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How to be sub 20


Feb 20, 2017
Not disagreeing with anyone here - this is all great advice. My times are similar to the original poster - one thing I'm currently using to improve PLL recognition and execution is JPerms PLL trainer (jperm.net). I don't have a lot of time to practice and its a great way to isolate PLL cases that I'm looking to improve and drill them in a way that seems to translate well to real solves.