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My progression thread, I guess. (Road to Sub-10 CFOP) | Journey to Full OLL!

Can I reach sub-15 by Summer 2022?

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Oct 26, 2019
The Land of 11,842 Lakes
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Alright so I need help getting to sub-24. I've been hovering at the edge getting 23s and 24s sometimes 25s. I close. Yesterday, I got a full 23 average, and today I'm getting lots of PB averages. My F2L is fast, but sometimes it ends around like 16 seconds into a solve after 2.5 seconds cross. OLL needs some work, but PLL is ok. Lots of PB averaages today as well as a couple sub 20 solves. Please help!
I’d learn full PLL if you haven’t, start learning OLL after that, and just keep doing solves to improve your F2L lookahead.
Aug 30, 2020
On a long train journey, Smashin' PBs one a stop
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So I took a break from 3x3 for a while because I love 4x4, and now I'm back! I will continue with OLL for now. So does anyone know any other algs for A perms? I want to switch as the lefty one is kind of slow for me.
Use l' U R' D2 R U' R' D2 R2 and x R2 D2 R U R' D2 R U' R

I just use the standard A perms using my right hand, although I am aware that the lefty a perms are optimal. You should just drill them more, and naturally they will get faster.
Righty A perms are optimal. Git gud at lefty D2s pls.