Nothing happens. Once you graduate you are an alumniJust curious, what happens after you graduate and then compete again with a 20+ average?
I must confess that I have abandoned the project... for the 3rd time, I think. I'm hooked on big cubes for now. But I guess the better approach is to forget about the times for a long while and just keep solving on any cross color... with time you'll come back to your white times and you'll be more consistent because of the easier crosses you can get. That's my line of thought, at least. My only problem is that I cannot seem to be able to get the color scheme down so perfectly that I can be full cn at 4x4. This week I tried and I was barely below 2 minutes, instead of 1:15. I have to think a lot about the order of Yau F3E and L4C around the E-slice, I can only do that efficiently with white or yellow on my left. So, all my 4x4 practise is basically white cross.Round 536
Method: CFOP (Colour Neutral) [...]
Going Colour Neutral is proving to be quite a challenge...
Admittedly I haven't been practicing CN lately, or much at all lately. CN practice is pretty frustrating for me as progress seems to be so slow. I'm not even entertaining the idea of CN on big cubes yet. Especially 5x5 and up. I always solve white/yellow centers first, then white/yellow edges first in reduction. It's going to be very difficult to de-program that, and I don't think the benefits would be worth it on big cubes. Better off to keep practicing and improving lookahead I think.I must confess that I have abandoned the project... for the 3rd time, I think. I'm hooked on big cubes for now...
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