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Quest to learn full OLLCP [Cancelled]

Will I learn Full OLL?

  • Duh

    Votes: 14 82.4%
  • Nooooo-Yeah

    Votes: 1 5.9%
  • No

    Votes: 2 11.8%

  • Total voters
    17
  • Poll closed .

LukasCubes

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Well, at least you didnt change it to "Quest to find my missing 3x3 [Week 1]" :p
lol that'd been funny

Edit: this quest and the one for OLLCP will be on this thread. Everything else will be on 1 different thread just so you know.
 
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Skewb_Cube

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i dont think he needs to practice because hes not gonna use all these in speedsolving its just for learning algs. But recog is very important.
He probably will need a little bit of practice to at least not forget the algs he has learnt, for example, imagine someone learning full PLL but only uses 2 look PLL so he/she probably will forget the algs he/she learned.
 

LukasCubes

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do you practice execution as well? or just algs. also what about recog?
yes. I have something called a 60 drill where you learn then do the alg 60 times in a row without having to look back at the alg.

i dont think he needs to practice because hes not gonna use all these in speedsolving its just for learning algs. But recog is very important.
you are completely right.
the sune/antisune COLL cases are not worth it
i know i just like learning algs.
 

kubnintadni

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Jan 4, 2018
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Instead of just spamming it 60 times, it would be much more efficient to work in at least some spaced repetition. You could use a flashcard SRS such as Anki or Kitsun, create your own Leitner Box, spend some time each day doing random cases you've learned, or just doing solves: something other than just spamming it 60 times. Unless you're experimenting to figure out finger tricks, there is no possible way you're not running into insane diminishing returns with that approach.
 
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