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[Member Intro] Meet Jaden, the future world record holder!

MJbaka

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Joined
Jun 3, 2021
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Location
Idaho
What's up, my name is Jaden Bills and I am a fourteen year old cuber from Rigby, Idaho. I started cubing in February 2021 and I am currently now averaging 15-17 seconds. If you have any tips for me, throw them at me, because I want to do anything I can to get better. My Cross is about 2 seconds, my F2L is 8-10 seconds, my OLL is 2-4 seconds (I know about 40 OLLs), and my PLL is 1-3 seconds. If you want to see me improve and follow along with my journey, you can subscribe to my youtube channel, Jaden Bills. I also don't really practice other events except for OH, where I average about 35 seconds and my PB is 24 seconds. My 3 by 3 PB is 10.42 and my PB average is 15.14 seconds. Also, my favorite algorithm is an E perm, because I love executing them, but I am terrible at recognizing them. Also, yes I use CFOP, and my current main is a Dayan Zhanchi Pro M, but only because I accidentally overlubed my Gan 356 XS. anyway, it was nice introducing myself and I hope I can become a part of your community!
 

moh_33

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Joined
Jul 17, 2020
Messages
146
as an old cfop user (now uses roux and petrus)
try winter variation?

Best of luck future world record holder >:] But my bets are still on Feliks >:]
 

Waffles

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Joined
Apr 4, 2021
Messages
210
Location
Melbourne, Australia
Try learning like advanced sets such as WV/COLL and focus on improving your f2l.

If you haven’t already practise planning your first pair in inspection and predicting OLL from last pair. I know these things are more advanced but personally I find them EXTREMELY helpful and I knocked 3 seconds off my average in less then a week.

Also try learn some other events to mix it up, I suggest Megaminx and 4x4.

Personally I average 16ish with CFOP on 3x3 so I think we are kind of equal level except my f2l is about 6 seconds and I started cubing in 2019.
 

PCCuber

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Joined
Nov 9, 2020
Messages
91
Location
London, England
Whenever I overlube a cube I just take it apart and then clean it thoroughly with a tissue, and then put it back together and lube it again.
 

zzoomer

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May 9, 2021
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USA
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Welcome to the forums!

Although I use ZZ nowadays, I have a good amount of experience with CFOP. The most important thing you should work on at your level is lookahead. Try "chill solving".


Also, finish learning full OLL/PLL and then focus on optimizing the aigs. Your PLL's should all be sub-2 and your OLL's should be sub 1.5. Winter variation and COLL is a waste of time at your level and there is no need to learn any of it. If you want you can learn a couple easy cases but it's not necessary.
 
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