I will greatly disagree.Hello,
I am not a Roux solver myself but I would recommend using CFOP for OH. The M slices may get a little awkward and there are much better fingertricks for CFOP. A roux solver can correct me on this.
If you are flexible with what method to use, check out JPerm's OH fingertrick tutorial.
I will greatly disagree.
M moves get awkward: Practice. MU can be done OH very close to the same speed as 2H
Much better fingertricks: Not really. RrU is very good, and no rotations
But he's not asking for that, he's asking how to get better at Roux.
Kian has some good videos. Learn how to do a lot of different moves. FB is the most awkward part, but it doesn't have to be that bad. Scramble the cube and find a FB and do it. Scramble again and repeat.
I mean that's ok. Some people will go off of just world rankings alone to determine the best method, which isn't really good for various reasons. Try both and see what you like better, but don't just blindly trust people (including me).I was clearly given the wrong advice.
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