Silk isn't slow though. It does make the cube slower if you add too much (same with any other non-water based lubes) but with the right amount it makes it silky smooth and more fluid. It doesn't react well to every cube so perhaps that's just you but I don't remember Silk slowing down my RS3M2020.Use Breeze, Calm, or Swift for the RS3M 2021.
Mystic cuz silk slow as heck
I'm sub 3.1 with CLL and I only one-look one or two move layers.Hey guys, I've started learning how to one look solves on 2x2, and rn, i'm sub-4 with eg-1
so I don't think I can be sub-3 without one looking, if anyone of you are, please tell how are you sub-3 without knowing how to one look. One more thing, should I learn one looking before becoming sub-3? I think I can only get sub-3 global if I one-look
I've watched jperm's tutorial, now I will also watch ram thakkar's video in which he shows all 40 first face cases (should I try to one look them by myself, or by using the tricks he shows?) and lastly I will also watch will callan's video on one looking
I'm sub 3.1 with CLL and I only one-look one or two move layers.
lol isn't this a 4 move face8. (1.22)
y x' // inspection
U' R U' R2 F R U2 // solve, one-looked
Yeah, do an ao25 on both face/layers session and do another two ao25s on CLL and EG-1Um tbh idk about the sub-1 layers because some of the scrambles were kind of lucky
Also no i cannot sub-1 most CLL and EG-1 algs also i still use those from jperm's video which has mirrored algs so are they ok because idk if i can sub-1 the lefty algs
Edit: should I do a session in which i only do faces to check how fast i consistently do my faces?
Do you mean the splits thing i did or just drilling CLL and EG-1 algs?and do another two ao25s on CLL and EG-1
Also what about thisI still use those from jperm's video which has mirrored algs so are they ok because idk if i can sub-1 the lefty algs
I also did that (not EG1)All right, your layers look pretty decent, all sub-1. I know hitting the space bar would slow down your solves a bit, so I'll subtract 0.2-0.3 from the CLL/EG-1 split. First, here's a question. Can you sub-1 most of the CLL/EG-1 algs? If you can, you really need to improve on recognition, since it's taking you about a second, sometimes maybe 2 seconds to recognize the case. If you can't sub-1 your algs, then work on your turning speed. Drill your algs until you can sub-1 most of them, then work on recog.
If you have time, also do some CLL/EG-1 alg drilling sessions, go to the 2x2x2 under ===WCA=== then choose EG0 and EG1