AJT17's Cubing Progression: Trying to become #1 in my state

AJT17

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I guess the time has come to do a progression thread. I currently average around 17 to 19 seconds, and I know all PLL but the G perms, and I know 2 look OLL with 3 other OLL algs memorized. I really think I should learn the G perms and get it over with, and I am unsure what I should do with OLL. My cross execution is somewhat decent, but I struggle with planning everything during inspection. Also my F2L is not that good, I think, I struggle with tracking pieces, and looking for other pairs when solving another pair. Any tips and other help would be greatly appreciated.

DuckubingCuber347

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Which of the G perms should I learn first?
Did I hear someone say "wide GC FTW"?

R2' u' R U' R U R' u R2 f R' f'

AJT17

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Did I hear someone say "wide GC FTW"?

R2' u' R U' R U R' u R2 f R' f'
That is an interesting algorithm, where do you hold the headlights to solve it

espeed

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As a beginner the block was important for me to recognize the G perms. Headlights always on left was good. But finding the alg that fits u best is far more important in the long run

AJT17

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Did I hear someone say "wide GC FTW"?

R2' u' R U' R U R' u R2 f R' f'
Do you have any other algorithms for the other G perms? Or only that unique one for Gc

AJT17

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I think I have learned the wide Gc perm, and now I just need to do some practice solves to see if I can recognize and execute it.

AJT17

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Are there any good Ga, or Gd perms that don't have rotations and don't use D moves that I could learn?

AJT17

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If you said you were going to learn RUD you may have misunderstood what I said before
No I understood, I am going to learn this one (F' U' F R2 u R' U R U' R u' R2)

LBr

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Ok cool I got that wrong sorry. All I have to say is with the wide movers fingertricks and execution are key
No I understood, I am going to learn this one (F' U' F R2 u R' U R U' R u' R2)
@ruffleduck the king of g perms might also help

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