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Best blindfold method for 3x3

chrk623

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I am trying to learn blind solving but i see that there are a few methods for solving the 3x3 blindfolded, before i start i want to see which method suits me the best and can achieve a decent time. Any tips on which method is better or easier to learn. Advantages and disadvantages for each methods would be great. Also any great tutorial would be appreciated.
 

kamilprzyb

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The best method for beginners is Old Pochmann, then more advanced is Turbo for edges and most advanced are commutators. I reccomend this order, other methods are not worth learning, that's my opinion. I've learned from Maskow's tutorial but it is in polish, so it propably won't help you
 

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The "Best Method of 3BLD" is actually Commutators.
"Best" meaning what? Tseitsei already nailed it. M2/OP is best for beginners, 3-style is best for speed for experienced BLDers.

Also note it's not either/or. Many M2/OP users throw in some comms, and tricks from TuRBo, etc. It's not like you have to start again with 3-style, it can be reached by more gradual transition.
 
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