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Sub 10 Challenge (3x3)

Are you color neutral?

  • Yes

    Votes: 18 46.2%
  • No

    Votes: 9 23.1%
  • I'm thinking about it

    Votes: 6 15.4%
  • It's not even worth it to me

    Votes: 2 5.1%
  • Working on it

    Votes: 7 17.9%

  • Total voters
    39
  • Poll closed .

FishyIshy

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So @FishyIshy I have a question: Do you go to school? I am just asking because I don't know how a school age person, even if they were homeschooled or online, could practice 6-7 hours a day during the school year without staying up all night. Just wondered.
I do online school. I have a lot of time on my hands because I'm a morning person and wake up at 4 AM like everyday
 

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So @FishyIshy I have a question: Do you go to school? I am just asking because I don't know how a school age person, even if they were homeschooled or online, could practice 6-7 hours a day during the school year without staying up all night. Just wondered.
i finish my online school at 2 pm and finsish all my homework in 3 pm normally, then i spend the rest of the day cubing, and i sleep at 10 pm so that means 7 hours cubing for me lololol
 

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i finish my online school at 2 pm and finsish all my homework in 3 pm normally, then i spend the rest of the day cubing, and i sleep at 10 pm so that means 7 hours cubing for me lololol
Wow, if it's seven hours a day, then you practice the amount of the time I practice in a week.

I just posted a new video for all of you who want to see it. Her you go

Nice video, you were timing how much time you take to do all the PLLs, right?
 
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Zubin Park

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i finish my online school at 2 pm and finsish all my homework in 3 pm normally, then i spend the rest of the day cubing, and i sleep at 10 pm so that means 7 hours cubing for me lololol
Wow. I double major so I have med classes from 3-12 then I have music from 1-9. Not too much time in between lol
 

FishyIshy

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Wow, if it's seven hours a day, then you practice the amount of the time I practice in a week.



Nice video, you were timing how much time you take to do all the PLLs, right?
Yes. I don't do it too often, which is why it's kinda slow. I usually am able to Sub 1 all of my PLLs individually but all together. . . that's a different story.
 

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Honestly CP recognition (aka ROLL) is completely worth it. Your OLL time actually doesn't change, because you only think about what the CP might be DURING the execution. And PLL is much easier. However I don't execute all adj algs with headlights on the left. (Rb, Aa, Ab, Gb are the cases I don't do headlights on the left.) So I don't bother predicting where the headlights end up for adj swaps
 

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Honestly CP recognition (aka ROLL) is completely worth it. Your OLL time actually doesn't change, because you only think about what the CP might be DURING the execution. And PLL is much easier. However I don't execute all adj algs with headlights on the left. (Rb, Aa, Ab, Gb are the cases I don't do headlights on the left.) So I don't bother predicting where the headlights end up for adj swaps
it is pretty good you only need to look 2 sides in oll and pll and that really helps to lower your recog.
also this is your first message so congrats! :)
 

FishyIshy

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Honestly CP recognition (aka ROLL) is completely worth it. Your OLL time actually doesn't change, because you only think about what the CP might be DURING the execution. And PLL is much easier. However I don't execute all adj algs with headlights on the left. (Rb, Aa, Ab, Gb are the cases I don't do headlights on the left.) So I don't bother predicting where the headlights end up for adj swaps
I use all of the algs that J Perm uses except for the U perms. I use RU U perms and I do everything righty except for A perms. I have seen a difference in the times where I do CP Recognition compared to the ones where I don';t know the cases (because There are 6 for each OLL). I currently know around like 20 or something like that. I have gotten multiple sub 10s because I can predict a skip on some of the easy cases. I really am enjoying the CP Recognition process and I think that it really is 100% worth it. Glad to see that others agree with this decision to keep learning.
 

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I enjoy the hard work. I feel like it gives me something to work towards and enjoy
I stopped learning ZBLL. I'm still thinking about just doing a few COLLs for the H cases but then doing ZBLL for the other ones
I'm not forcing myself to practice though. I truly enjoy it
You guys, I got my 3rd 8 second solve ever yesterday. It was an 8.05 with a Back Sune, PLL skip. Some Yusheng Do Last Layer!!
you can just edit you know
also first quadruple post ive seen
 
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