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kubesolver

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Unfortunately i only have an old samsung, which records at a slow 30 FPS. However, I'll be sure to show the executions slowly and clearly so that you can easily follow.
By recording myself at high tps / high fps I've noticed that what I do is not exactly what I think I do. Mostly in regards to corner cutting.

With your tps you should participate in my comp, win it and get yourself high fps camera ;)
 
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By recording myself at high tps / high fps I've noticed that what I do is not exactly what I think I do. Mostly in regards to corner cutting.

With your tps you should participate in my comp, win it and get yourself high fps camera ;)
buy a xiaomi. i've bought a pocophone x3 pro from china. it was relatively cheap and it supports 960fps . it didn't arrive yet
 
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xyzzy

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Full OLL vs full PLL first?
Order doesn't matter that much if you're going to learn both eventually.

IMO learn the T shape and P shape OLLs first (OLL 31, 32, 33, 43, 44, 45), just so you get a feel of what recognising OLL cases is like, then move on to PLL and finally the rest of OLL. Of course, you should feel free to learn any OLL case earlier if you keep noticing it in your solves.
 

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Although order may not matter, PLL is a lot less algs/cases and-- generally speaking-- a more useful algset. I would learn PLL first as it is the quickest path to CFOP with 3LLL. Plus more time spent using PLL will just make your recogntion better and better over time. Luckily, these arguments are somewhat moot as you can learn both algsets simultaneously.
 

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The RUD V perm is very unappreciated.

R' U R' U' R D' R' D R' U D' R2 U' R2 D R2

The only problem is if your RUD sucks then the alg isn't going to be good, but instead of having a full rotation, it's just a slight regrip that's nearly instant. Move count is quite high but it's RUD spam so that isn't as big of a deal. I learned it like 20 minutes ago and its already as fast as my normal V perm on average
 
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The RUD V perm is very unappreciated.

R' U R' U' R D' R' D R' U D' R2 U' R2 D R2

The only problem is if your RUD sucks then the alg isn't going to be good, but instead of having a full rotation, it's just a slight regrip that's nearly instant. Move count is quite high but it's RUD spam so that isn't as big of a deal. I learned it like 20 minutes ago and its already as fast as my normal V perm on average
I used to use the rotation V-perm but it felt so slow so I switched to that. I average the same time but it feels faster. I always thought that was the standard V-perm. Which is the standard?
 

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The RUD V perm is very unappreciated.

R' U R' U' R D' R' D R' U D' R2 U' R2 D R2
"Underappreciated" might be applicable two or three years ago, but a lot of fast people are using some RUD V perm now…

I'm still the fastest with the good old rotationful V perm, personally. This other sort-of-classic RUD V perm is cool too:
R U2 R' D R U' R U' R U R2 D R' U' R D2
(regripless starting from thumb on bottom)

And speaking of RUD algs for "bad" PLL cases, here's a rare RUD Na perm:
R U2 R' (U' D') R2 U R U' R2 D R' U R2 U2 R'
(also regripless starting from thumb on bottom)
 
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"Underappreciated" might be applicable two or three years ago, but a lot of fast people are using some RUD V perm now…

I'm still the fastest with the good old rotationful V perm, personally. This other sort-of-classic RUD V perm is cool too:
R U2 R' D R U' R U' R U R2 D R' U' R D2
(regripless starting from thumb on bottom)

And speaking of RUD algs for "bad" PLL cases, here's a rare RUD Na perm:
R U2 R' (U' D') R2 U R U' R2 D R' U R2 U2 R'
(also regripless starting from thumb on bottom)
or you could use opposite OLLCP and avoid v-perms whatsoever :p
 
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