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Andrew Ricci - PLLs with Execution (Cubing World)

Andrew Ricci

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Noah asked me to do a video showing how I execute all my PLLs. Here was the result.

Almost everything is pretty standard algorithm-wise, but some of them are done in ways some of you may not be familiar with.
 

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Nice.

One thing I don't understand about videos like this. Why do you (and other videos I've seen) perform the fingertricks differently when it's slow than how you really do it when fast? For example, at 7:20 (Ub)... you wouldn't regrip before the last R' in the fast execution so why show it in the slow one? (Or why even regrip after the second U instead of after the U'?) This is a simple example and there were others, but if people are trying to copy the fingertricks, they're going to want to see exactly how it's done in slow motion with which fingers or with regrips or not.
 
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Nice.

One thing I don't understand about videos like this. Why do you (and other videos I've seen) perform the fingertricks differently when it's slow than how you really do it when fast? For example, at 7:20 (Ub)... you wouldn't regrip before the last R' in the fast execution so why show it in the slow one? (Or why even regrip after the second U instead of after the U'?) This is a simple example and there were others, but if people are trying to copy the fingertricks, they're going to want to see exactly how it's done in slow motion with which fingers or with regrips or not.
It's probably something he just didn't notice, since muscle memory might be a bit different to what he thinks he does.
 

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Maybe. I guess I find it weird because I do know what I do and would make a point of showing that if I were to do a PLL execution video, one point of which is to show the fingertricks, not just the algorithm. Actually, this video isn't bad... he does show a lot of the fingertricks he uses. I guess I was just getting tired of seeing these "mistakes" and some other videos I've seen are full of them. I just felt like mentioning it now because it bugs me... slightly...
 
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