That sounds like a terrible dream. Last night I just dreamt of cheese.Last night I had a nightmare where Anthony was a motivational speaker on Skype/Zoom and took his job way too seriously. He was also very very bad at his job and incredibly aggressive. It was a weird nightmare, to say the least.
I am so used to kids asking to scramble and solve it, that I usually bring 3-4 3x3's, but it is usually my friends, and I taught some of them how to solve it so it makes it more fun.Niceeeee it’s funny when your classmates react to you solving. Can I scramble it? Can I solve it?
6x6 update: I just learned a good way to be solving the 6x6 last four edges, and I'm just wondering how I didn't figure it out before.I've been trying to improve my lookahead in big cubes (5/6/7). I average sub 1:20/2:30/3:40 on the events, and I use the plain reduction method. Yau and Hoya don't really work for me, as I have trouble keeping layers together, and prefer the freedom redux gives me. What should I be looking for when looking ahead at big cube edges in general?
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