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?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
well, I would learn them in order of their CLL and go something like solved (pll) H, Pi, Headlights, bowtie, sune/antisuneWhat 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?
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.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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