Well, a lot of world class speedcubers have learned a chuck of ZBLL, but only easy to recognize onesWow that's pretty crazy, do a lot of top cubers use ZBLL at this point? I remember several years ago it was thought to be too time intensive to learn and too challenging to implement to really be of any benefit.
About 25-30. I got a Stackmat really late compared to most people. I didn’t know about csTimer until after I got my Stackmat. Another question, I got it about 1.5-ish years ago and haven’t had to change the batteries. Is this normal?
hmm i used to use cstimer but i didnt really like it. I first timed myself when i got my first single of 5 minutes. Then i used cstimer at around 3 - 1.30 minutes.For me I learned about Cstimer when I averaged about 25, before then, I would always have to get someone else to time me or use this really bad stopwatch I had at my house.
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