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2019HENK01
Can someone tell me why I get a Nb perm (which I don't know) about every four solves, when it should only come up once every 72.

I already know what the answer is, just learn it...
Because you're exaggerating and had an unlucky streak of solves

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ep2

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Because you're exaggerating and had an unlucky streak of solves

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Yes, I know. I'm more likely to remember the solves where it comes up now that I've thought about it. Just more disappointed with myself than anything.
 

YeaBuDDy

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For Two-Sided PLL Recognition U perm how can I tell where the 3 bar is without looking at any other sides?
 
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Jupiter

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I average around 40-50 seconds with the Beginners Method. What should I learn first?
Intuitive F2L
2 Look OLL or
2 Look PLL
 

BenChristman1

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I average around 40-50 seconds with the Beginners Method. What should I learn first?
Intuitive F2L
2 Look OLL or
2 Look PLL
I don't think last layer is as important as F2L. I average sub-18, and I don't even know 2-look OLL. (I'm too lazy to learn the finished cross cases.) I would definitely work on F2L, as that's the part of the solve that takes up the most time, and that I think most people struggle with.
 

TerryD

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Is there any way to create algorithms on the fly apart from commutators? Some people mentioned it to me but I haven't though of a way to do it.
 
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