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I am in the progress of learning OLL, but am have some problems. I am using The Cube App’s learn page which gives a new oll to learn every day, which I like. The problem is that the graphic to show which oll it is doesn’t show all the sides.😓 I’ve been able to make do but I can’t anymore. The alg for this case doesn’t work, and I looked at cubeskills as well and it also didn’t work..? I feel like a noob, but I’m doing both algs correct and in the right orientation. What am I doing wrong on these algs and do you have a better recommendation for where to learn OLL?
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I am in the progress of learning OLL, but am have some problems. I am using The Cube App’s learn page which gives a new oll to learn every day, which I like. The problem is that the graphic to show which oll it is doesn’t show all the sides.😓 I’ve been able to make do but I can’t anymore. The alg for this case doesn’t work, and I looked at cubeskills as well and it also didn’t work..? I feel like a noob, but I’m doing both algs correct and in the right orientation. What am I doing wrong on these algs and do you have a better recommendation for where to learn OLL?
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The Cube Skills alg is much better, use that one. If a letter is lower case you move multiple layers at once. So "f" would be moving the F layer and the S layer together. The same applies to, say, "r". "r" means move the right layer and the M' layer together but if it said "l" you would move L and M.
 
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