There are 4 main ways but they all interlink and are most effective when used together:I'm learning oll and pll and want to know any tips for memorizing algs.
It's quite hard to learn algorithms at first, but as you learn more it gets easier and easier.Thanks, that worked. I probably should of thought of that myself, guess I had a brain fart. I now can solve the entire 3x3 without paper!
I am also in the process of learning OLL's too, and I have a bit over half done. I have found this website (not mine) :I'm a little over half way done learning full OLL and as I continue to tack on more and more algs, I'm having trouble recalling them sometimes and getting confused as to which algs apply to which cases.
I've used CStimer to generate last layer scrambles and just grind last layer solves for a while, but with so many different OLL cases I can often go entire sessions without seeing one of my recent cases once.
Got any suggestions for a way to grind OLL recognition and execution?
PERFECT!!! Thank you so much!I am also in the process of learning OLL's too, and I have a bit over half done. I have found this website (not mine) :
You can click on "choose Oll" to select/un-select OLL's you need/don't want.
It's pretty helpful to me for drilling specific OLL's.
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