The only recommendation that I can give you is to learn the YAU method. It is by far the best 4x4 method now days.I need help making my time better... I use reduction(6 edge pairing method) followed by fridrich F2l then 3look LL.
My average is about 3 mins and i think I've finished reduction at around 1:30-1:45.. the rest is all 3x3x3.. which i think i'll improve on one day..
In my reduction, my centers are very slow... about 30-40 seconds.. So i'd like some center solving tips please...
With edges i've been practicing looking forward so that's getting better imo..
So overall I'd like some reduction tips
Or if someone wants to suggest I learn a different method that's great...
Why can't you get past 1:20? That's the really important question, and once you figure whatever is holding you back, you can just work on that.I need help getting sub 1:20 on 4x4. I use yau and I cant get past 1:20 can someone help me.
I have learned 3-2-3 not half centers and I DRILL oll parity.Have you learned 3-2-3 edge pairing and half center in the Yau method(I don’t know which method you use, but probably Yau)?
That should be enough for sub 1:30 on their own completely. Additionally, drill your parity algs(OLL especially).
There is already a poll in the Hardware Area about these 4x4’s by @Fukuoka Kengo James
That's about what my F2C are. I agree that my F3E need the most work. Do you think my 3-2-3 is ok? Thanks for the response btwI'm sub 50 with no l2e algs - my opinion is that f2c should be like, 3 seconds tops. First center should be completely planned during inspection so it should be less than 1 second or so.
Also first 3 edges need work. This is the part that got me the most reward to getting sub 50.
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