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CrispyCubing

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I average around 15-16 when I'm warmed up and i only have gotten 3 sub-15 ao5's but how to get consistent sub-15? My splits are around 3 5 3 4 and I use 2 look cmll. I could also post some of my solves to critique. Pls help
You should start learning full CMLL. I think that is the easiest and fastest way to improve at this point. I am averaging around the same as you with roux and my time splits are the same. If you want to we could race each other to full CMLL, I’d be up for that!
 

whaffle

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How are you supposed to recognize EOLR? If there's a LR edge in BD, I have to tilt the cube to see it. Should I track it during CMLL? I haven't tried tracking the LR pieces during CMLL yet, as I think CMLL should be a fast step. Also, is it still worth it to be doing FB edges as well as LR edges if I use EOLR? Recognition seems to be a fair bit worse if you use both.
 

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How are you supposed to recognize EOLR? If there's a LR edge in BD, I have to tilt the cube to see it. Should I track it during CMLL? I haven't tried tracking the LR pieces during CMLL yet, as I think CMLL should be a fast step. Also, is it still worth it to be doing FB edges as well as LR edges if I use EOLR? Recognition seems to be a fair bit worse if you use both.
Yes, you should track LR during CMLL. You can also work out where the "other" ULUR edge is by omission (so if you can't see it, it must be where you can't see). Incidentally, why do you think tracking would slow down the step? If it's because you think you need to slow down your turning to track, the real trick is learning how your CMLL affect the edges (which also means you can learn alt algs to force nicer cases).

EOBF is used by some cubers though you should only really use it if it gives you some immediate advantage (ie it leads to a shorter solution).
 

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I want to learn roux. Does anyone have a good resource to learn it from?
Kian is who I learned from, but I've heard J perm's is also good. Which figures, since he used to use Roux and any tutorial from him is guaranteed to be amazing. (Except his BLD tutorials accoring to @fun at the joy )
 
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mukerflap

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How are you supposed to recognize EOLR? If there's a LR edge in BD, I have to tilt the cube to see it. Should I track it during CMLL? I haven't tried tracking the LR pieces during CMLL yet, as I think CMLL should be a fast step. Also, is it still worth it to be doing FB edges as well as LR edges if I use EOLR? Recognition seems to be a fair bit worse if you use both.
predicting EOLR in cmll
 
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