#### OtterCuber

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How are CFOP algs named? Are the alg movements supposed to look like the letters? For example, why are the Ua and Ub algs in PLL named that way? Thank you.

#### BenChristman1

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How are CFOP algs named? Are the alg movements supposed to look like the letters? For example, why are the Ua and Ub algs in PLL named that way? Thank you.
They are supposed to be named based on how the diagram looks, but some of them don’t really make sense. You might enjoy these JPerm videos where he renames all of the PLLs.

#### TheCubingCuber347

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Is this the highest TPS solve on 3x3 or has someone gotten higher?

#### zzoomer

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Is this the highest TPS solve on 3x3 or has someone gotten higher?
It's the highest TPS solve

#### TheCubingCuber347

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It's the highest TPS solve

Apparently it's not. This one is 13.88 TPS

#### MJbaka

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Does anyone know anyone know good resources to study CP for 2x2? I want to learn how to CP while I solve my first side so that I only have to do seven algorithms for the last layer but maintain the efficiency of CLL

#### BenChristman1

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How should I fingertrick the RUuf Gc perm? Also, what “sticker” should I use to determine the AUF?

#### zzoomer

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How should I fingertrick the RUuf Gc perm?
Also, what “sticker” should I use to determine the AUF?
I just memorized each possible AUF case and the corresponding AUF. If you want, you can just visualize the UF edge being moved with a single U'. Doesn't really matter how you predict AUF.

#### Melvintnh327

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I just memorized each possible AUF case and the corresponding AUF. If you want, you can just visualize the UF edge being moved with a single U'. Doesn't really matter how you predict AUF.
aha, the wide G perm god is here

#### tsmosher

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Does anyone know the average move count for:
• Mehta PLL + 1
• TTLL (best set of algs as it exists today)
Thanks.

#### Thom S.

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I think it's fair to say that since he was online last 10 full years ago, this answer isn't of much use. That and the fact that he got at least 2 Answers 11 years ago agoalready.

#### voidrx

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I think it's fair to say that since he was online last 10 full years ago, this answer isn't of much use. That and the fact that he got at least 2 Answers 11 years ago agoalready.
Ok lol

#### BenChristman1

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Is there a variant of Petrus where you do EO and CP at the same time, thus giving a 2GLL?

#### zzoomer

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Is there a variant of Petrus where you do EO and CP at the same time, thus giving a 2GLL?
It would be better to do EO -> dbR block -> CPLS -> 2GLL

#### BenChristman1

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It would be better to do EO -> dbR block -> CPLS -> 2GLL
In YruRU, CP is done during the first step, so isn’t it the exact same thing, because the edges that are already solved don’t matter?

#### Dan the Beginner

What is a realistic time to aim for completing the 2 blocks for a Roux Beginner after 3 months? and what does it need to be in order to be able to get solves under 60 seconds consistently (my ultimate goal)?

It's been 3 months since I started Beginner Roux. I do about 40 to 50 solves on most days. My average time just for block building is 58 seconds (Cubeast), although I get an occasional ~35 second time with a bit of luck. Something seems wrong.

#### PetrusQuber

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What is a realistic time to aim for completing the 2 blocks for a Roux Beginner after 3 months? and what does it need to be in order to be able to get solves under 60 seconds consistently (my ultimate goal)?

It's been 3 months since I started Beginner Roux. I do about 40 to 50 solves on most days. My average time just for block building is 58 seconds (Cubeast), although I get an occasional ~35 second time with a bit of luck. Something seems wrong.
I can’t really answer for the questions, since I don’t use Roux, but perhaps utilising example solves and seeing how they build blocks efficiently will help long-term. The thread on how to practice, and the Roux guides are all generally helpful