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[Unofficial] 9.13 average of 5 with 5 different methods

Tao Yu

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8.14 (Petrus), 10.71 (ZZ), 8.55 (Roux), 7.27 (CFOP), 11.49 (Freefop) = 9.13 average of 5 (9.23 mean of 5)
Cube: aolong v2
Don't have scrambles, sorry.

I'm planning on taking a bit of a break from cubing now as I have important exams coming up and I need to focus. So until summer, I won't be making new videos, and I probably won't be posting much on here (I'll obviously still reply to stuff in this thread though). Just to let you guys know.
 
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I really don't get how you are so fast at all these different methods. Crazy stuff.
Thanks! I just practise them individually. I actually think it would be like practising many different events. It took me a long time too, it's been 4 years now since I got my first sub 10 avg12 with CFOP.

I think the most common problem that people have when it comes to using different methods is breaking habits from other methods, and getting used to blockbuilding (my advice for blockbuilding: link). But this can be overcome with practise. I think it's just that not many people care enough about getting fast with multiple methods to put in the practise.
 
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It took me a long time too, it's been 4 years now since I got my first sub 10 avg12 with CFOP.
Mm, well there you go. The turnspeed also helps, I bet. I'm decently fast with a few different methods (avg12s: 12.xx with columns, 14.xx with roux/rouxctangular francisco/petrus/zz) but sub10 is very far away. I'll definitely check out your blockbuilding stuff - that's always been a rough point for me.
 
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