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Hello, just joined. 3x3 bp is a minute 2 using beginners method. I can follow
along with cfop, but what worked the best for you for memorizing all the algs?
 
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Hello, just joined. 3x3 bp is a minute 2 using beginners method. I can follow
along with cfop, but what worked the best for you for memorizing all the algs?
I have not finished learning full OLL yet, but I learn algs by:

Tracking f2l pairs that move during the alg. For example, the Rb perm which I use affects the f2l pair in the back-right slot, so I track that while I execute the alg. You don’t have to do this, but find some patterns in the moves that help you remember, such as colour patterns or nice move sequences.

Drilling. This helped me to get faster at them and be consistent.

I find that you execute an alg fast if it is muscle memory, so just practise until you do not need to track anything to be able to do the alg. As such, make sure you look for good fingertricks otherwise when you get faster the poor fingertricks will slow you down.

I am no expert at 3x3 but this is what I think.
 
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