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Intuitive F2L or Algorithm based F2L??

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MrRubix3

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Hey everyone, i have this problem when speedcubing..F2L process really slows me down...so i was wondering and i would like to know wich is faster; Intuitive F2L or Alg. based F2L?? Also, is it possible to get a sub 20 or sub 10 using intuitive F2L??

Is just that ive heard people saying that they recommend intuitive F2L rather than alg. based F2L ..Then why am i so slow with it.. I use intuitive by the way...And it takes me like 30 secs to finish F2L..=(( I need help..
 

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Learn algorithms for cases that take you a long time to solve intuitively, or just tough cases in general that a lot of moves. But as always, it always comes down to practice (more specifically look-ahead when you're talking about F2L).
 

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Ok..now..do you think it is possible to get sub 20 or sub 10 using only intuitive F2L?
Sub 20 is easily possible, but sub 10 is a bit skeptical. Pretty much all sub 15 cubers that use CFOP know at least a couple of F2L algorithms.

Is it? lol ;b
No, I'm sure Feliks knows full F2L, if not, at least half of it. He knows a bunch of ZBLL algorithms, so I'm sure he knows full F2L.
 
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Normally I wouldn't just close a repeat thread like this, but this particular thread gets repeated quite often.

Here is a link to this forum's search feature with "intuitive" as a keyword. It gives a number of other threads with quite a lot of content related to your question.

Should you have any further comments or questions on this topic, please post them in one of the currently existing threads.

Happy cubing!
 
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