if you need help after u watch those come to minesYeah, a Fridrich F2L should only take a little over 30 moves.
If you need any help with learning an intuitive F2L, may I point you toward these videos?
Part one: http://youtube.com/watch?v=RtBLFPwwjG0
Part two: http://youtube.com/watch?v=lajQYMpc_L0
If you need any more help with intuitive Fridrich F2L, just let me know
Greetings Edward brother,If that is true, I will make sure to call it CFOP.
Alright Kirjava,Most of this is already known, the rest is incorrect.
Joseph Goebbels said:"Eine Lüge muss nur oft genug wiederholt werden. Dann wird sie geglaubt."
wiki said:The Fridrich Method, also CFOP; Cross, F2L, OLL and PLL, was popularized by Jessica Fridrich. It is... [irrelevant stuff removed] ...The fact that the name Fridrich method is used for this method can be discussed. Fridrich was the first to publish and popularize the method although several other people also invented this method at the same time. A 'better' but less used name for this method would simply be the CFOP method.
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