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skeletonboy

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I don't know. But instead of posting that repeatedly, why dont you just message him? He is a popular cuber but not to the point where he is a douch-e and ignores people that ask him something. I would recomend messages him on speedsolving but not YouTube.
Oh, sorry for the double post, I thought I didn't post it cause I was in a rush. Sorry. And, ok, I'll try to do that, I thought he would be too busy doing other stuff like cubing and homework and wouldn't check messages. Thanks.

^I'm just curious. Why?
Well, I wanted to see his opinion of with or w/o torpedos. Just gathering some info. :)
 
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Chrisandstuff

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Ok im starting to work on learning full PLL I know all algs for 2LPLL and also the T-Perm and Y-Perm but the more algs im learning (only doing 1-2 a day) the more I start to worry couse they seem so similar sometimes and I dont want to mix them up. Like while I was practicing the Y-perm I ended up doing a T-Perm I didnt even realise I was doing the wrong alg till I finished the T-Perm and it didnt end the way the Y perm was supposed to(obviously). So I guess my questions are is this natural? and How do you keep yourself from not doing the wrongs algs?
 

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Ok im starting to work on learning full PLL I know all algs for 2LPLL and also the T-Perm and Y-Perm but the more algs im learning (only doing 1-2 a day) the more I start to worry couse they seem so similar sometimes and I dont want to mix them up. Like while I was practicing the Y-perm I ended up doing a T-Perm I didnt even realise I was doing the wrong alg till I finished the T-Perm and it didnt end the way the Y perm was supposed to(obviously). So I guess my questions are is this natural? and How do you keep yourself from not doing the wrongs algs?
It happens to a lot of people (at least it happened to me). What I found helped was to not learn any new algs until I could easily distinguish between the ones I've already learned. If you find yourself mixing up algs often, whenever you come across a case that you know, take a few extra seconds to really think about which alg you should be using.
 
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