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Race to Full ZB/ZBLL

4Chan

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OH GOD, when i saw this thread bumped I thought someone beat me to it. O_O

Haha, yessss, within the week I'll win (or if I really push it tomorrow)~
Only 24 algorithms left!
 

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Has anybody ever memorized all the algs? If so, is it only an elite few (like 5 people ever)? And are they fast, and do they have good recognition?
If you want, I can memorize them all tomorrow. d:
I only have a 90 minute long class tommorow, and the rest of the day is mine.

I'm not fast, and my recognition sucks because im using a bad system, but im switching once I know all algorithms fluently.
 

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Has anybody ever memorized all the algs? If so, is it only an elite few (like 5 people ever)? And are they fast, and do they have good recognition?
If you want, I can memorize them all tomorrow. d:
I only have a 90 minute long class tommorow, and the rest of the day is mine.

I'm not fast, and my recognition sucks because im using a bad system, but im switching once I know all algorithms fluently.

The only limits which exist, are the limits we create.
ZBLL/Cubing Journal -ZBLL:37/41-l
Aren't their like 4XY algorithms? I'm pretty sure theirs more than 41. Or at least in this race...
 

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Last time I counted, it was like, 50-ish since I'm still wasting turns on VHF2L.

Even though the optimal ZBLL is 12-13 turns on average, a bunch of my algs aren't optimal, since I chose ones which felt fast. );
 

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MY ZBLL Progress
I have taken a few days off to learn VHLS (20 algs in one day as VHLS is so easy lol)
Then we can start the Entire T set! aiming for 2 weeks

5th of june 2015.
Started T-set, 3/72

20 of june 2015,
Argghh Had to relearn 20 algs but making progress now.

23 of june 2015
36/72 T set

21st august 2015.
96 ZBLLS. T set done onto U

2/07/2015
48/72, of T set:( not enough time
 
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The easiest and most efficient way to learn a set of algs especially a set as extensive as the ones found in ZB is to devise a story scenario and attach the algs to parts of the story. This method of memorization is called Loci and it is how I remember my algs. There is no limit to how many algs you can memorize with Loci. Here is a link to help you get started... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YdfUaydquXs
 
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The easiest and most efficient way to learn a set of algs especially a set as extensive as the ones found in ZB is to devise a story scenario and attach the algs to parts of the story. This method of memorization is called Loci and it is how I remember my algs. There is no limit to how many algs you can memorize with Loci. Here is a link to help you get started... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YdfUaydquXs
There's a limit but that only applies to people who didn't travelled enough or didn't explored far enough from their house.
 
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