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[Unofficial] 3x3 Solve 33.91

Hovair

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Also I noticed that on some of the U primes you used your whole hand. Maybe getting in the habit
of using your left index or right thumb could be helpful.

Sorta Off-Topic: Where did you get that sticker?
Thanks fro the advice and I made the sticker/logo with photoshop. It has my name and a picture of a cube.
 

Jungleterrain

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I like solve videos better when I am able to hear the turning of the cube, but this is just my personal opinion. Optimize your F2L, as stated above, along with trying to incorporate more efficient fingertricks. Also, I recommend lifting the camera to a higher angle so that the people watching the video have a better view of the cube as it is being solved, therefore more people will see more of your mistakes (and good stuff, too) and they'll be able to give you some more relevant feedback.

Just keep practicing and learning from the more experienced cubers out there. Good job and keep it up! Do some more research on the forums and the wiki, too. Hope this helps and encourages you, bud.
 

Hovair

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I like solve videos better when I am able to hear the turning of the cube, but this is just my personal opinion. Optimize your F2L, as stated above, along with trying to incorporate more efficient fingertricks. Also, I recommend lifting the camera to a higher angle so that the people watching the video have a better view of the cube as it is being solved, therefore more people will see more of your mistakes (and good stuff, too) and they'll be able to give you some more relevant feedback.

Just keep practicing and learning from the more experienced cubers out there. Good job and keep it up! Do some more research on the forums and the wiki, too. Hope this helps and encourages you, bud.
My camera doesnt have a microphone and there isnt a microphone jack in it so I just put music. Thanks you fro your advice though
 
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