#### RhysC

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The best ways to memorize them is to work it what they actually do.

#### Kudz

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I think you should try do them intuitive, after it You should be able to see all cases.

#### MoyuFTW

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I think you should try do them intuitive, after it You should be able to see all cases.
Yep, and if you're confused over the word intuitive, a synonym for that word is basically 'practice'. Just keep solving. You'll get better at it as you go

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I think that most cases should be learned intuitively apart from maybe a couple of awkward cases and the R U R' U' R U R' U' R U R' U' (triple sexy)

#### Brold

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Yep, and if you're confused over the word intuitive, a synonym for that word is basically 'practice'. Just keep solving. You'll get better at it as you go
So just practice and when a case pops up I will refer to a sheet or something to use the algorithm and I will get it eventually?

#### stoic

Like most things in cubing, practice is generally the answer.
I wouldn't get hung up on whether algorithmic or intuitive is best to learn, however. Everyone's different, and over the long term algorithmic and intuitive converge anyway.

#### DELToS

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What would be the best way to go about learning full ZBLL? I know how to recognize them, how should I go about learning the algs, and matching the case to the alg?

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What would be the best way to go about learning full ZBLL? I know how to recognize them, how should I go about learning the algs, and matching the case to the alg?
well, I would learn them in order of their CLL and go something like solved (pll) H, Pi, Headlights, bowtie, sune/antisune

#### abhishek2607

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fridrich algs

can anyone please tell me how to memorize the algorithms

#### Jaysammey777

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1) look for cool little finger tricks and patterns that you can easily memorize.
2) track f2l pairs as you execute the algs, this can sometimes create some cool paths that are unique and easy to follow.
3) don't overwhelm yourself, learn as many as you can at one time, but not too many that you don't remember any of them
4) have fun with it. Don't let it be a nuisance

#### CubingFTW

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I need help memorizing algorithms

i cant seem to memorize algorithms, i only have the h perm memorized

#### Bindedsa

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i cant seem to memorize algorithms, i only have the h perm memorized
Have you tried simply repeating the algorithm dozens of times? If that doesn't work looking for patters in the moves can help.

#### thatskden

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I have one maybe two more algorithms to learn for the 3x3 before I move onto attempting F2L but the algorithms are long compared to the other algorithms I've managed to memorize. Does anyone have a way of memorizing an algorithm? What works best for you?

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I have one maybe two more algorithms to learn for the 3x3 before I move onto attempting F2L but the algorithms are long compared to the other algorithms I've managed to memorize. Does anyone have a way of memorizing an algorithm? What works best for you?
I usually remember a few moves at a time like i might learn R F R L then move on to R2 F l Y' until i finish learning the alg.

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Do it 20 times in a row, and your brain will break it up into patterns automatically.

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Do it 20 times in a row, and your brain will break it up into patterns automatically.
20 times ? wow

#### Cubified

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Make words with it. Like in2x2 there is an alg that is: R' U R' D2 R U' R' D2 R2 B'. So what I said was roar D roar Dr. B it's an acronym

#### aybuck37

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I cannot do like any algs during feet. Mostly because I only have muscle memory. Any way to fix this?

#### Yetiowin

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Use easier algs for the time being. Practice algs until you get muscle memory for your feet.