downloadable PLL guide, with algorithms and performance notes for all 84 angles. It's a PDF containing internal hyperlinks for nonlinear use. The algs I curated are a combination of: (a) algs I've come up with, either on my own or by using Cube...
  10. CubeWizard23

    Is 3 sec avg per PLL bad?

    IS 3 sec avg per PLL Bad? t perm almost sub 2
  11. molarmanful

    Set of 3-gen <L,U,R> PLL's!

    See here for the algorithms. I did this just because, but there are some algorithms in there that are pretty OH-friendly. WARNING: Some algorithms may be impractical because of length or awkwardness. These algorithms are only meant to prove that all PLL's can be 3-gen, but not that all...
  12. CubeCow

    I feel like a failure

    I have been cubing for 6-7 weeks now, and I can't get lower than a one minute average. But that's not the bad part. I have memorized 4 look last layer, I know intuitive F2l, and I have been practice constantly. Yet is still have this awful split of : 10-30-10-10 (cross-f2l-oll-pll)
  13. Seanliu

    Full PLL Guide

    I wrote this some time ago, and decided to publish this now. It is only part one, and is designed for people who are intimidated by PLL. I do a basic breakdown in the first part, but more is hopefully coming. Link to it NOTE: I don't mean to advertise my site, but I don't know how to...
  14. molarmanful

    The New Online PLL Trainer!

    I made an online PLL trainer awhile back for those who didn't want to download a PLL trainer. It started out nice, but soon fell into disrepair. After leaving it unattended for some time, I came back and was shocked by the horrid UI and the dismal glitches. So I renovated it. And here it is...
  15. RadioactivCuber

    How do cubers make their own algorithms for PLLs and OLLs?

    I have watched many videos and have seen every top cuber like felicks, mats and chris olson do their own algorithms for PLLs and there are so many algs for each PLL on speedsolving wiki. My question is, how do they make these they use conjugates . Can anybody give me...
  16. molarmanful

    Announcing new online PLL Trainer

    This PLL trainer is for anyone who needs a PLL trainer but does not have a computer that supports .exe files. You can find it here. What do you think?
  17. molarmanful

    Online PLL Trainer

    I have made a new PLL trainer online here: I have a Mac, so badmephisto's trainer doesn't work; so I made this for anyone who needs a PLL trainer but cannot support the program. Comments? Questions? Suggestions?
  18. A

    HELP: PLL sheet explanation?

    So I've been speedcubing for about 3 weeks now and my average is around 45-55 sec. I've been progressively working through the cfop steps and i am completely confused on the pll step. I don't understand the arrow notation thing and I can't find anyone who can explain it. I complete the last step...
  19. Note

    Branching OLL to PLL Cases?

    I'm not sure if anyone has discovered this before but at some point when I was practicing OLLs, I noticed a few PLL cases pop up after OLL. However, only 6 or 5 out of the 21 were sure to have a chance of popping up. For example, I would finish this case: and then I'd get a Z perm or a U perm...
  20. SpeedCubeReview

    To Sune or Anti-Sune

    In the One Answer Question Thread before it was shut down I asked about why you might need to learn Anti-Sune if you can just do Sune with the left hand. I got one response that said you could force a PLL skip... I spent some time trying to figure out the pattern and this is what I got. When...

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