Yeah. The reality is that you don't need it before then.I was sub17 before learning full OLL. It depends on the person.
I don't fully agree with this. Even though until sub20 F2L is being the hardest part to improve and should be the biggest focus, I think that learning OLL as soon as possible can only help later. All the solves you do when your learned full OLL will be using full OLL for the LL, which in turn helps a lot with performing the algs. Even after having performed an alg 1000 times you still improve at them even if it's a small amount, and to perform 1000 times an OLL alg you might do in average 57,000 solves since there are 57 of them ( assuming each as the same probability to show up even though it's not true ). Also, learning full OLL earlier will also drop one's average 2-3sec. You can't tell someone, no, keep at 26, you got to get sub25 by improving your F2L, learning full OLL at your average is cheating.Yeah. The reality is that you don't need it before then.
It's funny to think I used to be like "Oh I'm not going to learn full OLL. It only drops two seconds or so"
If only I could drop two seconds or so now
How did learning all 57 OLLs drop your time by 3 seconds? [F : [R, U]] and [F : [R, U]'] barely takes one second to execute. Plus, there's a factor of recognizing the OLL cases, which is a bit more difficult than recognizing OCLL.After learning full OLL my average went from around 25 seconds to sub 20. Over half of that was from speeding up my F2L though. Full OLL knocked off about 3 seconds, the rest was F2L.
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