I wanted to get faster at 5x5, like less than 3 min at least. I just started solving 5x5 this week but only averaging around 4 min. Is there a video on 5x5 advanced edge pairing? I went on youtube but videos were all so old and out of date.
Anything about "Preserving pairs"?
I usually just ignore premade pairs as it takes me longer than just doing the cross and then finding the first pair.
and what about the cases that doesnt exist in there? sometimes when I finally do the alg my edge ends up not in right place and I have to do PLL anyway( I thought that K4 is magical method when we avoid doing OLL and PLL by doing uber fast commutators). In the video ive linked there is a set up I think but this guy doesnt explain how to do it(alg), in what cases(the matter where edge should go after connecting them etc). Can somebody help?[a;b] = aba'b'
[a:b] = aba'
[a:[b;c]] = abcb'c'a'
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