I typically go by ao1000, but everybody does it different. It also partially depends on what your average is. If it’s higher, you don’t need to do as many solves to know your global. If your average is lower, you may need to do 2000+ to figure it out.How much solves did you do to measure that?
they aren't hard to recognise, and also don't learn all of it it is not worth it, just trust meMy next big goal is Winter variation, which I only know 4 of, but am looking forward to learning the whole lot!
please please please don't tell me that they're hard to recognize I already know.
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