This site is frequently cited in order to check how fast solvers use roux. But the tag feature seems broken.
Most of these explanations are not very clear. First of all, I would recommend a different tutorial website, mainly because that one is really old and also because hardly any Rouxers use Orange or Red top for their blocks. Check out this one: https://sites.google.com/view/kianroux?authuser=0thank you for being patient with this, I feel my attempts at roux really have helped my CFOP style solve, and now I feel my advancements at CFOP will be helping me with roux. I'm thinking of going to roux for my 3x3x3 and CFOP after reduction for my larger cubes.
Don't learn full CMLL until you are at least sub-30. It doesn't help until you are at that point. 2 look CMLL can be done with normal OCLL algs and T and Y perms from CFOP.I've been working on learning Roux for a bit over a week now and now I want to learn CMLL. If anyone does Roux then please tell me how you learned CMLL or what website you learned it from.
Ok, I learned a 2 look CMLL from Kian Mansour's videos and now I;m learning LSEDon't learn full CMLL until you are at least sub-30. It doesn't help until you are at that point. 2 look CMLL can be done with normal OCLL algs and T and Y perms from CFOP.
It is a matter of just practice and grinding.Hi!
I’ve been cubing for about 2 months now and a few weeks ago I bought a Gan Air 356 SM. Although I really like the cube I can’t really make M-slices comfortable no matter how I adjust the tension. M’ is fine, but M is horrible.
If I adjust it so that M-slices are good, the cube as a whole is so loose that it’s uncontrollable for me.
Anyone else had the same problems and how did you solve it? Or is it just a matter of practice?
Happy new year!
Edit: is there any cube that’s extra popular amongst Roux users?
Improving efficiency in blockbuilding is hard. Mostly, efficiency comes with time. The best things you can do to help it along are probably to watch a ton of example solves and practice at https://cubegrass.appspot.com/block_trainer/.Ok, I saw on cstimer a roux subset now. Thanks
Also, he doesn't really talk about this but how could I improve efficacy for block building.
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