Beginner's corner+edge and 4 look last layer can get you to average sub 20.
Just learn the algs >
And 4-Look is the beginner's OLL right?times (reset):
57.02, 57.33, 1:00.34, 1:00.79, 1:00.81, 47.84, 50.44, 51.07, 54.93, 54.71, 44.17, 55.70, 51.19, 57.66, 58.68, DNF(31.88), 58.60, 56.20, 56.80, 50.59, 51.21, 1:01.45, 1:02.41, 59.17, 52.94, 56.01, 54.60, 52.60
number of times: 27/28
best time: 44.17
worst time: 1:02.41
current avg5: 54.52 (σ = 1.25)
best avg5: 52.07 (σ = 1.88)
current avg12: 55.96 (σ = 3.05)
best avg12: 54.08 (σ = 3.57)
session avg: 55.81 (σ = 3.86)
session mean: 55.38
1:24.13, 1:24.26, 1:24.96, 1:25.64, 1:15.50
number of times: 5/5
best time: 1:15.50
worst time: 1:25.64
current avg5: 1:24.45 (σ = 0.36)
best avg5: 1:24.45 (σ = 0.36)
session avg: 1:24.45 (σ = 0.36)
session mean: 1:22.90
Well, sorry if I sound that way.you seem very impatient/unwilling to get better but just want to immediately be fast.
srsly, keep practicing with whatever you choose to do
beginners corner+edge means placing the 4 first layer corners in after the cross, and then inserting the 4 middle layer edges using 2 algorithms to complete the first 2 layers (f2l)
You should also look into keyhole and f2l if you choose not to pursue petrus.
good petrus users can average sub 15, though it probably isn't as easy to be sub 15 with it as it is CFOP or a variation of it.
You can use any last layer method you want with Petrus. The unique feature of the method is blockbuilding F2L + Making sure the LL edges are oriented when you finish F2L. You could use OLL + PLL from there if you wanted.
Dont listen to lars he doesn't know anything about petrus...If you really don't want to learn any more algorithms, you can probably get under 30 with just what you know. I know Gilles Roux averaged under 20 with Petrus using just Niklas, Sune and Allan for the last layer.
Most of the speed increase going from 90 to 20 seconds is faster fingers and faster recognition. Learning new algs is important too, but it's not going to cut more than 20% off your move count and times.
I think the best way to practice block building is spending a lot of time solving for fewest moves. You want to do the 2x2x2 in 6 moves, and the whole cube under 60.
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