Yau for 4x4 is different than Yau5, and you can use Yau4 on 5x5+. However, most people either use reduction for 5x5+ or Yau5. Jayden McNeil made a video about why he thinks Yau4 is better than Yau5 for big cubes, but don't automatically assume what he says is correct. Try out all three (Yau4, Yau5, and Reduction) and decide what's best for you
Definitely Use Yau for 4x4, Redux is slightly better than Yau for 5x5, but if you find Yau more fun, go ahead and use it. I would advise against using Yau for 6x6 and 7x7 and just use redux instead.I would say the most important part is to use yau! I think that yau is the best method especially for 4x4, I am in the middle of getting better at yau, and I know I will soon average sub 1 minute. Goodluck on your path!!!
yesDefinitely Use Yau for 4x4
not for sure true, just like roux isn't for sure better/worse than CFOPRedux is slightly better than Yau for 5x5
yesbut if you find Yau more fun, go ahead and use it
Agree, although Yau can definitely be usedI would advise against using Yau for 6x6 and 7x7 and just use redux instead.
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