- Aug 24, 2020
I am a Portuguese cuber who has been speed cubing for over 6 months. I can solve any cube that is 2x2 or higher but only solve 3x3s as I do not find much fun in bigger cubes nor 2x2s. I average slightly below 20 seconds on the 3x3 using CFOP (advanced cross - intermediate/advanced F2L - 2 look OLL - full PLL). However, I find myself having become bored with CFOP and, as a result, am considering switching to Roux. I have heard good things about Roux, such as its low move count. Out of curiosity I recently learned how to solve with Roux (Fb - Sb - 2 look CMLL - LSE) and had a lot of fun practising. After having practised for only 15 minutes, I am averaging 40 - 50 seconds though I am struggling with block building. Should I stick with CFOP that I am comfortable with but find boring or switch to roux which I am not as good at but have a lot of fun doing and see how things go?