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Aug 10, 2019
Somewhere in the cubing universe
I currently know f2l, and I am thinking of learning the advanced cases from jperm's pdf. I tend to agree with what Lazermonkey said as trying to work it out by yourself can be challenging, and learning the optimal execution is extremely helpful if you have trouble. Stealing from another thread, someone stated that at first they will seem to be algorithm based then when you do them more they will seem intuitive and make sense. Continue learning, its worth it in the long run