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[Help Thread] Skewb Discussion and Help

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I'm not very good at critiques, but from what I see, there are a couple things I noticed.

Inspection: Use more, your layers are quite inefficient
Advanced: You seem to be pausing in between sledges. learn what leads to what


You also might benefit from learning some algs for the worse advanced cases. Your turning is pretty good :).



Yes, actually: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1j-SGlgZk20D3d2TyeiXhMWzeyTBuuix3Owgj9Q8rNbo/edit?usp=sharing

This has more than just TCLL and is really good for a lot of things so I recommend you check it out if you wanna improve ;)
Thanks!
 

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i know this has been asked a lot but is kirjava-meep a good method?
I'm learning some L5C algs and my tps is kinda slow because the algs dont fingertrick well does anyone know any good videos on fingertricks or other really fast methods?
 
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I’m learning them in small groups of similar cases, I was just wondering if there is a good order to do it in, ie. peanut center on u cases first and pure pi last or something like that
 

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Z3cubing is the best when it comes to Skewb tutorials on youtube.
Z3 isnt even that good. I would reccoomend karam al robai, george scholey, jayden mcneill, rami, riley norrid, my channel(I do loads of skewb), and luigi soriano
In my opinion, when the case is nothing -> beginner or beginner-> intermediate, Z3Cubing is the best. He is clear about the basic concepts and he is patient in his tone.

But once you get pass that, Z3Cubing have no vids at all and the peoples @u Cube mentions helps a lot. So they are both good in some way.
 

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I’m learning them in small groups of similar cases, I was just wondering if there is a good order to do it in, ie. peanut center on u cases first and pure pi last or something like that
Everything reduces to a different case until you only have a sledge/hedge left. There are like 5 different things you need to learn and then you just put an adjacent center in front and you're all set.
 

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i know this has been asked a lot but is kirjava-meep a good method?
I'm learning some L5C algs and my tps is kinda slow because the algs dont fingertrick well does anyone know any good videos on fingertricks or other really fast methods?
Sorry for so many posts rn but I havea sarahs advanced tutorial it js a lot better than kirmeep.
 
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