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GScuber

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Hey guys,
i've cubing for 5 months now and sub 15 sec (global average is like 14.50) using cfop, do y'all think that's good ? and what tips can u guys give me to continue improving and get sub 12 seconds ? I know advanced f2l, full pll and I have 7 oll's left to learn
thanks for ur answers !

oops a little mistake :
I've been cubing for 5 months now and I'm sub 15*
 

SH03L4C3

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Click on your profile picture in the top right, then there should be a “signature” option. Then you can write whatever you want in your signature. There is also an option to put a link within text, just like in Google Docs. This question (and other similar ones) can go in this thread.
Cubingtime website
Cubingtime.com

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BenChristman1

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what is the fastest method for 3x3 roux,cfop or begginer?
Definitely not beginner’s. The other 2 are pretty even. CFOP has more resources to learn it, an RUFL moveset (most of the time), and about 55-60 moves per solve, while Roux has less resources, and RrUM moveset, and about 35-45 moves.
 
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you should try searching the site before you make short threads like this, here is the FTO thread.
 
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