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I'm Tyler

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Hello everyone! I am a cuber from Michigan, and just got into cubing about a month ago when I saw my friend who averaged about 5 minutes. The next time I went to my dads house, I told him about it and he said he had a cube in his room so he went and got it for me. I kept practicing my solves and my average is about 1 minute and 12 seconds. My best single is 57 which I just reached the other day! I am learning the Fridrich method currently and am looking forward to my speed cube I am getting in two weeks. I've played with my friends 4x4x4 but unfortunately couldn't solve parity :confused: . I learned my 3x3x3 method from a YouTube user known as pogobat, and now I am learning Fridrich form badmephisto, as recommended by my friend Wes.
 
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Welcome! What speedcube are you getting?
For fridrich, I think you should learn intuitive f2l (like you probably are from badmephisto), and 2 look OLL and PLL first. Look in the speedsolving wiki for lists of algs and choose the one that you like best.
Good luck and have fun cubing!
 
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