I know a total of 49 algs is what I found out lol
Wow. It's like another language to me.253 ZBLL algs, about 5 WVs, 24 COLLs which I don't know the ZBLLs for, 5 WVCPs, maybe 10 TTLLs and TSLEs, both O perm+DF-FR swap (don't ask), about 10 ELLs, UFR-LBD+UF-UR, 25 OLLs (not counting OCLLs), a lot of alt PLLs including OH (probably 20+ in total, a lot of them U perms) and quite possibly a few others. If we include non 3x3, I know CLL and EG-1 for 2x2 plus other algs for other events. So, I know at least 355 algs for just 3x3.
I highly recommend learning y perm, j perm next as it is often used in other algs like n perm. y perm permutes the corners and makes you end up with an edge cycle. it also contains two of the ollsFor actual speed solving, 24 .... Still have to learn the sune, anti-sune, and pi CMLL algs....
Although I do also know T-Perm, the three special M2 cases(because cycles don't count) and M2 parity. So that brings total alg count to 29 algs
I currently only know part of PLL part of OLL, and PBL for ortega.Lol. What the hell is an o perm? DF-FR swap? And here I am, after just learning all the plls (yes, I just learnt n perm at long last) and am facing the massive task ahead: learning full oll
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