F2L can be learned entirely intuitively. Take my advice with a grain of salt because I'm a newbie, but I think most people learn F2L intuitively, gain some level of proficiency with it, and then learn algs to solve particularly long F2L cases with algs.What about F2L?
Since I'm still using the beginner's method.
I'll look up CFOP first then. ThanksCan't go wrong with any of the big three: CFOP, Roux and ZZ.
It's not currently known if any of these three is truly better than the others; while most fast people use CFOP, that could also be attributed to popularity rather than actual superiority.
Take a look at the first post in this thread. It's got a lot of detail on four good methods, and is definitely worth a read.Hi, I recently got a 3x3 speedcube and wanted to know what is the best method to speedsolve it. I started to learn F2L and I'm trying to get used to it.
Thanks in advance
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