Not exactly advanced f2l stuff, but one good way to make sure your F2L solutions are good at a base level is to go through an F2L sheet and compare the solution there to your own. If you're solving each pair within 7-9 moves, then you should be fine, but if you're taking 11+ moves for certain cases then you should definitely try to improve that. Don't get too caught up with all the fancy S move zoomer crap, just stick with fundamental RUFL.Anybody know any advanced f2l stuff I know keyhole and don't really want to learn psuedo and I suck at x-cross cause the videos don't make any sense. Any I was wondering of there is any other advanced f2l stuff that I don't know about.
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