Yeah, I know what you mean. Some solves are so easy that I can go almost full speed on F2L because I already see the next pair.I agree with Joël. There is no point going at the speed of wich you are able to see the next pair on the last pair. The first pair is the hardest, and then it just gets easier there for you should accelerate. Metronome should only be used to define your slowest speed. Why go at the exact same speed on every solve when solves differ in difficulty?
Yeah, that's how I did learn it. I already use some empty slots and it has helped. I am also planning on doing VH as my main method as soon as I finish COLL and VHF2L. The VHF2L is not really move efficient, so I plan on going full speed for last pair, which I think most people do anyway. However, for the first 3 pairs, I want to reduce my moves. I think 25 moves or less is a reasonable goal. At worst, it could be cross 7, 1-3 pair 7, so it would be 28. But since cross can many times be done in 6 and the first 2 or even 3 pairs in 6 also, I think that 25 moves is possible. What do you guys think?if u learned f2l with the 41 standard cases (like I did) learning some open slot techniques will DEFINITELY improve your time
Thanks for your advice. I'll watch the videos and give it a go.1. OLL comes before PLL.
2. Do intuitive F2L. Trust me, I thought I couldn't do it either. It will be slower at first, but you will learn tricks and recognize cases. It's very easy, and you don't need to learn any algorithms. Badmephisto's videos are very good:
Part 1: http://youtube.com/watch?v=k-xbcAMfWwM
Part 2: http://youtube.com/watch?v=4GxLM_dZqg4
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