this problem about how to do the PLL
1)after OLL recognize pll,do U or U' , Cube rotation,so now pll in the right align.now do the pll blindly and stop the timer.
2)after OLL recognize the PLL,do the pll.and align U layer by doing U or U' or U2,stop the timer.
I'm using 2nd.so what is...
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?
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...
Sorry if the question was already asked but the search engine is not helping much for 5x5 searches.
I generally use reduction to solve the 5x5 but I occasionally try some direct methods too (f2l-like, petrus-like, ...). When I do, I need to solve the last layer (OLL/PLL) completely...
Hi, I'm new here, this is my first post,
I searched for a thread like this, and couldn't find anything similar.
So I solve with CFOP and only average 55 seconds, with a rubik's brand cube 3x3. I only know 2 look oll and 2 look pll.
How much better do you think my times would be if...
Hey I just wanted to ask if I should learn full F2L, OLL, PLL, or ZBF2L, and ZBLL?
I get sub 20 with full F2L, 2 look OLL, and 2 look PLL.
Should I change the method?
Also, I would love to have you guys recommend other methods if you think other method will be better for me.
I have created a table of PLL combinations. As you may know, when you perform two PLLs in a row, you will end up with a third one. What is this third PLL, I wondered?
In fact I wanted to make a way for a PLL attack to end in a solved cube, but that 'puzzle' I haven't solved yet. Of course that...
I am 11, and I am going to my first comp! I am not that good, and don't expect to do too great, but I am willing to have fun! My Lucky PB is 22.98 and my Non-lucky PB is 23.73, although I average somewhere around 35-40 seconds. =[ Does anybody have advice so I can easily do better in the next...
Hello everyone, This thread is just to talk about skips. Like how many pll skips you've had in a row, in a day. How many LL skips you've had, (etc..).
I thought it would be cool to make this because I had 9 pll skips, and 2 oll skips today and I thought it was kinda cool. And I've never had a...
I am at a very young age to be cubing, (11 actually) and I am very bored that nobody cares about this but me. I know one person that might want to learn, since his older brother is the person who made me start. Though I am not sure since he is sorta a show off. He knows like one...
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)
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How's it guys.
I've seen loads of you post about using J perms as N perms, but with a R U R' before and after, or something along those lines.
I can't seem to find it, and i hate the N perms i have now.
Please post your N perms here :)
Thanks in advance :)
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Lately i've been finding that i could possibly save myself some time by doing AUF instead of cube rotations for PLLs. Let me explain, in case you're not sure.
When i get to the PLL stage of my solve, i align the already permuted pieces to find out what PLL i need to do. For...
I do not know if I have it right but it seems that CLL + ELL has less algorithms than OLL + PLL. CLL combined with ELL has 70 algorithms altogether compared to OLL + PLL which has 78 algorithms altogether. That's only a difference of 8 algorithms but in each case the number of algorithms...
Lately I have been feeling that the speed at which I execute algs is too slow. My average is around 30 seconds with my LL being about 8-12 seconds providing i don't mess up.
I use a 2-4 look last layer. What I do is make a cross on top which I normally do with vhf2l then I do a COLL then PLL...