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[Help Thread] OLL and PLL Discussion

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I currently do not learn full OLL, but I have a way that is teaching me to learn it, I am almost halfway through the OLL algs. Its called a leitner box.
Her is a link on how to make one: How to Study Effectively with Flash Cards - College Info Geek ...https://www.youtube.com › watch
This is the most efficient way to study any kind of flashcards, and I thought of a 3x3 OLL version.

Here is what my flashcards look like, make them however you would like, but. this is my recommended way. IMG_0381.jpegIMG_0382.jpegIMG_0383.jpeg
 

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Use ZZ its better than CFOP don't learn 1Look OLL
That’s one way to start a fight here :D. Run while you still can.

Edit: I’m currently learning Full OLL. I don’t think your way is wrong but i cloud never learn OLLs like that. I can’t write down the algs I’ve learned without thinking a lot. I prefer learning them with JPerms OLL trainer.
 

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I personally don't think that I could learn well with flashcards, but definately give them a try. If they work, great! If not, then you haven't lost anything :)

Use ZZ its better than CFOP don't learn 1Look OLL
Can everyone please stop posting things of this nature? Whether it's CFOP being better than Roux, or ZZ better than Petrus, or whatever. All it does is makes useless conversations that change nobody's mind. The best thing to do is give them the Beginners Speedsolving Guide and tell them to look over each method and decide based on what they like best, and maybe even look into more obscure methods like PMCS, Heise, etc.

(I know that RiceMan later posted that he respected PikachuPlayz decision, I just mean overall)
 
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I personally don't think that I could learn well with flashcards, but definately give them a try. If they work, great! If not, then you haven't lost anything :)



Can everyone please stop posting things of this nature? Whether it's CFOP being better than Roux, or ZZ better than Petrus, or whatever. All it does is makes useless conversations that change nobody's mind. The best thing to do is give them the Beginners Speedsolving Guide and tell them to look over each method and decide based on what they like best, and maybe even look into more obscure methods like PMCS, Heise, etc.

(I know that RiceMan later posted that he respected PikachuPlayz decision, I just mean overall)
*Ahem* waterman.
 
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I currently do not learn full OLL, but I have a way that is teaching me to learn it, I am almost halfway through the OLL algs. Its called a leitner box.
Her is a link on how to make one: How to Study Effectively with Flash Cards - College Info Geek ...https://www.youtube.com › watch
This is the most efficient way to study any kind of flashcards, and I thought of a 3x3 OLL version.

Here is what my flashcards look like, make them however you would like, but. this is my recommended way. View attachment 11462View attachment 11463View attachment 11464
Nice, pretty much a handmade trainer.
 
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