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One-Answer Square-1 Question Thread

Sitina

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I‘m beginner for Vandenbergh. I heard that you can learn like only 15 ep for a beginner. Then what do you do about the other cases and those with parity?
 
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I‘m beginner for Vandenbergh. I heard that you can learn like only 15 ep for a beginner. Then what do you do about the other cases and those with parity?
Just do two-look EP. Learn the U, H, and Z perms and the parity alg as well as some other easy cases, and I believe that should solve every EP case in a solve using at most two algs.
 

Thom S.

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Are there any videos of people executing algorithms very fast like there are compilations in 3x3?
 

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Is CP+EP enough to get fast on square 1? Or do you need to learn PBL
Most definitely. Full EP can be quite fast. If you can, learn all the PBL Cases that get solved with two CP algorithms. I didn't and now my recognition system doesn't allow for it.
 

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Is CP+EP enough to get fast on square 1? Or do you need to learn PBL
there is no way you need to know obl/pbl, you can be decently fast with adj/adj and opp/opp only on vandenbergh. But you need to go straight into your second adj/adj if you want to be good. For my U perms, I do adj/adj twice as it is the same number of slices as other U perms anyway
 
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