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Relearning OLL and PLL

CubeAddict

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I read many users relearning all their permutations because of a faster alg. Where is the best site to learn this? Dans station, Mackys site?

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Erik

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Personaly and I think that is among other too, I relearn about all PLL alg. When first learning OLL/PLL you often take 1 set of algoriths i.e. Joels', Dan's, Macky's etc. But when you are getting faster you begin to dislike some of them and start looking for other algorithms. So relearling, in my case, PLL is still going on and on and on, I recently changed 2 of my algorithms. Find the algo's that fit you well...
 

doubleyou

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I tend to choose algs that in wich I find a nice pattern of movement. this is why Dan Knights J perm is on my top three list. :)
I know its fast too, but I am not THAT much in to speed, more just the algs heh

sometimes changing the actual alg can be avoided tho. sometimes you can look for new cube rotations to change the execution of the alg.
 

doubleyou

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it just has a special move for R'U2 that I like. and the ending is REALLY fast and easy.
I got it from Jo?ls page on the fingertrick-section. you can watch a video of it too.
 
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