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[Unofficial] My apologies for an analysis request

JTW2007

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I've been wanting to improve my 5x5 lately, after watching a lot of Dan Cohen's videos. Would someone good at 5x5 mind giving me some advice? I have a pretty average solve here:

[youtube]d2JLbSDaGGg&feature=player_profilepage[/youtube]
 

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Define "good at 5x5".

J/K, I'll watch the video now and edit in tips.

EDIT:

Hard to say, I think centres are your weak point, work on TPS for them. I think you should also learn some alternative algs for cases you usually use M/M' moves for (regarding 3x3 stage).
 
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