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Best Cubing Resources for algs (to be expanded)

Rubiks560

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Hey guys!

Recently I've been going through docs and just learning random algs for fun and I realized that some of these really nice alg docs are super hard to find.
I wanted to create one central place for all of the best alg sites with a big variety so that people don't have to do so much searching and asking in order to find stuff.

Currently I don't have Pyraminx on there because I'm waiting on some people to give me the resources, since I suck at Pyraminx.

http://www.cyotheking.com/best-cubing-algs/

I plan to later expand the whole entire folder into other things such as "best cubing stores", "best timers", etc. Just to have one place for people to find all the info I need.
 

DGCubes

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That looks pretty awesome! I'll be using that once I build up the courage to learn another alg set.

Drew has some good tutorials for Pyraminx. I learned Pyraminx LBL from cubewhiz.com. Kind of surprised that's not there for anything else; it has a ton of algs. And for FMC, I'm no expert by far, but I learned some basics from Jay's tutorial series, so I guess you could add that.
 

SirWaffle

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It is? Sydney told me Odder and Simon worked on it. I'll gladly change it if this is not the case.
Agh sorry. My bad there. I honestly thought he had

Edit: yah at some point he sent it to me and i misunderstood him, he has lots of other projects so i figured it was another one of his but quite clearly the site says other people *facepalm*
 
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Chree

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This is awesome. I love having huge collected linking resources like this. Certainly makes teaching newbies much easier. Thanks man!

PS - The link in your sig isn't working for me for some reason.

PPS - That mega site is def not odder's.
 

Rubiks560

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This is awesome. I love having huge collected linking resources like this. Certainly makes teaching newbies much easier. Thanks man!

PS - The link in your sig isn't working for me for some reason.

PPS - That mega site is def not odder's.
Yeah someone had mentioned it not being Odder's site. Fixed that and my sig! Thanks for pointing it out.
 

Isaacattack

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I want to get comfortable with recognising all the cases before i start looking for the algs that suit me. badmephisto will have to do for now.
 
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