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Scollier

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How come some kilominxes have centers (like the unstickerd QiYi) but others don't (like the stickered (black) QiYi). Dosen't having centers on kilominxes have a disadvantage to those which don't have centers?
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PetrusQuber

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How come some kilominxes have centers (like the unstickerd QiYi) but others don't (like the stickered (black) QiYi). Dosen't having centers on kilominxes have a disadvantage to those which don't have centers?
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I guess it’s not standardised as it’s not a big event.
I would say have no centres though, like 2x2
 

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How come some kilominxes have centers (like the unstickerd QiYi) but others don't (like the stickered (black) QiYi). Dosen't having centers on kilominxes have a disadvantage to those which don't have centers?
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yeah, that's the whole reason I got a shengshou, I guess it is hard to produce a stickerless kilo without having colored centers or something
 
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what is the best 'roadmap' to getting fast at square 1 like from 1 min to sub 15 i am about 33
Square 1 is very straight forward. Learn algs, and practice. For sub 15 you don't need too many algs, just intuitive CS, intuitive CO, EO, CP, and intuitive EP. Besides that you simply need to practice a ton.
 

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A while back I found a method on YouTube. It was a variation of corners first, mixed with waterman. It had a 40 page document attached explaining the method. Unfortunately I can not seem to find the method, if anyone knows what I am talking about that would be great.
 

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In my opinion, A perms and E perms are a lot better than edge-only PLL's. I wonder if there is a set that solves edges when doing OLL with cross solved instead of corners. I do not know the name of this set (EOLL?) and if it did exist I could not find it anywhere. Is there an algorithm set anywhere and would you recommend it?
 
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