But don't forget to read the comment section. Jperm isn't 100% experienced with Roux and ZZ and made some mistakes. If you search through the "I use 1 look cube method" comments you'll find some fair points for the other methodsWatch the last Jperm video on youtube.
He showed the qualities and defects of each method, and chose the 2 best In general
Excuse me for my ignorance, but what is FB? Plus EoLine sounds better than EODFDB.ZZ. It's CFOP but improved. You need EOCross and ZBLL, but it's definitely better than CFOP when done properly. Roux is also very good and probably equal to ZZ.
If you wanna be different, use LEOR. The steps are: FB (like Roux), EODFDB (EOLine but with FB solved), RB (like Petrus), ZBLL (or OCLL/PLL or COLL/EPLL). The only step without resources is the EODFDB step, but the method as a whole has potential imo.
Yes, yes, ish. If you're into 3x3, OH and feet, ZZ. If you only care about OH, Roux. If you want a decent platform for everything, CFOP, if you want to be good at 3x3, OH, feet and ish big cubes, ZZ.If you want to be an allrounder with all disciplines, go with CFOP.
If you want raw 3x3/OH power, use Roux
If you're specifically into OH or even Feet, definitely try ZZ
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