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Journey to sub 15

ProStar

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Yes I know 57 algorithms in one day is insane but I am doing it I started at 3:30 p.m. Eastern time and have already learned 33 algorithms. Not counting All edges oriented.
Why did you start so late? And what are you at currently? And how many have you forgotten so far? And next learn ZBLL in an hour
 

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Hey everbody I was so focused on learning algs last night that I did not check here. To answer ProStar's question about where I am right now I finished learning oll at 7:36 p.m. eastern time

I used to average 19. But now I am averaging mid 17s Still trying to get sub 15. Also I will change the title of this thread to Journey to sub 15

good luck!



thanks for the algs they really helped me by the way
 

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Hey everbody I was so focused on learning algs last night that I did not check here. To answer ProStar's question about where I am right now I finished learning oll at 7:36 p.m. eastern time
I used to average 19. But now I am averaging mid 17s Still trying to get sub 15. Also I will change the title of this thread to Journey to sub 15
thanks for the algs they really helped me by the way
Nice triple post. Do you still remember all of them?
 
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I want you to tell us more about this.

What did you use to learn?
What was the proccess?
how long you focused on each alg?
what was the hardest set?
did you use mirrors?
etc
 
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goidlon

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Well to answer your questions I used the cube skills OLL PDF and I used Chris Olsons algs.

It took me about 4 hours to learn it all and I did it by finding the algs that were hardest for me and getting them out of the way by doing them first.

It took me about 4 to 5 minutes to perfect each algorithm.

The hardest set for me was knight move shapes.

Also I did not use mirrors.

By the way any tips on how to get to sub 15 would be appreciated
 

alexiscubing

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Well to answer your questions I used the cube skills OLL PDF and I used Chris Olsons algs.

It took me about 4 hours to learn it all and I did it by finding the algs that were hardest for me and getting them out of the way by doing them first.

It took me about 4 to 5 minutes to perfect each algorithm.

The hardest set for me was knight move shapes.

Also I did not use mirrors.

By the way any tips on how to get to sub 15 would be appreciated
I was averaging around 17 a few weeks ago and decided to grind before a comp. I did like an ao100 every day for a week and without learning any algs I got sub 15. My averages in comp were 15.67 and 15.19 which both had counting 16.5s rip. I will try to learn full OLL this week. (I currently know full PLL and 21 OLLs)
 

goidlon

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hey alexiscubing I am definitely better at 2 look oll then full So I think I will do what you did and then once I reach your speed I will learn oll and will change the name of this thread to journey to sub 10
 
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