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2x2 blind

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I had a question about 2x2 blind, so when i'm doing the letter sequence, what do i do if the next letter i am going to put in is the piece that the buffer zone is, so the last piece i should do. so in the picture that peice in the back (A,Q,N) is the peice going in next, do i do a cube rotation?
 

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if you plan on doing 3bld, you should do corner-only 3x3 scrambles instead of using a 2x2
 
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I just learned2BLD and I'musing Old Pochmann. I'm averaging sub-1 with a 50-60%ish success rate. I have a sub-30 single and another 30 flat. 45s are not uncommon. My memo time is really inconsistent but my solve time is consistently sub-20. Any tips? Other than "just practice" which is honestly what I think I need most atm. Thanks in advance
 
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I just learned2BLD and I'musing Old Pochmann. I'm averaging sub-1 with a 50-60%ish success rate. I have a sub-30 single and another 30 flat. 45s are not uncommon. My memo time is really inconsistent but my solve time is consistently sub-20. Any tips? Other than "just practice" which is honestly what I think I need most atm. Thanks in advance
You may as well just learn EG-1 so you can one-look the entire solve imo
 

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