At that speed, probably not. If you really enjoy learning algs, then you can learn COLL if you want, but it's definitely not something you need to do for a while, if at all. It's basically just working on F2L. Try to find creative ways to pair up things; even if you feel like you're doing a case fine, there may be a better/alterante way to do it. The best way to do this is really think about F2L during slow solves, and playing around with other ways to possibly pair them up. I learned some cool ways to pair things up because I've been tinkering with intuitive ZBLS.Hi Guys,
I am sub25 with CFOP and just finished learning full OLL (and PLL a while ago). At this point, other than improving lookahead and F2L efficiency, and drilling algs, should I consider learning COLL? Any advice is appreciated!
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