Sub-20 takes a pretty solid amount of work. The only method people really use is the Vandenbergh method, and it's good beacause the beginner variation is easily expandable if you want to learn something like cubeshape parity or full EP.Okay, I know nothing about Sqaure 1. Whats a good method to get sub 20? And how hard is sub 20? And a good tutorial. Thanks. Ill of course do my own research. Just want to see what you guys say.
You don't need many algs to be sub-20 though. I probably know around 10-15 total and I've averaged 19 for the past year or so.